About this listing
40' from the ocean - sleeps 4 adults comfortably
/day, $905/wk, $2850/mo
/day, $710/wk, $2210/mo
The Hawaii bed tax is included, and will be paid
+$85 clean fee if staying than two weeks, none after
The kitchen is ready for your best efforts. Just about every cooking appliance and device imaginable (rice cooker, anyone?) - are at your fingertips. There's filtered water to the ice-maker and a blender on the counter.
This unit is recently upgraded with new appliances, doors, trim, crown molding, cherry laminate flooring, furniture, a Murphy bed in the Living Room (where you can go sleep and wake up looking out to Maui), designer lighting, fans, and plumbing fixtures
From the first time you go in through the front door, and drift out to the Lanai, you'll know you've come home..... Now, have a seat, -- and capture the everlasting three-island view.
Sit back and relax, sip a cool drink, and escape into one of the good books that you can borrow from the extensive (free) poolside library. Enjoy this beachfront getaway in a garden setting with manicured lawns, tropical flowers, and swaying palms.
Interaction with guests
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Driving out from Town, and then luxuriating amongst the beautiful Tropical grounds, is like taking a stroll back in time; --- to the Hawaii everyone first fell in love with.
There is public transportation available (the MEO buss); but most people prefer renting a car.
Alamo is the only one at the airport (MKK is the destination code).
Try Molokai Rent-a-car ( just a couple of miles from the airport).
There private alternative rentals (people who will rent their personal vehicle). Call me for more info on that,
Other things to note
Activities we highly recommend: swimming (or better, snorkeling) at 20 mile beach early in the morning -- especially when the wind has been down overnight and the tide is at mean or higher. (If there are a lot of rocks showing in the little lagoon off to the left as you look out from the lanai, you'll be better off going in at a later time.)
Early on in the trip, - try fishing with either Walter Naki (, or Cap. Joe (; and you just might fill the freezer.
Absolutely - you must try driving out East to the Halawa Valley, which will take you back through three microclimates to a beautiful beach. Drive over to the Kalaupapa Lookout (or better yet, walk into Kalaupapa, ride in on the mules, or fly in - John's favorite.) This is surely one of the most exquisite pieces of scenery in the world - and one with what must be one of our most tragic histories. Contact: Molokai Fish and Dive at nis racquets and balls and are in the tall pantry closet. Play is first come - first served, during daylight hours. More rackets and shuffleboard equipment are available at the front desk. The big square key gets you in. W96639665-01
No Smoking, Please; and no pets (except for service dogs) are allowed by the Wavecrest.
Please do not hang towels or clothing over the Lanai handrail.
No glass containers are allowed down by the pool.
Quiet hours are 9:00 PM to 8:00 AM.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.