Maybe management thought we were just gullible 'Mexicans' from south of the border, but the ground floor unit we were allocated, sight unseen, was anything but a good look. The whole experience left us with the impression of a residential development which had failed to sell, needing to take short term rentals to ease the financial pain. Two strategic brochures for other apartment complexes adorned the coffee table in the hope that we might be interested in purchasing a unit. Hah! Our view from our allocated apartment took in the vacant building site next door. Wow! A fair price we paid for the apartment, but we also reluctantly paid an additional fee to gain the right to cancel our booking if necessary, due to Covid-19 restrictions. For this we expected a slightly more glamorous room with a balcony & a view. The apartment was basic but satisfactory. No welcoming brochure, settings for only three, wall clock not working, no security chain on the front door and no flyscreens on windows. Then the clincher happened! We were surprised by an unwanted drenching from Dame Washalot three floors up while we were having breakfast in the courtyard. Water cascaded over our breakfast setting for what seemed an eternity. They were washing their own branches (balconies) further up the Magic Faraway Tree, without concern for those of us below! We're not interested in going back but if you decide to give it a try, be careful to check what you're getting for your money. We were disappointed!