We stayed 7 days after Thanksgiving 2012. While the complex is not new, but it is very well-maintained. A loud clicking noise from the pool filter building was annoying, however. The site is located in Kapa'a and separated from the highway by the Coconut Market Place, on an east shore beach. Our room overlooked the pool hot tub area with a short walk to the restaurant, and had an oblique view of the ocean. We ate two dinners at the restaurant. Both were excellent. The restaurant service was great, as was the rest of the resort staff--always helpful, and friendly. The room was quite pleasant, with a common room with full kitchen, one dining table and sitting area with a flat screen, and a veranda with a couple of chairs. A second flat screen was in the bedroom. A list of tv stations would be helpful, but none was provided. Granite bathroom counter, but no drawers to put stuff away. A closet-style stacked washer/dryer. We had daily housekeeping for the week and fresh towels every day. The location is okay because it is in the middle of the eastern coast, so travel to the rest of the island is feasible. This makes travel to the rest of the island possible within about an hour, if you can get away before traffic congestion becomes a problem. Kauai uses a reversible travel lane during commuting hours between Lehui and Kapa'a to accommodate the traffic. The four traffic signals in Kapa'a create a lot of congestion on the two-lane highway throughout the day. If you like your resort to be more integrated into the community than being isolated, it is great. A very good value and a place I will remember in the future. The concierge will offer to save you some money on an expensive activity such as a helicopter ride if you attend the Shell Timeshare sales--that will consume a 90+ minutes of your life you will never get back.