Americans are not welcome here
Posted Feb 17, 2017
70% of all the guests are not english speaking, 25% are from canada and 5% are idiots like me from U.S. The hotel is not geared for international crowd, mostly locals from local states are staying there and they get better rooms. There is a new construction outside the southern side of the hotel, they are building something big in there 24 hours a day AND night, so if you want to get some sleep you won't there is a cement trucks in and out even at 2 a.m. If you are white you will be harassed to show the bracelet every time you enter or leaving the beach, one time a big security guard with his dirty hands was even twisting my arm out to see if it says great Parnassus on my wrist band. The hotel itself is ok, but experience itself was bad, the vacation just was ruined by noise of heavy machinery, cement trucks, cement /sand flying into the room, and I even had an ocean front suit. Some elevators don't work, and you have to wait about 5-10 min for the elevator and when they arrive there are 13+ people in there that are jammed like sardines and you try to fit in there and there is no air to breath and you just start to sweat. Also the check out is at 12, and your keys stop to work around 9-10a.m. so if you plan to get back into your room around 11 on the checkout date to get your stuff, you will have to wait 15+ min for the elevator to get down then 15+ to get back up, basically I would not recommend this place to any american, there is no relaxation there.