"Fantastic beach but sub-par facilities"
Let me give a shout out to Steve, who is by far their best employee. He goes far above and beyond & even helped me when I was far from the place & we ran into each other. Also, China is sweet, regulated, and comforting as a front desk person. Really loved them both.
The food, unfortunately is crazily overpriced and basic. I'm not a picky breakfast eater but their $20 full breakfast is a joke. Stator Brothers grocery chain boxed shelf items taste fresher. Slow service.
Rooms are cruddy - Motel 6 does better decor. Creepy giant scowling painting of a "blue" skinned lady looking down at you in your bed from a 3 by 6 foot painting with severe eyebrows. Wanted to cover it up but so big would have needed a Bedspread. (Not first to comment on this).
Beach is there (stayed in building 2) and LOVED their lawns, bushes, trees, etc.
Wooden stairs are very creaky, loose, and missing lots of lights at night (on the path to the beach).
You can walk into town . . . good exercise but being middle-aged, I did a lot of huffing and puffing gong up and down hills & i'm underweight.
The entire hotel (NOT a resort, won't use that word) is on a series of hills. It is taxing to trek about. If you remember zero lines from this impromptu review, please remember the mountain goat trekking. No one, not even the young, looked contented going, up, up, up, up, up, up, up every hill. Going down is so steep that I used the lawns to give me traction.
don't honeymoon here - I heard way more than I should hv.