We had a very nice stay in a 2BR at Cypress Pointe Resort (Phase I), 12/23-29/06. We booked through www.HotelKingdom.com at a rate of about $93 per night. Full payment had to be made at time of booking, with a $20 cencellation fee. Overall, we thought this was a very nice place. There was an inventory to fill out which had a lot of details (number of tv's, framed pictures on the walls, forks, glasses, etc.). Some details we noted: They were very accomodating at check-in. We showed up at about 12:30, having just left the previous timeshare. I was hoping they'd let us in early, as we still had refrigerated food that I didn't want to spoil, and they did. One glitch was that when I made the reservation, I noted how I needed first floor because of my scooter needing to be driven in each night to be charged. Apparently, Hotel Kingdom collects this info, but doesn't actually give it to Cypress Pointe Resort. I was told I should have called CPR directly 2-3 days before check-in to make specific unit-type requests. It looked iffy for awhile as to whether or not I'd get a 1st floor unit, but they came through. We had a wonderful location, and didn't have to wait until 4:00 to get it. It is true what they say about the weird layout of the bathroom in the master bedroom. You can see the person on the toilet in the mirror from the main area of the bedroom. Also, esp. if you're on the first floor, you've got to keep the curtains drawn if you're in the bathroom. Speaking about the curtains, they were great at keeping the light out of the room. We were sick on this trip, unfortunately, and a few days we did not set an alarm to hit the parks early. It was nice to sleep in and not be awakened by sunlight. The previous week we had stayed at Vacation Village at Parkway, which I love, but that place had vertical blinds which did next to nothing to keeping out the light. There is a jacuzzi in the master bedroom. There was also a large shower. The bathroom near the second bedroom was a tub/shower. The shower curtain rod was not bolted to the wall, and fell down the first time I used it. We were able to put it back up easily and it stayed up just fine the rest of the week. Weird were the floor tiles in the entryway/bathrooms/kitchen. They looked nice, but were "bumpy" and made me feel like they were more suited to being outdoors. Overall, the decor was nice. A pineapple motif, if I remember correctly. There were lots of details, such as flower arrangements. The second bedroom is, indeed, very small. It has a twin bed with a trundle bed for the second twin bed. Once the trundle is opened, there is very little room to walk in the room. The TV/DVD player is not hooked up to cable--it is only for playing movies. The only "window" is a window in a door which is no longer functional. The door is permanentlylocked, and blinds/slats are attached on both the interior and exterior sides of the door--so--no window in the tiny room. The kitchen was missing a colander, but they sent one up when we asked. Also, they sent up more samples of dishwashing powder and Tide. There was a fee sheet that showed a charge ($7.50?) if you needed extra towels. Also, they charge 50 cents per call for local calls, and there was a fee for internet access. I guess I was spoiled by our previous week's stay at Vacation Village at Parkway, where local calls are free, as are extra sheets and towels, and there are internet computers for free, too. We didn't make it to the pool, but I hear it's nice. When we left, I asked the operator if housekeeping preferred us to clean out the fridge (not wanting to get hit with a cleaning charge), or leave the food behind. He said it was a sin to throw out food and to leave it for them with a note that they could have it. CPR is pretty close to WDW. We took a back way into the parks to avoid some heavy traffic on 535. There's also a back way into Winn-Dixie, so you don't have to get onto Apopka-Vineland--especially important if you're going during a busy, high traffic, time as we did. I'm happy to try to answer questions.