Here are the good, the bad, and the ugly -
The Good - Room is nicely laid out. I was in a 2 bedroom with just one other person. It could comfortably handle 4 people. It has two large bedrooms, two large full baths, small washer and dryer, full kitchen, small living room and small dining area, pull down murphy bed in living room (we didn't use it), and a patio. We were on the 3rd floor, so pretty quiet. We were right next to the elevator so sometimes it would be a bit noisy. We were in building 4 a bit far from the pool but could still hear yelling, so I was glad I was not by the pool. There was a nice gas bbq on the deck we used. There was a hot tub near my building that was usually empty. It was nice as the pool area was always packed. There was a TV in the living room and in one bedroom. It had about 90 channels, so better than most places I have stayed. There was a DVD player on both TVs.
The bad - No paid channels (like HBO), Beds are hard as rocks (and I like hard beds but these were like sleeping on boards), no TV in 2nd bedroom
The ugly - The checkin was the worse I have ever experienced. We stood in line for 20 minutes. We were told they were working on getting our room ready, so we needed to go over to the other counter (hospitality) and get our parking pass. Hospitality is the hard sales desk to get you to buy into Worldmark or add points to your membership if already a member. We stood in line for another 20 minutes to "get our parking pass" and had to listen to the sales talk for another 10. We agreed to the presentation the next morning, so they would not bother us during the week. We go back to the desk for our room (now there for an hour) and are told our room won't be ready for another hour. It is now an hour past when they said we could check in. We come back in an hour (now 6 p.m.) and finally get the keys to our room.
They called us 5 times to make sure we were coming to the sales presentation (three on the day we checked in then twice the next morning at 7: a.m. and 8 a.m.). The person that we dealt with for sales was rude and completely delusional. When she gave us numbers, I had other numbers ready. She just got made and had us sign the "you can never again ever attend a Worldmark presentation" Let's hope they mean it. (this is the third time I have signed something like this and I tell them each time about it) They totally talked up how great the breakfast was at this place. It was fine, but we had to eat it at the desk of the sales person. It is hard to enjoy breakfast with an someone trying to sale me an overpriced timeshare.
They called me three times that second day (on top of the two in the morning ) to just ask how I was doing. I finally ask them to stop calling me, and they did.
Get 3rd floor, away from pool, away from elevators
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