We were 6 adults, 1 couple (myself and my husband) and 4 singles (my mom, my brother, and my 2 adult sons). Every person had a bed of his/her own. One room (mom's) was furnished with a queen bed- this room had the window AC unit, which she only used one night. The middle room had 2 twin beds and a futon- the guys stayed in this room. The master bedroom had a king bed with attached bathroom- my husband and I stayed here. Box fans were available and used, but AC was not necessary. The house itself was well furnished, spacious, and welcoming. There was plenty of snorkels and masks, but no large fins. Therefore the boys wore reef shoes instead of fins. We used the ocean-going kayak around the house and had a blast. My younger son tried surfing, but failed miserably; fun times no doubt. We were very close to Honolulu and Pearl Harbor; bonus for that.
There was a 1/2 lb of coffee for us when we arrived and a box of mac nuts, which was nice. Sparsely stocked kitchen; we found coffee filters and a couple of odds and ends like plastic cups and that sort of thing, but no condiments were in the fridge, no paper towels, or extra toilet paper. We really had to stock up on a lot of small things when we first arrived. Most places we have rented leave things from previous guests that are still usable. Maybe the previous guests used everything up? I don't know.
The neighborhood is fine, but I would advise closing the front gate, even when you're home. On our first day there we had someone knock on the door trying to sell newspapers or something. Also more than a few times we noticed the side gate near the house was open when we arrived back to the house in the evening. I just assumed it was kids cutting through the yard. No big deal, but something to be aware of. After we noticed that we closed the windows that were easily accessible (over the porch area for instance) when we left for the day.
Oh, and if you are afraid of bugs, like I am, avoid the garage at night! Huge cockroaches live in the garage. I refused to go down into the garage after the first couple of nights. During the day they were not a problem, but at night...ewww. They were also on the porch at night. So no mai tais on the lanai for me. Luckily only one found his way into the house, and one of my big strong men took care of him :)
Other than a couple of minor issues, everything was great and we had a wonderful stay in this home.