At first glance it was a unique hotel with a cool retro vibe, but that's where the good ends. The staff are nice, but the job done is terrible at best. It seems clean at first glance, but it's disgusting at best. The pool deck has more dirt and grime than an outdoor pool and there are many toe stubbing opportunities in the pool. There is a chair lift for the disabled, but it is in horrible condition. My two strong sons in their 20's struggled to get it to the edge and then found that it didn't actually lower you into the pool, just deck level... What a joke. The fitness area seemed ok, but there's no locker space or shower. The room was small and the inside door widths won't even accommodate a standard size wheelchair so it was several transfers from chair to box to floor to box to toilet, just to pee or take a shower. Of course while on the floor, the underside of everything was very dirty. For a family of 4 we had three shower towels, one rag and one hand towel. Ridiculous! Tried to get more, but they had run out! So, we expected more the next day, but the rooms weren't cleaned and no fresh towels were brought. And they were still out of towels, so we used the sandy ones and shared from the day before. The room wasn't cleaned when we came back again the third day, but at least we were able to get a couple of towels! In the end we stayed three nights and the room was never cleaned and we had trash falling out of the itty bitty cans and were completely disappointed.