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"This house was so beautiful and right on the ocean with a white sandy beach. The bedrooms were fabulous. We each had our own private suites and the great room area was fun for everyone. This house is not only beautifully designed in an island style but it came equipped with absolutely everything we needed. The gourmet kitchen was the best! It had beautiful tropical wood floors and bamboo ceilings. My family loved the sunset views right from our back yard.
The management was great and so helpful, even set up massages for all of us right there in our lanai's.
We are definitely coming back!"
Guest: MollDate of Stay: December 2014Review Submitted: January 12, 2015
"I had the good fortune to spend a few days at Hula Moon and I was blown away by how perfect this home is! First of all, everything is just top notch. The ocean front setting is enchanting and the design of the home is grand old island style but with a modern twist. The master suite and 3 guest suites are outfitted perfectlly. The baths are comodious with the 2 downstair suites encorporating grand outdoor showers. That was a favorite for me!! The sleeping quarters are spacious with fabulous views and decks for the 2 suites above and porches and beach access for the 2 downstairs suites. Everything is stocked and in place - ready for your every need. Beautifully appointed kitchen, dining and lounging inside and out, black bottomed pool for cooling off, so many places to just curl up and read a book. My daughter did not want to leave. We are definitely planning on coming
back. Soon, I hope! By the way, I tried to press the 5th blue star above, but all of them lit up."
Guest: LisaDate of Stay: April 2015Review Submitted: April 23, 2015
"This unit is such a fantastic deal... not to mention that it now has a new kitchen and baths !!!
The convenience of this unit is unmatched for unloading and going back and forth to the beach without a lot of hassle up and down stairs.
The pool and outside areas are kept immaculate and the people are very nice and friendly.
The Puako store is the best... amazingly has almost anything you need in a pinch."
Guest: AndyDate of Stay: May 2014Review Submitted: July 22, 2014
"Our party of five (parents, two college kids, and one of their friends) stayed at this Puako condo for a fun spring break trip that didn't break the bank. The condo decor is island style without being kitschy and was very clean and comfortable. We did not use the AC and were comfortable with the sea breezes and the fans moving air through. For a group with different abilities and interests, the location is perfect. My husband and I liked to get up early while it was still cool and go for a walk or an early snorkel (the snorkelling at the end of Puako Beach Drive was amazing -- we saw turtles, a manta ray, and a multitude of varieties of coral and tropical fish). We would come back to the condo for breakfast and pack up a picnic lunch and head out to a sandy beach where the younger set could boogie board, etc. (Puako Bay is mostly lined with lava tide pools.) Hapuna, Beach 69 and Mauna Kea Beach all within 5-15 minutes drive. Beach towels, four folding beach chairs, a small cooler, four boogie boards, two beach hats were all provided by the condo, stored in the study. Sometimes we picked up sandwiches from the general store next door, which also had a used book exchange and good rental DVDs. One morning we walked along the beach trail that starts at the end of Puako Beach Drive and in fifteen minutes were eating breakfast at the outdoor restaurant at the Fairmount Orchid resort. The trail to the Petroglyphs is close by the same resort. One nonbeach day we drove to Waimea for lunch at Pau restaurant and then north along the Kohalo ridgeline and on to the end of the north shore road to hike down into the beautiful Eden-like Pohulu Valley. Shaved ice in Hawi on the way home along the coast. One evening we drove 10 minutes south to wander around the ancient Hawaiian fishponds on the Mauna Lani resort grounds and had a big splurge dinner at the Napua restaurant overlooking the beach there. A week sped by. We liked the condo option over staying at a fancy resort; it was more affordable, we could do our own cooking when we wanted to, and it felt more "real" to be in a small beach community. The large front bedroom with access to the lanai and ocean view is the best. The condo is delightful and we highly recommend it. We rented snorkel gear for the week from Snorkel Bob's at the Mauna Lani shopping area and did our main food shopping at the Foodland there; take the turn off Hwy 19 toward the Mauna Lani resort (the last turn before the Puako exit)."
Guest: Anna P.Date of Stay: March 2015Review Submitted: April 3, 2015