2 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, sleeps 4
Pool / Spa
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Minimum age of primary renter:25
Max guests:4 (sleeps up to 4 adults)
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
It was the perfect place for us. Close to everything we wanted to do and see. The condo was stocked with everyThing you could possibly need to enjoy your vacation.
We would definitely stay here again !
Thank you for your review of our property. We strive to make our unit comfortable for our guests. We enjoy return visitors and hope to see you again. Mahalo and may the Aloha Spirit stay with you.
Margaret Jacoby & Gayle Connell
Great condo clean.
Thank you, Robert. We were pleased to host your vacation in Kona, HI. We strive to make our guests feel comfortable while on island and appreciate your comments.
Mahalo, and we hope the Aloha Spirit stays with you as you travel home.
~Margaret Jacoby & Gayle Connell
Thanks so much, Jill. We strive to make our unit comfortable for our guests. We would love it if you would let your friends know about us if they are traveling to Kona.
Mahalo and Aloha.
Home away from home
I have stayed in this complex in previous trips. This was one of the best equipped kitchens and lots of beach gear. Very nicely decorated. I will book this townhouse again.
Mahalo, Nancy. It was a pleasure hosting you. We strive to make our unit a little "home away from home" in the middle of Paradise. It would be our pleasure to host you again in the future.
Aloha, Margaret & Gayle
Our 1st visit to The Big Island and so happy with choosing this condo. Lovely, clean, and spacious for our family of four. You'll have the typical necessities for your beach adventures and everything you'd want to come home too after.
Owners are great with communication and have lots of great information to share.
Gated community so you feel safe. Close to everything. I don't have anything bad to say about this place.... Can't wait to come back!
Mary - Mahalo for your kind and generous review. We are so glad we were able to make your first visit to The Big Island enjoyable. We are sure you will want to return and we will be here to host you and your family.
Aloha, Margaret & Gayle
We had a wonderful visit. Loved the property and look forward to a return visit sometime in the future.
Dennis - thanks so much for your review. We enjoyed your stay and hope you will return to the Big Island soon. We will be here waiting to host you in the future.
Mahalo, Margaret & Gayle
The Big Island has the most diverse eco-system of the Hawaiian Islands. On one side you will find lush tropical rainforests and botanical gardens and on the Kona side you will find hiking through lava fields and great beaches, numerous coffee farms.
The Waipio Valley is located in the Hamakua district. Spectacular views of the valley can be experienced from the panoramic lookout above or the black sand beach below. You can take a mule-drawn wagon ride through the valley or ride horseback.
Akaka Falls is a beautiful drive from the Kona side of the island. Walk through lush tropical plants to view the spectacular 422 feet high falls close up.
While you are in the area, visit Hilo with its many beaches, gardens and quaint downtown.
Punalu'u Black Sand Beach is not to be missed. Native green sea turtles come to rest on the black sand. You can swim, snorkel or just relax with a picnic lunch. There are restroom facilities available on the site and a lifeguard on duty.
Hapuna Beach is the widest white sand beach on the Kona side of the island and the "Best Beach in the United States." There are picnic tables, restrooms. The beach is a 1/2 mile long, almost always sunny, continuous shoreline break. Great fun to swim, snorkel or boogie board. Lifeguards on duty.
Kahalu'u Beach Park is about 1/2 mile from the resort. It is also known as "Turtle Beach" because the native green sea turtles (Honu) come there to sun and feed. Snorkeling is magnificent - lots of brightly colored fish swim around and you might even bump into a turtle swimming beneath you. The deepest spot is less than 10 feet and a life guard is on duty.
The Volcano - Kilauea is the active volcano on the Big Island. The most recent eruption began in 1983 and was significant in the Spring of 2018. This most recent activity has forced the closure of Volcanoes National Park and surrounding neighborhoods. The Kona side of the island was not in danger and experienced some VOG for a month or so. It is about a 1.5 hour drive sount from Kona.
Mauna Kea is a dormant volcano also on Hawaii Island, located about 1.5 hours from Kona. It is the site of the best star-gazing in the Island and the home of Maunakea Observatories which hosts astronomers from 11 countries and 13 working telescopes. Because it is approximately 14,000 feet above sea level, be sure to dress warmly if you are going star gazing. Be aware there is 40% less oxygen which could cause breathing problems.
There are so many activities and cultural site to visit on the Big Island. You will have to return many times to see them all.