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We stayed in D6 for thirteen nights and enjoyed it very much. The condo has all the amenities that are needed for a stay such as ours. Very well equipped and nicely appointed. The view is truly spectacular and never tires. We look forward to...More
We stayed in D-33, which is a top floor ocean front unit. The place had everything we needed (washer/dryer, sand chairs, beach towels, umbrella, boogie boards, snorkel gear, ice chests, well stocked kitchen) and was clean. They don’t do daily maid service, but they had...More
We stayed in Unit D-24 and it was very nicely decorated, recently painted and kitchen updated, very clean. The view was fantastic, looking right out towards the ocean. We were constantly entertained with whale and dolphin sightings (bring your binoculars); people parasailing, swimming, paddleboarding, canoeing,...More
Dark,dingy and outdated unit. Carpet needs replacing. No curtains on bedroom window, too much outdoor light made it hard to sleep. Office never open when you need it. Staff pleasant enough. Furniture in living area very uncomfortable. Double bed hard as a rock. Owners of...More
We just returned from a week in Kailua-kona for my parents 50th anniversary. The location of the condo is perfect: a short walk to restaurants and shops ( only one resort between the condos and the small town area.) We had a one bedroom ocean...More
US$144 - US$419 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Depends on how you define ‘swimable’. There is a small sandy beach to the side of the condo. But it looked like rocky entry so not sure how swimable it is. There are some public beaches further south. To sit on a beach with... More
Depends on how you define ‘swimable’. There is a small sandy beach to the side of the condo. But it looked like rocky entry so not sure how swimable it is. There are some public beaches further south. To sit on a beach with sandy beach, we went to Mauna Kea resort area- this is a Marriott resort. You need to get there early to get in - limited public parking, but free. You can rent chairs, boogie board, snorkel gear, etc, from Kona Reef.