What I liked about the most from this resort is their open air shopping center. It looks like a little village with a man-made lake, an all around deck, different shops, as well as good eateries. They have a decent size convenience store with very reasonably priced pastries and comfort foods. The only problem I saw with their merchandize was an added service fee of about 20% plus tax, which kind of kills the conveniency of buying stuff there. Don't get me wrong; the food was tasty, but it was too little food and very expensive when you factor in all of the convenience fees! Overall, not a bad stop on A1A for a mental break before you head to the beach.