This was our third visit and we had a couples retreat package which gave us a rainforest studio, a meal in the Thai restaurant, one in the main restaurant, two massages and a voucher for water sports. Overall very good value for money. The room was large and comfortable and as the name suggests surrounded by trees. The set meal in the Thai restaurant was excellent and our waitress was very good at trying to keep everyone happy despite the fact she was rushed off her feet. Our second meal at the main restaurant was disappointing and due to misinformation from one of the restaurant staff we ended at a carvery evening which we definitely wouldn't have chosen but had run out of days. Breakfast is ok but trying to be all things to everyone. This resort has increased in size and even tho it was just at 64% capacity felt really full at meal times and around the pool and the beach. It was very difficult to get a sunlounger in the shade due both to the number of guests and the usual early sunlounger baggers who then don't use it for most of the day. The dangerous wooden sun umbrellas have been taken down but not really replaced with anything to give shade. The sea seems to be full of small stinging things which make it uncomfortable even if the sting passes quickly. The shuttle service was efficient and everyone smiled and said hello. I can see why people like this place but for me it's too much like mass catering and I don't think we'll come back. If you do visit make sure you do one of the Dev's morning or evening walks or the mangrove walk - they really give you another view of the resort and who you're sharing it with.