We absolutely loved the stay. The room and bathroom were clean, spacious, and much fancier than what I was used to. There were robes, nice room slippers (not at all cheap and flimsy), a clean kettle, an assortment of mugs and (wine) glasses, and even a selection of pillows (including a bolster) that could be delivered to your room upon request. The toilet was in its own cubicle with super thick toilet paper and a phone (presumably for when you run out of toilet paper). The toiletries looked and smelled good, and the hairdryer worked great (it was just as strong as my beloved Dyson). Their mobile app was useful too. I had read in older reviews that you're supposed to check in using their app, so I went ahead and downloaded it a few days in advance. The app was a little bit confusing, but I managed to figure it out. You can "pre-register" the day before, but can only properly check-in once you're at the hotel and connected to the hotel WiFi. I did the pre-registration, and when we got there, the check-in was very quick and easy. From there on, I could just open the app on my phone to access the key (which you also need in the lift). No worries about lost key cards (unless you lose your phone). The pool area was beautiful. Some of the pool chairs and cabanas were a little bit dirty, but I was fine with that. The towels (which they hand you before you enter the pool) were nice and clean, so you could lay those over the chair before putting your stuff down. I spent more time on the lounge chairs in the wading pool anyway. I loved the openness of the sky, the architecture of the suites, and the planes flying overhead every now and then. They were the main reasons I chose to spend my SRV vouchers at this hotel, and it was worth every cent. If there was a reason I wouldn't go back, it would be that I'd like to try out other places first. I highly recommend this place to anybody with a slightly bigger budget looking for a nice staycation.