The staff mentioned to me that the 1,000 rooms were all taken for the weekend and they had 2,600 guests! Wow! Hard to visualize. Even with that many people there, it never once seemed crowded. I did notice that we had to wait an extra minute or two for transportation, but that was no problem. Also, there was no “free-flowing” lobster on the menu this time! I presume it would be difficult to give out lobster to 2,600 people. Instead of lobster, I ate my fair share of jumbo (emphasis on the word “large”) prawns, shrimp of all kinds, calamar, fish, ceviches, etc., and so on. The last night there we dined at the Steak House and had mar y tierra (surf and turf)! The filet mignon was so tender that you just had to look at it and it fell apart. The lobster tail was sweet and succulent, cooked to perfection.
We took in two very entertaining shows and enjoyed them both tremendously. As usual, the entire staff was happy, helpful, and went out of their way to accomodate you. Needless to say, we all had a wonderful time (again), and I would definitely go back.
Life is good.