Kailua Kona Condo Rental Photos and Description
Studio with large full bath, nice kitchen & close to Kona attractions
This studio condo is freshly updated and conveniently located. If you're tired of paying for a high priced hotel but want the luxury of having your own kitchen in a great location, then this Kona West studio could be for you. The remodeled kitchen has new appliances, cupboards, sink & counter tops, sorry no dishwasher. The full sized bathroom has also been completely remodeled. With a comfy queen sized Murphy bed, there's plenty of space to relax after sightseeing or a day at the beach. The unit is equipped with cable TV, 42' LCD flat screen TV with DVR. Player for your ipod as well as wireless internet are provided. Other amenities include beach towels, beach chairs, cooler & full sized fridge in the kitchen. The Kona West complex has a small pool, gas BBQ area, coin laundry facility & plenty of on site parking.
This studio condo is convenient to all that Kona has to offer. In fact, if you've been to the Big Island previously and just want to 'chill' this time, you don't even need a car. It's just a short walk to the grocery store, shops, restaurants, farmer's market & even the beach. If you're in town for business, vacation or to train for Ironman, this is a great location!
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
Why Anne Cole chose Kailua Kona
We chose to live at Kona West because of it's ideal location to so many things we like to do without having to get in the car and drive. Whether it's outrigger canoe paddling, snorkeling, surfing, dining, shopping or just relaxing on the beach, it's all a short walk away from here. The Ironman Triathlon starts just a few hundred yards away, making this an ideal place to watch or train for it. The iconic Mokuaikaua Church sits right off the lanai with its soothing carrillion chimes sounding off the time every hour in the tropical breeze. Snorkel or swim at Kamakahonu beach, stroll with your morning coffee along the seawall and out to the pier or go out to breakfast at one of the many picturesque restaurants on Ali'i Drive. Sit out on the lanai and look up to the east at Hualalai volcano or west at Hulihe'e Palace and the blue pacific through the palm trees. If you feel active jump into the ocean and swim along the buoy marked swim course for Ironman or walk a few blocks down the street and lap swim at the Kona Aquatic Center. Play a game of tennis at the Kona public courts or do some rollerblading out at the Old Airport. All within walking distance of the neighborhood.