This resort was pretty much exactly what we were expecting, no surprises. Very big if you're not used to the size, but we new what we were getting because we usually stay at the larger resorts and we like that. We travelled with my in-laws (same last name as ours, we travelled as a family so there was no reason not to think WE WERE TOGETHER), they had a jr. suite and we had a full suite. I emailed ahead and asked to be put in the section above the Mammee Bay and Tushima restaurants because I knew there was an elevator there and my mother-in-law has limited walking ability. So of course when we get there (3pm), the room they were assigned was 1204, meaning third floor directly above the restaurants, everything was good in there room, great. We were put in room 1064, which was all the way across the horseshoe, first floor. Lovely suite, I can't complain at all about the size or layout of the suites, but the location sucked and it had no A/C. We were told the entire resort was full, and there was no other room available to us until the next day. Whatever. The next morning at 7am I went up to the desk just to find out what room we would be put in that afternoon when the rooms were cleaned and ready. After much conferring, a lot of faces made by the staff behind the desk and language that I could tell was aimed at me in a nasty tone, they produced the key to room 1210 (at 7am, so did someone check out in the middle of the night and housekeeping cleaned it in the middle of the night???) Anyway, to keep this short, I didn't mean to go on about this now, it was a beautiful suite, beautiful location, everything worked, and it had an additional jacuzzi out on the deck that was a lot of fun. The first day started us out a bit badly, but we went on to have a great time. The falls were fabulous, Shaw Gardens were wonderful (you really need a guide here to get the full effect). Deep Sea Fishing out of Port Antonio was highly successful for my guys, but a longer day than anticipated and they were all very tired. My father-in-law got sick the fourth day and was unable to eat much the rest of the trip, but the rest of us were fine. I think he had more spicy food than he's used to, he also drank a lot of tap water out of the faucet in his bathroom, and he ate some kind of Jamaican "stew" from a big pot in the dining room that he thought might have been composed of the previous day's leftovers that could have done it. Food was good for an A/I, but not the best A/I I've had. A little blah, but you can always find good stuff if you know where to look. We never got tired of it, there was plenty of Jamaican stuff, and a lot of it varied if you went to different buffets and not the same one every day. We had one full day of rain (the 30th), the rest was pretty much 1/2 & 1/2 sun & clouds.
Anyway, ask any questions you want, I'll try to stay on pretty steady for the next few days.