Deluxe/5 Star One Bedroom - Clean - on the 3rd Hole of the Fazio Golf Course
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- Pets considered:No
- Wheel chair accessible:No
Turtle Bay condo description
September 1 - 8 is the 50th anniversary of Polynesian Culteral Center...lots going on...
Welcome to the Kuilima Estates that is nestled in the center of one of the two championship 18 hole golf courses on the grounds of the Turtle Bay Resort. This is home away from home with the vacationer in mind. Sleeps up to 4 people.
Newly refurbished and furnished one bedroom/one bathroom first level self contained condo.There is a new stove/oven, Fridge/freezer, toilet, Sink, vanity mirror cupboard, AC, new screens and tracks all with in the last year. The owners make sure everything is up to date and maintain it very well.
Start your day with breakfast on the screened lanai with the mountain view.
There are 5 pools with BBQ areas and 4 regulation tennis courts with in the estates. One of the tennis court and pool is a hop, skip, and a jump away from your condo you are vacationing in.
The pristine sandy beach is only a few minutes for you to enjoy sunning, relaxing, shelling, swimming, surfing, snorkeling...etc. The resort also offers golf, horseback riding, shopping, fine dining, and entertainment.
The North Shore has many different eating cuisines to choose from whether it be a restaurant or a roadside eateries.
There are many beautiful wide pristine beaches that stretch for miles...Sunset Beach, Banzai Pipeline, Waimea Bay, Chun's, Lanikai, Haleiwa Beach Park, Mokuleia
Keywords: Turtle Bay North Shore Oahu
Condo on golf course
When to Go to Oahu
Most visitors don't come to Hawaii when the weather's best in the islands; rather, they come when it's at its worst everywhere else. Thus, the high season -- when prices are up and resorts are often booked to capacity -- is generally from mid-December through March or mid-April. The last 2 weeks of December, in particular, are the prime time for travel to Hawaii. If you're planning a holiday trip, make your reservations as early as possible, expect crowds, and prepare to pay top dollar for accommodations, car rentals, and airfare.
The off-season, when the best rates are available and the islands are less crowded, is spring (mid-Apr to mid-June) and fall (Sept to mid-Dec) -- a paradox because these are the best seasons to be in Hawaii, in terms of reliably great weather. If you're looking to save money, or if you just want to avoid the crowds, this is the time to visit.
If you plan to come to Hawaii between the last week in April and early May, be sure you book your accommodations, interisland air reservations, and car rentals in advance. In Japan, the last week of April is called Golden Week because three Japanese holidays take place one after the other. Waikiki is especially busy with Japanese tourists during this time, but the neighboring islands also see dramatic increases.
Due to the large number of families traveling in summer (June-Aug), you won't get the fantastic bargains of spring and fall. However, you'll still do much better on packages, airfare, and accommodations than you will in the winter months.
Because Hawaii lies at the edge of the tropical zone, it technically has only two seasons, both of them warm. There's a dry season that corresponds to summer (Apr-Oct) and a rainy season in winter (Nov-Mar). It rains every day somewhere in the islands any time of the year, but the rainy season sometimes brings enough gray weather to spoil your tanning opportunities. Fortunately, it seldom rains in one spot for more than 3 days straight.
The year-round temperature doesn't vary much. At the beach, the average daytime high in summer is 85°F (29°C), while the average daytime high in winter is 78°F (26°C); nighttime lows are usually about 10°F cooler. But how warm it is on any given day really depends on where you are on the island.
Each island has a leeward side (the side sheltered from the wind) and a windward side (the side that gets the wind's full force). The leeward sides (the west and south) are usually hot and dry, while the windward sides (east and north) are generally cooler and moist. When you want arid, sunbaked, desertlike weather, go leeward. When you want lush, wet, junglelike weather, go windward.
Hawaii is also full of microclimates, thanks to its interior valleys, coastal plains, and mountain peaks. So if the weather doesn't suit you, just go to the other side of the island -- or head into the hills.
