The property is beautiful and centrally located. Each building is named after a Hawaiian Island, and I got to stay in the Maui. The island is flooded with roosters, so each morning as sun rise is approaching you will get a wake up call. There is a general store, shopping, and eating establishments literally just feet away in the Coconut Market Place. There is coffee and pastries in the lobby in the mornings, the rooms are nice and clean. The staff is nice and very helpful. Give yourself at least a week on the island. There is so much more to see than what is advertised in the travel books.