We booked this room several months ago through Travelocity using points and money. We requested, regretfully in hindsight, an "oceanview" room. We ended up on the third floor, room 321, overlooking a condo parking lot, though we could see the ocean, everybody in the condo could see straight into our room. Inquired at check in about the availability of an oceanfront room and our cheerful desk attendant said she had several available...for an additional $145 a night. On top of the almost $200 per night we had already paid we not so cheerfully declined. As we stayed mid-week, many of those rooms appeared vacant throughout our stay. Room was a little larger than you standard stateroom on cruise ship. 2 double beds we decent enough to sleep on, but the rest of the time advanced planning was necessary to move 2 adults around the room.
Room had a digital safe, 32' LG flat screen with an average picture and pretty good selection of channels. Our fridge seemed to keep our drinks pretty cool and the A/C kicked butt. Elevators seemed very slow so we walked up the steps. The remodel of the hotel was recent and average. Housekeeping was efficient and parking was plentiful. In summation, not a lot of room for a decent sum of cash. Summer at the beach and you do get what you pay for, just barely.