Makai Club Resort One Bedroom Condo


Room in hotel hosted by Jennifer

  1. 4 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 2 beds
  4. 1 private bathroom
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The 1 bedroom condo features a separate bedroom with a king sized bed, a living room kitchen combination area with a queen sized sleeper sofa, and a lanai.

The space
The cozy one-bedroom condo is about 600 Square Feet
and has everything you need for up to four guests. The condo is appointed with a king size bed in the bedroom, a queen size sleeper sofa in the living room, a lanai to enjoy the tropical surroundings, a full kitchen, one full bathroom with a shower stall and a washer & dryer for your convenience. (The condo does not have a bathtub)
Some of the items the kitchen includes are: an apartment size gas stove, pots & pans, an auto-drip coffee maker, dining ware & utensils, and place settings for 4. Please refer to the amenities section of the listing for a full list of items included.

Please note: The Wi-fi is included however, it is not fast enough for video conferencing.

*The resort does not provide beach gear or food of any kind including spices.
**Beach gear can be rented at places such as KAYAK HANALEI.

What this place offers

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Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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Where you’ll be

Princeville, Hawaii, United States

Located In Princeville On The North Shore
Nicknamed the “Garden Isle,” Kauai might just be the most beautiful of the Hawaiian Islands. The North Shore has a more remote feel than some of Kauai’s other regions, giving you an authentic experience of historic Hawaii. Venture into Princeville, a bustling beachfront community, or drive just a short distance to explore the natural beauty of the island.

Area beaches include:
Pine Trees (Waioli Beach Park)
Surf’s up at Pine Trees, a beach park dedicated to surfing and bodyboarding. Trees provide plenty of shade, and there are two permanent volleyball courts near the lifeguard station. Please note that swimming is discouraged.

Anini Beach Park
Anini is popular for windsurfing, snorkeling and playing in the water. The water is more shallow here than at other beaches, and an offshore reef keeps the surface relatively calm. Trees and pavilions provide ample shade. Look out for the strong current in the marked channel near the boat ramp.

Ha’ena Beach Park
The jungle meets the ocean at this gorgeous strip of sand on Maniniholo Bay. The strong waves make this beach less ideal for swimming and surfing, but it’s certainly a beautiful place to spend the day. Tunnels Beach is within walking distance.

Hanalei Pavilion Beach Park
Hanalei Pavilion is the perfect setting for long walks by the water, sandcastle building, and simply relaxing in the sun. The beach is located just before Black Pot Beach on Weke Road. Make sure to bring a beach umbrella for shade.

Ke’e Beach
Ke’e is one of the loveliest spots on the island and a definite “must see.” Take a short walk along the lagoon for incredible views of the Napali Coast at sunset. The snorkeling here is excellent when the water is calm.

Maniniholo Dry Cave
Located directly across the street from Ha’ena Beach Park, this large cave is easy to explore and fun with kids. Make sure to bring a flashlight. If you’re up for a short hike, there are also two wet caves, Waikanaloa and Waikapale, located just up the road. Do not swim in the wet caves.

Food Tours
Marta Lane at Tasting Kauai takes you on a gastronomic adventure. Opt for a one-hour tour of the farmers market (perfect if you like to cook in your condo or just want to know where your food comes from). Or spend a half day exploring local farms and restaurants while tasting authentic Hawaiian fare.

Kilauea Lighthouse And Wildlife Refuge
The refuge is home to dozens of species of birds like the red-footed booby, Laysan albatross, wedge-tailed shearwater, and more. Your hike around the refuge may also include sightings of monk seals, turtles, and humpback whales.

Hosted by Jennifer

  1. Joined in January 2017
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I'm a mom, a Jeep girl, a philanthropist and I love to travel. Some things I enjoy are: Time with family and friends, billiards, bicycling, kayaking, pickleball, and beach walks.

During your stay

The front desk will be able to check you in and accommodate your needs, maintenance, etc.. Please use the phone provided in your room to call them if you need anything. Also, I will also be available through the Airbnb messaging system first or by phone or text if you have any other questions. The front desk is open from 8:00 AM until 6:00 PM.

Please note:
There is a $17.70 daily resort fee to be collected at the time of check in.
There is also a state transient accommodation tax of 3% that will be collected at check in. (This is not included in my rate.)
The front desk will be able to check you in and accommodate your needs, maintenance, etc.. Please use the phone provided in your room to call them if you need anything. Also, I wil…

Jennifer is a Superhost

Superhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.
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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: 16:00 - 18:00
Check out: 10:00
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

Health & safety

Airbnb's COVID-19 safety practices apply
No smoke alarm
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