This time we went to The Grand (last time Sunrise) so we were able to use all three properties. Sunrise has some great restaurants, and the vibe/lobby/entertainment is great. The Grand is a little more subdued, and has many pools, one is even heated, so if you don't like where you are then move somewhere else. They were setting up a huge stage for February concert on the beach, so our ocean view transformed a bit during our stay. I was never able to book a restaurant online, so expect to wait sometimes a couple hours when the resort is busy. Some groups were 13 to 17 people, and I wished they would either eat at the buffet, or not expect to be seated together in one big table at a restaurant. Staff were excellent at all times, everywhere. The beds are doubles, not queens, so keep that in mind if you are a larger person. A/C is loud but does drown out the neighbors if you need to. If you were our neighbors, try not to loiter in the hallway, and move along, as you woke us up early each morning. Food is fantastic, everywhere, but I can still make better pancakes (yours are too flat). The beach and sand is fantastic for hanging out, but not to swim as it is normally red flags, swim at your own risk. Resort credits are nice to have but a beginner's golf lesson cost us over $300 + 16% out of our pocket. The Grand definitely has lots of timeshare activity that Sunrise doesn't have. The transportation is very good within and between the three resorts, Nizuk is in the middle.