Roosevelt Blvd was under construction and only one-way in front of the resort property, which made getting to and from Duval St (about 2 miles away) a bit of a challenge. There is no shuttle provided by the resort, so we elected to go by taxi, which got a bit expensive at $12 - $15 each way. The resort property is very nicely landscaped and the swimming pools are lovely. Food at the tiki bar is pricey but of good quality. The room was very clean and nicely decorated, although there was not much table-top space (a desk or dresser would have been welcome). We enjoyed the canal view and the resident iguana patrolling the sandy area just outside our french doors. The room was quiet but it seemed a long way from the central parking lot to the other side of the resort especially with heavy suitcases in the Key West heat and humidity. The resort is right next to a commercial area with a Walgreens and Home Depot, so parking sometimes became a competition between local shoppers and resort visitors. The staff was friendly but the reception area was very noisy and so it was difficult to hear the advice being offered. A mixed bag of good quality and nice decor combined with a difficult location and very heavy traffic between the resort and the Key West attractions.