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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 Wailua reviews

  • Just as advertised

    "My wife and I just spent 7 wonderful nights at 109 Kaha Lani. Frankly I don't have any clue what the person saw that claimed this was dirty and cock roach infested. This place is nice and very clean. The entire grounds the buildings sit on are constantly groomed and so beautiful. Even the trash container out back is clean and stored behind a wooden gate out of sight. The pool was clean and even though the beach was just a few steps away we did use the pool. It was very inviting. We don't know Woodie and Karen from Adam and Eve but they were positively wonderful to rent from. Everything was as advertised. We were left alone except for the change of towels. Woodie came by on our last night there and introduced himself and left a gift for us. We would come back and stay there again without hesitation. Thank you for a nice experience Woodie and Karen."
    Guest: bbach Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: February 4, 2017
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  • Perfect spot

    "First time to Kauai and didn't know which area was best to stay in, but as it turns out, Kapa'a is the perfect spot for proximity to the whole island. The condo was larger than it appeared online and was perfect in every way. If I had to pick one problem it would just be that you need better bed pillows. Kapa'a gets extremely congested with traffic because of all the people going between Poipu and Princeville, but if you stay in either of those places then you are that much farther away from the other, and you definitely want to spend time in both as well as Kapa'a. The condo has 2 boogie boards, 2 beach chairs, plenty of beach towels. It's in a great quiet spot in the complex. Pool and jacuzzi are nice. Can walk to the beach easily. For my experience, these are definite must dos: Waimea Canyon / Koke'e state park, tubing through tunnels and canals of the old sugar plantation, Holo Holo all day Na Pali coast with snorkeling near Ni'ihau island, Anini beach, lighthouse tour, Hanalei bay kayaking, happy hour drinks at Lava Lava beach club, dinner at Hukilau Lanai, macademia nut pancake breakfast at Kountry Kitchen, sticky buns at Passion cafe, cocktails at Kalypso in Hanelei bay. Things I would skip because they were mediocre/average: Tiki Tacos, food at Lava Lava beach club and Courtyard Kaua'i, Puka dog in Poipu, Smith's garden luau show. Went to Polihale - 5 miles on a very rough dirt road in a Ford Fiesta was a little challenging and not that great when there. Anini beach is breathtaking and I would totally rent a house there next time - best getaway spot on the island that I saw. Easy to get to, very secluded, miles of pristine calm perfect island beach with barely anyone on them. Poipu is ok but kind of too touristy. St Regis in Princeville poolside bar/food is WAY overpriced and average. Next time I visit I will focus on hiking, including at least part of the Kalalau Trail. Want to check out Ke'e beach but couldn't get a parking spot when I went there. Would love to go the Limahuli gardens and kayaking on the Wailua river. So yeah, the trip was great, and there is so much to do in Kauai, and the condo was the perfect jumping off spot for everything. Brenda was very accommodating and had great tips and suggestions and was also very responsive for help. Internet also works great because she has her own source in the unit. The condos are part of Plantation Hale, so there is a front desk to get help as well. Great stay!"
    Guest: Sally W. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 7, 2017
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  • Great condo, great stay!

    "Everything was as advertised. The Owners did provide a caveat that there is construction planned for the property between the condo and the beach. But no one mentioned the 12 foot fence encompassing the site. You can hear the beach, but you can't see it. You can walk through or go around the site to get to the beach, and access the walking/biking path, as well as all the resorts and downtown Kapa'a. Great place, great stay, would love to do it again."
    Guest: Ralph Adye & Janey Doerffer Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: February 5, 2017
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  • Best of the Best

    "Lae Nani is the premier complex on the coconut coast and this is the premier unit in the complex. Newly renovated with great attention to detail, we enjoyed every moment is this beautiful place. It was our third trip to Lae Nani and it won't be our last. Earl and Janet were a pleasure to deal with and we hope 522 will be available next time."
    Guest: Tim & Judy Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 26, 2017
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