Nice hotel, the main picture is a bit 'enhanced' when it comes to water clarity and the glorious deep blue - water is still clear and nice, but you cannot really go for a swim in front of villas, it's too rocky. We tried 3 restaurants - O Grill was good (the waiters might put more smile on their faces :), Laguna simple pizza place, was good. But Stella Maris all you can eat buffet, opened only for b-fast and dinner was a nightmare. We tried dinner there once - crowds of people, line-ups, screaming, running kids, no, thank you. Price was 105 kuna per person. Suggestion - instead of hours only 7-9pm, open like 5:30 pm to lessen the hordes of people! There were 2 sand beaches, couple with man-made entrance into the sea by ladders. We experienced some small cute jelly fish floating around in the mornings (non stinging!). The indoor pool, on top of numerous outdoor, was a definite plus. Our teenagers rented bikes and jet ski once as well. We went to Umag on a local little train that runs every 15 mins (20 kuna per person/ride). Overall really nice - and as I said, some staff could be more pleasant. One young man who drove us on the electrical car to our van remarked - "It's the older people who survived the war, they don't have much smile on their faces. Us, younger people, we have no problem." Thank you, young man, for being honest!