So the positive things first: the location is great, two steps from the beach. The Waikiki Beach Bar rents sun beds for EUR 3.50 per day which includes the price of the first drink so it's a good deal. The beach is OK with some tricky areas to get into the water but all in all, fine for a day or two. The apartments are also only a short stroll away from restaurants and shops so really, I would say the location is perfect if you are looking for some life and action. The apartments are nicely decorated in a modern style which I find appealing.
The negatives - for me - outweigh the positives. The first thing that hit me was the very strong perfumed smell in the apartment. I traced it down to the curtains which I thought was rather strange. The second thing was the size of the rooms which are teeny tiny itsy bitsy with a very small kitchen. They have very, very skilled photographers working for them, that is for sure. Also, the apartments are very poorly insulated so basically you feel like you share a room with your neighbours. Every time a tap is opened, a chair is moved, a conversation is had ... you will hear it. I always sleep with earplugs so sleeping was fine for me. The windows do not have bug screens so do not open the window, mosquitos will just charge in. The hotel also doesn't provide any mosquito plugs which is usual on this island. Please go discover the rest of the island, there are some AMAZING places to stay, this is not one of them.