This newly renovated villa is a fully functional high-end 3 bedroom home. It was well-stocked, beautifully decorated, extremely well-maintained and, most importantly, out of the VOG. This by far a better value than any hotel room. If you are willing to do a little cooking, you can save enough in meal expenses to offset the cost of the villa.
If you are contemplating a trip to the big island at this time, our suggestion is to book accommodations no further south than Waikoloa. Our experience for the 5 days we stayed at the Villa was that the VOG typically was south of Waikoloa. We had one bad day at Mauna Kea, but it did not keep us from doing what we wanted. We played golf south of Kailua at Kona Country Club when the air quality index was 153 (see your weather channel app for the various ratings). We thought the trade winds would keep us away from the VOG emanating from the volcano. That proved to be inaccurate. See the Hawaii University wind predictions. They showed the VOG being blown westerly off the island and then a vortex would pull them north around the west side of the island and back out to the Pacific. While the skies were sometimes gray, our trip otherwise was unaffected by the VOG. It might be a good time to go as tourism appears to be down substantially right now. We were told one major hotel was off $1,000,000 in revenues for the month of May.