Nice hotel close to the beach
The hotel (outside and room) looks a little dated, but it's clean, dusted, and had no cracks on the wall, no unpleasantness in the shower, and no broken things. Looking at it, it's not the most modern place you could stay in, but there's pride in how it's taken care of.
The first receptionist I met, Binaya, was friendly and helpful. The second - I forgot her name - was outgoing and enthusiastic, but borderline rude to the customer ahead of me. Their system messed up her reservation and charged her more, and the receptionist took a hands-off, not-my-fault, call-your-booking-website approach.
Checking out was very easy, I just handed back my room card keys. Parking was easy, too. They had an underground parking and side parking. I parked on the side since my room was on the first floor. If other guests were loud, I did hear them. But nobody was loud and rude especially late at night or early morning. In the morning, there was a power outage (city's outage, nothing the hotel could do about it). A man call the front desk and let them know the power's out. Heard his words very clearly.
Instead of an A/C unit, there was an electric tower fan. I was taken aback at first, but I went in the summer and it was chilly since we're right at the coast. So the fan was enough to keep cool. The fog rolled in the morning. I grabbed some items from the continental breakfast and ate it across the street watching the waters. I just loved that. What a calming start to the day.