Welcome to paradise on the Kona coast! 1 mile south of Kailua-Kona town.

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    $175 avg/night

  • Hawaii> Kailua-Kona
    • 1 bedroom
    • 1 bathroom
    • Sleeps 4

    Enjoy the ocean breeze while your having your morning coffee or breakfast on the main lanai surrounded by a beautifully maintain tropical garden. Use Bailey's Hideaway as your staging area to the many activities awaiting you on the Big Island of Hawaii. Kailua-Kona town is just a miles walk north along the coastal Ali'i Drive. Along the way you'll pass the small but beautiful beach park of Honl's, a great place for sunset viewing. Continue on to town where you will find many restaurants to choose from.

    The Kona Makai complex is privately owned. There are many year round residents that call it home. Due to the shape of the complex (U Shape), noise travels easily. Quiet time is from 9 pm to 8 am. At all other times, noise should not be disturbing to neighbors. This includes the common areas. Be sure to read the HOA rules posted on the kitchen counter. It is important to understand that as an owner I can be fined for guests not following the rules. Unfortunately I will need to pass these on to you if incurred. These fines (mostly for noise) can amount to 100s of dollars.

    Kona Makai Amenities: Pool, Hot Tub, Tennis Courts, Fitness Room, Gas Grill/BBQ Area

    Parking: There is no assigned parking. Covered parking is by permit only.

    Due to local laws or HOA requirements, guests must be at least 21 years of age to book. Guests under 21 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian for the duration of the reservation.

    There are many beaches to explore on the island. White, black or even one of the world's only green sand beaches at South Point!

    Maybe star gazing on top of Mauna Kea. Or check out Kilauea at Volcano National Park. Will she be sleeping?

    Waterfalls a plenty to explore and view.

    The Big Island offers many hiking opportunities from coastal trails, to inland rain forest hikes. Hike down into Pololu Valley, a truly beautiful and powerful experience.

    Is deep sea fishing on your agenda? Honokohau Harbor is home to dozen of charter companies that will help you land the big one!

    There are many places to snorkel on the Big Island, from Kealakekua Bay (reachable by a 3 mile downhill trail or book a snorkeling tour) to Two Steps by the Place of Refuge. The island offers many scuba opportunities also.

    For something completely different. Kazumura Cave Tours is an unique experience for those with an adventurist side. If you are extremely claustrophobic, afraid ...

    Registration Number: TA-153-925-3760-01, GE-153-925-3760-01

    $175  avg/night
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