Digha has changed over the years. It has some changed from being a traveller's delight to a traveller's agony over the years. No matter what, people would continue to flock Digha during the weekends to run away from their busy city routines, and hotel owners have started taking this for granted. I along my family spent 2 nights at the Sea Bird hotel on 19 & 20 March. What looked like a hospitable and pleasant experience while checking in, soon turned into a lax and don't-care attitude from the hotel staff as soon as the deal was cracked. The manager in particularly lacks manner and especially don't know how to respect women. The only form of discussion they know is a heated argument. Plus their don't give a damn attitude is sure to put you off. The rooms are nice, the rates are not very reasonable, but with a management with that kind of an attitude atleast I am not going back again. Nor will I recommend any friends or relatives to have stay at Sea Bird.