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- Minimum stay:N/A
- Pets allowed:No
- Wheel chair accessible:No
Fully furnished, this spacious studio apartment meets the needs of someone looking for taste, quality, privacy and comfort. This unit was remodeled in 2007, features bamboo and travertine flooring throughout and new contemporary fixtures in the kitchen and bath. It occupies an entire second floor, a structure that is separate from the main house, with private entry and panoramic view of the ocean and mountains in either direction.
Set directly off of beach access, the view from the king sized bed overlooks the Mokulua Islands as does the furnished covered balcony. For those who enjoy those extra comforts, fine linens are provided, outdoor shower (w/hot & cold water), beach towels, picnic area in large tropical landscaped setting and private washer and dryer.
We welcome Earth Friendly Products and make them available upon request.
- Vacation Rental
- Non Smoking Only
- 0 Bedrooms, Sleeps 2, Beds for 2
- King size beds (1)
- 1.0 Bathrooms
- Bathroom 1
Kitchen & Dining
- Clothes Dryer
- Washing Machine
- Air Conditioning
- Linens Provided
- Unit located on 2nd floor No elevator,
- DVD Player
- Satellite / Cable
- Wireless Internet
- Deck / Patio
Location & View
- Mountain View
- Ocean View
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A perfect escape
A perfect escape
We spent 10 days at the Lanikai Escape in November 2010. The property is fantastic - it's a quiet getaway on the best beach on the island. Here's a tyical day - wake up when you want (because it's quiet so you can sleep in!), head out for a light run around one of the top real estate districts in Oahu, enjoy a coffee on your Lanai while listening to the birds, walk to the beach, take a nap, read or frolick in the surf with the handful of others that are enjoying this hidden gem! Lanikai is a great location - away from the rat race of Waikiki but close enough to drive in to the action to take in a hot spot restaurant or go shopping. Lanikai has no ammenties (which keeps it quiet) but it is close to Kailua, a great beach town with all the ammenties. About the property: Lanikai Escape was spotless throughout - everything you need plus some extras! There are plenty of hidden savings with this place as well; the full kitchen allows you to dine in, parking included, use of beach towels and toys, and you can use the owners sea kayaks which saves on rental fees! If you long for that dreamy walk up a powdery soft, sandy beach path, surrounded by lush tropical foliage, to an aqua blue ocean oasis, Lanikai is the place for you! The owners are wonderful people that truly make you feel welcome on their property. They are excellent ambassadors for Hawaii and made me feel like I had my own local connections. They were there to answer any questions we had and extend a helpful hand, but were very respectful on giving us our own space as well. They've mastered the art of owning a rental property - I can't say enough good things about them. I'd most definitely stay here again and wouldn't hesitate reccomending the place to others. Look no further.
- Guest Lyall
- Date of stay 11/03/10
- Review Submitted 11/16/10
Recommended for: Sightseeing, girls getaway, adventure seekers, romantic getaway, age 55+.
From $231/night 30% down to hold a reservation. Balance due 60 days before check-in $100 security deposit, $150 cleaning fee, 4% processing fee Holiday and peak season rates and required length of stay May be different than quoted above Credit cards, cash, checks and wire transfers accepted
Note: Until confirmed, rates are subject to change without notice.
This owner accepts: Credit cards.
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View from Deck
Apartment from Beach Path
Kitchen and Dining
Deck with View
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