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Recent Makaha reviews

  • Comfortable, private, and away from the busy tourist activity.

    "We went here in part for our anniversary...it 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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  • Comfortable place to stay with an awesome view!

    "This was our first time to Hawaii and I can say we'll be back. The condo was exactly what we wanted. It was comfortable and had all the things we needed to make our stay enjoyable. The kitchen was well stocked with everything needed to make your own food. The beach was amazing! Thank you Nora for a wonderful time!"
    Guest: Cody N. Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: May 28, 2016
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  • Fabulous home!!!!

    "I would like to start by saying that Ashley the property manager was super nice and wonderful to deal with. Our stay at this home was more then I could have ever hoped for. We stayed with 13 adults and 5 kids including 2 toddlers under the age of 2 and had plenty of room to spare. They provided pack-n-plays and beach toys that the little ones enjoyed very much. The balcony gate locked to keep little ones from stairs, that was wonderful however: the slates around the balcony were spaced far enough apart that they could slip through so it kept us on our toes. (not a problem but would be convenient it they were closer together to ease the parents minds.) We had our wedding on the back lawn and were soooo happy with our water view. We swam everyday at Aki's cove and snorkeled, several of those swims included sea turtles (that was a bucket list item for me). It got a little too hot or us so we purchased some cheap box fans from Walmart and all was right again. LOL we just left them for the next guest in the hopes of easing the heat a little for them. All the neighbors that we encountered were very friendly and helpful when looking for things such as fishing pole rentals and bait. We all enjoyed our stay very much and look forward to staying again. I would recommend this property to anyone looking to stay in Oahu. Its close enough to all the tourist attractions but far enough to get out of the hustle and bustle of the city. enjoying the sunset from the balcony every night with a glass of wine and friends is something we will never forget. Thank you for allowing us to have a wedding to remember on your property. Mahalo Until next time Ashley, Mike and Family"
    Guest: Ashley S. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 16, 2016
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  • So peaceful and restful.

    "We loved staying at your condo in Makaha. The views are spectacular from your lanai. The sunsets were amazing. Slept well every night with the waves crashing. Didn't need the air conditioning with the breeze coming through. Place was well appointed and clean. Pool and hot tub were well kept up and access to beach and snorkeling just down below. We were hoping to swim with the dolphins in at Makua or Yokahama beach down the road. Maybe next time. Fish at Makua and beach in front of condo were diverse. We were lucky to have gotten some snorkeling in before the swell came in but enjoyed watching the surfers at Makaha Surf beach that day. Loved the local Hawaiian feel of the area and how peaceful, quiet and beautiful the beaches were with the mountain range as backdrop. Such a nice getaway from the hustle and bustle of Honolulu. We will be back."
    Guest: May and Jeff Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 16, 2016
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