Extremely limited and unimaginative choices for buffet meals. Hot food always cold by the time it was brought out from the kitchen. Wifi unavailable in the evenings. No water or coffee/tea making facilities in the room and the expectation was that you buy water outside of meal times. Dinner started late, at 7.30pm or later. While breakfast theoretically started at 7am, it was rarely available until 7.45am or later. Staff were very slow to clear away rubbish from tables in the bar area, sometimes leaving it overnight. The killer for us was the exorbitant $US150 return boat fee from Tay Tay, on the mainland. At night, lights along the path to the huts were broken, making it unsafe to walk. While the views from the beach were lovely, the customer service at this resort was very poor and we were pleased to leave, especially after sorting out the bill, where we were double-charged for massages.