The facilities and beach are nice, so is the food. The resort is good if you just want to lay back and do easy dives (the seabed is at 75ft) or snorkel. Most of the marine life are macro stuff like nudibranches but the variety is not as rich as Manado or Komodo, in fact some of the reefs were bombed out and there were hardly any reef fishes around.
Even though they provide unlimited shore dives, the only place you can go is the "house reef" which is a 3 small wrecks sunk off the jetty. For hard-core divers who want to see pelagics, this is not the place for you.