Kaluakoi Condo Rental Photos and Description
Condo, 1 Bedroom + Convertible bed(s), 1 Bath (Sleeps 3)
Paniolo Hale is a unique, secluded condominium complex located on the west end of Molokai. The area's beautiful beaches are only a 2 minute walk from our front door. Our Unit is a privately located one bedroom/one bathroom one story corner unit. It resembles the type of Hawaiian cottage one dreams of.
The 5 french doors open on both sides of the screened wrap-around 400 square foot lanai. This ensures trade wind breezes through out the condo. The living room furniture is brand new with a full size futon couch. There is a new flat screen tv. The floors and cathedral ceiling are wood throughout,except for the cool tile in the remodeled bathroom. There is a ceiling fan in the living room. There are skylights in both the bathroom and well-equipped kitchen adding to the natural light in the condo. The bamboo loungers on the lanai invite you to rest, relax, and read. The wicker table on the lanai awaits romantic, candlelight dinners.
Because Paniolo Hale is on the west end, there is a sunset for happy hour every night. There is surfing in front of Paniolo Hale in the winter and snorkeling in the summer. Our condo has boogie boards, snorkel equipment, beach chairs and coolers...everything you need while vacationing on Molokai! The kingsize bed with sateen sheets is welcoming at the end of the day as you drift off to the sound of the waves.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair accessible
Guestbook comments from the owner
We had a wonderful time in your beautiful condo. We are sure, that we come back to Molokai some day, but would like to stay longer next time. One week is not enough!! We love the beaches, landscape and much more we love the honest and friendly people.
One day before we had to leave Molokai I recognized that I couldn’t find my traveller checks. We looked everywhere but they were lost. So we asked ourselves where I could have left them. Several days ago, we bought something at the “Wine and Spirit Shop” in Kaunakakai. So we went there to ask if somebody had found them. And I couldn’t believe it, these people in the store found them and took them to the police after waiting a few days. I was so glad and thankful that they took care of my traveller checks. Next day – our departure day - we could pick them up at the police department . This was one of the good experiences we had with the Hawaiian people living on this island.