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I am interested in a winter week at this facility, specifically a 2BR unit in the 3 story stand-alone Key West building, on the second floor. I realize that there are numerous other Wyndham buildings on the site but my inquiry is specific and limited only to this particular Key West building.
I know already that the Key West building is NOT "out front" near the water and that there would be no ocean view (I don't really care -- I can certainly find the ocean, basically located right across the street).

My question is specifically about the 2BR units in the Key West building. Has anyone personally stayed in a Key West building unit at Wyndham Sea Gardens who can offer any first hand knowledge, experience, opinion about their size, condition, age, suitability, features (either good or bad), etc.?
Many thanks in advance for informed input based on personal experience.
 
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I have, although it was 4 years ago, the units where clean, nicely done (not modern but not stuck in the 80's either). We enjoyed it, take a look on tripadvisor.com for some pics of those units.
 

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Did that...

take a look on tripadvisor.com for some pics of those units.
Thanks; the resort web site also has lots of unit pictures, plus floor plans,
--- but neither can convey actual user satisfaction or overall experience.

I had previously looked at TripAdvisor.com for feedback on the Key West "suites" at Wyndham Sea Gardens. The problem I found at TripAdvisor was that most reviews did not bother to identify the specific building occupied. That's an unfortunate and serious omission, since there are actually about eight entirely separate buildings at Wyndham Sea Gardens --- of widely varying age, style, size and condition. This is why I am trying to zero in on just one specific building. The Key West building is apparently the smallest of all of them (and among the newest). In short, there seems to be very little detailed, informative, first hand user commentary or review. :shrug:
 
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