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October 19, 2004
From journal The Colony- VA Beach
July 6, 2004
From journal Virginia Beach - something for everyone
Albany, New York
May 22, 2003
From journal Virginia Beach
Overland Park, Kansas
July 3, 2002
The living/dining room area and both bedrooms in our unit were quite spacious. The master bedroom had a king size bed while the other bedroom had 2 regular beds. The master bedroom had its own private bath while the second bedroom shared its bath with those staying and sleeping on the sofa sleeper in the living room.
The kitchen was nice with enough room for 2 people to operate quite nicely and 3 could manage. There was a washer and dryer, small size in one corner of the kitchen as well as a dishwasher and a trash compactor. Kitchen was adequately furnished for a timeshare and had both a regular stove with oven as well as a Microwave Oven. Something blew the first time we tried to use the Microwave Oven and of course it was after the staff had gone home for the night but we reported it the next morning and it was fixed promptly.
One drawback to the unit was the air conditioning. It simply could not keep up with the 80+ degree heat during the time we were there. It ran continually and while it helped a lot, it did not cool the room to our satisfaction.
There is an outdoor pool on the second level with a nice deck area and lots of lounges for those who want to sunbathe there rather than on the beach. Access from the pool into the building is also locked and each person is given an ID tag to wear on their wrist when at the pool so that people not staying at the resort cannot just walk in and use the pool and lounges.
Only mid week services provided were that towels were changed on Monday and Thursday and trash was taken out at the same time.
All the employees were very pleasant and helpful.
About half the parking was covered and if you were lucky enough to get a unit assigned one of the covered parking spaces your car stay much cooler (We know, we were one of the lucky ones).
They also provided a paper to each unit every day and their television included HBO.
From journal Virginia Beach Getaway