We did not meet the host, but her representative was there waiting for us when we arrived, and Gloria was very nice and charming. The two-bedroom apartment was perfect for me, my wife and our small children for 4 days. The pool is nicer that we expected (we went for the beach) and it's right on the beach. The apartment comes with a card that gives you access to a large umbrella and two chairs on the beach, which was great. (Get down to the beach early as they do fill up by mid-morning. When there were none available, the hotel staff was very good about alerting us when an umbrella and chairs became available). Additionally, there is a nice beach chair in the apartment, along with children's beach toys, a small rolling cooler and we donated a small beach umbrella to go with the chair. The balcony is nice for sunsets, but it faces the main street so it's not very inviting overall. There were 2 full beds and one queen (I believe). They were comfortable enough. The building is a bit aged but the apartment itself felt well-updated and maintained.
The apartment is 75 yards/meters from a 7/11, and a couple hundred yards/meters from a giant Walmart with a grocery store in it.... so you really can stay there with a car. I don't think my wife and kids left the apartment and beach once we checked in... and I made one big trip trip to Walmart to get groceries and uber'd back with the bags. One or two other times I walked over to the 7/11, but generally I wasted no time on prepping for the stay and we just enjoyed the beach.
There are some aspects of the building that are a bit quirky: as we were getting out of an uber at the front door to the lobby, the valets immediately and somewhat bluntly told us that, because we had some luggage, we had to go around to the service entrance... basically a garage/beach entrance to a service elevator. It was a minor annoyance that should not reflect on the host or this apartment, but there was no easy way to walk to service entrance with rolling bags, so it was awkward rolling/carrying bags and holding our kids' hands through the dark parking lot. After checking, we saw it was clear you could also just walk through the lobby to the service elevator... so it seems like an unnecessarily obstacle of entry.)
Overall, the apartment was very large, comfortable and valuable for the cost.