Called and was quoted a price of $79 for a two-bed room. Arrived and we were shown a windowless prison cell with 2 cots. They told us could upgrade to a 2 queen suite for an additional $56. Since my buddy recently had a titanium rod placed in his leg and we had lugged all of our luggage in, we reluctantly agreed. In the 5 minutes it took to show us the prison cells, two prostitutes had miraculously appeared and sat on a bench next to the reception desk. We were propositioned and declined. We were then shown the "suite" and were told it wouldn't be ready for a while because they had to put in the second queen bed. 1 hour later our "suite' was ready, with the second queen bed placed right in the kitchen. The hotel had 6 rooms, maybe less, occupied. There were 4 cars in the lot, and two may have been employees' cars. Monday was advertised as 70's Disco night, but obviously there were no guests to participate. "Stayin Alive" by gouging customers was the only disco going on. Next morning we went down for breakfast, and it was nice. Upon checkout, they informed us breakfast was not included and was an additional $40. I have stayed in 20 hotels in Costa Rica, from family run to the Wyndam, and breakfast is always included. I had dinner at the #1 rated Falls Restaurant in Manuel Antonio, and the bill was less than $40. The only saving grace to this disgrace was its location. Beachfront and secluded, right off the main strip.