My wife and I throughly enjoyed our time at Pililaau (PARC). The front desk staff were great, accommodating, and friendly. The facilities could use a bit of attention to maintenance, but were satisfactory in general. We started out in a "studio" which was very oddly arranged—totally inefficient use of the space. Our last night we moved into a two-bed unit which was contained in the same size sq ft space as the studio, but laid out much more efficiently. It is well suited for those stationed on Oahu who can bring their own food and supplies. The beds were only marginal as far as comfort goes, and as others have noted the kitchens did not have a lot of dishes/utensils. The Army seems to be letting the sea wall go by not repairing broken sections. But as far as we are concerned any negatives were outweighed by the positives—picturesque location, slower pace of life, access to local services, convince to the Norrh Shore and southern island locations, etc. There are plenty of good restaurants in the area and highly recommend the family-run Coquito's Latin Cuisine Restaurant a short walk from the front gate. This was our first time on the leeward side of Oahu and we will return to this peaceful location far away from the hustle and bustle of Waikiki.
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