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My wife and I stayed in the ocean front room, which was probably 10 steps from the beach. the room was very clean and comfortable a little on the small side but it still very nice. every morning we would open up our sliding door...More
We loved our first floor ocean view room at Islander on the Beach. It is close to LIH airport and location was great for exploring both north or south. It was so relaxing listening to the ocean as we sat on the lanai or as...More
Our ground floor room was large & clean w/ micro, small frig, dishes, dish soap & tea towel. Property is peaceful with lots of beautiful flowers & well laid out with pool, pool bar, self-laundry & free DVD's. Coconut Marketplace next door has a few...More
We really enjoyed our stay at the Aston Islander. Our room was very spacious and really beautiful. I loved the decor and the beds were amazing. We could see a slice of the ocean from our room and lanai. There was a mini fridge, microwave,...More
We loved our ocean front, 3rd floor room in the Nihau building! We woke up to the sunset every morning, we slept to the sound of the ocean right outside our door every night. The grounds of the hotel were absolutely beautiful with all the...More
There are at least 3 places close by that rent snorkels and masks by the day or week. One is in the building right to the west side of the Hotel entry. Prices very reasonable - especially by the week. You can get bikes that... More
There are at least 3 places close by that rent snorkels and masks by the day or week. One is in the building right to the west side of the Hotel entry. Prices very reasonable - especially by the week. You can get bikes that way too and that's a great way to get around on the East side of the Island. You can rent Kayaks too. Cost is a few dollars a day depending on the type you rent. Go Snooba diving. There's a place on the South side where you use snorkel gear but have a tank follow you on the surface. (And a trained diver.) Doesn't require training and you can get down 15' and stay down. Highly recommend it if you like to dive but aren't trained in Scuba. Cost about $75 per hour per person.