Okay, let's start with the positive. The location does have a good beach view. The refrigerator and the shower are very high quality. The owner was responsive to questions. Fast internet. Nice washer and dryer. Unfortunately, that's about all I have for the positive column. Starting from the outside in, the first thing you'll notice is the smell. It's not constant, but every other time you arrive at the condo you get a slight whiff of sewage drifting by. You open the door hoping for a reprieve and you're greeted with a strong musky odor that goes well beyond the typical tropical scent many places have in humid areas. This is an oppressive wall of moisture stank that necessitates an immediate opening of all windows and doors. Now that you're inside you will notice that the place is crazy small. Listing it as sleeping five does not take in account actual human proportions. The "bedroom" is the size of a decent closet with a bed wedged in so tightly that you can barely tuck the sheets in, which leaves almost no room for a suitcase or any other bags to be open in the room. The living room/kitchen is the size of the bedroom you were hoping for, but here you must cook, eat and find somewhere for three people to sleep. The sleeping part is supposed to be done on a L shaped couch where one person sleeps on the L and two more have to sleep on the part that folds out. To give you a mental picture, that's three people sleeping in a row across the length of the short side of a small couch. Luckily, my children are small, but if I had to sleep there, my feet would have hung off by over a foot. Listing this place as sleeping 5 is a serious stretch. Five what? Five normal size humans? No. Five middle school girl scouts? Maybe. Also: The area is very rural. Not lush rural. No good coffee nearby rural. There's nothing you'll really want to visit until you get up to Pupukea which is 35 minutes north and has good food, beaches etc. Once you wedge yourself into the bedroom you will be listening to the audio stylings of the Kamehameha HWY. for the entire night as the highway is just outside the window. Also, be aware the first time you open the dishwasher that the door weighs somewhere in between two and three hundred pounds. Lastly, if you are wondering why none of the knives are sharp, see the glass cutting board provided. Who uses a glass cutting board? Might as well draw a rectangle on the granite counter and say that's a "cutting board."