We stayed here Memorial Day week and had the place to ourselves. A 50-unit resort and we were the ONLY guests for the entire week. We are not terribly social people, so didn't really have a problem with it. In fact, it added to our enjoyment because we had our pick of the pool chairs and management was very flexible as far as arranging transportation. Most of what I have read in the reviews is true. Whether it's good or bad depends upon your perspective. No, I would not hire Rochelle as a guest relations manager, but as a property manager she does a great job of keeping the place in good condition. Management must share this opinion because she has been there over 20 years. We also foujnd it is possible for her to be friendly once you get to know her and make the effort. Other staff members were friendly. There is security at night, but it is so low key you might not even see the guy making his rounds. The resort is out of the way, next to a residential neighborhood and a closed golf course. Very quiet with minimal traffic. There are 2 restaurants about a 1/4 mile away. Ruby Swiss is good for lunch and dinner with very reasonable prices. Silk Cafe is open for breakfast and lunch, but we didn't eat there. The Intenational Bazarr is about 3/4 mile away and not really worth the walk. We had dinner at the Flamingo Restaurant in the Castaways resort and found the selection sparser, the service slower and the prices higher than at Ruby Swiss. Rochelle will give you a lift to a large grocery in downtown that has everything you need, including alcohol. She'll also give you a ride to Taino Beach and back. We found the beach to be almost as deserted as the resort. Besides the beach, there is not much else to do. That was fine with us because we were after rest and relaxation. If you want a lot to do, then you need to go to a different island. All in all, it wasn't our favorite vacation spot, but it would be hard to find a place more quiet and peaceful.