Hali‘i Kai

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(800) 367-5004 or (808) 886-4307
(808) 987-4519
69-1029 Nawahine Pl, Waikoloa

This is a long, narrow, gated property finished in 2007 with 24 two-story buildings (8 units each). Some units are two-story townhouses. Buildings 13–15 directly face the ocean. (A narrow lava field separates you and the ocean, but you can’t climb over the lava to get to it.) Buildings 10, 11 and 12 have more distant ocean views over a golf course. If you prefer greener views, pick those, though we don’t mind looking at black lava rock when the blue ocean is right behind it. Other buildings are less desirable to us because they are too far away from the pool and the water. The condos are lovely with comfortable layouts and upscale furnishings. Many master baths have a separate shower and tub. The second bedroom is a generous size, which makes it good for two couples traveling together. The ocean front unit lanais have a wet bar. There are BBQs available by the pool and by a grassy area with hammocks (if your lanai does not have one). The meandering pool is great with an ocean view, fitness room, spa and cushy deck chairs. There’s even a bar there with a full lunch and dinner menu complete with cocktails. (Good food, too.) 2/2 units (1,082–1,317 sq. ft.) are $203–$709. 3/2 or 3/3 units (1,403–1,677 sq. ft.) are $377–$929. 2- to 5-night minimum. A $20 resort fee is added per day so you can use the on-site facilities to do things such as parking your own bloody car. The second agent listed has lower prices and no cleaning fee but a 5-night minimum.

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Resort at a Glance

  • 192 units
  • Pool
  • Spa
  • Free hi-speed internet (Wi-Fi in some)
  • Restaurant
  • A/C
  • Oceanfront fitness room
  • BBQ on some lanais
  • Washer/dryer in unit
  • Tennis court
  • Half-court basketball court
  • 2- or 5-night minimum

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What Readers Have to Say

“Last year a colleague lent me your guidebook. I literally had no need of a local guide. I used your book to find all of the best, secluded beaches. I hiked wonderful ridges and trails that only a local from that neighborhood or someone who had your directions could find. Needless to say, once I found out a couple of months ago that I was returning, the first thing I did was to buy your book. I’ve already highlighted the pages for hikes and beaches I want to revisit or discover for the first time.”

- T. Hogg