Reading the other reviews, I now realize that some rooms are updated here and some aren't. Ours clearly wasn't.
We had a partial ocean view on the 2nd floor, and I don't think it's been updated since the 60's (except for maybe the carpet). The room smelled like my grandmother's attic. We needed to keep windows open for the first hour or two to air it out.
While we could see the ocean, the beach bar blocked part of our view.
The beds and bedding were ancient. I noticed a big stain at the bottom of one bed.
The bathroom was tiny, and oddly, had a bottle opener screwed into the wall. The water pressure in the shower was fantastic.
There wasn't an iron, but we asked for one and they didn't have a problem giving it to us.
There was a nice blackout curtain on the balcony window, but the main door (which had windows), faced east and blazing sun came in first thing in the morning.
The garbage truck paid a visit to the dumpsters outside our room at 7:30am on a Saturday...
The parking lot in the evening was packed and busy with people coming for the Ocean House restaurant. They must do nearly all valet too, since the valet guys were running everywhere and parking all over the place (on the grass, etc). It felt busy, crowded, and frantic. It seems odd that one of the best restaurants around would be connected to such a dated hotel.
The beach is nice, a little small, but was never overcrowded.
We got $5 coupons to cover breakfast at the cafe downstairs, but it's not enough to cover anything on the menu.
All in all, a weird place...
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