My wife and I got married on Valentine's Day at Disney World. Before the wedding, I stayed with my bride's family in a 2-story villa at the Bay Lake Towers (at Disney), so it set the standard pretty high for hotels to come. After tying the knot at Disney, my wife and I headed off to Key West to celebrate our honeymoon. Upon checking in, we went up to the 2nd floor (out of 3) room, and we were quite disappointed with what we saw. It was a "courtyard view" room, and the view was not very impressive at all. The hotel makes a "U" shape, toward the ocean, and we were at the bottom end of the "U" - NOT facing the ocean. It was very dark, and we both said to each other, "We left Disney World for this?" I got the room with Starpoints (buy 5 nights, get the 6th free - 12k points per night), so I was worried we wouldn't be able to get an upgrade. However, I recently upgraded to Gold (thanks, code UI), so maybe it would turn out alright? In the end, it turns out a happy attitude trumps all else! I went to the front desk and said, "Hi, my wife and I just checked into our room. We just got married at Disney World, and this is our honeymoon, and the room is not what we expected to spend the next week in. Is there any way we can get something with a pool view, or just any other room than that one?" She looked around on the computer and put us in a "partial ocean view" room for the week, and there was MUCH more than a "partial" ocean view. It was fantastic. That's the view from our balcony. Here are a few more shots of/from the balcony. The room itself was very nice. It was just big enough, it was clean, and the design cues were modern. It was "tropical" without smacking you over the head with a tiki torch.