I would like to begin by refuting Joanne Boachi's review from the same night we arrived. We also arrived late after midnight on the ferry that had been delayed due to a storm. We called Argosy to secure a room and let them know our situation and they were very accommodating, sent our late arrival information as promised, and we had no issues checking in. I'm not sure whether the wires were crossed for this other customer but our process was seamless.
Parking was tight when we arrived so late, so we chose a spot somewhat near our room. Unfortunately another customer arrived just behind us, presumably from the same ferry. She came over and aggressively told us we were in "her spot" and that she had TWO cars. We explained that there were no designated spots and our confirmation email also stated this ("plenty of parking available but spot number not guaranteed"), and that there was no spot open near our room. She continued to argue with us and became quite aggressive and nasty about it. My husband offered to move our car for her as we weren't interested in a motel car park fight in the middle of the night, as we find that behavior a bit low class. She replied "YEAH, GOOD IDEA".
Anyway, after being told by this woman a few times to "shut up" and that I "obviously can't read", she got her "assigned" parking spot in the end, and presumably woke up a few sleeping patrons next door. To those innocent parties, I apologize. To the rude Karen, I say good on you for being the only rude Aussie I have met in 6 months here.
Anyhow, perhaps it would be useful for the motel to paint over the numbers on the car spaces to avoid a similar interaction in the future, for those who choose to ignore the information provided in the booking confirmation. It left a bad taste of an experience for an otherwise lovely motel.
The room was modern, well-equipped, and very comfortable. If you don't have to interact with any mean spirited and entitled customers then it will make a lovely stay!