We ended up ordering room service because the Sassy Diva was exhausted. It was pricey (to be expected) but I was pleasantly surprised by the food. The boys split the Nachos and I had the Fire burger with Guacamole. The gentleman that brought it up was very polite and professional.We enjoyed our room services experience. After a full day exploring parks, cupcakes, Medieval Times, swimming, and a lot of driving in crazy Dallas traffic the room service was worth every penny.
We were surprised to find a tiny balcony. It was tiny ( no chairs) but we were not expecting it anyway. The daytime view was of the parking lot, but we enjoyed looking at the lights of Dallas after the sunset.This was one of the highlights of our trip because I got to spend a good hour and half on the balcony just talking with the boys while Sassy Diva slept.
We loved the bedding and my oldest enjoyed sleeping on the pull out sofa (although it didn't look comfy to me). This is where we encountered the fuzzy blanket issue. Dragon Boy sleeps with a fuzzy blanket, it doesn't matter what blanket as long as it is plush. We did not bring one. The only remotely fuzzy blanket was the one for pull out bed. The only blanket for the pull out bed- where Lego Lover was sleeping... by his self. Dragon boy tried to convince him to give it up, and then he tried to sleep with him. Of course, Lego ACCIDENTALLY kicked Dragon off the bed.
The bathroom was fine, nothing to brag about, but clean and it got the job done. Except there was no door between the sleeping area and the bedroom. I took a bath in the dark, by the glow of my iphone, because Sassy was sleeping and there was NO WAY I was going to risk waking her up. Did I mention that she had only napped for 15 minutes the entire day? This makes her act crazy and eventually GRUMPY!
My only other complaint is the door between the bedroom and the living area is glass with a frosted panel. I am one of those sleepers who has to have complete darkness.So is the Sassy Diva. And one of the reasons I chose the suite was so that the boys and I could stay up after Sassy went to sleep. So the frosted door did not work for us, because the light from the living area where the boys were watching TV filtered into the bedroom. The doors also shut loudly. I did get her to sleep eventually. Again, this is not something that will bother most people, but if you need complete darkness to sleep and are travelling with night owls this could be an issue.
The pool area was clean, the hot tub was wonderful, and the towels were small but there were plenty available. The padded chairs in the pool area were a nice comfy bonus. All in all, it was a very comfortable room and I would stay again- with a sleep mask and a blanket to put over the little ones pack and play.