We enjoyed the accommodations, the location and the waterfront. The one challenge for us is that most bedrooms only had a single bed, whether it be a full, queen or king. So while it did accommodate 22 people, the makeup of the group wasn't ideal for non-couples. Some of the older kids didn't necessarily want to share a full bed with another older sibling --- just too small. So half of our group slept in common areas either on a sofa bed or on the floor. The arrangement was disclosed to us, we just didn't read carefully. We were thinking more of a traditional beach arrangement where beds for 22 often included lots of twin beds for kids.