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This place is fine for the price. right on the seafront which is great, but ridiculous as this sounds we had trouble sleeping due to the waves on the rocks below our room. Need to have windows open because no AC.
Would probably look for...More
Charming place managed by very friendly people. We had booked a week in late March, early April 2017. No frills, no AC but the room had a good fan and the location is great. Good breakfast. The lanai overlooks the water - we saw lots...More
You really need to book! Take any room you can get! It's worth it. Way better than a crowded resort and pool.
Rooms are basic but clean and all you really need on a beach holiday!
Highly recommend this place !
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Response from Scu1uba, Owner at Kona Tiki HotelResponded 4 April 2017
We are so glad you had such a good stay with us. We hope to see you again!
Kona Tiki Owner
Kona Tiki needs a facelift. Peeling paint, rotted wood around windows and sole ceiling fan doesn't generate enough breeze to cool the room. The closer one is to Road the louder it is and the lighter the breeze. The Kona Tiki is open air. If...More
If you are lucky enough to stay here, your in for a great time! Rooms are a bit older and rustic, but clean and comfortable. Every room has its own little lanai, which opens to the sounds of crashing waves like you've never heard before....More
Response from Garrette M | Property representative |
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.