I've lived at the Breakers Resort for two years at the Winter Beach Village. I stayed in a two bedroom apartment and the heat did not travel equally among the rooms. My room was always so cold, while my roommate's room was always too hot. We could never really sleep comfortably. The walls are thin, so you can hear doors slamming next door, people walking upstairs and conversations from afar. Management is very unresponsive and rude when they do respond. The front gate security isn't reliable. Sometimes they let guests in without anyone calling them in, which can be very dangerous within the neighborhood. Quite often, they don't answer their phones. Same goes for management. When you try to contact your village office, you have to leave them a message and they definitely don't get back to you in a timely manner. Parking is very inconvenient. I got my car towed, without any warning, and had to pay $250.00. I've learned that they have a private towing company that goes around the neighborhood looking for cars to impound, so BEWARE. They are horrible at plowing the snow, melting ice with salt or raking the leaves. Sidewalks and streets will stay covered or slippery for weeks. I lived on the first floor, and the way the front porch is designed, makes it very prone to floods. Even some parts of the sidewalk will get flooded and it can be very difficult to walk your dog. My carpet near the front door and sliding door got drenched and all management did, THE NEXT DAY, was bring in a large and very loud fan that had to stay on for three days straight until the carpet dried. Which, by the way, is using up the energy on the bill that I paid. I've also rented out a clubhouse before, and the prices are very unreasonable ($100 for just 5 hours) and got charged extra because there were a few crumbs on the floor that we missed vacuuming. Honestly, I would not waste any part of my lifetime living at the Breakers ""Resort."" I was so ecstatic when the lease was up.