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Recent Anini Beach reviews

  • A good condo with some caveats

    "We just returned from a one week stay in this condo 24-A and enjoyed our visit overall. About the condo: Pros: -Condo is furnished and decorated nicely, and maintained well. It is an end unit in building 24. -Kitchen is updated nicely. -Location within the complex is nice, with a large open lawn adjacent. -Neighbors are friendly. -Internet is fast. Cons: -Mattresses are very, very soft, and not suitable for anyone who needs a firm mattress. -All 4 parking spots for this building were taken on a few occasions, so had to go looking for a visitors spot somewhere else. -Sound travels easily between units (through open windows/doors) due to the configuration and proximity. -Second TV in the bedroom is an old small CRT. Notes: The trail to Wyllie beach is short but very steep. Twice previously we had stayed on the east shore and found it convenient. This time we chose the north shore for a change. This added about 45 minutes to the driving time if we wanted to go to Kapa'a or further south such as to Poipu. It took over 2 hours to get to Waimea Canyon. Those considering the North Shore should keep this in mind."
    Guest: sri v. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: September 27, 2016
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  • Anini Beach is beautiful

    "Great house just steps from the stunning Anini beach (we even saw sea turtles at the beach across from the house.) While not luxurious, the house is very comfortable and has everything you need for a pleasant stay. Our family of five (2 adults, 3 kids under 12) often ventured by car to the end of Anini beach where there was less wind and the waves were even calmer but both ends of the beach had something to offer. For food and restaurants we drove to Princeville and Hanelei Bay (kids decided JoJo's Hawaiian ice was the best) which is an easy drive. We also explored the other north shore beaches - best snorkeling at Tunnels and Hideaway - but they are a lot more crowded than this part of Anini. We had some rain everyday which is to be expected on Kauai so don't be disappointed if it's not all blue skies. Overall, a wonderful place for a family vacation."
    Guest: Abby B. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 20, 2016
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  • Very nice beach house in lovely Anini Beach

    "My wife, two children (ages 9 and 7) and I stayed at the Ohana Anini Beach home in mid-July 2016 and really enjoyed it. The location is great, just across the street from amazing Anini Beach. The back house we stayed in was large and comfortable. The layout of the house is a little awkward, with only one real closed off bedroom and two converted nook bedrooms. The kitchen could use an upgrade, as could a lot of the accessories. The lack of AC was no problem, as the fans did a great job. All in all, I would recommend the place."
    Guest: Jose V. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 3, 2016
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  • Wonderful beach place

    "Wonderful beach access for snorkeling, walks on the beach, swimming and sun sets. Although this property is right near the public beach it is set in a very secluded yard and gives you a ton of privacy. The yard is well maintained and the beach is beautiful. The cottage is cozy and and had everything we needed. Although we did not bring our children on this adventure, this location would be a great place for families with the beach access and great swimming and snorkeling. Very relaxing place that we highly recommend."
    Guest: william h. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 25, 2016
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