We have stayed here twice with family, teenagers and small children. The goals seem two-fold: business and pool areas. Those accomodate very different people. Business people will git typically be the ones who go to the pools. I sent an email after our last stay because the walk from the rooms to the lobby was so extensive (not good for handicapped or even small kids; have to ride a trolley to the lower park), have to purchase over-priced water and snacks in the gift shop or restaurant instead of having available vending machines. I was told that there would be no refund but I could look on-line for any coupons in the future. We will not stay there anymore--paid $200 for a view of the road, two beds. Head to The Resort at Gov Crossing--the best people, 3 indoor and 3 outfoor pools, half the price, suite rooms for all, kitchen, balcony, steps from the pools.
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