Aloha. Hale Kona Kai is known for its location. It is a small, quiet, well-kept complex within easy walking distance of Kona’s downtown. It’s surfside, about the closest you can get to the ocean unless you are swimming. Many of our guests return year after year.
Our unit, #202, is on the south end of the building providing additional privacy away from the pool and away from the other wing. Most of what you see is the ocean. Hale Kona Kai’s units are one-bedroom and the property is entirely non-smoking, with easy private high-speed internet access. Its proximity to the ocean makes it a wonderful place to kick back with a cool drink to enjoy nature’s many offerings oceanfront. If cooking doesn't feel like a vacation there are dozens of restaurants to choose from within walking distance and many more a short drive away.
Begin your day with breakfast on the lanai, watching a school of spinner dolphins swimming by---it is a fanciful show. Looking south you can also see the accomplished surfers. At lunchtime you will likely watch sea turtles sunning themselves on the lava rocks just feet below our lanai, and no one will want to miss the unobstructed view of the romantic sunset. You will not tire of the beautiful scenery throughout the day as it is ever changing. Many guests comment on their restful sleep as they are lured into the land of nod by the rhythms of the ocean surf.
This unit has been tastefully renovated and is well-maintained. It has a comfortable new king-sized bed, a fully-equipped kitchen, fresh paint, a fully tiled shower, and new appliances. It is decorated with a “spirit of aloha” and ready for your enjoyment with all the comforts of home. We leave the condo outfitted as we want to find it when we come to stay.
We have many repeat visitors year round. The building has a heated pool, reserved parking, an elevator, and on-site coin laundry facilities on each of the three floors.
There is so much to do on The Big Island. Here is a just a small list: swimming, surfing, boogie boarding, snorkeling, golfing, hiking, kayaking, walking, whale watching, scuba diving, biking, shopping, dining, and more. There is also great bird watching, botanic gardens and waterfalls to see, and don’t forget the many sacred Hawaiian ancient sites. If you’ve ever thought you’d like to see a volcano close up this is your chance! The Big Island has a little something for everyone and it never feels crowded.
The thing most people ask after visiting is when they can return.
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We bought in this location because it is so close to the ocean and walking distance from so many great attractions. There is also a nice cross breeze making using the air conditioning optional.
Most guests find it hard to leave the lanai, there is so much to see, dolphins, paddlers, surfers, turtles, distance swimmers, cruise ships, it's a changing landscape on the ocean.