The grounds are very tidy and tropical at this condominium. Their beach is not a great swimming beach, but it’s pretty. If you’re down by the pool, there’s an additional kitchen there to cook your meals. There are four 3-story walk-up buildings, but only buildings A and D directly face the water. The 3/2s and some of the 2/2s are simply top floor units with loft-type bedrooms, but they have windows, so they’re not as dreary as others we’ve seen. The upper price difference represents “deluxe” units, which probably are worth the extra $20. If you want A/C, it will run you an extra $25–$30 per day but is only available in some units. Staff has a family feel and is consistently pleasant. 1/1s (800 sq. ft., but feel smaller) are $129–$209, 2/2s (1,000 sq. ft., but also feel smaller) are $159–$269, 3/2s (1,200 sq. ft.) are $259–$309. 4- or 7-night minimum.