2 Story Townhome, 1646 Sqft Indoors With 2 Lanais In A Lush Tropical Setting
Pool / Spa
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - See Fairways House Rules for pool etiquette.See Fairways House Rules for pool etiquette.
No pets - No pets allowed.No pets allowed.
No parties/events - Please see the Fairways House Rules attached.Please see the Fairways House Rules attached.
No smoking - No smoking allowed in the townhouse or Pool area.No smoking allowed in the townhouse or Pool area.
Max guests: 5 (sleeps up to 5 adults)
Minimum age of primary renter: 25 - Minimum age of primary renterMinimum age of primary renter
- Quiet hours are 9pm-8am, during which time noise shall not unreasonably disturb adjacent neighbors nor be more excessive than usual residential noise.
- Guest vehicles must be parked in the designated parking area (garage or parking stalls). The STVR shall not be used for commercial purposes.
- Please respect the privacy of our neighbors and do not walk through their back yards to get to or from the back yard of Hale O’ Honu’ea.
Jeff and Sonia
- english, french
About Jeff and Sonia
My wife and I have a young family and we have been visiting the Hawaiian islands for almost a decade to escape the cold winters (and even the cool summers) of the Pacific Northwest. We are both competitive athletes and have done dozens of marathons and triathlons all over the world including Ironman distance races. In fact, we first found the Fairways at Mauna Lani racing the Hawaii 70.3 triathlon. We have 2 children and enjoy traveling anywhere we can enjoy good food, good weather, different cultures - and still play in the outdoors.
Jeff and Sonia purchased this Townhome in 2014
Why Jeff and Sonia chose Puako
We found ourselves returning to Mauna Lani more than any place else in the tropics. What we love most about Mauna Lani is that it offers privacy away from the crowds elsewhere yet offers the convenience of close by restaurants and shops when you want them. It has beautiful calm waters for safe snorkeling, waves (when you want them) for surfing, and nature abounds with the turtles, coral reef, dolphin and whale sightings. There are miles of running and cycling right out the door. We stayed at other properties within Mauna Lani but feel that the grounds, large free form pool, spa and location of the Fairways are the perfect combination of private yet convenient to the amenities of the rest of the resort as it is close enough to walk to the Fairmont Orchid and Shops of Mauna Lani.
What makes this Townhome unique
We chose Hale O' Honu'ea because of all the floorplans we've stayed in Mauna Lani, it suits our family and friends the best. All bedrooms are upstairs which makes us feel safe; the bedrooms are on opposite ends of the townhome so they feel private; each has it's own ensuite bathroom for convenience; the open floor plan of the main living space and windows on the upper floor allow the island breeze to move through. We've made updates to make it even more comfortable and hope that you will enjoy it as much as we do. Our daughter named 'Hale O' Honu'ea', Home of the Hawksbill Turtle. In conjunction with Oahu's Sea Life Park, Mauna Lani Resort raises honu (the green sea turtle) releases them when mature, helping the comeback of honu. The native Hawksbill turtle, or Honu'ea, is more endangered and the Big Island is one of it's few nesting places. Our family hopes someday to see the Honu'ea frequenting the waters of Mauna Lani too. We are transitioning to our condo to be more 'green'. We've installed ceiling fans and screens to enjoy the island breeze. We provide personal amenity dispensers that reduce plastic bottle waste of typical hotel 'travel size' products. We are converting to CFL and LED lighting. We've chosen BPA-free acrylics for outdoor drinkware. We provide environmentally responsible detergents and will continue to transition to like products throughout Hale O' Honu'ea. We've installed solar panels that reduce our reliance on oil-generated electricity. We admit that we have far to go, but we feel these small steps are all in the right direction to protect the natural beauty of this special place.