This is a good hotel that is up to contemporary standards (large flat screen tv, spacious room, nice outdoor pool, etc). It is about 3 miles down from the Atlantic Beach causeway and is pretty quiet. Very difficult to see the hotel sign however, any time the sun is setting. It is across the street from the beach, but a public access boardwalk is right across the street. The included breakfast was nice and the staff friendly. Room was kept fairly clean (tho I could tell the floor around the toilet had not been mopped - eeww.). My one main complaint was that the room I was given sat next to a small roof holding satellite dishes and a very bright floodlight pointed directly at the room window. The light seeped through the blackout curtain at night and was very annoying - especially if you'd like to sleep with ambient light from outside and be able to enjoy a sunrise or sunset from your room window. I asked for a room change but was told nothing was available. All the floodlight does is to spotlight part of the front wall of the hotel along a stretch of road that has almost no traffic at night. So, I must question why Hampton Inns would choose to spotlight their hotel for no reason over the comfort of its guests? BTW, the room was 222, so 322 and 422 are probably equally affected.