"Very nice one-bedroom hotel suite"
This hotel was exactly as it is described...we got the two queen beds suite. The bedroom has the beds, some furniture, and a closet (which is a bit awkward to open because of its close proximity to the bed). Then, there are double doors which lead to an open-space w/ a bathroom sink and mirror, which is attached to a closing-door tub/shower combination and toilet. This space also leads out to the living area which has some furniture and a pull-out sofa (which my daughter said was comfortable). This is also connected to the kitchen with a full fridge, sink, dishwasher, stove top, counter, and all the cups/plates/flatware that is needed. It isn't large, but it isn't small. Just the right size for a family of 4-6. The pool was a little chilly, but my son loved it. He was bummed that there wasn't a hot tub. As for the breakfast, I did not feel that was very good. There was a hard-working staff member attending to it, but some of the food was pretty tasteless and there weren't many choices. Better than continental, but not as good as some other hot breakfast hotels. First day was small ok breakfast sandwiches and potatoes. Second day was tasteless eggs and greasy tater tots. Every day is yogurt, oatmeal (sometimes watery), 3 cereal choices, self-made waffles, fresh fruit (not great variety), coffee/tea/juice area, and a small amount of white bread, white English-type muffins, and small white bagels. No variety at all there, and no actual muffins or donuts at all.
Jo from Maryland