The room is very small and dingy, it looks like no one has taken any amount of care of it since the turn of the century. There were multiple unidentifiable stains on the sheets, visible handprints on the bathroom walls, and the loudest air conditioner money can buy sitting in the wall not 4 feet from the bed. Carelessly stacked old appliances make the place meet the bare minimum for what a hotel room can be. The mattress was very noisy and firm but honestly probably better than a pullout couch for whatever that's worth. The listing said it came with parking, apparently what that meant is there were many street parking spots on the road immediately in front of the place. I did not see any rodents or vermin like I've seen in previous reviews, nor did the trumpeting owner bother us too much. Lastly, speaking of the owner, it was quite obvious how little effort he puts in to this place and
how much of a cash grab this place is with the "environmentally conscientious" paraphernalia in the room, reminding you to turn off the lights and appliances and avoid requesting new towels. I met a new low visiting this place, and it is clear that this establishment would have no business if it were not for the prime location near the beach.