The resort has been lovingly renovated, and the rooms are very nicely furnished. Each unit is slightly different, but all are pleasant and clean. It’s across the street from the ocean, but the ‘Ilima building is very close to the road. The ‘Ohi‘a Lehua building has obstructed views of the ocean but a roof deck area on which to relax has better views. They also have a very pretty patio area. The Hibiscus building is farthest from the road and has the pool. Sunsets from their deck are great.
This property has a 24-hour desk and grab-and-go food available. Free hot full breakfast every day as well as bike rentals and other beach gear available on site. Great staff here with a lot of aloha.
Their latest rate increase cost them their Solid Gold rating for this edition. There are no room safes (some were planned at press time), but you may use the one at the front desk. DVD players are available upon request. Standard rooms with mini fridge and coffee maker only (252 sq. ft.) are $269–$339, studios (252 sq. ft.) are $299–$389, junior suites (375 sq. ft.) are $349–$419, suites (sleeps up to four in 500 sq. ft.) are $399–$489, 1/1, 2/2 or 3/2 penthouses (850–1,800 sq. ft.) are $579–$729.