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Recent Lanai property reviews

  • Loved it!

    "We had a wonderful stay here in Lana'i. Everything exceeded our expectations. We loved the house, yard and friendly neighbors. Thank you for having such a great spot for a getaway. We BBQd every night. We will be back next year!"
    Guest: skiingak Date of Stay: January 2012 Review Submitted: January 29, 2012
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  • Best little house in town!

    "We were very happy to be staying in town in such a lovely home. Great bed, clean newly tiled shower, well supplied with equipment in the kitchen. It appeared to have been recently remodeled and it was done well. Nice gardens, too. We enjoyed supporting the local businesses as opposed to the resorts on Lanai. There were plenty of places to eat ( Blue Ginger Cafe, Pele's Other Garden, and Lanai City Hotel Grille) and the markets were close by and well stocked. We depended on the shuttle for the first three days and it worked out great. We went diving with Trilogy in the Cathedrals - awesome! The visit to the Cultural Center was extremely informative - not to be missed. We rented a jeep on our last day to tour the island on our own. We used Lanai Jeep Rental instead of Dollar and were very happy with great service from John. So glad we stayed four nights here."
    Guest: Svej591 Date of Stay: September 2013 Review Submitted: September 24, 2013
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  • One of the best vacations ever

    "My husband and I spent Christmas with our 4 daughters in this amazing paradise. The condo is simple elegance, island chic and the view takes your breath away. We enjoyed walking the golf course in the evening with a cocktail, taking in the sunset and enjoying the privacy of the patio after a bbq dinner. We spent our days at The Four Seasons beach/pool playing beach volleyball, catching glimpses of spectacular whales and ventured to the historic Lodge at Koele one afternoon. We spent most late afternoons at the condo pool which we usually had to ourselves and had a delicious lunch at the golf clubhouse. The town of Lania is charming with small restaurants and shops. We would return in a heartbeat for another relaxing week off the beaten trail. Exquisite."
    Guest: lynne Date of Stay: December 2012 Review Submitted: April 4, 2013
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Lanai City Travel Tips

Experience Local Culture When you Stay in Lanai City Vacation Rentals

Lanai City vacation rentals offer you a unique opportunity to live life like the locals when you are traveling. This historic area is the home to the only intact plantation town on any of the Hawaiian islands. When you stay in a Lanai City vacation rental, you are part of the hub, since Lanai City is the main business and commerce area of the island.

Experience the Convenience of Lanai City Condos

Listen to the sound of wildlife and whispering pines as you relax in the lakeside country resort in the Lanai City condos. Each condo sleeps up to half-a-dozen people, so feel free to bring your family. Enjoy a comfortable living room; bright, roomy bathrooms; and cozy evenings in front of a rock or gas fireplace. Head over to one of the world-ranked golf courses in the area to play with some friends. If nature is your thing, head on over to the marine preserve to study spinner dolphins, see green sea turtles, and view the colorful reef fish.

Travel to Your Lanai Lodging Without Hassle

Easily access your Lanai lodging by flying into the Lanai City airport, less than 10 minutes away from Lanai City accommodations. Once settled, head out to check out the historic Dole Park area, which is only a few blocks away. Many of the island shops and restaurants are found in the town square surrounding Dole Park.

Lanai is a great place to bring your family for a vacation. Since Castle & Cooke, the company that owns the Dole company, still owns most of the island, your family can learn more about pineapples. Mingle with locals and learn the history of the island, which was once a 20,000-acre pineapple plantation. Relax in beautiful, comfortable surroundings in you Lanai lodging.

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