Lots of condos have ocean frontage, lovely lanais, and seaside pools. But Hale Pohaku vacation rentals is a cut above; designed by famous Hawaiʻi architect Vladimir Ossipoff, these spacious condo units share no adjoining walls, and were thus designed with privacy and quiet in mind. Live in the lap of luxury during your amazing Kona vacation!
Double the Fun!
With such a spacious two-bedroom condo at your disposal, you’ll want to invite the whole family, or maybe take a vacation with another couple. Each bedroom has its own private bath. With ventilation built in everywhere you look, the ocean breezes will cool you naturally (though AC is available for an extra charge). The large lanai is perfect for watching whales in season, as well as looking for sea turtles and other marine life as you gaze down on the tidepools and small beach below. The complex is small; with only six units total, you’ll enjoy near-private access to the salt water pool, paddle tennis court, and adjacent beach area.
Hale Pohaku Beachside resorts have it all.Proximity to shopping and restaurant areas is key to your enjoyment here. It’s either a long walk or a short drive (unless you rent a bike, then it’s just perfect!) to the downtown pier area. Have dinner or sunset cocktails, and walk them off on the way home. Ride a bike down Aliʻi Drive, stopping along the way at little beaches and coves. Or hop on the convenient Kona-Keauhou trolley if you’re tired of walking. Aliʻi Drive offers everything you could need, and more: souvenir shopping, great bars and restaurants overlooking the water, a pier from which you can hop on a dinner cruise (or a parasail boat), and the fascinating historical sites of Huliheʻe Palace and Mokuʻaikaua Church. You’ll be amazed at how much fun can be found in such a small area!
Adventures Further Afield
Once you look beyond Kailua-Kona, the myriad possibilities will astound you. There’s beaches, of course, with a plethora of new ocean sports to try out along with your old favorites; try hydro bikes, stand-up paddling, or scuba diving. There’s incredible historical sites to visit, such as the Place of Refuge (Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau), Puʻukoholā Heiau, the temple constructed by Kamehameha when he sought to unite the islands, and of course, the snorkeler’s paradise of Kealakekua Bay, the final resting place of Captain Cook. You’ll also find that amazing tour opportunities abound, which can take you into places you’d never be able to visit otherwise (think waterfalls on private land). Consider your preferences, and start planning!
Well, what are you waiting for? Hale Pohaku Kona is waiting for you!