Every evening the sun beds are moved from the beach out front and in their place the comfy chairs were moved out as well as tables and chairs for eating. We didn't try the food so can't comment on the quality or value, but the internet was US$1.25 an hour - everywhere else on the beach and downtown it was only US$1 and hour. 25 cents is not much in monetary terms, but when you look at it in percentage terms, 25% is a fair markup on what everyone else is charging.
There were problems with the power - it went out twice in the three nights we stayed, each time for about an hour. There was a generator but it only powered lights in the garden/bar/eating area. Power outages seem to be a regular problem in Sihanoukville, if not in all of Cambodia.
Another downside were the staff, who weren't particularly friendly or helpful - we were left to our own devices most of the time, had to be quite insistent when we wanted something, and it took me a good 10 minutes of negotiating to get a candle when the power went out at 9.30 one night.
There are innumerable restaurants and cafe's stretching for about a kilometer along the beach front. All had the same mama-san chairs - really comfortable but a killer on my back if I sat in them for too long. All of the eateries had one or two tables inside but most dining was done on the beach. The hawkers and beggars could make it a bit hard unless you learn to ignore them. Every place we tried had fantastic food - mostly western, mostly English (even saw 'chip shop curry sauce'). They were all priced about the same (peanuts) and they all had very long happy hours which made the ridiculously cheap beer even cheaper.
There were a couple of shacks selling essentials like water, crisps and toiletries along the beach front, but no real shops - it was a good couple of kilometers to get to the nearest pharmacy or mini mart which was downtown, but most things you needed could be bought at the shacks, and there were plenty of internet cafes, travel agents and book exchange places which is all you need to chill.
To get downtown took about 45 minutes - up then down a bit of a hill, but paved all the way and enough motorbikes carrying the most ridiculous items to keep you amused while you walked.
Even though it was overpriced, we will come back here again - the view and ambience of the place go a long way to help you relax.