The whole resort has a bit-piece feel to it. It seems that rooms/blocks were added at different times. So to access our room on the first floor, we had to walk down a flight of stairs from the main building, along some outdoor walk ways and then upstairs to our room. This seemed to me to be rather poor design.
The pool bar was good and you could order a la carte from the main restaurant. A rather unpleasant aspect of the pool area was the rule that you could only have 3 towels per room and if you didn't return them, there'd be a financial penalty. Really? Is that necessary?
The resort claims to have views to, and beach front on, the South China Sea. In fact there was a patch of sand and then rocks between the Sea and the hotel. Sure you could see the sea but it wasn't magnificent by any stretch.
Food at the resort? The menu was limited, the food was just okay.More