I didn't 'not like' anything about the resort, but here are some things to expect at this resort. There are no fridges in the rooms, so packing a collapsible cooler to keep any of your own snacks and drinks cool is a good idea! Rooms without aircon were difficult to get a good breeze / cool off at night. Beds were a bit hard but did provide mosquito nets. Some rooms don't have hot water and some are outdoor showers, and the resort has limited water resources due to the dryness of the region, so showering is a quick and sometimes chilly experience! Overall though, the views, the excellent staff, and the good food and value for money more than made up for it these minor inconveniences.
The resort has amazing views from the restaurant and bar area, and a nice common area and beach. The staff are awesome and always checking to see if you have anything you need, and will bend over backward to help you book things - this may be a bit of a rarity in Samoa! Gorgeous views from the balcony of waterfront (sunset) fales. Some rooms have aircon - we switched to one of these after our first night as we couldn't sleep in the heat. Included breakfast and dinner (half board) was great - breakfast was continental style, and dinner was always delicious - you don't get a choice on what you want, it's a set menu, but they will cater to food allergies or vegetarian preferences - I didn't ask about gluten free. The cheap boat ride (10 tala per person) out to Crab Island for snorkeling was well worth it as well! Store across the road was easy access for cheap bottled water and ice (don't drink the ice!).