Yes, it is a House, but a terrible one. If we had a tent right on a beach it would have been way much better. Our plan was to stay three nights here, but after we saw the room and spent one night we decided cu go back to Santa Cruz Island. We received a room upstairs, the one on the right and the feeling I got when I entered was that I have to live in a very big coffin. Everything was poor and looked dirty. Every single piece of metal (door knobs for ex.) was rusty. The bathroom looked very dirty, we were afraid to take a shower but we had no choice. I really can't describe how bad looked everything but it was the worst experience in my life. During the night you could hear the ocean on one side, which was very nice, and a very annoying sound from plumbing installation on the other side. Every time when someone from the hotel flushed the toilet was like a storm for plumbing installation. In the morning, after just three hour sleep, we decided to go to breakfast, but after we saw how dirty the kitchen looked we went someplace else to eat, even the breakfast was already paid. We asked the other guests how the liked the hotel and every single one, after a short hesitation, admitted that they didn't expected to be like that. After one night we went out to search for another hotel and we found Volcano Hotel cross the street which was a little bit better. To be honest the only good hotel on this Island seemed to be Iguana Crossing but they didn't have anymore rooms available for us.
This hotel/house does't need to be refurbished. It needs to be demolished and rebuilt from scratch.
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