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Recent Diamond Head reviews

  • Excellent!! Location is key the house is beautiful!

    "The property is well situated at the base of diamond head and a short walk to the beach. The kids ran around diamond head daily and walked to the beach in the afternoons. Plenty of shopping near by. Grocery stores and farmers market close enough to walk. The house has plenty of cross ventilation to stay cool, beautiful old piano upstairs and lots of room!"
    Guest: Squirrel Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 19, 2016
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  • Perfect Waikiki location.

    "Two blocks from the beach with AMAZING views from the balcony of the ocean and the mountains. Plenty of restaurants and shopping in walking distance as well as a convenience store on the ground floor of the building. The condo itself was great. Comfy enough bed, full kitchen and all the towels you could want. We rented a car because we needed to travel to different parts of the island so the on premises parking was a god send. Can't recommend this rental enough."
    Guest: Sean B. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 19, 2016
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  • A dazzling perch in the sky over Waikiki, in the serene Gold Coast neighborhood.

    "The Maile Penthouse can make you forget the rest of the world. Atop one of the midcentury Gold Coast towers fringing the foot of Diamond Head, the Maile feels suspended between sea and sky. The lights of Waikiki sparkle outside one glass wall, while the green flanks of Diamond Head's iconic pyramid fill the other. The apartment is efficiently laid out, with a comfortable bed facing a mirrored wall. There was a large flatscreen television, but I never felt the need to turn it on, preferring to spend evenings watching the sailing catamarans sweep past paddlers returning to the Outrigger Canoe Club next door. Likewise the air conditioning - I'm sure it works but the opportunity to sleep instead with trade winds carrying the sound of surf through the shutters was too appealing. Jan has thoughtfully provided almost everything you need, from Wi-fi to washcloths. There are dishes, utensils, a coffeemaker, a hair-dryer, iron, bath and beach towels, and cleaning supplies. The refrigerator was stocked with drinks and snacks. It's a short walk to central Waikiki's shops and restaurants, but I enjoyed many happy hours lounging on the lawn. Occasionally I'd slip into my flipflops to walk a few steps along the seawall and climb down the steel ladder into the warm surf. The Maile's building, the Diamond Head Beach Hotel, is small and quiet, with a mix of rental condos and owner-occupied units. Every resident I met was friendly, helpful and pleasant. Living in paradise makes people happy. It's not necessary to have a car on Oahu, as Uber, taxis and the excellent public bus system will get you almost anywhere on the island. The bus stops just a few steps from the Maile's building. Jan was helpful and readily accessible. She provided all the information I needed in advance of the trip and quickly answered any questions I had while I was there. I will absolutely return, the sooner the better."
    Guest: Kathryn S. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 21, 2016
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  • Small but charming!

    "My husband and I stayed in Daniel's apartment for 8 days. It was spotless. Air conditioning was cold which was very important because of the high humidity. Parking was easy although there was a $17. daily fee which I learned was not unusual in Waikiki. The towels were as plush as it gets! Small kitchen but was able to cook breakfast and make coffee. The 10th floor was a favorite. The view was perfect. Also liked the amenities of the " hotel" such as receptionist, piano player in the lobby, bar on the 2nd floor and the close proximity to the beach."
    Guest: Marci B. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 16, 2016
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