I planned this trip to celebrate my one month wedding anniverssary and plus I only live an hour away (save on gas prices). We stayed here for 2nights and 3 days from August 25-27. First off when my husband and I got there it was alittle confusing because they share buildings with Ramada Inn 1776.
They are connected together. So look for the 1776 sign, it's big and red, and you can't miss it. The Wyndham Sign was very small and short by the side of the road to turn into the resort.
When I checked into the resort the receptionist Melissa already had my itinerary ready, I had called 15minutes prior too because we were running alittle behind, check in time commences at 4pm. We were never called or asked about a time share presentation, and I was very pleased with that.
My only "vent" is that there water heater must had been on a timer or a "ticker" or whatever, because every night a 7pm the water got cold, (maybe it was just my building)? And at 6am it gets hot. I had a deluxe one bedroom condo with full ammenities and it was not newly renovated so it still had the old big jacuzzi that seats "two" comfortably. The new updated just have the regular bathtubs. I was alittle mad because what is the point of being in a jacuzzi if it does not have hot water in it, at least warm water.
My second little "vent" is that I had read the other reviews before I had left about Thin Walls, that is true! If you have small childeren or are traveling with a family, a little WARNING.... the rooms walls are thin and you might here *EVERYTHING* .... My husband and I heard a few *NOISES* during breakfast in the dining area. I just was glad it was just us" visiting for the wknd.
My last WARNING is that the patio is nice it runs from the living room to the master bedroom, but it LOCKS FROM THE OUTSIDE! My husband and I found that out the hard way! A bumble bee was about to fly into the living room, my husband closed the door, and it locked us out of the condo. ((mistake) We had to ask a nice man walking by to get maintenance to come and unlock the door, it took roughly 5 minutes and a nice maintenance man, came out to help us out. Not a long wait at all!
Other than that, I did not have a new updated condo, but it was nice and had an old charm feeling. They supply all the kitchen appliances you should need for your stay including silverware, and bowls, etc.) Also, the living room sofa: folds out into a bed. It came with a stand up washer/dryer and they supply TIde Detergent. And the bathroom came with Bath and Body Works Toilitries, which is nice to most females such as myself. Clean towels. Very Clean Place, No Maid Service during your stay, until you leave. Check out time is at 10am. THey have a DVD Player only in the Living ROom, ONe TV in the Living ROOm, and One in the Master Suite. I brought my own sheets/comforter set, only because of the pictures I saw on this forum and the reviews I had read previously.
Other than that you can use the other ammenities at the sister resorts, I only saw a few swing sets and an outdoor pool, and grills, to grill. They do have a private screened patio for private partys. The restaurants I saw around was Kyotos Japanese Restaurant, they do tricks with knives and stuff, the food was good, just expensivel. Breakfast/Waffles mom and pop shops, Olive Garden, Red Lobster, and a whole lot ot other regualar restaurants you should be accustomed to seeing. THere is a Nice (Good SIze) Outlet Mall with all the Up to date shops you can find a *steal* at it should be a straight shot down the road, ( I believe) they will give you a map during check in. Other than a few *hiccups* it was an ok stay. I will stay somewhere else next time at another resort near by.
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