When Hawaii observes holidays (especially those over a long weekend), travel between the islands increases, interisland airline seats are fully booked, rental cars are at a premium, and hotels and restaurants are busier.
Federal, state, and county government offices are closed on all federal holidays.
State and county offices are also closed on local holidays, including Prince Kuhio Day (Mar 26), honoring the birthday of Hawaii's first delegate to the U.S. Congress; King Kamehameha Day (June 11), a statewide holiday commemorating Kamehameha the Great, who united the islands and ruled from 1795 to 1819; and Admissions Day (third Fri in Aug), which honors the admittance of Hawaii as the 50th state on August 21, 1959.
Other special days celebrated in Hawaii by many people but which involve no closing of federal, state, and county offices are the Chinese New Year (which can fall in Jan or Feb; in 2012, it's Jan 23 and the year of the Dragon; in 2013, it's Feb 10 and the year of the Snake), Girls' Day (Mar 3), Buddha's Birthday (Apr 8), Father Damien's Day (Apr 15), Boys' Day (May 5), Samoan Flag Day (in Aug), Aloha Festivals (Sept-Oct), and Pearl Harbor Day (Dec 7).
- Vacation Rental
- Guests Provide Their Own Meals
- Housekeeper Optional
- Non Smoking Only
- Pets Not Allowed
- Children Welcome
Bedrooms: 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 4, Beds for 4
- (1) CA King size bed (1) Queen Sofa Sleeper
Bathrooms: 1 Bathroom
Kitchen & Dining
- Coffee Maker
- Cooking Utensils
- Air Conditioning:
- Towels Provided:
- Clothes Dryer
- Parking Off Street
- Linens Provided
- Washing Machine
- Hair Dryer
- Iron & Board
- DVD Player
- Broadband Access
- Wireless Internet
- Sports & Activities
- Tourist Attractions
- Away From It All
Location & View
- Mountain View
- Water Skiing
- Basketball Court
- Jet Skiing
- Health/Beauty Spa
- Sight Seeing
- Theme Parks
- Fitness Center
- Horseback Riding
ReviewsWrite a review
Clean, up to date, great service
Clean, up to date, great service
Great condo everything up to date and working. Very clean. It was nice to sit out on the screened lanai for breakfast. The bed is very comfortable and roomy as I am over 6ft tall. Annette, the manager offered to do shopping for a small fee as we arrived late at night, it was nice to have the groceries for a midnight snack and breakfast. When we gave her a call about any issue she came over to fix it.
- Guest relaxed (Canada)
- Date of stay 01/25/13
- Review Submitted 03/30/13
Recommended for: Adventure seekers, age 55+, romantic getaway, sightseeing.
My wife and I and our son and his wife and toddler (in separate condos) spent some very relaxing days here on the North Shore. The condo borders the 3rd hole of the Fazio course and one can sit out on the screened lanai and watch the sunrise and the golfers pass by. Although the locals regard the North Shore as windy, we, from the Canadian prairies found that not to be true. I am a golfer and really enjoyed, not only the two courses there, but the green fees and the weather. One can walk the Fazio course after 3 p.m. for only $15 In addition, we can't say enough about our manager, Annette. She was most helpful with any request we had, even to the point of driving in to the resort to give our son a boost for his rented vehicle. The condo is immaculately clean and Annette is fastidious about making sure everything is in good condition, including the screen for the lanai. Good work, Annette and mahalo
- Guest kribob (North Battleford, Saskatchewan)
- Date of stay 03/08/13
- Review Submitted 03/26/13
A fabulous experience in every way!! The photos and description of the condo are perfectly accurate. The kitchen has every appliance, dishes, and pots that you can think of. The linens and towels are high quality. The condo was beautifully cleaned and set up. Loved the golf course view from the lanai. The location next to Turtle Bay Resort is ideal for going to the beach, dining at the resort (especially loved Ola Restaurant), and taking advantage of the resort's activity center. The booking manager is extremely professional, eager to answer any and all questions, and has excellent advice. She really adds to the experience of renting this condo. The nearby Polynesian Cultural Center has great exhibits, luau, and evening show. We highly recommend this condo.
