The room we were given at Fort Recovery Beachfront Suites was decrepit and in no way resembled the photos shown on Expedia. The beach chairs outside the room were rusty and broken. There were red-brown stains all over the bathroom ceiling along with bug carcasses. The room was supposed to have a TV but there was only a cable wire in the buildout where the TV should have been. A sofa that looked like it was from the 1970s was the only thing to sit on in the living area. The air conditioner was from the 70s and cooled only the bedroom area while leaving the kitchen and living area hot, and it had a noise like a lawn mower. There was broken glass all over the beach outside our room. The room didn’t even have a telephone. Where a window should have been were only a screen and wood slats so some of the air conditioning was literally going right out the window. We did not feel entirely safe there as there appeared to be only one other couple occupying the hotel and they were leaving the next day. The whole place had an abandoned look and feel about it. The hotel had told us that it had a bar—what they have is a refrigerator with beer in it. No bar, no barstools, no bartender, no liquor, no cocktails—not what people reasonably expect from a beach hotel in the Caribbean. They had the nerve to tell us that our room was an upgrade, which means they have even worse rooms than ours. Expedia should not be cooperating with this business—it is a clip joint, straight up. Don’t go there.