Many more have previously commented from the recently-upgraded areas and exactly how gorgeous these are generally, and so I won't enter any information. But in short, the areas ARE really nicely appointed therefore the resort is very well maintained. Therefore from those sides, you won't be let down by residing at The Fountains.
Just before our arrival, I had contacted the resort weekly or more beforehand and asked for an area in a choice of Building 3 or Building 4 with a view of Lake Eve. My basis for seeking these structures would be that they are both right beside the clubhouse as well as the indoor/outdoor share. Fortunately, the resort gave united states an extra floor area in Building 4 with a view for the pond and a partial view regarding the outside percentage of the indoor/outdoor pool.
In general, our house concurred that this was one of our much better RCI timeshare exchanges. However, there have been a small couple of annoyances that keep me personally from providing this a complete 5-star review despite how nicely-kept the area is. Here's a list of things that might have been better (and that I hope administration will seriously deciding on dealing with):
1) The shower stall inside master bathroom had no rack at all to store these types of items as detergent, hair care, razors, etc. My spouse definitely HATED the fact we had to make every little thing over the lip/ledge beside the bath home.
2) there have beenn't adequate locations to hold up all damp towels in the bathroom. Possibly invest in two more bath towel racks or hooks? And maybe some additional shelving for the dried out towels?
3) The outdoor share is HUGE...you really have to notice it to think it...and the water slides and splash area are fun for young ones. BUT...there are very couple of questionable places round the pool. Because I do not like becoming super-exposed on sunlight in the day and I don't like slathering on a number of sunscreen, my choice ended up being small (but nonetheless plenty big enough) indoor/outdoor pool right next to our building. When you look at the belated afternoons the adjacent buildings would prevent sunlight from hitting the outside part of the indoor/outdoor pool which implied no sunscreen required! The resort should seriously consider offering additional umbrellas around the big outdoor share or maybe even plant a few more tropical woods to give rest from the sunlight's powerful mid-day rays.
4) The indoor/outdoor share should really have an affordable snack club rather than the poolside (positioned next to the indoor part of the share) Splash bar, which had hardly any customers the entire few days. The resort might make so much more money with a busy treat club in the place of "ghost town"-like bar that acts higher-priced alcoholic products, and friends would additionally be happier when it comes to convenience. A win-win possibility exists here. Besides, the crowds of people we witnessed because of the indoor/outdoor pool had been predominantly households (who does use a snack club), perhaps not singles or bare nesters (just who might prefer a poolside beverage).