Convenience! New! Affordable ! Now and Zen provides all this and much more!
This 1960's Hawaiiana duplex has had a recent complete remodel from top to bottom in the fall of 2015. There is an Asian theme to the decor throughout this rental.
The kitchen in Now and Zen boasts all new stainless steel appliances along with Quartz countertop. Everything is there you might need for meal preparation is there and if not , ask the owners and they might supply it.
Luxury linens are in the bath and for the beds. The master bedroom has a deluxe foam gel mattress with all cotton sheets. The 2nd bedroom has a firm foam mattress with an extra memory foam topper. There are 2 kimono
"Happy Coats" hanging in the closet to lounge in.
The large bathroom has a dual sink vanity and a glass enclosed tiled shower.
Relax in the Great Room watching from Direct TV channels on the 42 inch flat screen. Free Wi Fi is available as well.
Ceiling fans are in the rooms and extra floor fans if needed are available for when the trade winds slow down. Our goal is to keep our guests happy and comfortable. We enjoy supplying knowledge about the area. Phil has left a copy of his book on Hawaiian history on the table for you to look at. A signed copy could also be purchased from him if you desire.
There is one stair into the rentalr and we have refitted in the remodel to accommodate standard size wheelchairs.
In the open ended carport there is a picnic table for outdoor dining options. This looks out on the fruit orchard.
When the clouds part there are also dramatic views of Mauna Kea.
Recently a gas BBQ has been added. It is in a covered area in the back of the lot beneath the avocado tree.
This 1 acre property has many established fruit trees from oranges,
avocados, mangosteens, bananas, lilikoi, just to name a few.
You are free to pick what is in season. Just ask the owner which is ready.
There is so much to do and see in Hilo and nearby areas that a few days can only make a small dent in it.
Enjoy walking to many Hilo attractions including art galleries, numerous restaurants and taverns, and Hilo's famous Farmers Market within 1/2 a mile. The Lyman Museum, Tsunami Museum and Imiloa Astronomy Center, and the University of Hawaii Hilo campus are all within 2 miles. A stroll along Kamehameha Avenue on Hilo's Bayfront will give you a real feel for the Hawaii of old with a relaxed pace and a feeling of Aloha that will want you to schedule another trip to Hilo.
You won't be disappointed in Hilo or Now and Zen. There are big hearts in the friendly folks here with LOTS of Aloha.