Totally Renovated 2 Bedroom Condo with Stunning Views of Papohaku Beach


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    $178 avg/night


    Hawaii> Maunaloa
    • 2 bedroom
    • 2 bathroom
    • Sleeps 4

    Welcome to Ke Nani Kai, and unit number 218, in the coveted front row.

    Located in the Kaluakoi area, on the island's west side, where most of the days are sunny and dry, with a constant cooling trade wind breeze. This is also the part of the island with many white sand beaches, where you may be the only lucky one there on some days.

    This top floor renovated condo was done with an attention to quality materials and comfortable furnishings. The interior was recently painted . There are ceiling fans in every room to keep you cool. The floors are travertine throughout, and even out onto the lanai. There are two king bedrooms. The master bedroom is on the ocean view side, with a sliding door out to the partially covered lanai. Here, you will have ocean views in two directions, and open views towards Papohaku Beach. This is Molokai's longest white sand beach, approximately 3 miles long, and backed by high sand dunes.
    You can easily walk there in 10 minutes, or drive over to the County Park for access.

    There are two other beaches within walking distance: Kepuhi Beach (5 minutes) and Make Horse (10-15 minutes). Make Horse is famous as the beach where one of the Pirates of the Carribean was filmed.

    During the morning hours, you will see people riding bicycles, running, and walking.
    You can walk for miles, with very little traffic. You can also walk on sidewalks that lead you to Kepuhi Beach.

    The pool is heated, and second to none. There is a large pool deck area with comfortable lounge chairs and tables in sunny, and shaded areas. There is also a spa, tennis courts, and gas grills scattered around the property.

    The days are sunny and warm, and the beaches have very few people. There are miles of shoreline to see, with beautiful white sand beaches, as well as tide pools to explore.
    Molokai is unique among the Hawaiian Islands in that it is not crowded with tourists.
    It is the birthplace of hula, and there are many festivals during the year. You can go whale watching during the winter season, take a cultural hike into the Halawa Valley and waterfall, or join a group of snorkelers on a boat ride out to the largest reef in the US. You can hike the high reaches of the Kamakou Preserve, where there are many species of birds and plants that only grow there.

    Molokai will grow on you, as the days go by, often too quickly. People are friendly, and always willing to talk story. If you show respect ...

    Registration Number: GE-013-539-5840-01,TA-013-539-5840-01,510030130014

     
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    Kali S.
    Mar 19, 2023
    Had a lovely time on Molokai! The place has a great view, comfortable beds, and everything you need.
    shayla s.
    Mar 13, 2023
    Ke Nani Kai is a beautiful spot on the West end of Molokai. The pool and grounds are wonderful and the condo was perfect for our group (2 couples) with 2 king beds and bathrooms. Beautiful view off the deck of Papohaku beach and for enjoying sunsets. The condo was clean and homey and had everything we could need including beach chairs and lots of cooking supplies. Would absolutely stay here again and recommend to others!
    Vicki C.
    Jan 24, 2023
    Molokai is remote and quiet. We loved the Whale watching and the very friendly people. The Condo was perfect for our group. The pool however was freezing cold and hard to take advantage of. Most of the staff were helpful.
    Jane T.
    Dec 15, 2022
    Enjoyed our thanksgiving vacation there
    Alexander K.
    Dec 10, 2022
    This is the 4th time we have come to Molokai and stayed at KeNaniKai. This last condo (218) was great! We used the deck all the time.