Though the property shows its age in some places, units are generally well-maintained and have ocean views and lanai. The kitchens are fully equipped, the individually owned units have washer/dryers, and the oceanfront location guarantees a steady breeze that keeps rooms cool; not all units have air-conditioning. The horseshoe-shaped building sits in front of the ancient Hawaiian fishponds of Kalepolepo. Some Hawaiians still fish them using traditional throw nets, but generally the pond serves as protection from the ocean waves, making it safe for children (and those unsure of their ability) to swim in the relatively calm waters. Amenities include a heated pool, shuffleboard courts, and a whale-watching platform on the roof garden.