My first impression, especially after the long flight, was far from good. Old furniture and the double sofa in the living room could not be folded due to a heavy double mattress on top of it. It was covered by a white sheet, nothing on top. The seat cussions were in the wardrobe.
Five minutes after I checked in a guy came to count kitchen utensils. I signed a form where each spoon etc. was priced. An old metal coffee pot, all black inside from constant use, was called "a coffee maker" and was priced at $50 in case I decided to take it with me.
There are two TV sets in the apartment, but you get only one remote – for the TV in the bedroom. The one in the living room can be watch while lying on the forever unfolded sofa and you have to get up to change the channels.
The water from the tap is the colour of rust. To provide air conditioning for each separate building there are ventilators outside blowing out the hot air, I suppose, and they were just next to the window of my bedroom. They are almost the size of the one in Blade Runner (remember?) and make incredible noise day and night.
So much for the unpleasant details. The resort has excellent facilities and customer service, which more than compensate for the inconveniences.
They provide complimentary 2 liters of drinking water per apartment per day. They provide soap, shampoo, and hair conditioner. They would give you a call and ask when they could come and clean the room. Anyway, there is much more to the resort than accommodation!