These are only old condos, not a resort
Posted Jul 15, 2016 on Hotels
Property has no handicap parking, no facilities for the blind and the bathroom door handle was not ADA-compliant, meaning that one of our family was trapped in the toilet because it was round and could not grasp the knob firmly enough. This is inexcusably pathetic when you consider that the law requiring things like lever handles on doors (Americans with Disabilities Act) went into effect in 1993!
Aside from the front desk (free coffee) and laundry service, there are no amenities. This 'resort' has no pool, no spa, no restaurant. Most places in town close at 8pm, so the only choice in walking distance is the Round House. They denied us service "until probably sometime after 10pm" because they were expecting a bus tour of indeterminate size, so serving us a bowl of soup was out of the question. We had to drive out of town to eat at 8pm. Thee was not even any kind of 'area guide' to suggest places to eat or things to do, which even cheap motels provide.
Bob's Silver Star Bar down the street is the only place to get a drink after dark, which is a few blocks further down the hill from the convenience store near the post office.
It is very quiet at night. The front desk staff are pleasant and the manager was kind enough to refund our stay after the male housekeeper (who did not provide enough towels, blankets, etc.) entered our room unannounced, startling the female guest.