Pricing is based on 4 guests. Each additional guest is $125 per night, per person.
History abounds the 2.95-acres – you can feel the ‘mana,’ (power) present the moment you enter the property. Hale Kai is one of Hawaii’s best-kept secrets. It provides the epitome of privacy while being steps away from every modern activity available. You won’t believe the beauty until you see it, and even then, it’s hard to believe! This is simply Hawaii living at its best. Hale Kai is a beautiful private and gated Historic Hawaiian Estate located on nearly 3 acres of rarely available oceanfront property (500 foot frontage) right in the heart of Historic Keauhou Bay on the Big Island of Hawaii. This newly furnished and renovated residence includes a spacious open air living room, outside dining areas (seating for 12 to 14), fully equipped kitchen and office. All share a breathtaking view of the bay and open ocean.
The main residence includes a large master suite, which boasts its own private entrance and views of the bay. Adding to the extravagance of the property is the ocean side emerald blue tiled pool complete with lanai, pool side decking and guest suite. Located just behind the pool house are two spacious and separate guest hales each with their own bath and private entry. The tropical garden stretches all the way to the water's edge to the Estate's private dock, where guests can enter the calm waters of Keauhou Bay to snorkel and swim. Enjoy a top quality private tennis court nestled on the property. This was installed by California based John Saviano in 2014. The property is fully furnished with resort amenities including: wi-fi, cable TV, BBQ, AC, security system, and ample parking. Resident caretaker on property in a separate cottage. Concierge services available - please inquire with property manager upon booking. Not available for Weddings or Events.
Hawaii TAT: TA-126-531-7888-01
- Master Suite- King Bed located in main house
- Kai Nalu Suite (located in separate bungalow near pool) - King Bed
- Honu Hale and Lei Hale Suites: (located in separate bungalow connected by one wall) - Both have a Queen bed and Twin Bed.
- There is an additional office/den with two twin beds available.
Pets: Not Allowed
Living: Air Conditioning in each Bedroom, Ceiling Fans, Hair Dryer, High Speed Wireless Internet, Iron, Ironing Board, Linens, Large Capacity Washer & Dryer, Large Outdoor Dining Area
Kitchen: Blender, Coffee Maker, Cookware, Corkscrew, Full Kitchen, Microwave, Mixer, Refrigerator, Rice Cooker, Dishwasher, Toaster, Wine Glasses and more!
Outdoor: Ocean Front, Waterfront Dock, Boat & Kayak Rentals Available, Private Tennis Court, Outdoor Lanai, Private Pool and BBQ.
Business: Nearby ATM, Nearby Bank, Nearby Dining, Nearby Internet Cafe, Nearby Post Office, Nearby Shops
Entertainment: Cable TV, Large Flat Screen TV in Living Room and each Bedroom Suite.
Geographic: Near Shopping Center, Near Kona Country Club Golf Course, Walk to Kailua-Village
Convenience: Dining Nearby, Movie Theatres, Nearby Grocery, Nearby Medical Services, Shipping Services Nearby, Shopping Nearby, Costco within 20 Minute Drive
Culture: Hawaiian Cultural Events, Luaus Nearby
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Check-Out Time: 11 AM on Date of Departure
Property Address: 78-120 Holua Road, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740
If you are expecting mail, please have it sent to our office to your attention:
C/O Pacific Breeze Properties
77-6425 Kuakini Highway, Suite C-104
Kailua-Kona, HI 96740
Addition Location Information:
The Kona region of the Big Island goes beyond Hawaii's traditional offerings. Sure, there's ample sun, surf and sandy beaches, but the Kona coast features so much more. Step back in time and explore Kona's history, taste some of the world's richest coffee and view marine animals in the clear waters of the surrounding Pacific Ocean. These activities and more a wait along the Big Island's Kona coast.
Location: Kona is one of seven regions on Hawaii's Big Island, encompassing a 60-mile stretch of the western coast. The Big Island sits at the southeastern end of Hawaii's island chain, and is 4,038 square miles, double the combined size of Hawaii's other seven islands.
History: Kailua-Kona, also called Kailua-Kona Town, is a city in the Kona region and was, at one point, home to King Kamehameha in the early 1800s. The Historic Kailua Village in Kailua-Kona pays homage to Kamehameha and other Hawaiian royalty with tours of historic sites such as Hulihee Palace and Mokuaikaua Church. Also located on the Kona coast is Kealakekua Bay, where captain James Cook first landed on the Big Island and eventually was killed, in 1779.
Historical Parks: Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park has a monument to Captain James Cook. Near Kealakekua Bay is the 180-acre Puuhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park, which was once a sacred place of refuge. The Kaloko-Honokohau National Historic Park is a 1,160-acre park just north of Kailua-Kona that is home to historic temples and ancient petroglyphs.
Beach Activities: There are many white-sand beaches and ocean activities available on the Kona coast, from snorkeling and surfing to whale watching and dinner cruises. The waters along the Kona coast are calm and clear, providing perfect visibility of green sea turtles, fish and other marine life while snorkeling and scuba diving. There are surfing schools that offer individual and group lessons, sport fishing charters, dinner cruises and boat tours that will put you up close to whales, dolphins, manta rays and green sea turtles.
Things to Do: There's plenty to do in Kona aside from beach and ocean activities. Kona's small towns have many shops and galleries. Take a tour up to the 14,000-foot summit of nearby Mauna Kea, either during the daytime, to enjoy spectacular views, or at night, to take in some stargazing. Visit Kona in October to take in the annual Ironman World Championship, a long-distance triathlon that attracts some of the world's top athletes.
Kona Coffee: Kona has many excellent restaurants that offer dishes featuring fresh seafood from the Pacific Ocean, but the real treat on this part of the island is Kona coffee. There are many coffee farms in Kona, the only place where Kona coffee beans are grown to produce 100 percent pure Kona coffee. The conditions in Kona are just right for growing these rare beans--elevation, constant cloud cover and rich, volcanic soil. Aside from taking home some of this famous beverage, visitors can tour many of the area's coffee farms, and visit the Kona Coffee Living History Farm.