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- 1 bedrooms
- 1 bathrooms
- Sleeps 4
Type: Apt. / CondoBeachfront Paradise at the Hawaiian Princess
Description from the owner
Our sixth floor, air conditioned, one bedroom condo has been
totally refurbished with your ultimate satisfaction and convenience in mind.
This quality condo sleeps four comfortably with a queen-size bed and a queen-size self inflating
air mattress.The bedroom has it's own TV/VCR/radio,phone and ceiling fan.
The living room also has a large TV/DVD/CD player and ceiling fan. Two
large chairs with ottomans make for relaxation in comfort and style.
Fully equipped kitchen with all new, modern appliances including
dishwasher, refrigerator with icemaker, blender, coffeemaker,
electric water boiler, microwave, rice cooker and toaster.
There is also ...Read more
About the owner
About the owner
Response rate 55%
Response time Within 2 days
Calendar updated 7 days ago
Overall rating4.6 / 5.0 based on 8 reviews
Beachfront Paradise at the Hawaiian Princess
Additional Location Information
Leave the city life behind for a true Hawaiian experience. Our
condo at the Hawaiian Princess is only 35 miles from the Honolulu
Airport and just a short, scenic drive to the many attractions on
the island. Right from the comfort of your condo, you'll enjoy
breath-taking ocean views, whale watching, gorgeous sunsets and the
sound of the surf. Our location is one of the islands best kept
secrets with its beautiful, pristine, uncrowded, white sandy beach
and crystal clear, turquoise water just steps away. Our little cove
is home to a variety of sea life including sea turtles, dolphins and
tropical fish. There is also a nice little surf-break right off the
point as well as the world class Makaha Surf Beach just up the road
about a mile.
Can’t beat the one in front of you, but if the waves are too big, try Pokai Bay (one mile south). Makaha Beach is the next one to the north and hosts the National Surfing Championships in Dec.
For no waves and grass and shade try Ko Olina. Go EAST (toward Waikiki) on Farrington Hwy exactly 10.4 miles and follow the signs to KO OLINA. Tell the guard at the guard shack you are going to the beach and and go past the Paradise Cove Luau (best on the island) and past the Ihilani Hotel and park down one of the next three right turns. There is fabulous snorkeling down the 2nd street (Waalil Pl.) and very few people, but you must arrive early to get a parking space. Surfboards & snorkeling gear, bikes and more, can be rented at Hale Nalu on Farrington Hwy right across the street from the Waianae Store. Mention you are staying at the Hawaiian Princess for their special guest rate. www.halenalu.com. They also can arrange surf lessons for those that are interested. We have heard good reports about one instructor named Mani. We have lots of beach gear in the storage closet in the outside hallway, so be sure to check there before renting anything.
Just 5 minutes away, left on Makaha Valley Road to the Y – choose either Makaha Resort on the left or Makaha Country Club on the right.
www.makaharesort.net & www.makahavalleycc.com
Sorry, no spectacular eateries up here but the local places are great and fun. ALOHA AINA, on the ocean-side of Farrington Hwy serves great homemade style breakfast and lunch made with locally grown organic produce. They also have some great coffee drinks and smoothies. They are open from 7-11 for breakfast and 11-3 for lunch. THE RED BARON has some good dinner specials as well as pizza and the usual Italian fare. I know Tuesday night is a favorite for their Prime Rib special. I’ve also heard good things about HANNARA RESTAURANT (especially their Saimin), CATHAY HOUSE on the same side as Waianae Mall (I think you can still bring your own booze), WAIANAE BEACH CLUB on the military post at Army St. is fun and quite good. The MAKAHA RESORT has a nice atmosphere and beautiful view overlooking the golf course out to the ocean but it has changed hands several times so I am not familiar with the latest menu. I’ve heard they have a good dinner buffet on Saturday night. If you are looking for something nicer there are some very nice restaurants at Ko Olina and Kapolei.
If you are looking for a real adventure check with WILD SIDE SPECIALTY TOURS at (808) 306-7273 or www.sailhawaii.com. They provide all kinds of wonderful experiences from sailing with whales, diving with dolphins, trekking with turtles or snorkeling in solitude. They are based right in Waianae Harbor. You will see their large, white catamaran go by the condo everyday.
More About This Location
Beach or lakeside relaxation, Warm winter getaways, Waterfront
Car is not necessary