This is our 8th trip to Kona over the past 15 years, staying mostly at condominiums, and this is by far the establishment that is the least professionally run. Upon arrival, the room was not cleaned. Food and empty bottles were left from the previous guests. Sheets were stripped from the bed, exposing a stained mattress and blood spotted pillows. We called from Hawaii to the manager, located in Seattle, reporting conditions. We asked to be moved to another room. The three rooms at the manager's disposal were all booked. The best that the manager could do was to send a housekeeper out first thing in the morning. We we were asked to make the room up ourselves for the night.
This snafu aside, the condominium was worn out. Bed linens were worn out, towels were torn. The washer and dryer were filled with towels and linens from housekeeper.
On the plus side, the geckos were cute and charming.