Shabby room, way overpriced
The dirty welcome mat in the lobby and worn-down carpet in the hallway is an indicator of what to expect inside. Rooms are very outdated with old wallpaper and popcorn ceilings. Way overpriced for what you get, it feels more like an $80 motel room painted white for the "yacht club" feel. (For $240, shouldn't the room be at least as nice as your home?) On the plus side, the bed is clean and comfy - nowadays not getting bedbugs is a small victory so at least they have that going. There's no literature in the room to sell the resort's restaurants and bar, or attractions in the area - but someone did wake up my wife and myself (on our anniversary) at 11pm to drop hotel flyers underneath our door, and managed to make a lot of noise and wake us up in the process. The walls are very thin. Avoid the Lighthouse Grill Restaurant. The menu is good, prices are very expensive, and the service is completely awful. ALL of the food arrived lukewarm and it just took FOREVER to get. Waited about a half-hour for a Scotch and I couldn't get another if I wanted to. The bar only stocked Johnny Walker, albeit in different varieties, and Glennfidisch. (Really, only two brands of Scotch?) The dining area was drafty and my wife's legs were completely freezing! In short, avoid this "resort" altogether, go to some other tourist trap instead.
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