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King Kalakaua Suite with Ocean View

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2 Guests
1 Bed

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Enjoy your own King Kalakaua Suite overlooking our wild thirteen acres of Hawaiian native plants and guava orchard and a big view of the ocean. We've furnished this suite to replicate several items of King Kalakaua's reign--bringing in convenient amenities and connection to the world.

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Small mahogany dining table, with antique secretary desk and rattan loveseat.

The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: House
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Pet Owner: Dog(s) and Cat(s)


Cleaning Fee: $50
Weekly Price: $490 /week
Monthly Price: $1400 /month
Cancellation: Strict


House Rules

Safety Features
Smoke Detector
Carbon Monoxide Detector
First Aid Kit
Safety Card
Fire Extinguisher

3 nights minimum stay

The indoor kitchenette is discreetly tucked into the enormous closet, with small refrigerator, microwave, toaster oven, hot plate, toaster, electric tea kettle and coffee maker.

4 Reviews

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From Kaneohe, HI · January 2015
Response from Christine:

Thanks so much, Geoffrey. Very fun and inspiring to have the both of you here. Wishing you all the best in your new Hawaiian house and community. Come back and see us sometime!


January 2015

From Orangevale, CA · February 2014

February 2014

From Victoria, Canada · February 2014
Response from Christine:

I have to say I am very sad to read this review. I tried to prepare folks in our write up that this is 'soft opening' meaning that we are not sophisticated yet and we have a higher standard as a goal. That said, the criticisms serve as a guide on what we need to improve. So thank you. The floor will be having the full acid clean and paint treatment by early May, I believe. The floor currently feels perfectly fine to my feet right now. Maybe I'm just insensative--will make sure to have our new housekeeper do regular good cleanings. We find the relatively hard mattress super comfortable; but I realize that we may be in the minority. We will be attending to this immediately to add a more cushy top pad or find a softer mattress. We want our guests to sleep deep.

Can't do anything about the coqui frogs. If you are a light sleeper--East Hawaii may not be your best choice. Our coqui's are not as loud as many places at lower elevations. But they do exist; with a noise level somewhat similar to crickets, in my opinion. We have recently been putting the dogs inside at night and that keeps them quiet. They are quiet mostly during the day--except when the cows come really close to the fence or a jogger comes up the road. Then, they will bark. If we are home we bring them in at those times during the day.
But... if you are planning to stay in during the day here a lot--this may not be your best choice. I cannot promise the dogs will always be quiet during the day.

Anywhoo... we're improving all the time. I believe you will find this with subsequent guest comments. Hope so.

February 2014

About the Host, Christine

Papaikou, Hawaii, United States
Member since December 2008

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