I killed 3 pincher bugs and 1 spider. Not cool. However, the staff was top notch. They gave me a free nights comp that doesn't expire. It's because of the staff that I'm even interested in using my free room comp.
Staff members were very friendly and helpful to event the smallest details. The bed they couldn't help. It was not a firm bed. Tossing or turning would bounce the entire king bed from one end to the other. It was not restful. The room was quiet. The breakfast was a real breakfast, not mere donuts and treats. Eggs, hash browns, bacon sausage, pastry, cereals, fruit juices, etc.
Overall experience was good. However TV never worked the whole time we stayed there. Said they were switching cable providers. Luckily we were out of room for most of day! Pool and hot tub need a little work. But rooms were clean and all staff were very nice!
About halfway between Los Angeles and San Diego, Mission Viejo's dramatic landscape--it sits in the Saddleback Mountain Valley-- was sparsely settled until the 1960s, when it became one of the largest (and most successful) planned communities in America. Mainly residential, Mission Viejo retains its heritage with many Spanish mission-style homes.