Our room had a major moth problem. We killed a total of 11 moths (large ones) in our room at night, both nights we stayed, which was incredibly annoying. They came out one at a time and my husband would jump on a chair to kill it. Then another one would pop out. The kids were asleep so there was no point in telling the front desk at the time. The elevator sucks. Very slow, old, and small. We stayed on the 8th floor and my husband carried all of the luggage by hand using the stairs because the elevator wouldn't come. He was pretty upset to say the least. The carpet had major stains and so did the throw pillows. Yuck. There happened to be a group of teenagers on a chaperoned trip that was left to venture off by themselves around the hotel without supervision. They were pretty bad, throwing things off of the balcony in the lobby, staying up late and being incredibly loud. This was by no fault of the hotel, but it did dampen our impression. The walls were paper thin and we could hear people in their rooms when walking through the hall. There was a lot of people in the room adjacent to us that had a "loud gathering" on their balcony. We could hear all of the conversations and the loud cackling of the guests until 1:30 am when I had to call the front desk to ask them nicely to move the party into their room and not on the balcony. The parking garage is also very small so you may not find parking if it is a weekend. We had to circle around a few times until we found a car leaving.
For the most part, this place was okay. The location was great and it had beachfront access which was nice. It had a fridge, microwave, and countertop which was helpful. It was sort of clean for an old property and you could tell they tried. We also had a great view of the beach from our balcony. It had a nice, large, flat screen TV with satellite cable.