First the good: The new rooms are very pretty. When we asked about upgrading to a room with a king bed, as it was just my wife and I and celebrating our 20th wedding anniversary, we were put in a room with a better view and of course the king bed, and the upgrade was complimentary. The Keurig machine in renovated rooms deserves special acknowledgment. Mousekeeping was fantastic. We received that charming Three Caballeros 'Under Construction' pin set. Which is cool because the construction affected us zero. Now the downer: The resort is so huge we ended up spending almost no time at the main building, El Centro, and feel like we missed out on the great customer service that we have received in the past at other resorts. When we did get up to El Centro, the gift shop was poorly stocked, like it looked vacant, and had no real theming. The quick service restaurant was just okay, wouldn't have even put it here except we had to walk 20 minutes across the resort to get to 'just okay'. The hallways and elevators were a bit dirtier and more run down than I have seen in other resorts. The elevator doors didn't close just right. Little things that add up. The 'smart' thermostat refused to let us set a temp less than 68 degrees without putting it into Limited Energy Management mode (Len on display). And it's room temp display lied to us, telling us it was much cooler than it actually was. I absolutely hated the hard surface floor. For a couple reasons, but I'll just cover the superficial ones here. It looked nice and was warmer than most plastic 'wood' flooring, but it sounded like it was hollow and it felt like walking on plastic. It felt like an old linoleum floor. I associate hard surface floors (other than actual wood) with wet rooms, kitchen, bathroom, laundry etc. Having a plastic floor throughout the room made it less cozy. No tub. I had no idea how big of a downer this was going to be when we checked in. I don't know if some of the renovated rooms kept their tub or not, but every review on YouTube shows the new shower stall. It's a nice shower stall, but it's not a tub. After walking for 10 hours straight, there's nothing relaxing about standing that much longer in a shower. To be fair, the room was cheap. It ended up being $25 a night or so more than the Value we had originally booked. So I'm not saying it was a bad value. One of the reasons for the steep discount is that the main pool is down during construction which is a big deal to some families. I had no interest in the pool anyway so thought it would be a great time to try a new resort. In the future when constrained by a similar budget I'm not sure I will go this same route again.