CSR has 43 suites that cater to the convention crowd but are available to all guests. There are 28 junior suites (queen beds or king), 10 VIP suites (queen beds or king) and 5 Executive Suites. Most of the suites are located in the casita section, but there are a few exceptions: All suites are also located in the casitas, with the executive and VIP suites begin in casita 1. CSR is the only moderate resort to offer suites.
The queen bed junior suite would fit six because the sofa in the second room is a bed. Junior suites are two rooms together, the VIP is 3 regular rooms together, and the executive is 5 rooms together.
The resort has about 28 junior suites, which 628 square feet, basically two connecting standard rooms. The bedroom includes either one king bed or two queen beds and the second room is a single bay parlor with a 42" television, DVD player and much more. The sofa serves as a sleeper bed. The plus is that there are two bathrooms. Parlor suites have an occupancy of 4 or 6 people and cost a bit more than 2 standard rooms.
There are 10 VIP one-bedroom suites. These are equivalent in space to 3 standard rooms or 942 square feet. There is a standard bedroom with one king bed or two queen beds, plus a full bath. The living room is equivalent in size to two standard rooms and includes two seating areas, a wet bar with small refrigerator, a full bathroom and a dining table for four people. It has either a sleeper sofa bed, bringing the occupancy to 4 or 6 people.
The VIP suites are set up primarily for entertaining and are generally used by those staying at the resort for conventions. VIP suites are priced at more than 4 times the cost of a standard room.
Finally, there are a 6 "Executive" two-bedroom suites. These are equivalent in space to 5 standard rooms or 1,570 square feet. The first bedroom has a king bed plus a full bath with whirlpool tub. The second bedroom has two queen beds plus a full bath. The large living room offers two seating areas, a half-bath, a free-standing wet bar with small refrigerator and a dining table for six people. The living room includes a sleeper sofa bed, bringing the occupancy to 6 people.
The Executive suites are set up primarily for entertaining and are generally used by those staying at the resort for conventions. Executive suites are priced at more than 6 times the cost of a standard room.