This room was registered to two adults and one child. At the time of checkin, Friday early evening, the guest asked about his parents coming over the following day to have a cookout. It was explained at this time the following two policy items 1. Each room is allowed one vehicle included in the base rate. Additional vehicles for guest of guest are $10 per day and based on availability of parking. 2. Guests of guest are allowed to visit guests in or at their room sitting areas, but are not allowed to use the BBQ facilities, the Tiki Hut area, the swimming pool, or the pool area tables and lounge chairs. If they wish to use the resort amenities there is a $10 per day fee per person per day. The following morning around 10am two cars arrived and began unloading coolers, beach bags, etc into the guest room. As it was observable from the office and no one was coming into the office to register I went to speak to the guest. I was told they were only visiting and were not going to use the resort amenities. They paid $10 per vehicle to park. The visitors began to disagree with the policy of paying for parking and to a lesser extent to use the facilities as well, even though they said they were not going to use them. Parking and using our facility is a paid for service and privilege. As I was not going to have a “debate” over our policy with non-registered guests I decided not allow them to park on our property and told them they should go use the public beach parking. As they were “going to the beach” anyway, this should not have been a problem for them. I apologized, but arguing is not a service we wish to provide. The guest then came and asked to purchase a parking pass for his son’s vehicle who was also coming “to go to the beach”. As I had not met the son and had not had any “debates” with him I sold the parking pass. I would like to note that the original heads up the previous day at checkin was only about the parents visiting. This was now car number three. Later during the day at least ten additional guests were on the property, in the pool area occupying a patio table, lounge chairs, and the pool. The guests of guests that I denied parking privileges earlier and who had stated they were not here to use the pool or any resort amenities were in the pool area and pool. I approached the registered guest for the fourth time and reminded him that I explained earlier about our policies and to please not make me have to be put into the uncomfortable position to enforce them. I actually said, please don’t make me have to be mean. Now I found myself “debating” several people as to the merits of our resort policies. Most of whom were non paying guests of guest violating communicated policy. I asked how many people were using the pool area to allow me to charge for this service. The answer was “I don’t know, why don’t you go look.” These guests and guests of guest were one hour away from checkout, they had used the pool most of the day, they did not tell the truth about their motives as to being on the property in the first place, they forced me into the position to have to bring up the policy four times, then wanted to tell me how no other hotel has policies such as this, and on and on. I asked the guests of guests at this point to leave the property. Our additional vehicle parking and guest of guest policies are not unique; they are in fact liberal and less expensive than most facilities. I do not need to “debate” these policies. It is very stressful to staff to have to deal with guests and their unregistered guests in these circumstances, and not fair to our clerks to be put into these positions. As usual and with most “weaponized social media responses” the guests who want to argue after having been reminded about no glass in pool area, no children swimming unattended, yes you have to pay to park additional vehicles, and yes you have to pay for guests of guest to use the facilities, they (or many) threaten negative reviews as this party did and is doing. As there were over ten people involved in this with only two registered adults and one child, I fully expect to get more than the three registered guest reviews. We fully appreciate how hard you all work for your monies and only want that you get the most from your dollars spent on your beach getaway with us. We, as we are pretty sure most properties, do not want to charge you, but then allow other non paying guests to consume our limited facilities and deny you access in the process. If you plan on coming to our property and your plan includes inviting your extended family or group of friends to hang out and also use the facilities, you should call first, as on busy weekends we do not allow guests of guests as we are at capacity. If you think you can just tell us one thing and do the opposite and somehow you think we will not see, then you should know we are a small property and we will notice. We are not in business to be “the worst manager ever”, but we do politely try to explain and enforce policy and most certainly will not take grief from non-registered guests. We will, as these guest will attest, ask guests of guest to leave the property.