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We booked an apartment for a week at this location. I wish I would've known a few things before coming here. First of all, if you are visiting Big Island for the first time, be aware that it's very different from other islands. Big Island...More
Just 3/4 of a mile from downtown Kona, you can easily walk (although the shoulder is a bit narrow in some places). Most, if not all rooms have beautiful ocean views and with many permanent residents has more of a community feel than a resort...More
This timeshare was lovely! As soon as we arrived to check-in we were greeted with smiles and "aloha!". Staff very nice and accommodating. Timeshare was beautiful. Great view of the ocean off our balcony. Was kept very clean. Only draw back was that there was...More
Very nice large condo with a great view of ocean and pool from the balcony. Two bed rooms and two full baths, living room, kitchen, and dining room furnished with about everything you need. Good central west coast location. No air conditioning but nice breeze...More
The unit we stayed in, owned by Jon Morris, was fantastic. Great view, spacious, and everything worked. Even had small air conditioner in the living room ( only in the living room). Found that most places in Hawaii have none so this was a plus....More
US$135 - US$165 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Gotta agree with everyone else. Get a rental car. It's a "big Island" and you will need a car to get around to see the sights. I also HIGHLY recommend the guide book: Hawaii, The Big Island Revealed. It is invaluable... More
Gotta agree with everyone else. Get a rental car. It's a "big Island" and you will need a car to get around to see the sights. I also HIGHLY recommend the guide book: Hawaii, The Big Island Revealed. It is invaluable for making the best use of your time on the island. I also recommend visiting Jackie Rey's Ohana Grill in Kailua. It is just up the hill from the Sea Village Condos. My favorite place to eat in Kailua, by far. Back to rental cars, I found some great deals on Kona Rental cars through Costco Travel. Also, there is a Costco near the airport that makes a perfect place to gas up on your way back to the airport.