HOMES CAN BE RENTED SEPARATELY
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Please do not smoke on Property.
Cabinets are not baby proofed
Minimum age of primary renter:25
Max guests:10 (sleeps up to 10 adults)
Our neighbors expect moderate noise after 8:00 p.m. and little to no noise between 10:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.
Do not park directly across the property in the gray marked area, there are no parking signs posted.
Cleaning policy: We require our guests, staying more than 30 days, to have a monthly cleaning service paid for by the tenant(s).
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
If you're looking for a home that provides convenient, easy access to Oahu's amenities--as well as a laid-back, active lifestyle--look no further than Na Pua Lani Estate in Kaimuki. Hip and quaint Kaimuki is conveniently located close to all of Honolulu's highlights.
Located just a hop, skip, and jump away from Waikiki, yet a world apart in terms of character and charm, Kaimuki is an eclectic neighborhood. Kaimuki (pronounced ky-moo-kee) is a historic town, remaining one of the oldest communities on Oahu, Hawaii.
The casual walking district of Kaimuki is filled with niche shops, specialty boutiques and unique award-winning eateries dotting its main thoroughfare of Waialae Avenue. Nestled behind Diamond Head Crater, this desirable neighborhood offers proximity to great restaurants, beaches, Waikiki, yoga studios, farmer's markets, unique boutiques and Honolulu's downtown business district--not to mention loads of active, outdoor pursuits right at your doorstep. The area retains its historical charm while making room for new exciting business growth.
Kaimuki sits at the epicenter of a foodie's dream, bordered by bustling Kapahulu Avenue to the west, and intersected by Wai'alae Avenue to the north. It is home to urban-chic eateries and a recent blossoming of food-focused bistros, bars, and cafés. If you're a food lover, Kaimuki is a wonderful place to live, with culinary offerings to please every palate.
When you're ready to work off all those delicious meals, Diamond Head State Monument is sits at the heart of Kaimuki, with a short, steep hike that takes you up trails, through tunnels, up stairs, and finally to a sweeping view of Waikiki, the foothills of the Ko'olau Range, and the sparkling blue Pacific. Diamond Head Crater also offers a natural, scenic loop for runners that circles the bottom of the cone, meandering through the beautiful Kapi'olani Park, around Diamond Head Road, skirting the luxury Black Point and Kahala neighborhoods, and back around to Monsarrat Avenue. Best of all, Kaimuki is a walk or a bike ride away from Hawaii's favorite pastime. The neighborhood is encircled by beautiful shoreline, home to dozens of excellent surf breaks dotting the perimeter of Diamond Head and Black Point.
After your hike or run at Diamond Head, you can get lots of fresh local produce at O'ahu's biggest farmers' market, an enormous pop-up event that happens at nearby Kapi'olani Community College.
And then there's the beaches.... Kaimuki has so many that are close at hand and each one has a different vibe. Kaimana Beach, fronting the skirt of Diamond Head, is full of families, surfers, and those getting their fitness on by swimming out to the flag and back for a relaxing loll on the powder sand. To the east, you can hike down behind Diamond Head Cliffs to Diamond Head Beach Park for a private, quiet day watching surfers riding the many breaks visible from the shoreline. Further along, towards Black Point and the Doris Duke's Shangri-La, you'll find Cromwell's Cove. To the west, all of the many attractions of Waikiki Beach await and are just a short walk, bike, or Uber ride away for those that call Kaimuki home. The Honolulu Zoo and the Waikiki Aquarium are right around the corner, too.
Oahu's natural beauty is complemented by its chic neighborhoods, like Kaimuki, Diamond Head and Kahala. Kaimuki's perfect blend of temperature, humidity, wind and sunshine will dissolve your cares and leave you feeling relaxed and restored.