Thank you! This was the first time I heard it used like that and had no idea where to go. I plan to visit it in a few months. No one in my party either trip we have planned wanted to stay based on pics though.It feels like the place where your rich mother in-law who hates Disney but wants to go on vacation with the grandkids would stay. The most obvious features of the central courtyard are the adult pool and a bocce court. The architecture and furnishings feel like a 55+ neighborhood built by Toll Brothers.
I know what Okay Boomer means in modern slang, just that use I couldn't see how that fit a hotel lol However it's not for *all* those over 55+ it really is meant for those nearing or just entering the retirement years. I've seen someone use it to insult their 80 year old neighbor only to have everyone laugh at them for using it wrong. The silent generation is a totally different mindset than the boomers and not all boomers are seniors. But the mindset is what people poke fun of more. Having parents from the silent generation, being GenX and raising GenZ offspring I find the whole Boomer-Millenial fight to be funny.It's used as an insult to dismiss or mock anything related to those over 55. LOL usually it's used when the youngin is mad that the boomer has more money and more benefits then they do but basically it's meant to say the person is old, out of touch and what they like is unimportant. pretty much how we treat the seniors in this country. lol
I have not been to Riviera yet so not going to bash it. Most folks here hate it which is not surprising, but it has been well received on other sites. I have heard the complaint about being able to see the Caribbean beach resort. I only know one person who's been and they like it. did say that it was more "adult" which was a plus for them.
I'll be down in March not staying there but I'll go peek to see what all the boohaw is about.