I could see why the resort is a renowned wedding location to locals having two of their own beautiful chapels that matched the ellipse theme shapes of the details throughout the entire resort. And with the lower cost in comparison to comparable resorts and islands retreats I was not surprised to learn international weddings are becoming more common. I truly would have loved an all inclusive wedding here myself with pristine beaches, beautiful rock cliffs, 8 restaurants, and endless ocean activities. They could easily entertain a wedding party in house without even leaving for well over a week vacation.
I think the carefully structured lobby was one of my favorite locations to breathe the ocean air, sip coffee and at night gaze thru the skylights to the stars above. However, it was rivaled by “The Lounge” at the top floor with its 240 degree peninsula ocean views, kind staff, and unlimited food and beverages that seamlessly reappeared in front of me. As a local resident, I was thrilled to learn the beaches were actually open to the public, and many of the in house restaurants and buffets will be offering discount lunch meals because of their anniversary in 2018. I nearly regret typing these words, as I selfishly want to keep this gem of a discovery to myself and my closest friends.