We arrived here on the day after Friday 13th 2004 (Hurricane Charley) and were met with some destruction in the area but minimal on site. As other reviews have suggested we found the directions unclear and it is not clearly obvious where the Registration is. On arrival we met a very surly girl at the desk who was not helpful. We were then directed to the other desk for the timeshare presentation. I was initially prepared to say no but gave in to the pitch and agreed to the breakfast. At the breakfast we were chatted to but then were asked to send our kids back to the apartment so we could chat in comfort - this was a mistake. After a lengthy preamble we were given a hard sell which it took us several attempts to refuse. At the final refusal we were passed to a check out area where we were asked for our experience by someone who claimed to monitor the salespeople. He then effectively reduced the costs given in the other room by 75% in a last ditch effort to get us to sign - again we refused and got our free ticket voucher which we then had to redeem at another location. We certainly 'wasted' a whole morning and returned to very grumbly children- don't do it.
Having said all this the apartment was excellent and we had a A&B suite for 2 weeks which the children loved. The pool was brilliant and whilst we had no toilets for one day or use of the pool for 2 days we believe this was due to the hurricane so we can forgive them. We did encounter a fire alarm at approx 1am which was amazing - most people raced out but several people strolled out after 10 minutes fully dressed with luggage and cameras - only to find it was a false alarm.
Security on site seemed good and food deliveries were possible.
The location just off the US192 was excellent and you are right by the Arabian Knights Dinner Show although we didn't go to it.
Apart from the irritation of the timeshare sell we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and would return - but not in the hurricane season.