I arrived at the unit and couldn’t find parking because there was a small section designated to residents in front of the building that was full. The rest nearby was valet parking for the resort directly next door. I had to park about 5 minutes or so away in another resident parking lot, walking past tons of cars waiting to get valet service. Once I got to the unit, I found a random fork and baking sheet on the counter, along with cleaning spray and a dish rag. There were towels in both the washer and dryer, so I took them out and set them on top, as I was unsure if they were clean. I brought my own, so I didn’t use any of the others. I ended up washing the bed sheets because I wasn’t sure how clean they were after seeing the towels. The floors were in need of a sweep, so I had to do that myself. Once all of that was taken care of, then the place was fine. I shouldn’t have needed to do any of it though. I stayed for 3 nights and the morning of check-out, someone knocked on my door. I ignored it because I thought it was nothing, but then I heard someone typing on the keypad and it unlocked. Thankfully the deadbolt was locked, so they couldn’t get in. I looked out the peephole and saw a guy and asked what he wanted. He said he was there to check in, but I still had another hour before my check-out! They gave him a code to get into the unit while I was still there! He left of course, but I found it very inappropriate of the company to do that. I don’t think I’d stay there again.