The location is not easy to find, and a car is DEFINITELY recommended as the area is not near any attractions and is very residential. Plus, the gate is locked upon arrival, so you have to mull around out front hoping someone is sitting at the front desk and sees you on the camera at the gate. Wifi isn't great, , and was an additional $10 for my 4-night stay. Also, they charge a $100 CASH deposit which I wasn't expecting, so be aware.
Hostels are essentially non-existent in Aruba, so it was a good deal for a solo traveler. I was in a small room, but I had it completely to myself which was nice, and I could control the air which was appreciated. My bed was comfortable, and the staff was friendly, although Barbara (the owner) was on holiday and the manager didn't speak much English which was a little confusing at times even though still very friendly.