I made a reservation because it was very close to my meeting. The property is not set up like a typical hotel. It is more like a group of time shares which you buy into. From the moment you get
there, they pitch the idea of purchase. Happily they are discreet in the pitch and don't push when you say no. The building I stayed in was towards the back of the property. This being my first time, movement around the property was a bit confusing, especially because their map of the property is presented upside down with north facing down and south facing up. But after an initial walk I got my bearings.
The space I occupied was pleasant and had a working kitchen (which I did not use). However, the tub/shower was VERY hard to get in and out of because the walls were so very high (it doubles as a jacuzzi).
I had meals in their restaurant. Service was excellent. Food was certainly not haute cuisine but was decent American style.
Finally, they post a charge on your credit card for about $130 to cover future incidentals even when your stay is prepaid. I was not accustomed to this. Usually a hotel takes your card and holds the number and presents charges to you at your check out which you then agree to and then your card gets charged. [Less]