This Wyndham resort is a very, very special place. It is right on the beach and feels like it is part of the beach itself, due in part to the two fabulous indoor-outdoor restaurants where you can sit and look out over the ocean and relax. It's particularly wonderful if you work hard for a nonprofit more for the love of the cause rather than a paycheck and don't get to go the beach often! The atmosphere is cosmopolitan although very friendly and homey. The Patio Bar and Grill (one of the two restaurants) has fabulous food and Mary and the others behind the bar are awesome. Be sure to try the tuna tacos. They cook a big potato slice in the shape of a taco shell and fill it with little ruby-red pieces of raw tuna and an avocado cream and it's so good. And if you have breakfast at their Cafe Med, by all means ask for Annie. Annie is the sweetest waitress I've ever met. Just a doll. She will get your morning off to a a great start.
One thing to keep in mind: When I got there, the staff at the front desk told me I didn't have a reservation and they didn't seem over eager to help me figure it out. I guess they were busy. As it turned out, I had accidentally booked - through Expedia - my room at a different Wyndham, one down the road in Boca Raton. It all worked out in the end, but to management, you might want to make sure the front desk staffers are aware of this other Wyndham in case others make the same snafu. It would have been great if they could have explained that to me when I was trying to figure out what was wrong.
Other than that, it was a delightful and memorable stay and the beach at night there is magical. It's also located among many other restaurants and clubs within just a block or two so check out the Barracuda Bar and Grill, a cool Brazilian place just a block away. Amazing ceviche!