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Recent Kapaa reviews

  • Great Bang for the Buck

    "We just returned from our trip wherein we stayed in B208. We have ZERO complaints about the unit or property and will use this review to provide some insights and perspectives to others considering renting this unit for their stay. Bulletized due to character length: * Kapaa - centrally located and local vibe. Much better than touristy Poipu and Hanalei/Princeville IMHO. You can reach either end of the island in a little over an hour - without the Kapaa traffic - which there is - it's a bottleneck into Lihue. *Pona Kai Resort - Older but nice, great location, everything we needed - except ice - that's for resort owned properties (which this isn't). Plenty of parking and BBQ grills. Standard pool and Jacuzzi, that the kids used once. Who needs a fancy lava pool when you have the Pacific Ocean 50 feet away? *B208 - Great unit, well decorated, beautiful view, 2nd floor, 50 feet from water. Literally, the picutres of the view do not do it justice with how close tot he water it really is. Unit above has weak floor - you will hear them walking around. Beach in front of unit is a beach wall with sand to the right and to the left. Right is filthy with debris and the water is constantly murky - don't recommend it. To the left is much better, water is clear in the morning and murks up in the afternoon. Faces east so you get sunrise everyday, but also the wind (useful for cooling off the unit - just open the slider and the front door and you too can experience your own windstorm :) ). East also means ocean surge, which creates the murk and heavy current. There are pretty spectacular beaches not far away. Kapaa shops and restaurants all within walking distance from the unit. Nice beach pathway for walking/riding. We saw sea turtles and monk seals from the unit. Owner, Manager, and Caretaker were all as accommodating as they could be and very responsive to emails/texts. *Roosters - or Velocaroosters as we called them are everywhere. Especially outside of your balcony window, at 5:45am, when the people below you think it's cool to feed them pre-dawn. Didn't really matter, as the roosters there are seriously confused and literally crow all the time - not at the unit - on the entire island, and I was up at 5:30am everyday anyway. Great bang for the buck, would rent this again in a heartbeat. Loved the location and the unit. If we go back to Kauai, we will request this unit. Brian, Larry, and Allie are awesome."
    Guest: Bill C. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 6, 2016
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  • Super Convenient Location - Great Value

    "My wife and I loved this condo. It was very close to shopping and restaurants. The owner of the condo has furnished the place with everything you could possibly need from pots, pans, appliances, towels, swimming gear and much more. The owner is very responsive. We had an issue with an air conditioner and it was replaced immediately. The unit has been recently remodeled and is in excellent condition. The only thing I didn't like is there is no dining or kitchen table. Meals must be eaten on a counter with stools. That being said, I would definitely stay here again."
    Guest: Mark S. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 12, 2016
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  • Extemely happy with condo and location!

    "This condo is really perfect! Its location in Kapa'a made picking up guests at airport easy, walkability to old Kapa'a town is a huge plus for meals, and to see the ocean from the living room and master bedroom made any time in the condo a real joy! The only drawback was the uncomfortably warm 2nd bedroom, it just doesn't get very good airflow, but there are fans available; and the blinds seem to clack constantly. Overall, the lack of a/c was only an issue one day when the characteristic tradewinds stopped. We ate breakfast and spent time reading on the lanai daily, I will really miss that! Oh, and the multiuse trail is a fabulous way to see the coastline! We rented bikes right next door and spent a couple of hours riding up and down the trail!! We would definitely return!"
    Guest: anne b. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 4, 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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