- Guest California Travelers (San Francisco)
- Date of stay 02/08/13
- Review Submitted 02/20/13
Recommended for: Adventure seekers, age 55+, romantic getaway, families with young children, girls getaway, sightseeing.
Nice condo, but dealing with management for our security deposit was a pain.
Nice condo, but dealing with management for our security deposit was a pain.
I agree with the previous positive reviews about the condo - it was very nice. It's tastefully decorated and the Turtle Bay complex has lots of pools and is a short walk to a nice beach and restaurants. Unfortunately, our stay at this condo left a bad taste in my mouth that I wanted to share with future renters. . . I hadn't received our security deposit or any notice about it 2 weeks after we left. When I emailed the manager, she apologized and said she'd ask the owner to send. Four hours later, she emailed saying that we would not receive our entire security deposit back because of a tear in the lanai screen (she sent a picture of a tear that was less than an inch long - her finger was next to it). After several emails discussing the issue, she refused to refund my entire deposit, despite my argument that a) the tear could have occurred from the outside, b) there had been other renters in the condo since we left c) it had already been the 2 weeks and she was required by Hawaiian law to notify me (and return the money) by then and d) we didn't cause the damage. I've stayed at many vacation rentals and I've never been charged for something so petty. It wasn't worth pursuing legal action, but I won't stay there in the future or recommend it to others. There are plenty of condos in the complex, I'd recommend staying at one with a more reasonable manager.
- Guest Rebecca (San Francisco Bay Area)
- Date of stay 12/17/12
- Review Submitted 01/15/13
Manager response: I had told Rebecca that the screens were new just before they had come into the condo. The owner put out a lot of money to replace tracks and screens. The day of her departure was when I took the photo on December 22. The rip is coming from the inside. This was the reason to charge for the screen. This is not normal wear and tear Rebecca signed a contract saying any damages would come out of the security deposit. This was a damage to a new item. The owner's go to a lot of expense, time and maintenance for the comfort of all guests who stay at the condo.
My husband and I spent 2 months at this great Turtle Bay condo. We found everything very clean and the kitchen was well stocked with everything that you could need. The combined kitchen,dining and sitting room is very spacious and has a great view of the golf course and the mountains. The king size bed was very comfortable, had good linens and lots of thick towels in the bathroom. The kitchen cupboards have been upgraded and the furnishings are good. We loved having access to all that Turtle Bay has to offer. The hotel has had some great updates in the last year and we loved having our coffee by the pool overlooking the bay and watching the surfers on all the great waves. I really loved all the walking trails - over 12 miles. We walked to Sunset Beach along the shoreline to the west enjoying the stunning views. The trails go for miles to the east of the hotel and we walked to Kahuka a couple of times and spotted Hawiian Monk Seals basking on the shore. We would definately recommend this condo and hope to return in the next couple of years.
- Guest Cal and Jack (Baden,Ontario, Canada)
- Date of stay 01/05/12
- Review Submitted 03/22/12
Recommended for: Adventure seekers, age 55+, romantic getaway, families with teenagers, families with young children, sightseeing.
One of the Nicest condos
One of the Nicest condos
We come every year and have stayed at many condos at Turtle Bay and this is one of the nicest. Decorated with great taste. Very comfortable. Very clean as well
- Guest Joyous (California)
- Date of stay 05/01/11
- Review Submitted 05/09/11
Recommended for: Adventure seekers, age 55+, romantic getaway, families with teenagers, families with young children, girls getaway, sightseeing.
$155 - $195 per night 4 nights minimum $195 - $225 per night for less than 4 nights $1008 - $1267 Per Week $3300 - $4350 Per Month $100-$150 Cleaning Fee depending on length of stay $400 Security Deposit fully refundable as long as there are no damages December 15 - January 5 - $195 per night 7 night minimum High Season: Jan, Feb, March, June, July, August, December
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