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Comfortable and well equipped unit. The location is very good. It's within walking distance of shops and restaurants but away from the bustle.
This particular unit is in the back of the building, farthest from the water, but it enjoys a nice view of the...More
My husband and I rented a condo for a week at Hale Kona Kai in Kona, Hawaii the first week of Dec., 2008. The condo 312 was spectacular as we were right on the ocean with waves crashing below us. It was hard to leave...More
Missing the sun , warmth and constant sound of the surf from Unit 301. I highly recommend this apartment with it s wrap around lanai and among the palm branches where we enjoyed all our meals. It hasbeen tastefully updated and it was a pleasure...More
We booked a week in unit 407 initially. When we arrived, we had to change to another room because this unit smelled so bad we were unable to stay there. The bathroom has not been remodeled and looks unsanitary. Ginnie was as accommodating as possible....More
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Response from AlohaAdeline, Manager at Hale Kona Kai CondominiumsResponded 24 February 2009
I am very confused by this review. The guests in question initially requested a corner unit with wrap around lanai but "could not afford" one. They choose unit 407 for their stay. Prior to going to their condo they asked our on site manager for...More
We just returned home from Hawaii. We enjoyed our stay at Hale Kona Kai, #409 on the Big Island. The location of the condo was ideal...not down town, but within walking distance. The first evening there we were relaxing on the lanai, and my husband...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.