It's not a typical resort, but they do have a rental suite. It's kind of a hike if you plan on walking into town, and if you rent a golf-cart, you'll have to pay for bridge passes. The cart rental and passes can easily add hundreds of U.S. dollars to your overall expenses. Staying at one of the real resorts closer to town is usually the cheaper and more comfortable option. They also employ full time staff members who have much more experience when it comes to pampering tourists. It all depends on your tastes and budget.
Last edited by MacGyver; 01/04/13 03:35 PM.