The property is cute, but it is not ideal for a business traveler. The building I stayed in is an old converted house. The walls are paper thin and much is in need of repair. The surface of my bathtub was completely flaking off and the faucets leaked. There's a club across the street that is open until at least 3 am and can be heard clear as day from the rooms along the road. The parking fee was an unexpected additional expense. The property itself is nice, with a Key West vibe and lush vegetation. The onsite tiki bar is nice, but also contributes to noise. Staff is friendly, and the free espresso upon checkout was a nice treat. Overall, this hotel is definitely more suitable for young travelers looking for a hostel-like experience.