This is a family-operated hotel, and it’s pretty no-frills. No room safes, but you can use the front desk’s. They have made upgrades, and it was in the best shape we’ve ever seen it for this edition. Upgrades include some new showers, some new bedding, some new floors and some new furniture, but it’s still a pretty basic place to stay. Many ceilings either have cloud- or ocean-themed murals, which is good, because you can’t see the actual ocean from here. (It’s a pretty long walk.) This hotel doesn’t feel the most secure to us, but they have installed security cameras on the property. Not all rooms have phones. Their resort fee seems high to us considering there are no facilities here. Studios (315 sq. ft.) are $129–$300, 1/1s (350 sq. ft.) are $229–$400. Their online website rates usually have good discounts.