Our family of 4 stayed in unit 1814 for a week in June 2014. We had a great trip, and we would select the same unit for a return visit. Check-in was very smooth, and the room has a fantastic view. Interior decorations, carpet, beds, TV, dresser were in great shape. Refrigerator and appliances were new. Warning: the coffeemaker does not turn off automatically. The unit was furnished with plenty of towels, wash cloths, beach towels, a roll of paper towels, salt and pepper, several coffee filters, a small bottle of dishwashing soap, a sponge, a box of Kleenex, and 2 rolls of toilet paper. Concerns: no small glasses and the silverware and plates were standard rental mix. Furniture on the lanai was worn. There is a rental car agency in the lobby, so we could book a minivan for $99 per day. However, you cannot turn the car in until the next day, so we had to pay the $28 valet fee each day we rented a car. There is a concierge in the lobby we used to book Atlantis submarine trip, bus trip to Pearl Harbor, and Germaine's luau. It is an easy walk to the beach. You can walk on the beach all the way to Queen's beach in the heart of Waikiki. We also walked to the capitol and 'Iolani palace, but I would not recommend it as the route goes through some less attractive areas. There is an ABC store across the street with a lot of convenience items: snacks, soap, tee shirts, fruit, milk, juice, beer. There is a Don Quijote grocery store nearby that has decent prices for a much larger selection of food items and souvenirs.