The hotels along the malecón tend to cater to business travelers and locals, but this one is close enough to the downtown area to make it interesting, and the outdoor pool makes it a good option for families. The hotel has been around for about 30 years, and even though it was recently remodeled, it still shows its age with popcorn ceilings, cheap tile floors, and floral bedding. Hallways are a little dark, and the room decor is on the drab side, though color palette
does vary from room to room. Note that there are wheelchair-accessible rooms on the first floor, and only 30 of the 146 rooms have ocean views. The executive suites on the third floor are just as bland as all the rooms and not worth the extra cost.