The room. We were supposedly upgraded to a chalet on the beach (we were originally booked into a chalet with view of the lush gardens, which in hindsight would have been cooler), which turned out not to be perfect and posed a catch-22 situation. You want to see the ocean the whole time, so no-curtains in the living room makes sense, but the sun shines directly in there in the afternoon, so you don't want to sit there. From afternoon the sun shines directly into the chalet - you have to close the block-out curtains when you go out in the morning, because by the afternoon the sun shines directly into the chalet and it is extremely hot. The AC goes off when you take the key out, so you can't leave the AC on (which makes environment sense, but the room is very hot when you return in the afternoon.
High season you have to plan where you wanted to eat so you can make reservations - we don't like planning whilst on holiday. Bit of a schlep to arrange for a buggy to take you to different parts of the grounds, although it is a small price to pay for a very nice hotel
The Spa is fantastic (treatments and the grounds) and I can understand that it is a finalist in the World's Luxury Hotels Spa's. Beautiful hotel grounds. The upper infinity pool and restaurant with stunning sunset and ocean views. The beach-side restaurant where you can sit with your feet in the sand (or you can book a romantic table for 2 on the beach under its own gazebo).
The outside shower at the beachfront chalets is very very nice!
Tennis courts, table tennis on site