Yikes. We showed up here for our reservation, and after standing around for several minutes, we were finally greeted by a hotel staff member, who informed us that we could either have a room with double beds now or wait an hour for the queen bed we had booked. Given that we were tired and hot, we decided to just take the room available. We were walked across the property, past a tiny pool with a cast of skeevy characters gathered around it, to a ramshackle hut that was technically on the beach. We stepped inside and honestly had to laugh - it's no more than a shack, with 2 small, uncomfortable beds inside, a shelf, and a safe that looked as if it could be picked up and walked away with. The "bathroom" was no more than a hot cement room with a toilet in one corner and a shower head over a drain in the other. We stayed just long enough to log on our phones and find accommodation elsewhere. When we went to check out, about 30 minutes after arriving, the front desk woman didn't seem at all surprised, so I get the feeling this has happened before.
In short - if you're a young backpacker looking for an extremely budget-friendly option for one night, I guess this would suffice (though there are probably hostels nearby with equal rates and nicer accommodations). If you're anyone else...skip it.