Roughly $400 (excluding $10 for parking, demanded by a surly gate attendant) for an "Ocean View" that amounted to a tiny balcony where no more than two might sit and peer at a slice of sea. An adequate but indifferently furnished room. A glitzy but rather uninspired public space. This is the kind of "luxury" hotel experience that one suffers once at this price and not again. Lesson learned. I continue to be amazed at what the upper middle class American taveller willingly accepts as premium accommodations.