Our Deluxe Bird of Paradise, from $117 to $177 per night, is located in the gated community of Kuilima Estates West (KEW) on the grounds of the Turtle Bay Resort. Five minute walk to restaurant and pro shop, and 10 minute walk to the resort Hotel & Beach. The condo can support 5 to 6 people. KEW supports abundant parking for guest, pools, and tennis courts.
MAJOR FEATURES: Enjoy our beautiful, private condo, located on the grounds of the full-service Turtle Bay resort on the North Shore of Oahu. The ocean-facing condo is far from traffic noise and located within the “Gold Coast” of Kuilima Estates West, which includes swimming pools, tennis courts, ping pong, BBQ, ample parking and security within the gated property.
• Unobstructed views of golf course, beach and surf beyond
• 2nd floor unit with better privacy & cool on-shore tradewinds
• 5-minute walk to Lelei’s Bar & Grill, putting green & pro shop
• 5 minutes more to the first class hotel, restaurants, beach, horse stables, car and bicycle rentals, massage, hair dressers, full service spa, and wedding services including leis and flowers, and important help with little or no cost.
• the condo has Internet access, Wifi, Ethernet cable, 2 flat-screen TVs, stereo, tennis & snorkeling gear, boogie boards, rubber raft, and men & women golf clubs, and tennis rackets, board games, and dozens of DVDs and CDs.
CONDO DETAILS: This lovely two bedroom second floor unit includes a master bedroom and a second bedroom upstairs in a loft. The veranda looks out onto the 1st fairway of the Fazio Golf Course and other greens and fairways beyond. The ocean surf peaks through native trees along the white-sand beach lining the shore. It’s a great location that catches the trade wind breezes that cools the unit naturally, but also includes three ceiling fans and an air conditioner. It has been newly remodeled with all new appliances and two HD flat-screen TVs, one 54” in the living room and a 32” inch flat screen in the master bedroom that includes a clever built-in DVD player. The bath room has tub and shower combo. King bed is in the master, a queen in second bedroom, queen sofa sleeper in living room, futons for extra guests, and a crib. There is one assigned parking, plus numerous stalls for guests. Cable television service, internet access, wireless, and a CD music player are included. On the veranda which is fully screened, an elegant dining set offers great views of the landscape. Sports gear on the veranda are also available for use without charge. There is a washer and dryer, dishwasher, stove, refrigerator and many kitchen appliances, waterless cook ware in the unit for your convenience.
RESORT GROUNDS: Located in a lush, gated tropical setting alive with areca palms, frangipane flower trees, and hibiscus, this condo unit is within walking distance to many attractions accessible to you: fine dining, a day spa, kayak tours, hula dancing, luau feasts, access to a second golf course (the famous Palmer Championship course), helicopter tours, horse back riding, surfing lessons, a safe swimming beach, biking, miles of walking trails, beachcombing, safe snorkeling on a coral reef, or just relaxing.
IF YOU NEED MORE SPACE TO STAY? We have a good relationship with our next door neighbor which can accommodate an additional 6 more people. So if your party is upwards of 7 or more, it would be possible for your group to stay side-by-side in two adjacent condos.
NEARBY ON THE NORTH SHORE: By car, it’s a few minutes drive to the supermarket, walking distance to fruit stands, and you’re also 10 minutes from several famous surfing spots including the Banzai Pipeline, Sunset Beach, Ehukai, and Waimea Bay. The spectacular Waimea Canyon Botanical Gardens and Falls are adjacent to the Bay. Old Town Haleiwa (including quaint shops, world-famous Matsumoto's Shave Ice, art galleries, restaurants), beaches and the boat harbor is 20 minutes west where you can visit farmer markets, supermarkets, sport fishing opportunities, and guided tours that include swimming with sharks. Further west are skydiving and glider rides available at Dillingham Airfield for the real adventurous! To the south are other attractions including the Kahuku garlic shrimp vans, Laie Point lookout, Polynesian Cultural Center, Kahana Bay State Park, Crouching Lion Restaurant, Kualoa Beach and Ranch, and Kaneohe’s ancient fishponds.
KAWELA BAY (also known as PARADISE BEACH) is a true hideaway just west of the Turtle Bay development and a 45 minute walk from our condo. This spectacular bay has towering forests on land, a horseshoe shaped beach with no buildings that it partly shaded by the forest. Kawela Bay is also protected from heavy wave action and is safe for kids.
