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The well-appointed guest rooms are a roomy 500 square feet and include either a balcony or patio, a king or two double beds, love seat-sized sofa, and a bathroom with a glass enclosed shower and separate tub. A long table-height counter separates the bedroom portion of the room from the bathroom and closet. It has a built-in mini-fridge and bench seating, which makes for a great second desk area for kids' electronic devices and toys.
In addition, each room has marble countertops, Egyptian cotton sheets, down pillows, bathrobes and oversized room safes that can fit a family's-worth of laptops and iPads. Pack n' Plays and rollaway beds are available gratis. Wi-Fi, however, costs $12.95 per night for up to two devices (complimentary in the hotel's public areas).
Want more space? There are seven executive suites (710 square feet), each with a king bed in the bedroom and a sofa bed in the separate living space with kitchenette. Eight one-bedroom villas (950 square feet) have either two doubles or a king bed, plus a nice four-person dining room area, living room and kitchenette. Twelve studio villas (600 square feet) each have a king and sofa bed in one large space.
If you have babies and/or toddlers, consider requesting a room in the North wing for quicker strolling access to Ferry Landing's shops and restaurants. Rooms in the South wing are closer to the villas, fitness center and the community park. Connecting and ADA-compliant rooms are available upon request. However, they cannot be guaranteed in advance.
Note: there is typically a $20 to $30 price variance for a room with a bay-view as opposed to a resort view. Ask for an upgrade when you arrive and you have a good change of getting one gratis if they're available. If you're a morning-coffee-on-the-patio kind of person, the view is well worth the price.