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Recent Laie reviews
"Clean, comfortable, good location. I thoroughly enjoyed our visit there. I would definitely recommend it. I use a walker, and it was no problem to get in. It probably wouldn't work well with a wheelchair though.
Getting out on the busy road was sometimes challenging. We started backing in so it would be safer to get out.
I loved the Polynesian Cultural Center. The people in Laie were so friendly and kind. I hope someday I can go back."
Guest: bill w.Date of Stay: October 2015Review Submitted: October 17, 2015
"We had a great stay in this little cabin. It had everything we needed and the garden\porch was great. Nice big shower for two with a good shower head, lots of towels, good selection of snorkel fins, nice bedding, and plenty of coolers for poke and beer on the beach. It isn't fancy or anything but affordable and private which is kind of fancy in it's own way really after you have stayed in Waikiki. The area is quiet and so is the beach which is really close by. We saw a Monk seal sleeping on the beach one day which was really special, and a pair of green sea turtles bobbing around in the surf. Greg was helpful and friendly and so were the neighbors. The grocery store near by has everything you need and some great poke and other freshly caught seafood. Papa Ole's is a great place for some cheap Hawaiian BBQ, and the little corner store across the street from shopping zone sometimes has some amazing freshly baked Polynesian bread. Many cool zones are near by, pipe line, Waimea valley, sharks cove, turtle bay, all within 30 minutes of driving. Had a cool time in this chill town in our cabin.
Guest: jeff t.Date of Stay: November 2015Review Submitted: November 18, 2015
"This was our second trip to this house, but on the other side. One side is a studio where we stayed last time. This unit is a two bedroom with full kitchen.
Being right across from the Polynesian Cultural Center is perfect. There are food trucks and restaurants in walking distance.
The caretaker Martha is just a gem. She makes sure you are happy with everything and always has good advice.
The only note - the beach right outside is a bit narrow and is covered during high tide. If you plan to swim, surf, etc, you'll need to trek a mile or so in either direction to one of the public beaches. But that was fine with us. We just like sitting out on the patio listening to the surf.
There is no air conditioning. We have visited twice in November and been very comfortable."
Guest: AnonymousDate of Stay: November 2015Review Submitted: November 26, 2015
"We had an absolutely fantastic stay in this Laie Palms house. We rented it for two weeks and stayed on the second floor - the 3BR/2BA area. It was very clean and everything that was needed for a comfortable stay was there. The one thing we did not expect and that was not mentioned in any of the reviews was the wind. It was rather strong and every time that we climbed the stairs to the second floor we immediately felt it. But actually it was very nice and very refreshing especially when we were returning from the other beaches where it felt very hot.
We started every morning with a walk along the people-free beach (well, sometimes you can see a person or two or even four on a weekend) and then swam in front of the house before the breakfast. The ocean was all ours, nobody else to share it with. Actually one can spend the whole day in front of the house just seating on the beach and swimming (it is possible to snorkel there two, but there were just a couple or two of different fish).
The location of the house is really fantastic. First, it is right on the beach. Second - it is very close to a lot of excellent snorkeling places (Turtle bay, Shark cove and Three tables - are all perfect places for snorkeling. They are free and there are tons of different exotic fish. I even swam with a couple of turtles there). Third, it is very close to supermarkets (Foodland and Tamura's). Fourth, there are a lot of good places to eat if one does not want to cook and if one wants to cook fresh fish is available every Thursday opposite the Foodland in Waimea.
Just a couple more things about the owner. Janet was very accommodating while we were arranging our stay with different people coming at different time. And when at the end of the stay there was an issue with a power interruption she helped to handle it in an extremely gracious way.
Janet, thank you very much for your house and for everything else! it was a great stay and we unquestionably recommend the place to everyone who wants to have a great vacation on Oahu."
Guest: RetravellerDate of Stay: April 2015Review Submitted: May 23, 2015