Hawaii Vacation Rental
Would you like to go on vacation in beautiful Kauai, the “garden island” of the Hawaiian Islands in 2016? Would you like to stay at a timeshare that has a full kitchen so you have the option of cooking a meal or 2 or 20 when you are there? Then keep reading.
I have 2 different timeshares available in the same resort. This beautiful place is situated on the north shore of Kauai, and is situated on very high cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The resort is sandwiched between the ocean and jagged beautiful volcanic mountains. I have vacationed there twice in the past 2 years. It is incredible.
I have a 1 bedroom timeshare that sleeps 4. It has a pullout couch in the living room. There are 2 full bathrooms, and there is a washer and dryer inside of the unit! You have cable TV, a DVD player, kitchen utensils, pots, pans, coffee maker, dishwasher, microwave, full sized oven, full sized fridge, etc. Everything you need to vacation and stay in if you want to. This rents for $1,095 for the week.
I also have a 1-bedroom with a loft that sleeps 6. The first floor is the same as the 1-bedroom. The second floor has 2 queen sized beds, a dresser, a TV, a desk, a chair, and 2 big closets. This rents for $1,395 for the week.
It’s about an hour or so drive from the airport (Lihue). It’s in a newer development called Princeville. It’s in between 3 legendary golf courses: The Prince Course (one of America’s top 100 courses), the Makai Golf Club (open to the public, you would be golfing some holes on the cliffs looking at the water!), and the Robert Trent Jones course which gives discounts to people staying at The Cliffs. You can walk to a beach. There is a supermarket close by. With a short drive you can take a helicopter sight-seeing ride, ride horses, use a zip-line, ride an ATV, surf, go out to eat, hike incredible trails, see waterfalls, take a boat to see the legendary Na Pali coastline, snorkel, water ski, windsurf, go fishing, play racquetball, scuba dive, shop, and the list goes on. Eat seafood in a nearby restaurant that was caught that morning!
There are BBQs on the grounds for you to use, 2 which are under a gazebo with an ocean view. There are chairs set up all along the edge of the cliff so you can watch the sunset. You may even see humpback whales playing in the water and jumping out of the water. I saw them.
It has swimming pools that look like waterfalls are pouring water into the pool. It has 2 hot tubs that looks like you are sitting in a volcano. There is a putting green with a sand trap on the grounds. It has 2 tennis courts, a full sized volleyball/badminton court, a half-court basketball court, 2 shuffleboard courts, and a children’s playground.
You get two balconies with tables & chairs on them, one off the master bedroom, and one off of the living room. It is a floating unit which means I have a window to book, not a fixed week. The actual unit floats also, but they are the same size/description. Some have a view if the water from the balcony, others have a garden view. But they are all very close to each other, and no matter which unit they place you in, simply walk to the edge of the Cliffs on the property and view the sunrise/sunset on the water. It truly is a majestic island. The island of Oahu has 1.5 million residents. This island only has 65,000. It is the most untouched island in the Hawaiian Islands, as well as the oldest. There are beautiful gardens with tropical flowers and plants all over the island. Kauai has won the 2014 “Travelers’ Choice” award on Trip Advisor for the islands category. The best part of it is you are still on US soil.
Kauai is such a beautiful island that over 75 movies were filmed there because of its natural beauty. The list of movies filmed there include: The Jurassic Park films, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, Avatar, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Fantasy Island, King Kong, Mighty Joe Young, & Gilligan’s Island.
You get to stay on Hawaiian Cliffs with a full kitchen for either $156 or $199 a night depending on which unit you stay in. You would be hard pressed to find a better deal than this. Note: you would have to pay a small tax when you check-in, which I think cost me around $50 for the week.
I would be willing to sell the 1-bedroom timeshare for $3,395 plus closing costs, which run around $800, and I’d sell the lost unit for $6,395.
- Maximum Guests No: 1
- gas heat
- ocean view
- wine cellar
- basketball court
- lake view
- back yard
- front yard
- fenced yard
- washer and dryer
- private space
- roof deck
- hot tub