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  • Incredible View, Awesome House, Perfect Location!

    "I was fortunate to be able to stay at Honu Hale Lanikai with my Mother and 2 of her good friends for 2 weeks. I'm their designated driver...it's a dirty job but someone's go to do it! A few years back we stayed in Kailua and discovered Lanikai and we have been hooked ever since! Our family owns a cottage on a tiny island in The Bahamas and we know great beaches and Lanikai is among the BEST! So to be able to stay right there with that gorgeous water and the Mokes as our view was absolutely incredible! The house is extremely well appointed and was very clean. It's amazing how many extras there are: beach chairs, boogie boards, noodles, outdoor furniture, plenty of extra towels (including beach towels) and sheets, everything for the kitchen even a salad spinner! We love to cook and a well stocked kitchen is so greatly appreciated. There is no dishwasher (not a worry at all for us!) but there is a washer and dryer. The photos of the house are very accurate and as far as the location description the only 'problem' is that the stairs down to the water seem to have deteriorated since the photo was taken. They are not easy to climb (very rough and slippery) so to gain access to the water you have to walk to the other side of the Paul Mitchell estate or 2 houses down the other way. Definitely NOT a big deal! Speaking of the Paul Mitchell estate, it is gorgeous and according to their website it rents for $7200-9300.00 per night and Honu Hale Lanikai has the exact same view! To access the beach from the house, you can walk (it's about 1/4 mile) or drive there and park. Or you can do what I did a few times and walk or swim in the water, maybe you'll see a turtle! Kailua has 3 supermarkets, a Whole Foods and a Sunday morning Farmers Market, so it's very easy to get great produce. We got lucky a few times buying fresh fish along the way to Haleiwa, look for signs along the Kamehameha Hwy. Getting to Honolulu on the Pali is fast and easy. We went to the Academy of Arts that has a couple of wonderful exhibits, Art Deco in Hawaii and Natural Unnatural Supernatural. Lunch there is very good. Also we had lunch at the Hao Tree at the New Otani in Waikiki and it is awesome! The salmon eggs benedict was incredible. We had an absolutely fabulous time. If you are considering a stay on Oahu, look no further. Honu Hale Lanikai is perfect! Mahalo John for opening up your lovely home to us, we can't wait to come back."
    Guest: BlueWaterLover Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 25, 2014
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  • Lovely

    "We loved our stay at this lovely vacation home. Melissa and Bryce are absolutely wonderful. This vacation home had everything needed....everything! I have nothing negative to say. We'll be back. Waimanalo is the most beautiful beach on the earth."
    Guest: Beverly P. Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: January 13, 2015
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  • Fantastic place!

    "My wife and I stayed here in December and it was great. Can't say enough good things about it. We will stay here again. Thanks Wendy."
    Guest: Derek Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: December 30, 2014
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  • Great House!

    "My husband I stayed there recently with our two year old son. We were visiting his family who live in Honolulu and this house was perfect as a home base. We stayed there for two weeks and it had everything that we could ever need. It is spacious and well furnished and the beds are very comfortable. In addition, it's all one level and the steps from one room to the other were small so our toddler negotiated them very easily. The house is in a quiet street - great for taking walks on with our son and it was only 5 minutes from the beach. We borrowed a friend's car while we were there and having garage parking was appreciated, plus there was enough room for family to visit us in the drive way (two additional spaces). There is another house directly behind the one we rented that the owners also rent out the downstairs while living upstairs and we were never bothered or even felt like others were around which is key to a vacation ;). I highly reccommend this property and we will DEFINITELY be back. Mahalo Carol for your house making this visit the best I've ever had in the 14 years I have been visiting Hawaii."
    Guest: Kate F. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 31, 2014
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East Oahu Travel Tips

East Oahu Condos Are Diverse and Vibrant

Diverse and vibrant options are what you will find when you select East Oahu condos in Hawaii for your next vacation getaway. Oahu vacation rentals provide you with the chance to explore a range of activities, including a sea life park, botanical garden and Buddhist temple. Along with the diverse array of attractions, you will also find a choice of dining options ranging from casual to upscale near Oahu lodging.

East Oahu Condos Are Where You Can Mingle with Sea Life

After settling into Oahu vacation rentals, visitors to East Oahu often want to get busy exploring the many attractions. At the top of your list should certainly be Sea Life Park, situated on a glorious oceanside setting with the spectacular Koolau Mountain Range as a backdrop. Take a stroll over the Hawaiian reef tank to view more than 4,000 ocean creatures, including penguins, dolphins and killer whales.

Oahu Vacation Rentals Allow You to Commune with Nature

Ho'omaluhia Botanical Garden should definitely rate at the top of your list of things to see while staying in Oahu lodging. This unique botanical garden offers a massive collection of plants and trees not just from Hawaii but from all over the world. You will find the garden nestled at the base of the Koolau Mountains, making it an ideal site to visit near East Oahu condos. If you are still feeling energetic, you may also wish to visit Kualoa Ranch, where you can go horseback riding in the same valley that was the backdrop for the filming of “Jurassic Park” or take a once in a lifetime helicopter ride, soaring high above the mountains. The ranch provides the perfect way to spend a relaxing day. When you are ready to relax in the evening, Oahu vacation rentals are the perfect places to do so.

Oahu Lodging Allows You to Get in Touch with Your Spiritual Side

If you are interested in getting in touch with your spiritual side, you need look no further than the Byodo-in Temple, situated near East Oahu condos. This replica of a temple located at Uji, Japan is home to a two-ton Buddha statue as well as carp ponds, Japanese-style rock gardens and a meditation house. Make sure you gong the three-ton brass bell for good luck before you leave to return to your Oahu lodging.

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