Like others have said, this is not a 5 star resort, but it's just what we were looking for. Cute condo, on the beach, away from the craziness of Honolulu, stocked with beach chairs, towels and snorkel gear.
With that said, it's a bit of a drive away from any tourist type activity you may want to do. We drove at least 45 minutes to an hour each day to our destination.
There's a few good restaurants around, it is cheaper to eat out than to cook. I was hoping to cook more since this property had a kitchen, but found that buying groceries at the local market was quite expensive. I recommend shopping in a bigger town before checking into the condo, the local markets have limited stock at a higher price. Also recommend buying laundry soap pods and dryer sheets at home (we remembered the laundry soap but forgot about the dryer sheets). The kitchen is stocked with bare essentials as far as dishes and cutlery, very few spices and not much else. This wasn't an issue for us as we ate out majority of the time. Kaya's Market is a minute walk away and carries all forgotten essentials and has a small kitchen in the back, they serve good, home cooked meals at a decent price.
The polynesian cultural center is close and it's a must see!
Overall, we loved the condo, highly recommend staying here for relaxation and rest!