This hotel is one of the worst in which I have stayed in a long time. The entire facility is extremely run down and dirty. The room furniture is dorm-room quality/condition, and the bed featured a thin mattress and plastic covering and a bedspread that is straight out of the 80s. The restaurant was closed (in a tourist town on a holiday weekend), and several public bathrooms were out of order, as were half of the games in the "arcade". I would not have sat in that hot tub on a dare.
WiFi is only available in the lobby, not in the rooms, which don't feature any appliances like a refrigerator or a microwave, despite being nowhere near anyplace to buy food. The only bit of updating was a small flat screen tv. Frankly, I was a little surprised it came with cable stations.
The "beach" is small and quickly crowded. The water's edge is maybe forty yards in width.
In four days I didn't see any sign of a housekeeping staff anywhere. There were a lot of threats of additional charges for leaving the room in "excessive disarray," but I saw candy wrappers up on top of hallway lights that had been there long enough to support cobwebs.
If I had gotten this room at a serious bargain, I could have perhaps looked past the shabby condition and hall monitor atmosphere, but I paid the more per night ($220 on average) than I would have at a chain hotel that would have provided 21st century accommodations.
Unless you are desperate and this is the only option, do not waste your money.