- 拾取隐藏包裹会有相关的奖励武器，这些奖励武器会出现在海景旅馆二楼的走廊和套房中。这些武器包括护甲（10个包裹），一把电锯（20个包裹），左轮手枪（30个包裹），火焰喷射器（40个包裹），PSG-1红外激光瞄准狙击枪 （50个包裹）, 火神机枪（60个包裹）和火箭发射器（70个包裹）。
The hotel as a structure still exists in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories and is given a cosmetic refinement, as are with many Ocean Drive buildings in the game. However, the hotel exterior is painted green and yellow and it lacks its "Ocean View Hotel" signage. The hotel's full interior still exists in VCS, although trainers are required to see it. The interior is the same as it was in VC, only with lower textures. The items that appear after certain missions appear in Tommy's room (the telephone, hidden packages, the poster of Claude, the hockey mask from 'The Job', etc). Entering the interior will, however, cause the game to become glitchy and slower, as it wasn't intended to be entered at all. Even the two songs that played in the hotel from Radio Espantoso still play on the same loop from the original Vice City. The design of the hotel is partially influenced by The Clevelander Hotel in Miami. The in-game depiction simply widens the facade of the hotel, resulting in a hotel design that appears larger.
Items in Ocean Beach Hotel 编辑
In GTA Vice City, Tommy Vercetti's Ocean Beach suite will be filled with various memorabilia either available from the start or available after completion of a specific mission:
- Claude, the protagonist of Grand Theft Auto III, appears on a pop-art poster in the room.
- On the coffee table there are magazines with game art of Lance Vance and Ricardo Diaz.
- Upon completion of "The Party", a suit bag will be hanged in front of the dresser.
- Upon completion of "Rub Out", a broken hidden package will appear on the bar counter, revealing the package contains an unknown white powder (possibly cocaine).
- Upon completion of "The Shootist", a trophy will appear on top of the television.
- Upon completion of "The Job", a hockey mask will appear on the coffee table.
- Upon completion of "Hit the Courier", a bag full of money appears on the bed.
- Upon completion of "G-Spotlight", two posters for Candy Suxxx's "movies" will appear on both sides of the Claude poster, and several of the pictures taken from Martha's Mug Shot will appear.
- Upon completion of Phil's mission "Boomshine Saigon", three barrels of boomshine will appear in a corner of the room, behind the bar.
OceanViewHotel-GTAVC-Boomshine.jpg|Three barrels of Boomshine after "Boomshine Saigon". OceanViewHotel-GTAVC-posters.jpg|The GTA III Claude and Candy Suxxx posters; the latter are acquired after "G-Spotlight". OceanViewHotel-GTAVC-coffetable.jpg|The coffee table's magazines, as well as the hockey mask acquired after "The Job". OceanViewHotel-GTAVC-robberytakings.jpg|Money on the bed following "Hit the Courier". OceanViewHotel-GTAVC-shootingtrophy.jpg|The trophy following "The Shootist". OceanViewHotel-GTAVC-brokenhiddenpackage.jpg|A broken hidden package after "Rub Out".
During Grand Theft Auto: Vice City the followings songs can be heard playing inside the hotel:
- Unaesta - "La Vida es Una Lenteja" (featured on Radio Espantoso)
- Tres Apenas Como Eso - "Yo Te Miré" (featured on Radio Espantoso)
No vehicles can be saved here, but an Oceanic with a yellow-white paintjob constantly spawns parked outside the hotel.
- During the introduction cutscenes of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, the Marco's Bistro scene is actually located within the hotel, but it is normally hidden from view. The room can be accessed through a glitch, though it is not solid.
- In Grand Theft Auto IV, on a golf course located in Firefly Island, one of the holes has a scaled-down model of the Ocean View Hotel.
- In the beta, the Ocean View Hotel was originally called the Clevelander, implying that the hotel is based on the Miami hotel.
- The window in Tommy's suite allows bullets to pass through it, so the player can snipe pedestrians while aiming towards the street.
- The hotel suite and the Vercetti Estate are the only safehouses to feature rewards from Side Missions or missions.
- A magazine on the coffee table entitled "Crime" (which features Ricardo Diaz's face on the front cover) may be a parody of Time Magazine because the magazine's masthead uses the almost similar font used in Time Magazine and features a "Man of the Year".