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Recent Molokai reviews

  • Wonderful Stay on Molokai!

    "This was our second visit to this wonderful condo - last year we stayed a week and this year we were lucky enough to be able to stay for two. The condo is spotless and so well maintained and appointed - the kitchen is totally equipped with everything you might want, the bed is Very comfortable, there are plenty of towels and linens, there is a washer and dryer in the unit which is so convenient and now there is secured Wi-Fi. We ate every meal on the patio, which is covered so very nice even in rainy weather. Terrisianna, the owner, is very helpful and friendly. The whole experience is Five Star. We are already looking forward to our return visit."
    Guest: Diane Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 21, 2015
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  • Treat yourself to a Home in Paradise

    "We just finished a relatively short (4-night) visit to Molokai, staying only at the Pauwalu Cottage. It was remarkable and lovely; we will definitely stay again next time we visit. The house itself was very clean, looked just like the pictures, and was well stocked with necessities (utensils and kitchen gadgets, briquet bbq, towels, paper towels, etc.). We followed the advice and did some shopping on the way from the airport -- although mostly we ate out. (This is Molokai, so that means plate lunch or choosing from a very few, very casual restaurants "in town" (Kaunakakai); so have realistic expectations.) There is no AC but the breeze and the fans were consistent and the screens worked great (no mosquitos got in -- but take a little mosquito repellant for the island; it would have been nice for the outdoor restaurants), so it was not missed. Booking was really easy and communication was prompt and friendly. The house is out towards the east end of the island and it's very comfortable (and 25 minutes from any dinner place), so grab stuff for one or more dinners at the house. Each morning and evening we spent at least an hour watching the waves and the ocean and reading on the lanai, and we would have stayed even more if we had planned groceries better. The deck and sunsets were my favorite things (and there was a lot to love from the house and the island). A note about the island: we loved Molokai and found folks to be very friendly when we took the time to chat but it is a somewhat different kind of vacation: slower, less posh, less convenient, more independent, etc. If that appeals, you will LOVE it and this cottage (and the other which is 2 minutes away and looked lovely too) is a perfect place. Enjoy."
    Guest: Eric and Drew Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 14, 2014
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  • Relaxed cottage at The beach

    "We stayed at the cottage the second week of April and had a really good time with our 11month old daughter. She could play in the Lanai while we enjoyed the views of the ocean. Watching the sunrise right from the bed was fantastic. The cottage is equiped with everything you need, with a charming vintage touch. It is a perfect secluded get away right on the beach, with other nice cottages around. Swimming in front of the house didn't work so well as the water was quite low and pretty strong winds made it kind of rough even behind the reef. But we could use the ocean kayak and at the end of the beach the water was calmer so we could take our little one to swim. If you are a nature lover and want to have quiet holidays right on the ocean, than this is the right spot for you!"
    Guest: Sandra F. Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 27, 2015
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  • A trip down memory lane

    "We were here 19 years ago, shortly after we first met, when this was a thriving hotel with golf course, so we were curious to see what had become of it. The hotel and several of the condos that haven't been sold are in bad shape but the others are in good condition, standing on attractive grounds well taken care of. The condos themselves are, of course, somewhat older - but so are we :-) However, the loft with spiral staircase that Rich had installed greatly improves the condo. With the double bed out of the way there's much more space downstairs and sleeping upstairs feels more private as well as being more convenient when one person goes to bed earlier than the other. The kitchen is well equipped, though it has no oven, which for us Europeans is rather strange, and no (electric) kettle. The foodstuff (coffee, spices, jam ...) is on a give-and-take basis which is good as you don't have to buy every single thing you need. There are washers ($1.75 for 30 min) and driers ($1.75 for 60 min) on site but bring plenty of quarters with you because the little shop (open every day from 9 to 5), where you can buy small bags of washing powder, amongst other things, doesn't usually have many and doesn't like to dish them out. Rich is forever responsive and helpful and only happy when his guests are happy. So if you want to get away from it all and experience down-to-earth Hawaii, Molokai is the place to go. And Rich's condo with the fantastic lanai and ocean view makes everything just that little bit better. Oh, and wifi works perfectly, in case you don't want to be completely cut off from the rest of the world."
    Guest: Karsten & Celia Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 12, 2015
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