We came here specifically to go to Watiki. This hotel in particular has always been very nice and I love it. We didn't really have any issues, aside from our bedroom curtains not quite closing and one of the lights kept flickering when turned on. My husband did notice the night before we checked out that the bathroom water was extremely salty, only when turned to cold. Water from the kitchen area tasted fine. Getting tickets to the water park is now a bit too complex for my liking, and far too expensive in my opinion. Especially for the winter hours. The hotel employees were very helpful but even they were having issues understanding the system and I don't blame them. It's now oversimplified to the point of being too complex. The hotel breakfast area is... interesting. You need to have shoes on "in case you step on broken glass or someone steps on your toes" according to one of their kitchen workers. Just very strange as I expected it to feel a bit more like home, you know, and be able to be comfy while I eat breakfast. Breakfast offerings were okay, I would have liked omelets/eggs without peppers in them and sausage not on a biscuit sandwich. Overall though, this is a great hotel if you're traveling with kids and want/need to budget your meals out. You have a kitchen area to prepare food instead of eating out all the time.