Hoyochi Nikko

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(800) 487-6002 or (808) 669-0089
3901 Lower Honoapiilani Rd, Honokowai
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This condo building is well cared for and has small but very well-kept grounds. It’s about 100 feet to the water, and the shoreline is sometimes sandy, sometimes not. In past editions they received a Solid Gold Value, but on this visit we felt the rooms were overdue for some updating. Rooms 101 to 104 and 201 to 205 are slightly larger than the rest. Though built close to the street, they use safety glass (like the kind in your windshield) to deaden the street noise, and it works really well. In short, an OK place to stay. Parking lot is very small here, so don’t rent a Hummer. Rates 1/1s (479–520 sq. ft.) are $165–$250. 2/1s, which have their second bedroom as a loft and are 611–679 sq. ft., are $200–$260. 4- or 7-night minimum.

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Resort at a Glance

  • 18 units
  • Pool
  • Free WiFi in rooms
  • Air conditioning in bedroom only
  • Ceiling fans
  • Walk-up only
  • No ADA accessibility
  • Lanais
  • Washer/dryer in unit
  • Free local calls and toll-free calls
  • Full kitchen
  • Empty fridge
  • Microwave
  • Coffee maker in room
  • TV
  • DVD player
  • Free self-parking
  • All non-smoking resort
  • Condo cleaning fee

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