We were in Unit 8
We have travelled all over the world and the Gros Morne Suites are no doubt the worst place we have ever tried to get a night's sleep.
How is this possible? Well first of all these units are so poorly built that the concept of noise insulation / sound separation is a fleeting dream. Unit 8 is a lower unit. The people above us kept us awake 2 nights running just walking about in their unit at all hours of the night.
Were they partying? No
Were they dancing? No, but every time one of them walked across the floor, or rolled over in bed (I kid you not) which they never stopped doing, it was though they were teaching a herd of Moose to tap dance.
We didn't hear them talking, it is just that the construction quality is so poor that there is no sound insulation, but by some construction miracle the owners have managed to create sound amplification.
Of course, this lack of insulation translates into ice cold floors to walk on and the unit's inability to maintain a comfortable temperature
As I type this at 7:45 I am enjoying the constant hammering due to the building more of these units about 50 metres away.
Now the view of the ocean is lovely, as one looks seaward over the cemetery. Newfoundland is simply lovely and it was our fault that we picked this place 2 nights, but in the case of the Gros Morne Suites it is a case of "renter beware