The main area of the unit was a large rectangle, so you could see straight through from the kitchen, dining area, living room, and finally, the screened-in balcony. The kitchen was roomy and included an island for extra counter space. Near the entrance, there was a small closet containing a washer/dryer unit.
Since our unit was on the end of the building, we had a window in the dining area. Units in the center of the building had a large mirror on this wall.
The living area had a sleep sofa, two rather uncomfortable chairs, and a large TV. The sliding doors to the porch could be pushed completely back to allow the wonderful ocean breezes to cool the rooms.
Bedroom #2 had twin beds but no TV. The bathroom was standard, but extremely clean.
The master bedroom had a king bed, TV armoire, six-drawer dresser, ceiling fan, and access to the screened porch. The bathroom was roomy and had a standard-size tub, but with jets.
The colors and patterns in the condo gave a tropical feel. Everything seemed new and well-cared-for.
One warning... don't wait till check-out time to try to get an elevator or luggage cart. Load your car the night before or during the night. I've never seen such a mad house. We waited 30 minutes for an elevator.
The resort had a great organized activity program for children. The pool was crystal-clear. Gas grills were in the courtyard, as was a small lunch grill/snack bar with daily specials. One negative was that the beach chairs and umbrellas were VERY expensive. Two chairs, one umbrella, one week - $90.
I don't believe this operation was owned by the resort, though.
We would go back in a heartbeat ANYTIME. This resort deserves the Gold Crown (plus some!).
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