The breakfast buffet was $15 per person. We ate here most mornings. It was very good and we weren't hungry until dinnertime, so it was a good value. A chef makes omelets in front of you and a chef on the other side makes French toast, pancakes, quesadillas, and waffles. There was a long line the first day for all these dishes, but it was better later on in the week. This is where the timeshare salespeople bring their customers. They have side dishes with entrees also. The fruit was so delicious!
The supervisor of the waiters (Abelardo) was so kind to my parents. He waited on them personally, carried their food from the buffet, brought them anything they wanted, and the tip is already added to ...Read More