I'll update this review a bit. The resort seems to be holding up well. Rooms seemed nice, maybe updated since this most recent reviewer above. We had one glitch that worked out, so be prepared when booking/calling/arriving. After winning this bid, with the 125$ price level, I called the hotel and said, I needed a king bed, non-smoking. Not sure what hotels vs. priceline policy is, but a queen just doesn't cut it for a 6'6" body. I talked to a check-in rep, got their NAME, wrote it DOWN and they confirmed, "no problem" Well, upon arrival we were told they were full and we had a room with two queen beds in it. I said, sorry, this wasn't acceptable for me. I had talked with "xyz" and they told me specifically it wouldn't not be a problem. I think it HELPED that indeed it was "XYZ" checking me in, I had their somewhat unique name in my iphone calendar with the date I had called - what can one say. So, a King room appeared on a ground floor though, but nonetheless we got the room and everything worked out. Nice place, I would certainly stay there again for same or less money. I think this King room have been something they reserve for SPG heavy hitters. It had a bunch of free waters around, a small bowl of fruit, about twice as many free coffee packets. We didn't hit the pools, but saw them. Even though the resort was "completely full" the pools didn't seem crowded. We played tennis, that seemed to be where the competition for space was. We got a court easily, but it appeared during out hour of play probably 20 couples showed up who had to leave since there was nothing available. Cardio room was nice, but full on a Sunday morning. About 12 units, with some weights. There IS a nice weight room outside of all places, covered so not totally Venice Beach like, good machines - again, about 90% full on a Sunday morning? The room itself was nice, big 36" plasma tv with the HD CHANNELS ACTUALLY SHOWING HD of all things. :-) We were on the bottom floor, but it didn't prove to be a problem. What WAS a bit of a problem was it was an outside facing room, so through the outside wall one COULD hear people walking on the path, but since we were on the outer edges, it was only a problem a couple times. Update on the RESORT FEE, AKA ANNOYANCE FEE, it is now 27$ a DAY, with tax 30$ a day, come on! two days, 60$ more dollars. I think one needs to take this in to context when booking, it of course made the whole stay 155$ a night. I would be annoyed to no end had I been one of the people who could not use the tennis courts, or who showed up to work out and everything was full. the free internet is nice, but I have free internet already so it did NOTHING for me.