This beach-side cabana was newly constructed in 2001 and remains in immaculate condition. Equipped with many amenities, it is located just 100 steps along a private beach access path to the shore of world-famous Kailua Beach. Enjoy the caressing trade winds on your private lanai - surrounded by swaying coconut palm trees and tropical foliage. Wash your cares away in the exotic and private hot/cold outdoor shower. Dry off with fluffy over-sized towels and slip between the Egyptian cotton bedding of your queen-size bed. Awaken to enjoy the all cotton spa robes and your complimentary gourmet coffee.
The cabana is very private, located in a residential neighborhood on a dead-end, beach-side lane. It is a separate cottage, sharing a tropical landscaped yard with the owner-occupied, plantation-style home. The owners are available to provide you with as much, or as little, advice and help as you wish.
The owner is licensed in the state of Hawaii to perform marriage ceremonies.
Amenities: Private Parking and Entrance, Phone, Wireless High Speed Internet Access, Cable TV, DVD, CD Player with assorted jazz/ Hawaiian CDs, Hair Dryer, Ceiling Fan, Microwave, Coffee Pot with Gourmet Coffee, Toaster, Stoneware, Glasses and Cutlery. Refrigerator, Iron and Full-sized Ironing Board, Linens, Bathrobes, Beach Towels, Beach Chairs, Boogie Boards,& Cooler provided. This is a Non-Smoking Property. The owner is licensed in the state of Hawaii to perform marriage ceremonies and will do so upon request. Mahalo, Julie
We wanted to thank you for providing a cozy, comfortable, and truly amazing place on earth to spend our time on Oahu. Our stay was, unfortunately, too short, but we honestly loved every minute of it! The cabana was more than what we expected - thank you for the basket of goodies, and all the amenities that make it so special and comfortable. Your decorating was inspirational to me! Sorry we never had the chance to visit with you after the first evening, but we seemed to be on the go all the time. We did rent a kayak near the canal and paddled out to the island on Sunday when it was calm and beautiful; also had a nice dinner at Buzz's that evening. We spent most of Monday at Pearl Harbor, which we are so glad we did as it was a very moving experience. We had intended to snorkel at Hanauma Bay that day also, but ran short of time, so we just drove there and "observed." We'll catch that next time! Tuesday was spent driving north which was amazing scenery! It was quite relaxing to stop along the way at the beaches, grabbing some yummy shrimp scampi, shopping, etc. Thank you for all your helpful recommendations! We would love to visit again some day...your cabana will forever stay in our minds!
Dan & Peggy, Minnesota
World-class Kite surfing and Windsurfing, Beach Walking on the Three-mile White Sands of Kailua Beach, Hiking the Koolau Mountains, Swimming in Kailua Bay, Kayaking with Sea Turtles, Golf at the World's Most Difficult Koolau Golf Course, Tennis, Surfing, Fishing, Horseback Riding, Sightseeing, Snorkeling/Diving, Boating, Sailing, Boutique Shopping, and Excellent Nearby Restaurants.
Other Activities: Wind and kite surfing, Kayaking, Beach walking, Boogie boarding