Freeport|2.56km from downtownThis place is not to be considered as a Hotel but more like a Motel. The room Pictures on the internet must be 20 years old. The rooms are the same but nothing has been replaced. This place is outdated and can stand for some serious room renovations We were there just before Hurricane Dorian hit so I do not know the status of the place now. While there, the bed was OK but I did not understand why the blanket was being used as a cover sheet with the linen sheet on top. I had to flip the blanket and linen sheet to make the bed the way normal people are accustomed. After questioning this method at the front desk we were told " that is they way they were trained to make beds" We quickly got tired remaking the bed and tipped the maid to make the bed properly. The rooms were cleaned daily but the bathrooms are worn and need serious updating. There is a small kitchenette which is useful to have. TV reception could be better, air conditioner is noisy and so is the bathroom vent fan. There is no WiFi. The room phone did not work and there are no clocks in the rooms. I guess management feels like " You have a cell phone, so use that " But the electrical outlets are so old that you have to judge which one's are safe to use. In reading other reviews I noticed the Hotel said they were in the process of renovating back in January 2018, well they have not reached the second floor yet and it is August 2019. There are no elevators so if you need first floor accommodations it's best to ask in advance of your stay. There is a laundry room available for use and a small convenience store in the lobby. This place has access to a very nice beach which has beach chairs, beautiful pool and restaurant but you have to walk a short distance to get to them. They will try to charge you for beach towels so bring your own. There is a lovely Marina which is in the back and there is a Ferry that will shuttle you to Port Lucaya every hour on the hour until 11 pm. While there you can shop and walk around until you decide to return. If you can get to the grocery store called Solomon's you can pick up some food and snacks to get by while you stay here. Prices are expensive on the Island, they are trying to recuperate from the many hurricanes and decline in tourism. If this place can take a leap of faith and listen to what the previous reviewers have said it would be a better place to stay and considered a Hotel again.