Travelocity Verified Review
"This place is horrible and outrageously expensive for what you get. Mind you this place represents itself as a resort and charged over $350 a night. The room, 16, was not in this building stunningly advertized, but 300 yards east of the pictured. In fact it was a hideous swimming pool structure with the rooms directly above the swimming pool. The rooms were tiny, with no view from worthless deck and resembling more a dormitory.
Worse, it was extremely noisy as the rooms had a common sheetrock wall and you could hear every word and footstep of your neighbors. The bathroom was tiny with an undersized shower and a worthless small jaccuzi. In a statement of under-elligance, the jaccuzi was separated from the bed by 18" and a sliding barn door.
The bed had no boxspring so it was worthless to sit on since the furniture had to all come from Ikea and purchased with under a $200 budget. The table was 18" in diameter and 24" above the floor, the chairs sat on steel rods supporting an undersized and unpadded straw seat. The sofa's cushions had fallen into the frame and you would fall forward. That it for the furniture. The toilet was a 3'X4' airless, lightess room with a pathetic fan. .
A decent fridge but the door sat on the floor so you had to get on your knees to open it.
This is no resort but a misrepresentation of Travelocity and a ripoff. It is in a very crowded area. Don't even think of staying here.
A verified traveler stayed at Inn at Discovery Coast