Spend the MLK weekend at this resort and stayed in a 2 bedroom unit that faced Palm Canyon Dr. which was not noisy at all. Nice view of the mountains and rooms are large. However, the furnishings are VERY old (except for the LG flatscreen tv's). The kitchens are minimally stocked, no cookie sheet, broken coffee maker, spatula that was almost ripped in half at the handle, (doesn't housekeeping check this stuff when they clean/prep the rooms?) only 1 hotpad and 5 knives instead of six. Beds were mushy, pillows were good. Carpet needs to be replaced, as do the furnishings. Lot's of potential, just seems a bit rundown.
Pool area is good, although both the regular and slide/kid pools were shut down each day for 5 hours plus do to inattentive parents not checking child diapers. Was a complete drag for our 10 & 11 yr olds. Grounds look nice and well maintained. A bar and appetizer/lunch menu is convenient and everyone remarked that the food/drinks ordered were good.
Parking was not a problem for us. Our mid-size SUV fit just fine in the underground parking.
A plus for this place is that the Indian Canyon trails start just up the street which was very convenient.
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