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This was our third time staying at the Kona Tiki in as many years, and we simply cannot say enough positive things about it. The location? There's nothing that compares to being literally right on the water, going to sleep with the sound of waves...More
This is budget motel style accommodation but that's not at all a negative. Located on the main road into Kailua-Kona and 10 mins flat paved walk into the main section of town, it's location is very convenient. Sitting out on a point surrounded on 2...More
My husband and I stayed here for 4 nights the third week of October 2017. This place exceeded every expectation we had! It was minutes to downtown and 2 really nice beaches. Yes is was built in the 1950s and its age shows but for...More
Cute older place. Service is great. They really know Aloha here. Ocean front place close to a few beaches. Very limited parking available and really tough parking lot to navigate. Super quiet and peaceful at night.
This is a fantastic hotel for the location and price point. It is really nice to have every room with an ocean view! The room is a good size, the bed is very comfortable, and the lanai looking to the ocean is very nice. It...More
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Our rooms do not have air conditioning. We have ceiling fans above the bed in all rooms. Most of the time, the fans are sufficient, because we are on the ocean and there are breezes, and given adequate ventilation... More
Our rooms do not have air conditioning. We have ceiling fans above the bed in all rooms. Most of the time, the fans are sufficient, because we are on the ocean and there are breezes, and given adequate ventilation, sleeping is comfortable. However, there are times when it is unusually warm and/or very humid where air conditioning would certainly help. Generally a second fan on the dresser would help in these situations.
The price varies but stays below the average of other seaside hotels considerably. In May 2016 we paid about $135 per night for a room with a kitchenette. Those rooms without a kitchenette were less expensive.