Just over a year ago, my daughters and I did a quickie beach weekend. D#2 had finished her junior year in college (yeah, I'm really late in writing this up) and had had her 21st birthday. She had expressed some interest in seeing where her father lives now, so I found a deal on two nights at the Compass Cove resort. D#1 came along so I had someone to "hang out" with the entire weekend.
This was the view from the balcony of our room. It was the weekend before Memorial Day so it had not yet reached summer temps, though it was warm enough to swim (in the pools NOT the ocean) after the sun warmed the water a bit.
D#1 took a "selfie" of the two of us, sitting by the pool.
Compass Cove was a lovely place to stay. and even included several on-site places to eat, though we preferred to check out the local off-property restaurants. One nice feature was a "Redbox" type of DVD "rental" (free with room key) which allowed you to pick from a fair number of recent films, take the disc to your room, and view it using the DVD player built into the television. D#2 and I borrowed "The Impossible" for a Saturday afternoon movie break. We'd forgotten what it was about -- remembering only that it had been well-reviewed -- until it started playing, and we realized that we were at a beach resort, watching a film about a tsunami striking a beach resort. The film was excellent -- and terrifying.