2.34km from Ron Parker ParkWe stayed for 5 nights. The staff was very friendly, at all times. The room had a microwave, coffee machine, and a good-sized refrigerator. There is a heated swimming pool. You can pick up pool towels at the office, and you will need to return them before checking out or you will get charged for them. Coffee is available 24 hours a day. They will prepare a few breakfast options and bring it to your room. Every night, you will need to fill out a card with the time you would like to have your breakfast delivered, with a 30-minute window. The options are just carbs and sugary items, like bagels, biscuits, scones, yogurt, cereal, juice, and condiments. The only protein choices are a hard boiled egg, and a very small sausage patty with the biscuit. I bought some eggs from the Publix grocery store near by and made omelettes with fresh tomatoes and onions to start the day off with something healthy. I certainly prefer being able to get my own breakfast (buffet), instead having to wait in the morning for someone to drop food off. Luckily the microwave and refrigerator made it possible for me to cook my own breakfast. Bring glass bowls and paper towels for cooking eggs in the microwave. If you have small children, the bathroom sink is going to be hard to reach for them. The sink is high and very wide which makes it difficult for someone less than 5' tall to reach the faucet. Sadly, the bathroom sink is the only sink, so, you will have to do all your dishes in the bathroom. If you like your room dark at night, you are out of luck. There is a miniature golf place right next door which is fun as an activity, but the flood lights are turned on at night and shine straight into your face when trying to sleep. The first night I did not get any rest at all. We had to get very creative trying to cover all the extremely bright light sources at night. The bed was comfortable, but the walls are paper thin. For a few nights we did not have any neighbors to the left or right. But as soon as people occupied the rooms next door, we could hear everything - conversations, television, and even snoring from the next room! Needless to say, we did not get much rest. I am not certain if other rooms are less noisy or less bright at night. There is a boardwalk to the beach behind the buildings, which makes accessing the beach easy and fairly quick. For a few days, there were a lot of dead jellyfish on the beach. Someone explained that this happens once a year. Cars are allowed to drive on the beach, but have to stay close to the dunes. There is plenty of parking available. Make sure you put your parking pass on the dashboard when returning. I appreciate that recycling cans are available outside.