This was just a quick, solo, weekend stay before a business trip and I thought the facility was outstanding. The room number of my suite was 34. It was a large, decadent suite with a huge bathroom, shower, and jetted tub inside and a nice hot tub out on the patio as well. The patio was a beautiful place to start my mornings with a cup of coffee or a glass of wine in the afternoon. I took the trail down to the beach one day which I really enjoyed. They provide walking sticks if you like, but I didn't grab one. I did it in my Chaco sandals and it took me about 45 minutes with many stops for photos and to enjoy the wildlife and views. I would warn that the the trail is fairly steep and treacherous in places with dry leaves making the trail slippery. I didn't have any falls, but if you're unsteady on your feet, this trail is not for you. I enjoyed a few drinks down at the beach and the staff down there is amazing. I just took the shuttle back up the hill. As for dining options, I thought the food was of a reasonable standard, but the serving staff was not. No classical fine dining training for the staff at either of the two restaurants. The service was choppy and teamwork was non existent. I very much enjoyed many cocktails presented at the bar. I found it very unprofessional that only designated staff could print checks and accept payment in the bar though. The sunset from the bar is not to be missed. If you're someone who enjoys a glass of wine in your room, bring your own.