Guest Reviews

“Please enjoy our home in paradise!”


♦♦♦♦♦ 5 of 5
Nice place with three pools, views, etc. Excellent location, near prime snorkeling and Kona. Many activities were in range with a car.

SamMaryland | October 2016
Michelle F.

Just perfect!
♦♦♦♦♦ 5 of 5

Lovely home! Comes with everything you might possibly need. Just perfect.

Michelle F.Illnau, Zurich | June 2016
Jim R.

Another fantastic stay!
♦♦♦♦♦ 5 of 5

We stay here every year, vacancy permitting, and absolutely love the home/condo. Completely furnished and great view from the lanai of the pool and ocean.

Owners are remarkable people, easy to work with and take great pride in their condo. Refurbished this year and last, with new bathrooms and flooring.

We are already reserved for the next two years!

Jim R.Corona, CA | March 2017
Nancy N.

♦♦♦♦♦ 5 of 5
Our family enjoyed a delightful week together in your lovely condo. We found everything exactly as represented on the website; I don’t like surprises so this was an absolute positive! The location worked nicely for our exploration of the Big Island and its varied terrain. I would be happy to return and can definitely recommend this property. The evening sunsets were truly magnificent. Thank you.

Nancy N.Seattle, WA | September 2016
Malia F.

Can’t wait to go back!
♦♦♦♦♦ 5 of 5
Perfectly positioned condo to enjoy the main pool and beautiful view. The condo itself was extremely well equipped and spacious for our family; it even included a high chair. The condo was very spacious and very comfortable in every regard. Master bed was super comfortable. The complex was well maintained and facilities very good. Would most certainly like to return and highly recommend this place. Thanks for sharing your condo in such a special part of the world. We loved it all.

Malia F.Sydney, Australia | July 2015
Burt R.

Great condo in perfect location!
♦♦♦♦♦ 5 of 5
I rarely give anything a 5 star review, however, we loved this condo. It had all of the necessary amenities. Amazing views off of the lanai, the beds were comfortable, and most importantly, it was very clean. The location was perfect for our daily excursions and we enjoyed the convenience of a nearby shopping center. Try the Italian restaurant and the shave ice store. We will be staying here again when we visit Kona.

Burt R.California | January 2017

The Aloha Spirit

What Does Aloha Mean?
Aloha is the most Hawaiian word. In the Hawaiian language, it can mean hello or goodbye. It also means love and affection. The word aloha is used in a combination with other words, such as aloha kakahiaka, which means good morning; aloha auinala used as a greeting that means good afternoon; and aloha ahiahi is how you can wish good evening in Hawaiian. Because of aloha’s unique meaning and popularity, Hawaii is called the Aloha State.

Aloha is a Hawaiian symbol. Its meaning goes beyond any definition you can find about it in the dictionaries. In Hawaii, you hear aloha all the time and you are treated with aloha everywhere.

The Spirit of Aloha
The literal meaning of aloha is “the presence of breath” or “the breath of life.” It comes from “Alo,” meaning presence, front and face, and “ha,” meaning breath. Aloha is a way of living and treating each other with love and respect. Its deep meaning starts by teaching ourselves to love our own beings first and afterwards to spread the love to others.

According to the old kahunas (priests), being able to live the Spirit of Aloha was a way of reaching self-perfection and realization for our own body and soul. Aloha is sending and receiving a positive energy. Aloha is living in harmony. When you live the Spirit of Aloha, you create positive feelings and thoughts, which are never gone. They exist in space, multiply and spread over to others.

Inspired by the philosophy and the wisdom of the Spirit of Aloha, nowadays many institutions and businesses in Hawaii carry its name: Aloha Tower, Aloha Stadium and Aloha Airlines. Many Hawaiian singers write and perform songs about aloha as well.

“Aloha to learn what is not said, to see what cannot be seen
and to know the unknowable.”

Queen Lili’uokalani

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Mahalo oe no ka i kā mākou poʻe hoaʻai!

Thank you for being our guests!