We stayed in 601 - the top floor (at least via elevator) in their largest room with a balcony facing the ocean (although with all the hotels in between, you see a sliver of ocean). Having said that, given we were higher up, we were able to keep our window and balcony door open all day with a lovely cross breeze, and no mosquitoes. The room was very spacious - even with a king bed and a single bed with two nightstands, there was room for a few desks (I think 3 to be exact), a large TV and closet.
There is a large bathtub in the bathroom (also very big bathroom), and fairly modern sink and toilet. The water pressure was not great, but at least the water was hot.
Fridge and a/c worked fine, although the a/c could be noisy at times. TV worked fine with CNN and a few English language movie channels, and wifi could be weak and slow at times, but worked throughout our stay. Staff were very very friendly.
Location can't be beat: you've got a few stories just steps away from the hotel doors to buy snacks and drinks, a pho and bun (noodle soup) place across the street to the left from the front doors for meals at 1.5 USD, another local joint on the corner to the right for meals around 2 dollars each with rice, meat, veggie and a soup, two spas immediately to the right of the hotel entrance, not to mention some really great restaurants (Lanterns, the Local, The Watering Hole, Booze Cruise) less than a block to two blocks away. And the beach? 5 minute walk.
If you book directly with the hotel, the price for the room we had was $25 USD. There are cheaper rooms in the hotel, but we thought this was fantastic value for the price. We felt like we had our own apartment for a few days and actually spent a lot of time just lounging around in our room since it was so comfortable.
Only downside can be the street noise if you are a light sleeper, but it generally dies down at 11:00pm and starts up again around 7:00am.