As a transient boater the last slip i wanted to be placed in was between an abandoned sail boat with loose rigging and tarps flapping in the wind that had so many cob webs you could tell no one had visited the boat in a while. I don't want to have something like that in my field of sight let alone be stationed next to it. Of all the slips available I expected not to be next to a derelict. The restroom, laundry, shower facilities are located are well inshore and you will have to walk through a mob of public past a couple restaurants to get to them.
For the price of the slip i would expect a little more out of slip location and quality of wifi was poor. There was a vessel by the name of "Liliana" with a naked trucker lady silhouette their music was so loud the speakers were distorting, Very interesting group that partied well into the night. I don't know if they are annual slip holders or not.
Floating docks, Beautiful view out over the river, Farris wheel was incredible to watch, enough restaurants you could stay for a week and not eat at the same place. Night life is incredible, Dock hands and staff were very accommodating and helpful. Usually always something going on from a farmers market to live concerts, yoga, morning swim sessions. Shopping galore if you like to shop its great. Walking distance to the Gaylord Center you will have to catch an uber, taxi or shuttle to the MGM from here though.
Next time we are going to slip up closer to DC so we can metro around to some museums and stuff. Surprisingly its much cheaper to slip in the district.