It seems like the issue here is partly with Travelocity description, mostly with the hotel. According to Travelocity we booked a "mobile home" that had two bedrooms, 2 Queens and a pull out sofa and kitchen. The image from Travelocity was one of the camping cabins with a loft. According the the campground, we booked a tow behind travel trailer.
Yes, it had a kitchen which was adequate for our needs. The biggest issue was the bedding arrangement. These were not queens, and I'm not even sure they were a full full size bed. On top of that, they weren't mattresses, they were travel trailer foam pads. Add to that that the trailer wasn't quite level and the head of the bed was lower than the foot so we had to sleep backwards. No real big issue...except at 6' either my feet hit the headboard, or my head was only half on the mattress. Even when you look at the website for Crystal Isles, the trailer we now know we book indicates 2 queens.
The bathroom was a typical travel trailer bathroom on 1/2 scale. Pump toilet, 2x2 shower. Again, adequate but it didn't match the description.
The "large deck" was about 4x4 at the base of the stairs, certainly not a deck worth including in a description. The cabins had a deck, not the trailer. The campground took too much of the previous information and tried to apply it to this unit and it just isn't accurate.
So why stay? We had plans in the area and no other options. Not horrible, just inaccurate.