My friend used her membership to let my husband and I book a two-night stay at the resort. It was the LONGEST two nights...
of my life!
We made reservations to eat brunch at the Vineyard Rose Restaurant on-site before checking-in. The outdoor diningarea is in need of some serious upgrades, with the ceiling caving in and all.
They lay the silverware on the table, outside ofthe cloth napkins, waiting for guests arrival, which kind of disturbed me with Covid still on the rise and the confident littlebrown birds, jumping all over the tables and chairs, the whole time.
Check-in was seamless. However, one of the elevators wasbroken, so we waited patiently for the one working elevator, each time we ventured outside.
We came back to eat at VineyardRose for Intermezzo and checked in as a walk-in for dinner. The service was hit and miss. We lucked up with one really friendlyserver during Intermezzo, who also made amazing drinks. It was too bad the hotel has no microwave in sight to warm up yourleftovers or pop popcorn (like we had planned to do).
One of the first thing I noticed after using the restroom and washing myhands, was the makeup on the hand towel. I don?t wear makeup. Also, the carpet and furniture were visibly stained.
During ourstay, we could literally hear each time our neighbors turned on their water and took showers. The A/C made an obnoxiously loudnoise, every time it came on during the first night. The second night, we got to listen to it make this annoying ticking/poppingnoise, ALL night long.
The bed was SO hard, I woke up both days with sore arms/shoulders, and back. We found out that the tubin the bathroom was not a jacuzzi tub, like we thought. The last night of our stay, we went to the pool area at 8:20pm for asoak in the jacuzzi before bed. The pool guy was cleaning it and said that it closed at 8pm, which contradicted the 9pm closingtime posted on the pool gate entrance.
The spa was closed during our visit because it was a h