I apologize in advance for the non-perfect pictures (i.e. jeans on the floor of the bathroom and suitcases in the bedroom.) I’m only human! Without further ado, below is my resort review!
Resort Cost & Tips
I paid around $600 to stay here for five days. The resort is made up of six five-floor buildings. If you don’t feel like a long stroll to the pool I would recommend calling ahead and asking for buildings closer to the main pool. There is a smaller pool near buildings E and F so it’s not a huge deal. We were placed in building F.
The resort also has a bar by the pool and cafe that serves breakfast. It has room service as well. You’re basically renting an apartment for a week. My two-bedroom suite came with a balcony, a washer and dryer, two bathrooms (one with a large jacuzzi tub), a king bed in the master, two full beds in the second bedroom, and a full kitchen equipped with a toaster, microwave, stove, oven, dish disposal, and dishwasher. The kitchen also comes with cutlery, mugs, glasses, plates, bowls, Tupperware, pots, pans, and cooking utensils. The room even comes with a blender. The only bad things about the place were:
- No comforter. I realize it’s Florida but you do have AC in the room so I really missed my comforter.
- Low water pressure. They do have a lot of water going to a lot of different places so I can understand this as well. But still a bummer!
Resort Review Check-In
Check-in was supposed to start at 4 pm. But we got there around 1 pm and I asked if we could just use the pool while we waited for our room to be ready. But the customer service/front desk worker got us right into our room! We went and got settled, changed, and used the pool. I was so impressed with how quick and nice they were. Everyone there was incredibly happy and helpful.
Resort Review Check-Out
Their checkout is at 11 am which is normal. They aren’t as lax about this time as they were about check-in time which is completely fine. Check out was easy as well. I turned my key cards in and had her email me my receipt.