Oahu is called the 'Gathering Place' and is home of Waikiki, Diamond Head and Pearl Harbor. The windward side retains the subtle feeling of old Hawaii, a Hawaii before the multi-story hotels and condos of Waikiki and the urban traffic, hustle and bustle of Honolulu. It still has that wonderful sense of 'Aloha' that you are welcomed and a friend.
Pat's a Punalu'u is about 30 miles from Waikiki and the Honolulu International Airport. The condo sits on a private, reef-protected beach, which is great for kids. The water is about waist to chest deep along the beach and is excellent for snorkeling. There is also a fresh water swimming pool, outdoor shower and exercise room.
You are 45-minutes from the nightlife of Waikiki or snorkeling at Hunauma Bay.
Our one-bedroom 'end unit' can accommodate up to five guests with a king bed in the bedroom, a queen sofa sleeper and a roll away and/or crib by request. It has a full-size remodeled kitchen and a washer and dryer...though you will probably be 'living' in T-shirts, shorts and swimsuits. The condo has ceiling fans, cable TV, stereo and lots of books - including many guidebooks to Hawaii. We provide beach chairs, towels, a beach umbrella, snorkeling equipment, ice chest and other items for your trips to the beach. All you need is your sunscreen and swimsuits.
BR B Amenities: /B BR Complex Amenities
Beachfront with Direct Access
24 Hour Security
End Unit with Lots of Windows for Ocean Viewing
Fully Furnished Kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, etc.
Wrap-Around Lanai with Dining Set
Beach Chairs, Snorkeling Equipment
Washer and Dryer in Unit
Ironing Board and Iron
2 DVD Players
CD Stereo Player, Radio
Bathroom with Tub/Shower
Bed & Bath Linens, Beach Towels
Queen Sofa Sleeper in Living Room
Furnished in Tropical Colors
BR B Activities: /B BR There are many things to do without leaving the condo. Watch the sun as it rises over the ocean from your lanai. The reef-protected ocean in front of the condo is perfect for swimming, snorkeling, or kayaking. Visit the nearby Polynesian Cultural Center, which tells the tales of the many different islands of the Pacific. If it's winter, along the North Shore you'll be treated to 30 to 40-foot tall waves and some of the world's best surfers. You'll also find Waimea Bay where Captain Cook anchored and the beautiful Waimea Falls Park with its sacred sites, waterfall and wonderful hula dancers.
Or drive a few more miles to the quaint town of Haleiwa and its many art galleries and boutiques. There is also horseback riding, golfing, hiking, deep-sea fishing, surfing and all sorts of water activities. Or if you are in the mood for shopping you are only 40 minutes from Waikiki.