This hotel is 10 miles from Tumon (where the beach, large hotels and restaurants are mostly located), and close to Andersen Air Force Base. It is generlly very, very quiet, except when the occasional military jet flies over, which is infrequent. The rooms are large, with very firm mattresses. They have flat screen TVs, a refrigerator, safe, large bathroom with a shower and tub and electronic Japanese-style bidet toilet seat. The signs are ~90% in Japanese, and this hotel caters to Japanese golfers. There were never more than 6 guest cars in the parking lot. A few airmen and women do stay there. The outdoor jacuzzi appears to be permanently closed; the sauna is not working, and the indoor whirlpool tub is full of water, but was not recommended by the staff. One word that best describes the resort would be ISOLATED. If you want privacy and don't need an in-room internet connection, this hotel could work for you (two shared computers are present in the laundry room, with old CRT-style monitors that flicker and a slow, intermittent connection). One on-site Japanese restaurant, that is fairly pricey, with no diners. The resort is only partially built up, with lots of grassed vacant lots where houses were once planned.