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We recently stayed at HKK and based on other reviews I thought I was prepared for the condition of the condo but still found myself disappointed with suite 413. The suite is very tired and even though this is a 30-40 year old building the...More
The 4 bedroom units are very comfortable. Of course the master suite is the best. When we arrived, the place was spotless. Windows were washed and lanai floors were scrubbed. When you have ocean spray, eventually the salt stays. The condo is better than in...More
This is our second time staying a the Hale Kona Kai. This year we were in #303. We really enjoy this area so that we can walk to dinner at night and we love watching the water in the morning while eating breakfast. Lots of...More
Hale Kona Kai #205 needs work. I rate the bathroom as one and a half stars. The tub needs a hard brush scrubbing. I wouldn't sit in it. The shower rod is one that is supposed to bow out, but it hangs straight down so...More
I loved staying at the Hale Kona Kai Condominiums. However, staying in the particular condo #403 was not enjoyable. The kitchen was horrible. We couldn't open the drawers or the cabinets and the furniture on the Lanai was falling apart. I hope to return to...More
Response from AlohaAdeline, General Manager at Hale Kona Kai CondominiumsResponded 3 weeks ago
I am so sorry you were not happy with 403. I wish I had known and had the ability to address these issues.
Very surprised to hear about the lanai set..It is not that old and it is teak, we have asked the guests...More
Response from hdnut2krack | Reviewed this property |
All of the replies are accurate. However, it is important that you know there are no lifeguards on most of the beaches and the waves and surges can be very difficult for a beginning or younger swimmer.