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 Kapaa reviews

  • Waipoli

    "Rating Details: The property manager was very helpful. The vacation rental was very clean. I was more than happy with the location. I was very satisfied with the condition of the vacation rental. Overall, I recommend this vacation rental. Reviewer Comments: Very good"
    Guest: Bryan B. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 5, 2016
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  • 30th Anniversary Vacation

    "We stayed in Waipouli Resort A204 celebrating our 30th wedding anniversary. The condo and grounds were immaculate. The ocean views made our vacation an enjoyable one. We spent many mornings on the Lanai drinking Hawaiian coffee and watching the sunrise. I would not hesitate to recommend this place to stay for anyone. The condo has everything you need to cook meals and save money. We shopped at Costco and cooked breakfast most mornings also the resort has several gas grills we used to cook steaks one night. There is a grocery store and a superb Hawaiian Ice Cream shop right across the street. The condo looks just like the pictures. Fantastic !"
    Guest: Morris K. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 29, 2016
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  • Central, comfortable, felt like home!

    "Really enjoyed this place! It was on the east coast in Kapaa which was really central and convenient. Quiet, like we hardly noticed anyone else in the whole building. Beautiful view, felt like home for the week we were there. The washer and dryer were an amazing bonus. We enjoyed cooking up dinner and taking a dip in the pool one evening. The air conditioning in the bedroom was much appreciated as well! I don't have a single complaint. Thanks so much!"
    Guest: Mattie J. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 2, 2016
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  • Old-school beach bungalow with tons of charm!

    "I wish I was there RIGHT NOW. I mean who wouldn't want to be in Kauai versus just about anywhere else? For the price, the cottage was really wonderful. It sleeps five-- we were only two but could have enjoyed it with more for sure. Here are just some of the many things we loved most about it: 1- Larry! The host and owner of the property, Larry, has fantastic energy and is super on top of things. Just an all-around helpful and upbeat guy! 2- As soon as you turn onto the little street that leads you to the cottage you see the shore and the ocean and just feel a sense of "ahhh" relaxation :) 3- The cottage faces east so the sun rises right out the front bedroom and living room windows and the front porch so every morning we chose to let the sun naturally wake us up and didn't set an alarm. Like nature intended. Then when we returned at the end of the day, the sun was setting behind the cottage. Also lovely. 4- The sign on the cottage that greets you when you pull in the driveway sets the tone for the place which is: wonderfully old-school beach bungalow charm! All sorts of little touches that Larry has thoughtfully and endearingly dressed the walls and doorways and floors with truly made us feel immersed in that feeling of relaxed island life. 5- Larry provides tons of beach gear and we loved having the beach chairs and noodles to use on the sand and in the water. He has a big water cooler, too, so we stayed hydrated with fresh spring water, refilling bottles before we would leave each day. 6- The location is so central. It's a wonderful jumping off point for ANYWHERE on the island. The way the Kauai highway is, if you stay too far in one direction/towards the "end of the road" on either end, you'll have to drive for hours (that's plural) a day to go to let's say the north shore from the south (i.e. to Na Pali) or the south shore from the north (i.e.: to Waimea Canyon) , etc. The only drawback was that while the property is literally across the slow and pedestrian/bike-friendly one-way, one-lane street from the beach and the ocean, there are some somewhat intimidating people who, for the three days and nights we were there, liked to hang out on, next to, or in their cars, cars they also seemed to live out of. But that IS their right as all of Kauai's beaches are public! Aloha and mahalo from my mom and myself who left the Moanakai Beach Cottage as two very appreciative wahinis, one of whom (me) was almost crying from not wanting to leave!"
    Guest: Mallory C. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 1, 2016
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