The building is terrific. Well maintained 1970's style. Modest, not too fancy. Good gym which is important to us as we are late fifties and like to do weights every day. (Happy Body™ program!)
The restaurant is possibly one of the most pleasant and picturesque ocean-side settings you will find anywhere. Just gorgeous. The food is bland but they will willingly spice / flavor it up if you ask specifically and give them some suggestions. (They are used to a midwest crowed from U.S. and Canada so not surprising.) Staff is a lot of fun, not cynical, and pour really good drinks.
Pool is beautiful, clean and nice.
Walking opportunities are disappointing if you are a walker. Busy road and lots of loud traffic. Stay alert to stay alive while walking on that road. Busses rule.
Bus to PV is really easy and cheap once you get it down.
Ocean swimming is good once you punch through the semi-intimidating waves. Very steep beach. The beach on the right (east), particularly on weekends, is a lot of local Mexican people with kids, dogs etc. so a lot more fun and interesting---feels like real Mexico--than the one on the left (south) which is 100% tourists.
This room---808---is comfortable but shabby. Walls look like a college dorm at the end of the school year; dingy, marked up etc. Grimy along the walls where they meet the floor, bed sheets are worn out, maybe 20 years old or so. You will indeed get a shock every time you cook on the hot plate. It is downright dangerous and ought to go in the dumpster. But, sitting on the deck in the dark with a tequila makes it all worth it. Amazing views. We learned from many condo owners during our eight days there that other rooms in the building go for about roughly same price ($80 USD plus per night) but are much upgraded and spiffed up. Spend some time on air b and b and find one you like. Can't beat the building though. It all works great. Have fun.