Everything about the stay was great: the rooms were comfortable, the location was fantastic (although we got in late at night on the 20th and weren't exactly sure where we were going in the dark—by the end of our stay, we weren't using the GPS anymore), and the neighborhood is quiet with a spectacular view of the mountains. The photos here are accurate but don't really do the place justice. The kitchen is fully stocked with gadgets and cookware (and many of the staples you'll need like olive oil, salt and pepper and spices) and Steve left us a gift basket with coffee, fruit, a snack and granola to get us started! It's vacation opportunities like this that make me say I'll never stay in a hotel again—we had friends staying in the Hilton on Waikiki and they were envious of us (and we paid a LOT less per night, especially when you consider food in restaurants, etc.). If I had to make a suggestion, though, it would be to stock some reusable water bottles, travel mugs, canvas/mesh grocery bags and a cooler of some sort: we saved our water bottles, our iced coffee cups and plastic shopping bags to reuse when we could but it would be nice to have something more substantial (a SMALL quibble—it may not be practical).