Rental Details

Location: Waikiki - Honolulu HI 65535
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RATES:
  • 99/Night
  • 599/Week
  • 1999/Month

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Emmanuel Chen
808-924-9522

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Description

This air-conditioned executive suite has lots of upgrades and additions. It is high tech with a Pentium llI computer that allows internet access. This is an immaculate one bedroom that sleeps four to five comfortably. It has a Deluxe King bed in the bedroom and a Queen sleeper couch bed with lots of extra linens. There is also a single futon with linens for a fifth person. This suite has been stocked with Nintendo 64 & games and a current movie video library. It boasts a full kitchen with brand new refrigerator, stove/oven, pots, pans, rice cooker, dishes and silverware. Also deluxe Sharper Image T-Fal toaster, heavy duty blender, 2 color TVs, 2 stereos(CD & Tape), 2 VCRs, DVD Player, Panasonic microwave, tea pot, coffee maker and grinder, 2 remote phones, 2 smoke alarms, iron and ironing board, large vacuum and hand vacuum, Sharper Image Ionic Breeze air cleaner and even a Sharper Image Sound soother/clock radio/CD player in the bedroom.
The unit is on the second floor and easily accessible by stairs or elevator....just 5 steps from the elevator and parking. You will enjoy visiting because of your proximity to the beach, (Hilton Hawaiiian Village Beach Resort and Spa) and ocean activities, shopping (Ala Moana Shopping Center), grocery store (The Food Pantry), night life, restaurants and of course the new Hawaii Convention Center. If you go to http://www.mapquest.com/, you will see that the unit is one block to the beach and (Waikiki) is just 25 minutes from the airport. The Hensons stayed here and said it was underpriced back when it was $115 per night. You can find cheaper units, but this is by far the most for your money. The unit is located on Kalakaua Ave. where McCully intersects it.
There are fireworks one block away at the Hilton Hawaiian Beach Resort and Spa every Friday night between 7:30 pm and 8:30 pm. Your building hosts the best breakfast place in North America....Eggs 'n Things.
The full kitchen will save you money and it is all brand new! Please call or write with any questions or concerns and yes, underground secured parking with a security parking card are provided at no extra cost just steps from the unit. The free local telephone service will save you money compared to staying in a hotel. The name of the building is "The Kalakauan". I look forward to your visit!
Please call or email me with any questions or concerns. I look forward to your happy visit and best vacation ever!
Price is based on double occupancy. Add $10 per night per person after two people.

Rental Information

Sleeps 5 Icon Sleeps 5
1 Bedroom Icon 1 Bedroom
1 Bathroom Icon 1 Bathroom
1 Floor Living Space Icon 1 Floor Living Space
No Pets Icon No Pets

Things To Do

Oahu isn't just any other beach destination. It has a wonderfully
rich, ancient history and culture, and people who are worth getting
to know. If you want to meet the "local" folks who live on Oahu,
check out the following:
Watch the Ancient Hawaiian Sport of Canoe Paddling: From February to
September, on weekday evenings and weekend days, hundreds of canoe
paddlers gather at Ala Wai Canal and practice the Hawaiian sport of
canoe paddling. Find a comfortable spot at Ala Wai Park, next to the
canal, and watch this ancient sport come to life.
Attend a Hawaiian-Language Church Service: Kawaiahao Church (tel.
808/522-1333) is the Westminster Abbey of Hawaii; the vestibule is
lined with portraits of the Hawaiian monarchy, many of whom were
coronated in this very building. The coral church is a perfect
setting to experience an all-Hawaiian service, held every Sunday at
10:30am, complete with Hawaiian song. Admission is free; let your
conscience be your guide as to a donation.
Buy a Lei from Vendors in Chinatown: There's a host of cultural
sights and experiences to be had in Honolulu's Chinatown. Wander
through this several-square-block area with its jumble of exotic
shops offering herbs, Chinese groceries, and acupuncture services.
Before you leave, be sure to check out the lei sellers on Maunakea
Street (near North Hotel Street), where Hawaii's finest leis go for
as little as $2.50.
Observe the Fish Auction: There is nothing else quite like the
Honolulu Fish Auction at the United Fishing Agency, 117 Ahui St.
(below John Dominis Restaurant), Honolulu, HI 96814 (tel.
808/536-2148). The fishermen bring their fresh catch in at 5:30am
(sharp), Monday to Saturday, and the small group of buyers wanders
from big fat tunas to weird-looking hapupu, bidding on the price of
each fish. Don't be surprised if you don't recognize much of the
language the bidders are using; it is an internal dialect developed
over decades, which only the buyers and the auctioneer understand.
The auction lasts until all the fish are sold. It is well worth
getting up early to enjoy this unique cultural experience.
Get a Bargain at the Aloha Flea Meet: For 50¢ admission, it's an
all-day show at the Aloha Stadium parking lot, where more than 1,000
vendors are selling everything from junk to jewels. Go early for the
best deals. Open Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday from 6am to 3pm.

Amenities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Cable TV
  • CD Player
  • Coffee Maker
  • Cooking Utensils
  • DVD Player
  • Linens Provided
  • Microwave Oven
  • Stereo
  • Telephone
  • VCR

Other Amenities

laundry room on premises one floor below...Internet service included. Price is based on double occupancy. Add $10 per night per person after two people.

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