Know the building you are in - then you will be fine A review of Ocean Landings Resort
It is very important to know which building type you are in, to know what to expect from this place. Buildings 'C' and 'D' are ocean front condos (Caribbean and Dream Buildings). The remaining buildings are basically converted motel units in the middle of the complex - without a view of the ocean. This review will be based on our experience in the condo unit.
I wouldn't say that this place is a resort, despite the name. I would describe it as a comfortable, oceanfront apartment. On the surface, the condo was pleasant. It had somewhat dated and worn decor, but wasn't offensive. It is about what you'd expect from a decades old condo right on the beach. If you are a clean-freak, this isn't the place for you. Over the week, we'd find various things that remained in the condo as a result of careless housekeeping (such as food stains on the wallpaper). The walls are very thin - we could frequently hear the TV in adjacent rooms.
There is a small kitchen, but furnished with necessary appliances. There really isn't a dining room - the table sits in what feels like a hallway between the entryway and the living room. With 4 seated at the table, it is definitely "in the way." There are bar stools to sit at the kitchen counter, which was nice.
That said, the place was comfortable and we WOULD return.
There are several activites on site including 2 heated swimming pools, one with snack bar; children's playground equipment; a cabana with many gas grills for guest use; a exercise room; an indoor raquet ball court; and outdoor tennis courts. There is a restaurant, bar and nightclub on site.
The location is great, about 2 miles south of Ron Jon's Surf Shop on A1A. The beach was clean and never felt crowded (spring break week).