We stayed in the 2 bedroom Konea 705 unit at the Honua Kai complex in Kaanapali in November 2016. Setting up our reservation through Maui Westside Properties was a simple and efficient process. For some reason, my phone wouldn't allow me to use the number pad when we arrived on the island, so contacting the reservation agent via phone wasn't possible. I sent an email instead, and received a return phone call almost immediately. We were assisted by Kristin upon arrival, and she was wonderful!
Konea 705 was perfectly spacious for us, and the couple that we were traveling with. We had a couple of issues with basic housekeeping supplies (no additional trashbags for the kitchen area, and all of the extra toilet paper and kleenex was in one bathroom, instead of distributed equally, which we didn't know about until we asked our friends if they had any extra TP in their bathroom, since we didn't enter each other's spaces), but Kristin came to the rescue again on the trashbag issue, and brought us more very quickly.
The beds were very comfortable, everything worked well during our visit - plumbing, TV, laundry - which was great, and we LOVED the types of keys they use for the condos at Honua Kai! (They're a rubber bracelet type of thing. Awesome!) Wifi didn't work at all when we were out on the terrace, but worked fine once inside.
The property is pretty awesome. We were there without kids, but it seemed like the families that were all there were enjoying all the amenities as much as we were. Free valet parking was great! The beach wasn't too crowded on any given day that we were out there. We used the pools, and really liked the environment around the "quiet pool", of course.
There is only one full-service restaurant on site, called "Duke's". We didn't have a single bad meal there. From the happy hour menu, to breakfast, to lunch and dinner on various days, we ALL enjoyed everything we ordered. The service was awesome, too. Servers and bartenders were all very friendly and accommodating.
The gym in our building was well-appointed. But we also got a lot of exercise walking the beach path to Whaler's Village, and around to various dinner spots around Kaanapali. When we didn't walk, we were able to catch a cab. And my friend and I tried to take the bus one day (returning from Whalers), but wound up getting on one heading the opposite direction than we needed to go! We should have asked the bus driver, but we didn't. Had we asked, we would have gotten on the right one, and been back at the property in about 20 mins, it seemed. Anyway, point being, there are loads of ways to get around town, if you haven't rented a car.
I would definitely recommend Honua Kai as a property, and Konea 705 as a rental unit.