Booked a last minute stay to celebrate Father's Day. We arrived after lunch around 2:30p and our room was not ready. The hotel was booked solid the Saturday night before. We got club level for the second time - I don't think I reviewed our first club level stay (July 2012). We stayed in the Monarch room (club level room) until our room was ready around 4p. The snack service (available I think noon to 4p) had a variety of canned sodas, bottled water, bottled orange and apple juice, pitchers of lemonade and tea and a Starbucks brew by the cup machine (also made cocoa). Some bagged snacks like chips, Ritz cheese crackers, granola bars and big jars of dried fruit, goldfish, nuts, etc that you serve yourself. There were also desserts like lemon cream pie, some kind of cake and oatmeal cookies. Also slices of fresh honeydew and pineapple. The room had a couple of very large tables for large families but most of the seating was tables of two or four. There was a computer station and a bathroom so it was a nice place to stay until our room was ready. I took our 6 year old daughter down to the Plantation lawn area (by the playground) where they offered a Father's Day craft. They ended a few minutes before the stated end time so she didn't get to do the craft. Our balcony room was on the 2nd floor (2704) with a view of the spa building and some green areas. I had requested a balcony/convenient to the pool area. We were one floor below and about half a hallway away from the Regency room. We had a connecting room with 2 queen beds and were able to request a rollaway. The rollaway fit nicely beside the second queen bed (the one not near the balcony), in front of the connecting room door. I can't remember what the room looked like a year ago when we were last there but it looks like there has been some refurbishing since then. My husband remembers a larger arm chair and now there are two smaller chairs that sit on both sides of the table/desk. We changed to go swimming and ended up going back to the Regency room for the evening offerings. Most of the snack items were gone although there were still some of the same things there. The pie and cake remained from the afternoon and the cookies were wrapped in packages of two. Alcoholic beverages were available for a small charge to your room. The hot item was some kind of fried ball with I believe macaroni and cheese inside. I thought my kids would like it but they didn't. The seafood offering was oysters on the half shell. There was a plate of sliced roasted chicken (cold) with green beans and a raw veggie plate with dip, various types of crackers and cheeses and hummus. We swam until around 7:30p, mostly in the lazy river areas. The lazy river was crowded when we first got there but as people left (for dinner?) the experience was much more pleasant. I noticed more debris from the trees and sand and rocks at the bottom of some of the areas but the staff might still be catching up from the busy Father's Day weekend. The kids wanted s'mores that were from 8 to 10p so to save time we ended up getting them sandwiches from Mc Dades (grilled cheese for $6 and a hot turkey/cheese croissant for $7). Hubby and I were filled from the evening Regency Club offerings. We enjoyed standard s'mores (graham crackers, chocolate, marshmallows). I thought that this was the hotel that offered other options like white chocolate and chocolate peppermint patties but maybe I am confused? Hopped on over to the outdoor movie area where they were showing Shrek 4. They offered free popcorn and water and sold light up toys. We stayed for about half the movie before going back to the room. Slept well on the beds and don't recall much hallway or outdoor noises. Love the convenience of the club level breakfast offerings since we have family members that get up at different times. I believe they serve breakfast from 6:30a to 10a. They mainly had the regular continental breakfast options (cereal, fruit, yogurt, bagels, muffins, croissants, make your own oatmeal) but had one hot option - pre-made pancakes. I enjoyed the ingredients (bagels, cream cheese, smoked salmon, capers, red onions, tomatoes) for bagels and lox. Our daughter took part in the morning craft (oil pastels) on Plantation Lawn. Most of us went for a short swim before check out. We were able to request a 1p check out. Our daughter took part in the afternoon beading craft. We missed the "Meet the Mascots" presentation but were able to go inside the pen to pet them and take a closer look at the alpacas and miniature donkeys. Dad and daughter took a quick bike ride. I believe less than one hour of riding is free and more than that is a $25 charge. It was hot and the rest of us waited inside the lobby for them to finish their bike ride. Our daughter wanted to do the last craft of the day (coloring stuffed animals for a $5 charge). We headed for home after she finished coloring her stuffed elephant. On our walk out to the self-parking lot, we noticed that one of the rooms in the ballroom area was set up with an inflatable and some other toys. I don't remember seeing that advertised anywhere. It would be a great place for those with younger kids to keep them entertained out of the heat. Missed the horse drawn wagon ride and train available on past visits. But all in all, a great stay although next time hopefully we can convince our kids to slow down on the activities so we can try some of the restaurants!