This is a great place to stay. Great location and an affordable price. The rooms have everything you need. We loved it so much last year that we returned this year. The only negative is that there is only stair access to the rooms.
This resort is absolutely beautiful and the rooms are very large and have great views.
The staff was wonderful! We checked out at 7:30am and went on a snorkeling tour until 12:30pm and then had to drive to Ft. Lauderdale to catch our flight. The staff allowed us to come back to the resort after snorkeling and use their shower to clean up before having to drive to the airport. It was ...
The back balcony is a real plus. It gives the property a very nice feel despite some worn furnishings.
Location is perfect, rooms are clean and spacious. Morning coffee is great. Water pressure in shower is about a 2 out of 10.
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