We've been to Hedo and Temptation and last year went to Oasis Viva. We are mid 40's but not wild and crazy anymore. Like nude/topless if others are participating and fun in the evenings but not into the techno disco scene. Here's our experience: Up at 3:30am for an early flight. Arrive at hotel around noon. Can't check in till 3pm(no problem) so change and hit the outdoors. Eat at Mexican for lunch and quickly realize it's not good Mexican-just ok. Check back to front desk at 3:30 and they say come back later. Go back later and they say 20min. Go back 20min and they say 10min. I say, I want a room NOW! Hey, get a room 481 ocean view. Room: mediocre but didn't expect 4-5 star. Shower/bath combo w/toilet, sink and mirror outside bathroom, 2 beds and a sitting area. No balcony. Safe in room was already closed so we couldn't access it, mini fridge didn't work, and only half of the led light strip at sink worked so shaving and make-up application was difficult. No washcloths, floor mat, iron or ironing board. We ended up w/ one washcloth for 2 days and non for the rest. Seemed to be the norm from listening to others. Got locked out of room 3x during week where we had to go to desk and get it recharged. Could here every little noise from next room. Went to desk next morning to tell them about safe, mini fridge and wash cloths before breakfast. Returned to room and nothing different. Went back and they said they would come fix but we needed to be there. 45 min. of lost beach time and we still had to try locking it 2-3x before it would lock. Told no spare fridges so to bad(asked 3 more times during week w/same result). Restaurants: Cobia(buffet) is only open for breakfast and dinner but didn't go for dinner. Starting at 8:30am-10:00 there was a line for breakfast. It is basically in the "basement" although there are window panels on the west side (since the resort is on a hill the west side is lower). Took up to 20min to get inside then 5-10min. for omelette station. Staff did great job of turning tables around but forget about consistent service. Had to search out someone for coffee and water and then lucky to get them. Food was ok also. Had awesome french toast first 2 days then gone for week. Italian: only went for lunch and food was ok. Mr Wimpy: spent 20min looking for it only to find out it is where the Happy Chicken is. Opens at 11am but never got any of the food. Happy Chicken which turned into Hippie Chic during week opens at noon and there is an immediate line since it is also Mr. Wimpy which has people sitting at tables already. Food is excellent but takes forever. Orders done 1 at a time so look to wait 30min. for chicken strips. Add that to the 20-30min wait in line and more lost beach time. Japanese: Really good rib-eye. Open for dinner Black Hole: Dark restaurant where you are given around 25 different bites of food and try to figure out what you're eating(nothing crazy disgusting). Really neat but beware of the neighbor that gets their food before you and says out loud what it is. They also put on a little show. Reservations needed as well as long pants and shoes. Dinner only. Box: Tapas that were very good. Reservations proper dress. Dinner only Al Sur(Mediterranean): Good food. Advertised as only dinner but on 2nd last day, went to foam party at quiet pool and saw people eating lunch. That area of the resort is basically a hidden secret. Ate lunch the last day and had good fish strips. Veal is the popular meat there. Overall all breakfast and lunch service was poor. Wait long or never get drinks. Forget about water. Resort: Yes, lots of step but layout was cool looking though. 2 pool levels where the upper falls into the lower. Pool bar is underneath the water falling into lower pool. Chair very comfy around pool(chair saving by 8am if you want one) but hard plastic on the beach. Topless signs at all pools but non taking part.Lobby shows in early evening were great. Entertainment staff were great but not overpowering. Front desk staff friendly even when telling me too bad so sad about mini bar. Was in Kinky Club 1 time and wasn't for us. Had a couple oops early nights and went to town 1 night. Gym equipment old and in partial open room so when it rains, the equipment gets wet. Would bet 90% of the people never knew where it was(hidden). Resort was bought by Lifestyles which has numerous resort properties in the Caribbean. Somewhere in Dominica is their home. Talking with members, they think changes will be in the way because their other properties are much nicer. There is a massage booth a short walk north and south of resort. Both are $40/hr. We went south and it was worth every penny. They have a book for reservations and were quite busy. heard the one north was good also even though it's in front of an abandon resort. Took bus into OLD Cancun for dinner. Went to Pericos which required walking 5-6 blocks after getting off bus in a not so nice looking area. Well worth it. The place is a blast. Severs are fun and totally committed in giving you a great experience. 4 of us went and everyone's food was great. Pouring down rain while going back to bus so took a cab for $10 back the Coco Bongo area and bar hopped around there before catching bus to hotel. Could do opposite to get to restaurant if not comfortable walking 5-6 iffy blocks. Overall: Food was fine, resort and layout fine, however, the lack of wash cloths, no mini fridge, and waiting in line for breakfast and lunch wasn't worth it. We had 6 days to enjoy as much sun a relaxation as possible before going back home to another 8 weeks of cold. We didn't want to wait in line to eat everyday. Will be giving someone else a try next time.