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Recent Kailua reviews

  • Great Family Holiday

    "Trying to organize a family holiday in Hawaii was a challenge with 6 adults with diverse interests. Plumeria Cottage in Kailua fit the bill perfectly and we could not have been more pleased. The location is perfect. Walking to fantastic beaches was easy, walking to town for a coffee and paper was very comfortable, easy hiking was accessible, and surfing for the adventurous in our group was excellent. The ambiance of a small town was very pleasant; we are not fans of crowded resorts. Plumeria cottage was the right size for our group - very clean and comfortable. The owners, Marj and Jim were excellent hosts, responsive to our needs and providing information about local resources. They were gracious and helpful. Altogether it was a wonderful place for our holiday. Susan"
    Guest: s i. Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 22, 2016
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  • Great Unit and Location!

    "This was our first trip to Hawaii, and we are so happy that we chose this rental in Kailua. We enjoyed a wonderful week-long stay in the B2 unit. The unit was clean, quiet, and comfortable. The rental is well-stocked with basic kitchen items (we cooked breakfast each morning), and beach gear: towels, mats, chairs, coolers, boogie boards, etc. We were pleasantly surprised to find that the unit includes a big walk-in closet, great for storing luggage and hanging clothes. The AC, wifi, and all appliances worked great. The view from the balcony is gorgeous. We had a rental car and were able to easily access other areas of the island such as the North Shore. We also had a lot of fun in Kailua: kayaking between Kailua Beach, Lanikai Beach, and the islands; Lanikai Pillbox hike; Maunawili Falls hike; the farmer's Market on Thursday evening, and Cinnamon's restaurant. We would be happy to stay here again in the future."
    Guest: Jessica B. Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 20, 2016
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  • April Rememberence Dave and Monica M.

    "This review is long over do. Long's at Lanakai is something very special. Our young family spent Easter of 2014 gathering as part of a remembrance for our parents. Lanakai beach was a favorite spot for them. So much so they had a painting of the Mokoluas which hung in our kitchen at home to greet them every morning for coffee. They made many friends up and down the beach. If you are in search a place to decompress, a great home base, access to the number one beach in the country, and a kid freindly environment this is the place. Breath taking views, early morning canoes ,a private seawall frequented by crabs, fish and turtles make Long's at Lanikai the perfect retreat. Rick was an excellent host and always available if you needed him; although you rarely want for anything in "paradise". We long for the Mokoluas and ocean breezes and hope to return someday soon. Mahalo, David and Monica M."
    Guest: Dave M. Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: August 6, 2016
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  • Very nice home, very comfortable

    "I was quite nervous prior to getting there since this was our first VRBO stay, ever. Still, Kiana had made the effort and had sent out a couple of communications a few weeks prior to our arrival and also a couple days before, asking us when our flight would be arriving, etc. I was also worried that house would be close to a highway and about noise, etc. All these fears were unfounded; Kiana made sure she was there when we were arriving and showed us the house which was bigger than I expected and extremely tidy and comfortable. Super clean, had all the advertised amenities. Even the small balcony was understated in the property description; it is big enough to sit whenever you want to, especially in the morning to drink your coffee and look at the mountain shrouded in fog. Absolutely no noise despite the proximity to highway 61. The neighborhood is super quiet, at night there is a constant breeze coming from the ocean; we slept with the windows open and never felt we had to use the air conditioning despite being there in August, arguably the hottest and most humid month for Hawaii. Kitchen was well equipped, bathrooms had plenty of very clean towels. It was like our own home. Kiana provided all sorts of beach items such as boogie boards, goggle, beach chairs, a beach umbrella. Nothing was missing. The Kailua beach is a short 7-10 minute ride by car. You can also walk into town, if you want to and if you do not mind a 20-minute walk. Plenty of small restaurants to dine in, a Whole Foods is nearby but beware it is 2x as expensive as Whole Foods in the mainland. Overall, a nice house to stay, quiet area and a great base to use for your daily excursions to wherever you go. I will definitely look for Kiana's house if we come back to Oah'u."
    Guest: Yannis A. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 26, 2016
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