Pros: This is the newest of the bunch, and it's really a resort for people who don't like resorts.
It's great for families, but doesn't feel overrun by kids. There are five pools, all set at different temperatures, including a graduated pool that is perfect for both adults and kids. Some of the fun amenities include free Ukulele classes, free Go Pros for guests to use during their stay, and free hula lessons. One of the highlights is Morimoto's restaurant that also has an outside, formal bar where you can order apps and drinks while watching the sunset. Overall, it's perfect if you're looking for something airy, modern, and relaxing.
Cons: If you don't like modern, boutique-style hotels and would prefer the amenities of a traditional resort, this might not be your jam. It's also more family and couple-friendly than some other hotels, so if you're single and ready to mingle you might want to pick somewhere else.