Passed by here for a night in May and stayed on the recommendation of a friend.
A charismatic late 19th century wooden style repro building, replacing the original which burned down. 65 bedrooms, half facing the sea (the marina, in reality) and half inland. The hotel is not grand, but feels unusually "homey" as soon as you walk in. The welcome here, while not effusive, was not synthetic either.
Large, 300 feet plus. Mine had two queen beds, a good desk, and was light and airy. The windows open. Free wireless internet.
Very comfy, not too soft but still welcoming. Sheets let it down - poly cotton - but at $100 a night I guess that's to be expected. They werent bad, just not prime.
Pretty standard. Overbath shower, good lighting, clean.
None (on the sea side of the hotel. You might get a bit of traffic on the land side). A very good night's sleep. The sea side of the hotel has a set of wooden decks going down to the marina, and in holiday season you might get a lot of late night revellers chatting loudly out here. I had some, but they stopped reasonably early.
The combination of atmosphere, space, peace and niceness made this an unusually happy find for me.. A strong recommend. And at $100 a night, good value too.
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