"Nice place, minutes from the ocean"
I booked a smoking room online, for 2 nights. Upon arrival, I was told that none of the rooms were smoking rooms. If so, I'm not sure why it was advertised online. It wasn't a big issue- smoking outside was fine. WiFi was available, on a secure network, that I didn't realize until returning to the room late (both nights, not worth asking for by then). I did not remember to ask about the WiFi or if a password was required upon arrival, nor was I asked about it(must be the owner didn't think of it either- no big deal) The first morning, while my friend was outside smoking, talking to other guests, they stated that they had a smoking room, and had asked if we would like to switch rooms. Unfortunately, I didn't have time to ask the owner about this, since I learned about it after we left that morning, arrived back very late, and left early the next morning. When returning the keys, I saw no key drop, and the office door was locked, so I had to ring an outside bell. He came, opened the door just enough to get the keys, politely thanked me, closed the door, and walked away. I am not the type of person to complain, and I am generally very easy going. I am not greatly concerned or upset over any of this, just curious as to if the room was falsely advertised, and if so, why. I suggest calling to verify before booking a smoking room, which I regret not doing.
Traveller from Upstate NY