- 3 bedrooms
- 1 bathrooms
- Sleeps 7
Description from the owner
Secluded three bedroom, one bath home. Sleeps 7. Access to full outdoor bath.
Private beach access through garden area. All the comforts of home! Tastefully furnished. Fully equipped kitchen. Outdoor dining area.
Pacific Style Home on the Ocean Side across from the Polynesian Cultural Center. Full Kitchen Dining Table seats eight. Extensive cookware and dinnerware provided. Cable TV with DVD. Free High Speed Wireless Internet Private Patio.
Five burner stainless steel bar-b-que with propane provided. Beautifully manicured tropical garden areas lead to a sandy beach front.
Complimentary Washer and Dryer incl...Read more
PAPAYA HA LE' at Tiki Moon Villas
Additional Location Information
Historically, Laie was a puʻuhonua, a sanctuary for fugitives. While a fugitive was in the pu'uhonua, it was unlawful for that fugitive's pursuers to harm him or her. During wartime, spears with white flags attached were set up at each end of the city of refuge. If warriors attempted to pursue fugitives into the puʻuhonua, they would be killed by sanctuary priests.
Fugitives seeking sanctuary in a city of refuge were not forced to permanently live within the confines of its walls. Instead, they were given two choices. In some cases, after a certain length of time (ranging from a couple of weeks to several years), fugitives could enter the service of the priests and assist in the daily affairs of the puʻuhonua. A second option was that after a certain length of time the fugitives would be free to leave and re-enter the world unmolested. Traditional cities of refuge were abolished in 1819.
The name Laie, is derived from the word lau (leaf) and 'ie'ie, a species of climbing screwpine endemic to the area. 'Ie'ie is said to be sacred to Kane, god of the earth, god of life, and god of the forests.
Modern day Laie is home to oldest temple of the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, outside of Utah. Brigham Young University and Polynesian Cultural Center are also located within the city.
Multiple hiking trails, mostly unmarked with very little traffic are withing walking distance of Tiki Moon Villas.
The best option for transportation is rental car. Bus number 55 runs hourly from Haleiwa in the north part of the island, to Ala Moana Mall in Honolulu.
More About This Location
Beach or lakeside relaxation, Warm winter getaways, Waterfront
Last updated on September 21, 2014
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- Tax rate | 13.92% of rent
- Pet | $65
Additional notes from the owner
Although there is only one Papaya Hale', you may rent the villa with the number of bedrooms you need instead of the whole home for a better rate. The other locked out bedrooms are not used during your stay by anyone else.
3 bedroom villa: $335/night
2 bedroom villa: $295/night
1 bedroom villa: $235/night
- A/C or climate control
- Ceiling Fans
- Alarm Clock
- Linens Provided
- Washing Machine
- Clothes Dryer
- Soap/Shampoo Provided
- Towels Provided
Phone / Internet
- Internet Access
- Mountain Views
- Ocean or water views
- Private Beach
- Stove or Oven
- Paper Towels Provided
- DVD Player
- Stereo or CD player
- Satellite or cable TV
- Balcony or terrace
- Outdoor Dining Area
- Boat available
- Pet friendly - yes
- Smoking allowed - no
- Suitable for children - yes
- Suitable for the elderly - yes
- Wheelchair accessible - no
- 950 square feet