Ko Olina (Kapolei, Hawaii, United States)

Ko Olina (Kapolei, Hawaii, United States)

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 453 vacation rentals near Ko Olina. From 238 condos to 105 villas, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Ko Olina for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

A slice of Oahu paradise

While it looks like it's been dreamt up by Mother Nature, Ko Olina is actually a master planned resort. It's been beautifully executed, anchored by a quartet of artificial lagoons lined with sugar-white sands and swaying palms. Inside, you'll find luxe hotels, a world-class marina and a smorgasbord of places to wine and dine. Traveling with little ones in tow? While Disney's Aulani resort is a treat, nothing beats the laid-back atmosphere of Ko Olina vacation rentals. With spacious living areas, sparkling pools, and sunny terraces, you'll have everything you need to make a splash.

Luas, leis, and hula dancing

Ko Olina's lagoons are utterly dreamy, with clear waters and soft sands. You can swim, snorkel, and paddleboard, or enjoy a leisurely stroll along the waterfront promenade. Want to work on your par? Why not snag a tee time at the Ko Olina Golf Club? Or even better, take advantage of Ko Olina vacation rentals and stay at one of the club's villas or condos. Whether you're visiting Hawaii for the first time or are a vacation veteran, traditional Luau performances are a guaranteed good time. Paradise Cove and Fia Fia Luau offer two of the best shows, with pre-show games, hula dancing, and sumptuous buffets.

Honoring the fallen at Pearl Harbor

Beyond its aquamarine lagoons, Ko Olina unlocks access to some of Oahu's top attractions. Honolulu is just 20 miles to the east, harboring glitzy Waikiki Beach, sparkling Hanauma Bay, and the dramatic Diamond Head National Monument. History buffs shouldn't miss Pearl Harbor, one of America's most moving World War 2 sites. The offshore USSÊArizonaÊMemorialÊhonors fallen service members and offers a fascinating glimpse at the attack, the aftermath, and the shipwreck itself.

A haven for winter sunseekers

As with the rest of the region, winter is high season in Ko Olina. From December onwards, flocks of snowbirds and sunseekers descend on Oahu, which means Ko Olina can fill up fast. If the resorts feel a little crowded, why not secure your own slice of paradise with Ko Olina vacation rentals, where you can enjoy limitless privacy and idyllic comfort? Fall is a fantastic time to enjoy a quieter vacation, when airfares drop and there's still plenty of sunshine to soak up.

Discover the lush Waianae Mountains

Ko Olina's lagoons may be crafted by settlers, but the resort doesn't scrimp on natural beauty. Ko Olina vacation rentals are set against the lush Waianae Mountains, which makes them the perfect place to discover both the ocean and the jungle. There are also plenty of opportunities to enjoy the Waianae Coast, with the marina serving as a jumping point for whale watching tours, dolphin watching trips, and dive expeditions. For a glimpse at Hawaii's infamous big wave surfing scene, a day trip to Makaha is a must. In winter, its beaches serve up monster swells that can reach heights of 30 feet.