Don’t pay attention to the not so nice reviews. This place was wonderful, staff was welcoming, grounds well kept and the beach was pretty. Keep in mind this whole island is still recovering from the hurricane but bringing business to this wonderful place is building back their economy and the locals are so appreciative of it. Is this a picture perfect resort no, but it has amazing charm. Is it what you would expect from a massive all inclusive in Mexico no, but this place is all it’s own. It’s smaller but quaint, food for dinner at Oregano was great (try the snapper with a side of rice and beans!) If you don’t want to stay on the resort for every meal, this is within a larger development with some really great food options around. I would recommend the Pescadaria for fish tacos, the cute Italian place for fish or pasta, or CBar for a quick bite and a refreshing Mojito. All around we had a amazingly relaxing stay and would absolutely come back! I would recommend renting a car so that you can zip around the area or else a lot of other people rented golf carts. We took the ferry from Ceiba to Culebra Island one day and spent our time at Flamenco Beach (rated one of the best beaches in the world and it did not disappoint!) The El Yunqe Rainforest was about a 45 min drive and completely worth spending the day hiking around waterfalls and lookout towers. The location of this place can’t be beat and honestly if you go in without prejudging, you will have an amazing time!