好評：I liked that there was was a game room and a lounge which both had billiards, darts, and foosball. There was a 10 minute intro to scuba offered in the swimming pool which I found interesting as someone with no prior experience. It was very casual and didn't require an appointment. There was also a one hour snorkel + flippers rental allowance each day and a small man-made reef on the edge of the swimming area which I would consider the best of the 'included' offerings. The 'Little River' restaurant which provided the main buffets had a good variety of options and generally tasted good. The staff was generally kind, friendly, and helpful, most notably at the front desk.
負評：I found the biggest disappointment to be the overall cost to benefit ratio of the stay experience. To expound on the title: The property was decent but had several quality shortcomings that gave it an ill-maintained feel: The felt on the pool table in the lobby was gouged and loose, only about 10% of the pool cues had usable tips, the direction lights on several elevators did not function, and a wall-mounted lighting fixture in my room was only half mounted and hung at a strange angle. As for the food, I ate at the main buffet most of the time and tried as much variety as I could and though the food was generally good I didn't experience anything great. I also ate at the reservation-required Japanese Hibachi one night and the quality was notably lower than that of the buffet. I had a few mixed drinks at the bars every day and found that they were weak in alcohol, and the taste varied greatly with each bartender. Lastly, the 'all inclusive' label did not apply to most of the snorkel and scuba recreation (except what I listed in the pros) which I found a bit disappointing.