This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Hapuna Beach reviews

  • serene, clean condo

    "I have vacationed to the Big Island many times and have stayed in this condo about 4 or 5 times. The owners are super accommodating and easy to get in touch with. The condo is very clean and the location is perfect if you prefer to be in a quiet, peaceful, beautiful environment. The grill on the lanai is great, since the farmer's markets have amazing provisions of fresh island produce and fish. The owner's beach is also one of the big reasons I keep returning to this condo. It is the perfect beach for a morning swim workout, with amazing views of tropical fish and honu :)) What an incredible treat while doing a swim workout! You can not go wrong with this condo. You will be pleased with your decision. I just know it!"
    Guest: tri123 Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: July 2, 2016
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  • Great House, Great Vacation

    "Pictures don't do the house justice. Better then advertised. 6 adults and 2 kids under age 6. Plenty of room. The house is big and spread out. Awesome back yard with pool/golf course/ ocean views. Private beach is only a 5 minute walk with a great beach for families and snorkeling. Milo, the house manager is close and helpful but we didn't see or talk to him until checkout since the house was perfect and we had no issues. House has AC which is nice to have at night. Would recommend for adults or families with kids. Best vacation of our life."
    Guest: Jbone Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 5, 2016
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  • Best vacation ever!!!

    "We (family of four, including two kids, 12 and 17 years old) enjoyed immensely our stay in Denis and Sylvia’s home! First of all, both Denis and Sylvia have an excellent email ethics: any questions you might have would be answered ASAP. What we have also appreciated greatly is Denis’ knowledge of the area and willingness to share it. In fact, his recommendations on local attractions, beaches and restaurants were absolutely spot-on and saved us a great deal of time and nerves. The townhouse itself was absolutely perfect and felt like home the minute we entered. It’s located in a quiet area; very clean, with well-stocked and well-organized kitchen, plenty of towels and pleasantly surprising “free and clear” laundry supplies. The absence of air conditioner was not an issue at all. Electric ceiling fans, installed everywhere including lanai, were sufficient to cool down the place. Much healthier than A/C, plus, with all the fresh air, best sleep we’d had since our pre-kids era! Another pleasant surprise – no bugs. I suspect the property management takes care of them (that or plentiful geckos we’ve seen on the lanai, have been doing an exceptional insect control job!). Next time we visit Big Island - that’s where we will stay! Here’s a couple of tips on what to do on Big Island: 1. First get an iPhone app "Gypsy Big Island tours" 2. Best beach is Hapuna beach. Famous Mahaiula / Makalawena Beachs are not worth the trouble (rocks in the water). Here's how to get there.Take the exit to Kekaha Kai state park and keep driving on unpaved road through the lava rocks to the Mahaiula beach parking lot/facilities. Park and walk right (north) until you see a trail through lava field. It'll take you to Makalawena beach. 3.National Volcano park: an active eruption of Kīlauea is happening now and can be seen from the observation deck of Jaggar museum (best view is after 7 pm). 4. Active lava flow: town of Kalapana. Take an evacuation road (3-9 pm). Bikes are available for rent, but the road is gravel and you will be spending more energy riding a bike than walking. The round-trip hike is 10 miles. There’s a ton of lava “creeks” close to the road. Don't step on silvery “highway” going through the lava field – active lava underneath. 5. Pololu valley is the absolute must and the hike down, although brutal, is well worth it. 6. Saddle road is now open to rental cars! 7. Great snorkeling tour with wild dolphins– “Ocean Encounters”. 8.Hawaian style café in Waimea"
    Guest: Katya Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 24, 2016
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  • Home away from home

    "This home was clean and beautiful. I felt right at home as did my husband and two small kids. The kitchen was nicely stocked and for things I didn't have, Foodland Farms was just minutes away and a very good little grocery store. In the same complex was a some shops (HIC surf shop, Ruth's Chris, Kimobean Hawaiian Coffee, a 4D experience (good distraction for the rainy day!)). W/D was very nice to have. They had beach towels, sand toys, beach chairs. Loved this home, would definitely recommend to my friends (I already have actually). Mahalo Wendi and Larry. Your aloha was truly appreciated!!"
    Guest: Janet Y. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 25, 2016
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