We travelled to the island flying into JAX airport and traveling 65 miles north to St. Simmons. the drive was straight forward and smooth. The king and prince is one of three resorts on the island. We went with a group of friends and each of us had a different room/villa within the resort. We rented a two bedroom Villa which was a decent size with two separate bedrooms, bathrooms, fireplace and full equipped kitchen. If you have to choose a villa, I would suggest one without carpeting. The carpeting in the first one had a deep musky smell and in desperate need of a shampooing. The hotel accommodated our request and we had a very nice stay in the South tower Villas in room 249. The view was gorgeous and the place worked out great for our family. Keep in mind, each Villa is different. Some Villas are privately owned and rented out while others belong to the King and Prince. I wasn't crazy about having a different housekeeper every day of the week during our stay, plus I had to ask them to use spray to wipe the counters and tables down after the 4th day. I didn't realize it was just the basic empty garbage, turn on dishwasher, flush toilets,provide clean towels and make beds. On the flip side, anytime I had any issues with television, toilets, water, etc., they responded very quickly fixing everything. We did take a sneak peak at one of the hotel rooms. Very nice, nautical look and perfectly fine. I would stay in the room if we ended up on the island again instead of the Villa. The resort has gorgeous pools for the family. the inside pool is a bit strange. its located in the middle of the lobby and a restaurant. i am sure that could be odd for all parties. The K&P golf course is deceiving in regards to the hotel. you will have to drive 20-30 minutes from the hotel. We ordered room service, the food was good but please know there is a $3 charge for each person in addition to your meal expense and 20 percent gratuity. As for the area...Amazing, quaint and lots of different shops and restaurants to choose from. We loved the pier village, walking the shops and stopping at the little coffee house that reminds me of something I would read in a novel. The playground is darling, it sits on the edge of Atlantic...beautiful and clean. The grounds are covered in luxurious trees with a storybook lighthouse in the background. By far one of my favorite places on the island. The weather was very chilly so we didn't get to enjoy the beach. The sand in front of the hotel can only be seen during low tide.