This place looks OLD from the outside. I felt like I was in the family camp from Dirty Dancing. But inside, the place is very nice. Fluffy towels, really nice shampoo, conditioner, lotion, and bath gel. We were in 127/128 (I think). The building was Lakeview and it was one of the two places upstairs. There was a very nice lake view. One room had a queen bed and it was comfortable. The other room had 2 bunk beds (sleeps 4) and was cramped. You could not sit up in the bed without hitting your head. The living room was fine with a couch and 2 chairs. Bathroom off the living room. No kitchen facilities. All meals provided. The food was good. Hot breakfast with cereal/yogurt/fruit as well. Lunch was packed for us to take while we toured the parks. Don't buy one for $9.95 - it isn't worth it. Very little meat on the sandwiches. Dinner was Mexican one night (we all needed antacids but we aren't used to spicy food) and beef and vegetarian stroganoff (great) the other night. Rice wasn't cooked. Eat early - some things run out. They do turn up again later but you have to wait. Dessert was great one day (choc cake) and pretty bad the next (yellow cake which was undercooked). But it was nice to save money for a few days avoiding restaurants. Walls are thin so bring ear plugs. Free phone in the lobby - there is no cell service. games available at the check-in desk, activities for kids, boats to take out on the lake. They try hard to take care of all your needs. No TV. Very nice selection of coffee, cappuccino, tea, cereal, juice available 24/7.