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Bedroom 1 / Bathroom 1 / Sleeps 2 / Apartment
Bedroom: 1  Bathroom: 1  Sleeps: 2  Type: Apartment
Pali Ke Kua #118: Kick back, relax! Whale watch or catch a georgous sunset!
TripAdvisor property ID 2456553

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Book this 1 bedroom apartment in Princeville today! A total of 2 people can sleep here comfortably.

Guests can enjoy a pool, internet access, and DVD among other amenities offered by this rental.

Travelers are sharing their opinions on this property. It has an overall rating of 4.5/5 thanks to an average of 44 reviews.

Costs vary, with the average weekly rate as low as $1155 to as high as $1400, depending on travel dates.

The manager responds to 45% of inquiries, which is lower than average, and last updated the property’s calendar Aug 18, 2017.

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About the manager

About the manager

Remax Kauai
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Calendar last updated:
18 Aug 2017
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Languages spoken: English

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Proximity to TripAdvisor's Top Princeville Attractions

Amenities

Amenities

General


  • Ceiling Fans
  • Linen provided

Phone / Internet


  • Internet access

Pool / Spa


  • Jacuzzi or hot tub
  • Shared outdoor pool (unheated)

Kitchen


  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge
  • Microwave
  • Toaster

Entertainment


  • DVD player
  • Satellite TV

Outdoor


  • Grill

Suitability


  • Children
  • Pets
  • Smoking allowed

Reviews

Reviews (44)

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“Amazing northshore visit..”

Reviewed 10 Sep 2013

Loved the property/location; & Cyrila was an absolute joy to work with! :)

“pale ke kua 118”

Reviewed 20 Aug 2013

Rented this unit in August, 2010. At that time i informed the rental co. that the ceiling fan in the living room wobbled and made noise when run on its high setting. It still does this 3 yrs later! I also informed the rental co. at that time that the living room furniture was aging and not very comfortable. It is rattan. This is appropriate for the setting but it is now too old! The rattan wall unit which houses the entertainment system is unstable! Rental co. informed of this 3yrs ago as well. When we attempted to view a DVD the picture was black and white and barely watchable. The sliding glass door on the right, as you're looking to ocean, would barely move on its track! This I lubricated with some silicone lube which I found in the unit. Then it would at least move albeit with much noise and a gritty feel. Door knobs on both the bedroom and bathroom doors are very noisy! They look new but must be of poor quality. The kitchen is very nice with its new cabinetry, appliances, and granite counters! Bath is very nicely done! The bed is new and this was greatly appreciated! I had read on trip advisor that the bed was old and sagging in the middle. I called Remax and was informed it had been replaced. It is a nice unit with wonderful views! We love its proximity to Pale Ke Kua beach (Hideaways). We would stay there again but please attend to the ceiling fan, the living room furniture, the entertainment system and the right slider!

“Best View on the Island”

Reviewed 17 Jul 2013

We split our time on the island between PKK118 and a hotel on the East shore. We were so sad to leave Pali Ke Kua. It is a great spot and we would definitely go there again. We woke each morning to a view of the ocean from our bed and I felt like the luckiest person on the island. It was so nice to be in a condo for a longer trip. I think I would have gone crazy in a small hotel room for anything over a few days. As it is, at PKK we were able to spread out and put away all of our stuff. It helped the unit feel more like home, which in turn helped us truly unwind and relax more.

“Heaven on Earth”

Reviewed 25 Jun 2013

This was our first trip to Kauai, and it was absolutely amazing! We drove all over the island and realized that we had picked the nicest area to stay on the island...and the nicest condo within the Pali Ke Kau complex! We will day dream of the beautiful views from the patio, and the the sunsets are best described as heaven on earth. The condo was well stocked with everything you need, and they even added welcoming touches like fresh muffins and coffee. We will definitely stay here again!

“Fantastic location, zero privacy”

Reviewed 2 Apr 2013

I stayed in unit 118 which is the very last ground floor unit. The views of the ocean were breathtaking. The kitchen was perfect with stainless appliances, stone countertops, and lots of accessories. There were many bonus items such as nice beach chairs, snorkel gear (old), coolers and even hats. The furniture was attractive but kind of flimsy. Had to really be careful not to damage anything. The bathroom was really nice. Again, stone countertops and excellent tile shower (no tub). Very enjoyable to use. The bedroom was disappointing. The bed was extremely saggy and getting a full nights sleep was pretty much impossible. Both my wife and I contemplated sleeping on the couches. The only other negative was the lack of privacy. Despite being the very last unit, and no walking path nearby the unit, everyone in the complex felt a need to stand in front of our lanai and take pictures. Some even took furniture off the lanai to sit closer to the ocean. Apparently they had no idea they were taking someone else's furniture although it was clearly on a private patio. Also, there was limited at&t; cell coverage except by our unit so every morning a man stood outside our unit as early as 6am yelling into his cell phone for up to two hours. I made it clear we could see him, waved at him, and finally asked him to move on. Then he came back the next day and did it again. He didn't seem to mind seeing us in our underwear at all. This behavior was repeated by many other guests. I think the rental agencies should stress to the renters that privacy is to be respected. While beaches are public patio's certainly are not. I plan to return but will be staying in an upstairs unit next time.

“Pale Ke Kua, #118”

Reviewed 14 Mar 2013

Each time I called the property mangagement company at the facility I was assisted by Matt who could not answer my questions, not even "how do I get down to the beach" and "how do I get to the beach at the St Regis". Pale Ke Kua #118 is a great location but the furniture is in need of replacement, it is falling apart(floor lamp and coffee table). The walls in the bedroom are in need of paint and the dishwasher does not clean the dishes. I saw where a previous visitor commented on the furniture as well and the response was that the furniture was purchased in 2008, if it was it has not held up well.

“Pali Ke Kua 118”

Reviewed 27 Feb 2013

World class view and location, condo fine but kitchen was only big enough for one person st a time

“top noch view place had great amenities, new living room furnitu”

Reviewed 22 Feb 2013

great condo was clean had grean amenities top notch view only request would be to upgrade furniture is living room it's getting dated, a great vacation we did not want to leave

“Can't Beat This View”

Reviewed 22 Jan 2013

Can not beat the corner unit view at this location.Had quite a few great dinners on the lanai. Kitchen is well equipped, coolers, beach chairs and towels are great to have. On the negative side bed is a bit soft and one of the lamp shades need replacing. That's it!!!

“Could be great”

Reviewed 3 Dec 2012

I would love to give this property a higher rating. It is light, bright, has a wonderful view and generally is well equipped. But, and this is the big sticking point, the furniture and decor are badly in need of replacement. Although the cushions appear to have been recovered, the finish on the bamboo frames is worn down to nothing. Flat surfaces are a melamine approximation of wood. The outdoor furniture is just as worn. Artwork is faded to a sort of antique blue. It all adds up to a generally shabby impression despite the many nice things about the unit. Furthermore, the furniture is extremely uncomfortable (except for the bed which was pretty comfy). The property management was great. We had a few issues (phone problems, no suitable skillet for breakfast fare, non-functional corkscrew) and the REMax people were very helpful and responsive. This unit has been in the owners' family for a lot of years. The kitchen and bath have been nicely updated so it's surprising the furnishings are in such poor condition. Some redecorating would bring this up to a primo property.

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