Overpriced for what you get
I've stayed in everything from Roach motels to five star luxury hotels on three continents, so I'm no stranger to hotels. Usually you get what you pay for. Not here. I'm not sure why I paid several hundred dollars in the first week of March for this room. The beach was nice, the room was clean, the view (after the desk clerk hit me up for a $30 upgrade to get a balcony) was nice, but I've had nicer, cleaner rooms with a view and a balcony on even nicer beaches not far from this one for less than half the price during peak season. We got into our room after a long day outdoors, took a shower, and of course wanted to find something to eat. Good thing I had a smartphone handy, because there isn't a scrap of literature or guide of any kind to local eateries, drinks, activities, what have you, which is a shame because there are two great restaurants within a block. Forget the tiki bar downstairs, it closes early and has very limited offerings for food or drinks. One of the numerous rules posted throughout the hotel says no alcohol at the pool, which is right next to the tiki bar. Really, for this much money I can't drink my fruity cocktail in the hot tub? Oh well, the heated pool and hot tub with waterfall were nice. We got up the next morning and headed downstairs to see what the breakfast offerings were. No dice. You can pay over ten dollars in the "bistro" for the kind of breakfast competing hotels offer for free, or go to a great local eatery instead. Too much for too little.