Keywords: Condominium, ocean & golf course views
We are two marine biologists, and we enjoy relaxing at this property when we have a little time off
We love the North Shore. We especially love visiting it during winter time when the big waves give unforgettable shows
Our condo has two bedrooms, a king bed. 2 queen beds and a futon. Our condo borders a golf fairway and with great views of the golf course and a window of the beach and ocean beyond. As an upstairs unit with a loft, there is better privacy, security, views, and ventilation from the onshore trade winds. It is located far away from the highway and resort noise, and when the windows are opened, the cool onshore breezes avoids the need to turn on the AC and ceiling fans in the condo. In fact we owners have never found the need to use the AC. The condo as 2 HD TVs & 2 DVD players, DVDs, cable TV, internet access, wifi, a full kitchen with many appliances & many other upgrades. Sport toys stored in the condo include 3 boogie boards, men & women golf clubs, tennis rackets, beach chairs, several snorkeling sets and a rubber dingy.
Turtle Bay is at the northern tip of the island of Oahu and is the farthest destination on the island from crowded Honolulu, Waikiki and remaining sub-cities to the south. It is the only resort situated in a windward rural area on the island. If you enjoy soft evening breezes, clean air, and dark quiet nights, then Turtle Bay is the best destination for visitors. The 3 nearest towns, Kahuku and Laie to the south and Pupukea-Haleiwa to the west, are quaint and popular destinations for both locals and visitors. There is a hospital at Kahuku.
The region is blessed with healthy pristine trade-winds during most of the year which keeps the region cool and lush from intermittent rain showers. Turlte Bay is at the northern tip of the island, adjacent to the North Shore to the west and the 'windward side' to the east which stretches from Kahuku at the northeast end, and Waimanalo at the southeast end of the coast. There are many parks, the best beaches and beach parks, botanical gardens, a few small restaurants and shopping centers and mostly small villages along the coast. Kaneone is the largest town along the northest coast, about 25 miles south of Turtle Bay. Other natural attractions are the ancient fishponds of Kaneohe Bay and the only offshore barrier reef and lagoon in Hawaii with many beach parks and opportunities for boating, fishing, diving, opportunities. Kaneohe has a large mall with movie theaters, and a community college. Another college is located at Laie near the Polynesian Cultural Center, a major tourist attraction about 5 miles southeast from Turtle Bay. Another nearby popular attraction is a breathtaking view of windward coast from Laie Point.
Neighboring Kawela Bay to the west of Turtle Bay is a spectacular secluded beach surrounded by rain forests known locally as 'Paradise Beach'. It can be reached by car across Kam highway opposite the fruit stands just west of the Turtle Bay resort. Kawela Beach can also be reached by walking west along the coast from Turtle Bay. Further west is Pupukea which supports the most popular snorkeling site, 'Sharks Cove Marine Life Conservation District' with spectacular reef fish and corals. Further west is the world reknown surf sites at Bonzai Pipeline (Ehukai), Sunset Beach and Waimea Bay. Waimea Falls Park is a popular botanical garden across the hghway from Waimea Bay. Futher west are additional famous surf sites including Chuns Reef to the west. Further west is Haleiwa Town, a meccca for artisans, surfers, divers, farmers, and related fruit stands, boutiques, surf-dive shops, other quaint shops, several restaurants, a famous bridge, a few shopping malls, several beach parks, and one protected small boat harbor which supports diving and sport fishing opportunities. World famous Haleiwa shave ice is also available at several stores in the middle of the town.
Turtle Bay Resort not only supports two large gated residental communities but supports a five-star hotel with all the major associated ammenities, including massage and hair parlors, restaurants, spas, saunas, swimming pools, beaches, volleyball, safe swimming areas etc. Horse-back riding, tennis, and golf are available there. Visitors can rent bicycles and snorkeling gear and otherwise explore the many beaches and paths within the resort and beyond for many miles in both directions along the coast.
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My Standard Rate
5 night minimum stay
|Notes||This rate of $198 applies to federal holidays and connecting weekend days as follows:
Martin Luther King Day. Valetines Day (2/14) to Presidents Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day (7/4), Labor Day, Discoverers Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas(12/25) to New Year's Day (1/1).
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