This was an informal family birthday dinner for son turning 18 years old. He wanted seafood. Everyone eats a lot. Seafood Buffet it is. When I made the reservation online there was no notice about the time limit of 2 hours. I understand buffets, but when I called to add a few more seats, the receptionist was pretty darn rude about the 2 hour limit and the one check rule for groups over 6 and automatic 15% tip. When I am about to bring a table of 14 people at $52 a head, I expect at least a pleasant voice. Not good for kids because it is expensive. Only for informal big groups because it is a buffet, no intimacy here. Strictly to gorge yourself on seafood. Average seafood dishes but plenty. A little slow on replenishing items. They HIDE the good stuff behind the carving station and there is no signage to direct you to where the King Crab Legs and the pasta are. You have to ask or just follow someone who knows. that is frankly offensive. I am giving it more stars than I would have only because my kids were happy they found the good stuff and made it a funny running joke throughout the dinner. The service was prompt and pleasant, though they look like they have worked there forever and act like its been forever, making me feel a bit like cattle. Also, the oceanarium is under renovation so there was nothing special about this particular space. It is supposed to be done in 2017. I wonder if the price goes up when it is done. If so, we wont be back. over $50 a head is pricey for average food, even though it is a buffet. At least the hotel parking is $5 with validation. Without validation it is TEN BUCKS AN HOUR. whaaat???? Tourist hotel. They did bring a special piece of cake with a candle and sang happy birthday. That was a nice touch.