Indian Lakes bills itself as a "resort", but I wouldn't go that far. There's hardly anything resort-like about it, except maybe the golf courses. The rooms in the hotel are clean, but the place is getting a bit old, so I can't really say that it's anything fancy. They have a restaurant that I have never eaten at. The prices in the restaurant are pretty high, and there are just so many other choices within a 10-minute drive that it's not worth it. There is a neat little bar in the main hotel area, as well as a dance/nightclub. I don't know how lively those places get on weekends, but on the weekdays there's not really much happening. I would recommend staying someplace else.