This is an Interval property, however I do wonder when they were last evaluated by them. Upon arrival we were warned that the housekeeper had memorized every item in the kitchen and each piece of linen. This set the tone for an unpleasant stay.
On the plus side, they recycled their trash. On the negative side, we were required to take out the trash. We were on the second floor and my husband is 70.
Spa: Guests are required to take the cover off the spa and replace it. The pool was frigid.
The kitchen items were an interesting array of mismatched patterns. Not only the utensils, but the dishes, glasses, cups and saucers. More importantly, the refrigerator door had 3 missing shelves.
The living room carpet was soaking wet upon our arrival. Concerned that they might believe we had somehow created this catastrophe, since the ceiling showed evidence of water damage, we alerted the desk of the condition of the carpet. They said that they had just cleaned the carpet. We could put nothing on the floor for 3 days because the moisture was absorbed by whatever we put down on the floor. The sheets and pillow cases had blood stains in numerous places.
The beach. This postage-stamp sized beach has absolutely no beach furniture. There are no chairs, no chaises, no umbrellas. Nothing to be had. If you cannot bring yourself to a standing position from a reclining one, you cannot use the beach. There is no warning, no disclaimer in the advertising that one must bring their own beach equipment.
Deck. There is a deck outside the bedroom. In order to gain entrance, one must kick the door open as it is so warped, it is impossible to simply push it. The cheap plastic chairs are covered in fungus.
The bathroom sinks are very slow to drain.
If you lose your room key, there is a $100 charge. If you lose your wrist band to the beach, there is a $10 charge. The desk clerk commented that a guest had lost their bracelet in the heavy current that had threatened to carry them out to sea. She was not concerned about the potential loss of life in the tide, it was the loss of the silicone bracelet that concerned her.
This is an Interval property. I find that absolutely astonishing. The mish-mash of kitchen equipment is trivial. It is the attitude of the clerks, the fungus on the furniture, the broken refrigerator door, that troubled us.
It is not wireless, by the way. We did not have any modern electronics, such as flat screen televisions. This place was built in the '60s and stayed there. The furniture must have been acquired at an inner-city 1960s estate sale. There was nothing attractive about the unit except the ironing board cover that was covered in a collection of light houses.
I would not recommend this property to anyone.
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