|Minimum Stay||5 - 7 nights|
Kalanikai is a small complex with an 'old-Hawaii' feel. Located in the heart of downtown Kona, it provides conveniences not available in most condo complexes, yet in a lush Hawaiian setting. Our place is on the second floor.
Walk a block to the oldest church in the Hawaiian Islands, as well as along the sea wall, pier, and to restaurants, the farmer's market and other shopping. Walk to the Kona Inn Shopping Center and listen to Bosco the One Man band 7pm to 9pm Friday and Saturday nights. We are 4 miles from Cosco and near Walmart, Safeway, Longs, banks and the post office.
Our Kalanikai home has a full kitchen, with a breakfast bar. We have a large screened lanai that looks over the garden and resident Red Headed Cardinals. We have beach chairs, towels, coolers and some snorkel gear available. We have wireless internet. We also have a 42 inch HDTV in the living room, and an HDTV in the bedroom. There is a lovely pool and BBQ area available for dining and fun. We have a designated parking stall, just a few feet away from the stairs, assigned to our home.
Hawaii TAT No. W39339936
Keywords: Hawaiian,Rental,Vacation,Kona,Hawaii,Kalanikai,Kailua Kona
We love Kailua and the Big Island of Hawaii. We bought our second home in 2003. We rented it as a long term rental for several years. At this time in our lives we are spending time at our place and sharing it with other's is a way to 'have our cake and eat it too'. We hope you will love Hawaii as much as we do and make wonderful memories at Kalankai and on the Big Island.
Very well maintained property, with all needed amenities, including laundry in the unit and pool right below. Excellent lanai (balcony) with insect net and luxurious tropical greens insuring privacy... For parties over 2, the Murphy bed is more than comfortable! Only 2 little minuses: a little hot, and noisy sometimes in the bedroom. Anything else was perfect! Highly recommend! Cannot beat this price!
I was in Kona for work and the location of the Condominium was near my office. The unit was very comfortable and clean. The a/c cooled the living room and kitchen and there were fans for the bedroom and bathroom areas. The bed was very comfortable. The washer and dryer came in handy for my stay. Could have used a sunk in sink for the bathroom instead of the bowl sink and the door to the bathroom was in the way. I like that the unit was conveniently located near the pool. I had a problem with the shower head and Bruce was very responsive and got right on it and had it fixed by the time I got home. I would definitely stay there again.
What a great location, everything was easily within walking distance if you wanted to walk! If we had not been with a group we probably could have skipped the car rental. Their home was very nice, there was everything you needed for home & the beach. The Murphy bed was a bonus, both beds were very comfortable. I recommend going through the bins under the TV on the first night. There is a ton of information and history for the Big Island...Definitely recommend their home, they were very responsive to all questions and concerns.
Great location, clean, quiet, and comfortable. A/C greatly appreciated. Lovely tropical setting. Several excellent guide books for the Big Island. Bruce and Bernie were outstanding owners! Great communication. They truly want you to have the best experience possible. No problems because they've thought of everything.
I spent 5 days at this unit. The Kalanikai complex is very nice, and full of very nice people. While I was there I looked at a few units for sale, and Bruce and Bernice's place ranks up as a top unit. They do a nice job of providing a home away from home. The screened lanai is great for coffee or dinner. The bed is comfortable, and there is adequate storage for your things. The kitchen and bathroom are clean and fully functional. I recommend that you rifle through the cupboards before you shop. There are unopened non-perishables up there. It is an easy walk to Kona town from here, and you really are 3-5 minutes from town by foot. I rented a car, but only used it to go up to Hapuna Beach, and to get groceries. There are a number of cab companies (Uber is illegal in Hawaii) that you could use for this and not need a car at all. Finally, since I was looking for a unit here, I got to interact with the owners more than usual, and they are very nice and helpful people. For the reasonable nightly cost and the high level of convenience, this is a very good opportunity to stay in Kona on a budget and not miss out on anything at all.
The condo needed updating if you were going to live there long term, but as a rental it didn't matter. And the bathroom was annoyingly small. But the great location, and the fact that it had EVERYTHING you could ever want, made it a great place to stay.
Kalanikai is located in the heart of Kailua Kona. Many of our guests come here without a car. However, if you want to take in the grandeur of the Big Island you will want to have transportation.
We are just 3-5 minutes walk from many restaurants and shops located along scenic and historic Ali'i Drive. The oldest church in the Hawaiian islands and a royal palace, now museum, are among the attractions 5 minutes walk away.
A protected small beach, suitable for young and old, is less than a 10 minute walk. Great snorkeling is accessible from this area and the site of the Ironman race start, finish, and swim are located here.
Besides snorkeling, there are a range of activities right out your door as well. They include para-sailing, jet skiing, paddle boarding, biking, and kayak and canoe paddling.
If you are not a water enthusiast there are plenty of oceanfront restaurants, lounges, bars, and parks for you to enjoy the good food, cocktails, and a sunset.
You are in the heart of some of Hawaii's rich historical grounds and sites. The oldest church in Hawaii, made of lava and corel with a beautiful Koa interior is just across the street. Kona also has one of the few royal palaces, now a museum, in Hawaii (the only State to have royal palaces) and is located next to the church. One of King Kamehameha I's favorite places, and location of his final days is on the shore of Kailua Bay. The site still holds the heiau and sacred grounds.
Spinner Dolphins put on aerial displays while you watch the sunset or paddle board in Kailua Bay. The Humpback Whales join them from December through March.
When you are ready to venture out of Kona you will find that there are so many sites to see, many withing 30 minutes drive, that you can not possibly see and do everything in a two week vacation. A few spots to hit include: numerous beaches located both north and south of Kona, historical sites that hold communities, sacred grounds, and the best observable petroglyphs in Hawaii. If you venture further away from town you can visit the birthplace of King Kamehameha I, the mountain known as Mauna Kea where the world's finest land-based telescopes peer into the clearest skies in the world, and the world's longest continuously erupting volcano, Kilauea, continues to build the Island of Hawaii. Coffee farms, rugged lava coastlines, historic Hilo town, and botanical gardens all provide many days of sightseeing and outdoor fun.
Hawaii TAT No.-W39339936
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
Oct 1 2017 - Oct 22 2017
7 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
5 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$250|
|Clean under 14 nights||$150|
Rates are subject to change until reservation is confirmed.
Rental is limited to guests listed in the reservation request at the time of booking.
5 night stay minimum
Refundable damage deposit - $250.00
Hawaiian Tax additional 13.4%
$150.00 cleaning fee for stays of less than 14 nights
October Week of Iron Man Rates - $125.00 - 7 night minimum
For cancellations less that 60 days prior to booked arrival, we will refund the amount for which we can rent the unit during the scheduled time.
Hawaii TAT No.-W39339936
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.