The hotel should be called a youth hostel for it´s strcuture. When we arrived it wasn´t even finished yet and several works were still happening. The room was very poor and dirty, old wall air conditioning, the toilet is very old low quality material. When we complained on the reception the manager was very nice and offered us an upgrade. The room was bigger but still very simple, the bathroom was just as bad as the other one and all the works going on on the hotel made it hard to sleep after 9am. Not to mention the doors being knocked very loudly 24/7. It would be fine if it was a cheap hotel or hostel, but charging 220 dolars in South America for this is too expensive. The only positive aspect is the location very central if you want to be close to downtown and the sea.