|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
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This Alii Kai condo opens its sliding glass back door onto a grassy knoll on which you have an unobstructed view of the majestic Kauai coastal panorama. Wake up to the gentle northeastern ocean breezy skies and step out onto the lawn overlooking the bay, where pods of migrating whales may be seen year round. The condo has a Hawaiian plantation feel to it with Kauai’s omnipresent proud roosters and hens plucking away at the back yard’s grass for dinner, floral designed cushions sitting atop handcrafted beach-house wooden furniture, and abundant local artwork adorning the cozy walls. Hang out on the ground floor lanai and become engrossed in a page-turner while listening to the melodious sound of crashing waves and peaceful crickets. The fully furnished home includes state-of-the-art Samsung washer & drier units. Nearby are Hanalei Bay, Tunnels Beach, and Ke’e (on Kuhio Highway heading north 10 minutes, 20 minutes, and 30 minutes, sequentially, until the end of the road). A small library of fiction & non-fiction books line the shelves of the master bedroom. Binoculars and a half-dozen guidebooks can be found in the living room. The plush master bedroom Simmons king sized bed is sure to agree with you after your days of adventuring along the Na Pali coast, to Queen’s Bath, or wherever else your group finds itself discovering the immeasurable beauty of Kauai. If you’re up for a locally treasured adventure, head right out your back door down a path to the magical Turtle Caves, where seals & sea turtles find safe harbor from predators. Minimal light pollution in the neighborhood lends itself to dazzling views of the diamond-dusted starlight on clear nights.
Alii Kai 5103 is located near the Princeville Shopping Center, golf, and dining.
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Loved the location and the communication from the team at Oceanfront who kept us up-to-date on local happenings during our stay. . The view from the condo is delightful, we greeted each day with albatross, shearwaters, plovers and whales. The North Shore area has fantastic scenery, beaches, hikes and restaurant options
This unit is amazing in all aspects! The views and sounds of the ocean and coastline from the living room and both bedrooms is unbeatable. The kitchen is well stocked with all of your cooking needs and included a blender, coffee maker, toaster, toaster oven, and microwave. The refrigerator was very spacious and it was nice to have an ice maker (and a traveling ice pack) in the freezer. The washer and dryer appeared to be brand new and were a very unexpected, but pleasant surprise to our trip. We were thankful for the multiple fans located throughout the house as we were not used to being in tropical humidity. The unit came with several other amenities which made our trip very enjoyable: 4 beach chairs, multiple beach towels, and two large insulated beach bags (good for keeping drinks cool). Even though we didn't use them, they also had two sets of swim fins, a boogie board, and a beach umbrella for shade.
The only two improvements we would suggest was that the bathroom tub in the "guest" bathroom has a large amount of rust around the drain and we could not locate a plug, so it was not functional for a bath. Showers were sufficient, however, there were a couple of nights that a warm bath would have felt good after a long day of hiking or shopping. Travelers should also know that the pool just has a pool and does NOT have a hot tub. The neighboring property DOES have a hot tub, but the two "sister" property's apparently do not allow sharing of each one's pool areas. What we found was that if you are lucky enough to catch a nice person in the neighboring pool area to let you in, and you behave yourself, all's good. It would be nice if the entire property could come together to add a hot tub to their pool as they have plenty of room to do so. These are really just two very minor distractions and we would definitely consider ourselves to be future returning vacationers. As they say on the island, "a hui kaua" (until we meet again)!
Overall nicely equipped condo... Many upgrades .... But the best part was being able to walk right out patio door to the Adirondack chairs for a 180 degree of the beautiful pacific... Conveniently located to lots of activities and restaurants. Would book again!
This condo was great, it is a two bed (both very comfortable), two bath, with a great kitchen right off the bluff. Even though there is no air conditioning, the trade winds kept it cool all night and into the morning...it was just a little sticky between the hours of 1 pm to 5 pm. Wonderfully atmosphere in the condo ... great extra's like bogie boards, beach chairs, snorkel gear etc... we will rent this unit again.
The listing and photos accurately reflect the condo, although the hardwoods have been replaced with tile. It's a spacious place and we enjoyed using it as our home base. Clean and well kept including the grounds. the bluff views were amazing and there's a great area right below the condo (steep hike) with a cave and beautiful water and lava rocks (no sandy beach) we enjoyed that area. It was our first time to Kauai and I would only wanted to stay on the North shore, Hanelei is adorable and all of the beaches around (Anini, Ke'e, Tunnels, Hanalei, Haena )are to die for. You do feel a little "disconnected" to things because the place is situated in a condo community and having to drive to the beach, but the upside to that is that you've got a peaceful home base away from crowds. We would definitley stay here again! I really have no complaints, the large washer and dryer was a nice thing to have and I liked the bottom location. The balcony on the third floors might provide more a view (although you have a great view!) it could be very hot as you'd be totally exposed to the sun, I think that might even be the case on the 2nd floor balcony. It was really nice to just step out he sliding glass door and walk to the bluff's edge to catch the sunset or see the amazing water/reefs below. We did see a turtle in the cave when we went right before dusk one evening. I wish there would have been one more couch (there was definitely room), but that's really it! Family with older teens I think would enjoy this most.