Ko Olina Villa Rental Photos and Description
2 or 3 Bedroom, 2 or 3 Bathrooms, Sleeps 4-8
Just purchased another fantastic larger villa! 3Br/3Ba townhouse (1br/ba downstairs, 2br/2ba upstairs). Let us know if you're interested in an even bigger, better Ko Olina Villa!
Ko Olina Villa with new street legal golf cart to zip you around the fabulous Ko Olina Resort & Marina. Steps to the Ko Olina Lagoons - Beach, Ko Olina Golf Course, Beach, Disney Aulani, Marriott Beach Club.
All new in 2011! New furniture, appliances, decor, beach gear, golf cart - everything brand new and waiting for you to enjoy on your Hawaiian vacation.
The unit is 'stocked' with everything you need - from a crib & stroller for your little ones to boogie boards, snorkel gear, beach toys and of course the brand new golf cart for the 'big kids'. Cal King bed with fantastic memory foam mattress in the master and twin beds in the 2nd bedroom. You won't want to leave, but if you do, Costco, Safeway, Target are just a few miles up the road. Pearl Harbor & Waikiki are a short 30 minute drive and the North Shore surfing spots are about an hour. Ko Olina has the best beach on Oahu, golf, a marina and fabulous restaurants.
Please note, although the MAX occupancy is 6, the villa is best suited for family of 4 or 5. Two couples also work well if one doesn't mind twin beds. 6 people are considered (and comfortable) only if one is a baby or young child (that can use the provided crib or small child size aero-bed)
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- suitable for elderly or infirm
About Property Mgr LaniHonua
Our family had been visiting Ko Olina for 6 years and fell in love with it from our very first trip. We have 2 children and have seen them go from infants to surfers during our trips to Ko Olina! We look forward to welcoming guests and hope that they return year after year to enjoy the wonderful Ko Olina family lifestyle we love!
Property Mgr LaniHonua purchased this villa in 2011
Why Property Mgr LaniHonua chose Ko Olina
We have stayed at both Marriott hotels, several other Ko Olina condos & even the new Disney Aulani, but when we found our villa knew it was 'the one'.
It felt the most like a home and a getaway at the same time. The ground floor location, attached garage and walk out lanai to the grass area was an absolute 'must' for us. We wanted to be able to leave the doors open and let the kids have some freedom to play outside. Many of the condos in Ko Olina, while beautiful have very little actual outdoor space. The LaniHonua villa has a great lanai and lots of outdoor room to 'run around', kick a ball, ride the provided bikes, scooters, etc.
We also love that after a long day at the beach or shopping, there's no need to haul groceries or beach gear from a parking garage, into a freezing elevator, down a long hallway and then ending up on a tiny lanai facing your neighbor!
What makes this villa unique
Fantastic Golf Cart/Gem - read the reviews - it's everyone's favorite and a 'must have' for truly enjoying a stress free Ko Olina vacation. Zip to the Aulani, Marriott Beach Club, Ihilani, ABC Store, Ko Olina Marina - anywhere you want to go - in just minutes with no parking hassle or cranky kids that don't want to walk when they're sandy and salty. Lug all the beach gear in the handy 'pickup truck' type back - fits 4 beach chairs, a cooler, all your sand toys - what fun!
Guestbook comments from the owner
*****There is a place in this world where I am happy all the time. That place is on Koio Drive and that place has a name, Lanihonua: Heaven on Earth. I get up in the morning in my house, listening to the exotic birds chirping and smelling the sweet scent of Hibiscus outside my window. The warm tropical air wafts in through my window, refreshing me after a deep sleep, and drawing me outside. Watching the palm trees swaying slowly in the light breeze, I marvel at the amazing vibrance and range of color. The pinks, yellows, and reds of the hibiscus flowers, the green of palm fronds, all the way down to the chocolate brown of fallen coconuts. Back inside, I get out some eggs, bacon, and pancake mix to make a plethora of food for my family when they rise. This is a morning in my happy place.
We bike to the beach, Mom, Dad, little brother, and I with the trailer and supplies. Tommy Bahama folding beach chairs at the ready, we score a pilapa to relax under for the day. Burying my feet into the soft sand, I whip out my Kindle and start reading, my favorite pastime. My little brother runs down the beach and immediately falls face-first into the crystal clear warm turquoise water, laughing all the way. Having cooled off, he sets to work on building the best sandcastle this beach has ever seen. I read for a while, futilely pretending to not be interested in the mirror flat lagoon protected by a barely visible breakwater. Having quickly lost that battle with myself, I follow my brother’s footsteps into the water below. We frolic and play in the water together until noon, when dad announces that it’s time for lunch. Drying off, I mount up and bike across the street to the local market for sandwiches and chips to take back to the beach; mouthwatering pulled pork for me, cheeseburgers for everyone else. Back at the beach, sandwiches are scarfed down with the addition of curly fries and finished off with an ice cream (or two). Then it’s back in the water for the rest of the afternoon. This is daytime in my happy place.
As the sun gets lower in the sky, seemingly sinking into the ocean, the cotton-candy clouds turn bright pink, orange, purple, and red, fading sunlight casting a soft glow on all of the people and structures around me. As a final farewell, the sun projects a shimmering image on the glass-like water, forever burning the image of a perfect sunset into the minds of all who are present.