What kind of amenities do you look for when you travel? If you ask me, I need a clean and quiet room. No bugs. Close to the water and restaurants. That's pretty much it. Now, if I'm in Las Vegas or the Bahamas, that's a whole other set of priorities and expectations except for the a fore mentioned amenities, but on a more luxurious scale. We were interested in getting away to change our scene as close as possible with the least amount of stress involved. This was perfect.
The rooms at this little place have efficiency kitchens, OK; they're clean, OK; they face the beach, big OK; air-conditioned, OK; a short drive to a cool town for dining, OK. Downside-the refrigerator went on and off all night, the road out front was noisy with traffic all night, an illuminated EXIT sign inside the room (code) was lit up all night, the air-conditioner was either too cold, or when turned off the room was too hot. OK OK OK.