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Recent Makaha reviews

  • Quite and beautiful.

    "This place was wonderful. It felt more like home than my house. The view of rhe turtles eating and swimming every morning was amazing. We saw dolphins swim by in a distance from the deck as well. We went down to Turtle Cove 5 houses down and saw the turtles lying on the beach. Two turtles even swam right by us in the water. The natural environment was amazing. The owner and manager was awsome. Anything we needed they helped us out. They gave us somethings we didn't have to buy for the wedding. There was enough beds for all of us. The ocean breeze coming thru the windows at night was great for sleeping and our sinuses cleared up while we were there. I would not want to stay in some fancy hotel. The security here was better. The kids played in the yard daily. The wall protected them from getting in the ocean without us knowing. I did not mind the hour drive to the statium for the swap meet. It is a very good place to get anything you want. I loved the Japanese culture here. I could go on and on. This place is good for groups and anyone that wants peace and see the beautiful island."
    Guest: Shelly D. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 16, 2016
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  • Beautiful House with Beautiful views!

    "This house was perfect for me and my family! I loved that each bedroom had a bathroom and a patio door. The pool was perfect! I would love to come back and stay here again!"
    Guest: Christina A. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 30, 2016
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  • Comfortable, private, and away from the busy tourist activity.

    "We went here in part for our was a wonderful and relaxing stay! From the lanai overlooking the beach, we saw dolphins, surfers, and snorkelers enjoying the water. We met some wonderful residents poolside, and enjoyed feeling like we were locals instead of harried tourists. The sunsets were spectacular, and at night the stars and moon were bright and sparkly. A few times, we saw bioluminescent squid in the waves breaking on the beach at night...unexpected and intriguing! We were close to hiking trails, and snorkeling was perfect from the State Park beach next to us...which was never crowded. We saw many types of fish and some turtles lazily swimming beneath us. The breeze flowed through from 3 sides of the unit, and kept us pretty comfortable. The sound of the surf was all around...sort of "white-noise". We traveled all over the island, did some hiking and exploring, and it always was nice to come "home". In nearby Waianai, there were stores to meet grocery and personal needs, and some nice restaurants too. We liked Cochitas...a Columbian/Puerto Rican restaurant recommended by residents. But we usually bought local foods to prepare ourselves. "Big-Time" shopping is available also, about 30 minutes away...and also the intersection to go to the North Shore. We got souvenirs at the "Swap Meet" at Aloha Stadium (Halewa Stadium on the signs). The unit was clean and bright, and the bed was a comfortable memory foam type. We used our Netflix and Amazon accounts on the TVs, and watched the Seahawks!! Everything we needed was supplied in the way of cookware and beach supplies (towels, chair, umbrella)...hairdryer, and a coin-op laundry. The beach was easy to access, and we felt like we had plenty of privacy as we sat on the lanai to eat, read, or star gaze. The owners were great to work with, and the staff attending the property were nice folks...and nice to visit with. Traffic is slow...but you're on vacation, so just give yourself time to go at a sea-turtle's pace. We liked hiking up to Manoa Falls (above Waikiki) and Makapu'u Point lighthouse on the northeast of the island. We also drove almost all of the cross-mauka roads and along the perimeter of the island...gorgeous!! There is a lot of history at Pearl Harbor, and many old gun placements and lookouts from the 1940s and 1950s all over. We liked the local farmers' markets...the fruit is fantastic, and the avocados are the size of softballs! Come enjoy Makaha!"
    Guest: Noreen S. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 3, 2016
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  • We found heaven at The Makaha Beach Cabanas

    "Aloha! Our stay at the Makaha Beach Cabanas was wonderful! Hope was there to greet us and made us feel at home. The unit was just the right amount of space for the two of us. It's bright, clean, quiet, well maintained, and fully loaded. So all you need to bring is you bathing suit! The best part is it overlooks the ocean-- it's so close, you fall asleep listening to the sound of waves hitting the shore. Every night we ate dinner on the balcony table and watched the sun set. It was so perfect, we felt like we were in a movie. The beach is big and sandy, the water is incredible, and it's never crowded. The apartment building is inhabited by both locals and tourist alike for a nice mix. The locals are very nice. If you're like us and don't want to rent a car, fear not because transit rocks. There's a bus stop a minute walk away from the complex and buses run every 12 minutes or so. They've also got 24 hour security, which made us feel even safer. In my opinion, Makaha is the best place to vacation in Oahu and Hope is the best person to stay with. It's not overly crowded and full of tourists like Honolulu is. Needless to say, our trip was nothing short of perfect."
    Guest: Katie and Ivan Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 22, 2016
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