Vacation Rental Availability Summer 2019

Kauai Vacation Rental

The summer is quickly approaching and everyone is beginning to look for availability and booking their stays in their travel destinations.  It is projected that in the month of June the destination of Kauai will have a 72% occupancy level, July will top up to 96% and August 90%.

Our Poipu Vacation Rental Kauai Living room
Comfortable Seating for Our Guests

If you haven’t already booked your stay in Kauai you will begin seeing higher prices and less availability throughout the Island. Since my plans have not solidified on when I will need to travel back to Kauai and work on our new home build, I opened up additional time in June, July and August for Vacation Travelers to stay at our Kauai Vacation Rental. Now would be the best time to schedule your stay to ensure you can get lodging at the time you are wanting to travel.

A Better Vacation Value

As we have written about already, Vacation Rental VS Hotel the Vacation Rental is a better value. For example the Grand Hyatt Kauai in June is offering their King Partial Ocean View Room with Free Internet for $526.15 per night plus another $40.25 per night Resort Fee. That’s $566.40 per night for basically a bedroom with a King Size Bed. Next Marriott Waiohai Beach Club is already booked up in June. The Ko’a Kea Hotel & Resort in Poipu still has some rooms available. Their Garden View Room with a total of 364 square feet is booking for $389.00 plus their $38.74 per night Resort Fee. This is their “Best Available Rate” with a nightly total of $427.74.  Now for our Kauai Vacation Rental rate in June for 2 Adults is $185.00 per night, no additional resort fee to use the pools, hot tub and other community items.

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Spring in Kauai

Spend Spring Vacation in Kauai

Kauai Hawaii Vacation Rental
Beautiful Trees & Beautiful Seas

Procrastinating on setting up your Spring Vacation plans? Well now you can actually benefit from your waiting until the last minute. Save 15% on the nightly rate when you use Spring15 during booking & checkout. Don’t procrastinate this deal expires soon!

Be a hero and bring the family. Better yet make the trip with your mate and make it a romantic get away to our Kauai Vacation Rental.

Save 15% on Spring Vacation Bookings

Manualoha Condo 601 is a completely renovated and fully furnished 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom 1000 sq ft. Condo. You can start your day off with coffee & breakfast on the secluded lanai while watching the sunrise over Shipwreck Beach. Next, follow the greenbelt down to Brennecke’s Beach for a day of sunbathing and body boarding. Later catch a spectacular sunset over the ocean at the award-winning Poipu Beach. 

See the full gallery of images of Kauai Vacation Rental Manualoha 601 or Check for Availability before the Spring Vacation Season is fully Booked!

Vacation Accommodation and Amenities:

Property Type: Condo, floors 1 on 1st Floor
Building Type: Townhouse
Meals: Guests provide their own meals
Location Type: Near The Ocean, Ocean View, Poipu Kai Resort
Theme: Adventure, Family, Romantic, Sports & Activities

General: Clothes Dryer, Hair Dryer, Internet, Iron & Board, Linens Provided, Living Room, Parking Free, Telephone, Towels Provided, Washing Machine
Kitchen: Coffee Maker, Dishes & Utensils, Dishwasher, Microwave, Oven, Pantry Items, Refrigerator, Stove, Toaster
Dining: Dining Area seating for 4 people
Bathrooms: 1 Bathroom
Bedrooms: 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 4, Bedroom  1 – 1 king, 1 Queen Sleeper Sofa
Entertainment: Books, DVD Player, Music Library, Satellite / Cable, Stereo, Television,
Outside: Golf, Lanai / Gazebo, Lawn / Garden, Outdoor Grill, Tennis, Water Sports Gear,
Pool / Spa: 2 Community Pools, Hot Tub
Attractions: Botanical garden, Playground, Beaches
Leisure Activities: Beach combing, Bird watching, Boating, Eco tourism, Horseback riding, Luaus, Scenic drives, Shopping, Sight seeing, Walking, Whale watching, Wildlife viewing.
Local Services & Businesses: ATM/bank, Fitness center, Groceries, Hospital, Massage therapist, Medical services, Restaurants,
Sports & Adventure Activities: Deep-sea fishing, Fishing, Golf, Hiking, Scuba diving or snorkeling, Surfing, Swimming, Tennis.

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Kauai – Tourists can still visit the Island

HONOLULU (AP) 5/28/2018 — KAUAI WEATHER RELATED – Residents and businesses are still cleaning up from flooding that deluged parts of Kauai, but community leaders are urging tourists to keep coming so residents don’t suffer an economic calamity on top of record-breaking rains that smothered a normally green landscape in reddish-brown water.As Kauai Weather Creates Flooding April 2018

Some travelers are cancelling their reservations after getting the wrong impression the mid-April flooding damaged the entire Hawaiian island. Although landslides blocked roads and floods tore apart homes and uprooted trees, most of the island is unscathed. Nearly 50 inches (127 centimeters) of rain fell in one 24-hour period.

Some tourists are avoiding the island’s north shore where fast-moving waters swept away cars, even though many businesses have reopened.

Tourism is the biggest industry on the island there and most restaurants and shops rely on spending by visitors to stay afloat, providing jobs for thousands of Kauai residents.

Kauai County Council Chairman Mel Rapozo, who works as a hotel night auditor, said some visitors have been talked out of canceling their trips but that others cancel them online without speaking to anyone.

“My concern is the economic impact should those businesses start closing up — even temporarily — because they do employ a significant amount of our residents,” Rapozo said. “A lot of people will lose their jobs. And that’s going to cause another situation here for Kauai.”

He said it would be an “economic disaster” if Kauai were to lose many jobs to a flood-induced tourism slowdown.

Tourists have been avoiding hard-hit Hanalei. A historic small town and the commercial center of the island’s north shore even though many restaurants and shops on the town’s pedestrian-friendly main street are operating or reopening.

Rapozo said visitors should stick to the highway and avoid side roads, where tourists are likely to get in the way of repair crews.

Mina Morita, the president of the Hanalei Community Center, said the damaged narrow road leading to her home is now busy with heavy equipment and residents trying to clean up. She hopes visitors will respect the “local traffic only” sign posted on her street but wants them in the center of town because people whose homes were damaged “definitely need their jobs at this time.”

The Weather and flood reports didn’t deter Christina Zhu of Seattle, who hopes to snorkel and hike when she and her boyfriend visit Kauai early next month.

Rescheduling isn’t an option because their tickets aren’t refundable. Plus, they’ve already requested the time off work. She’s been researching what to do by reading guides and checking the Reddit page for Kauai for the latest weather and flooding news.

One activity she’s looking forward to: taking a shelter dog from the Kauai Humane Society on a field trip, perhaps on a dog-friendly hike. The human society has allowed visitors to take a dog on such excursions since 2012.

“Flood or not, I’m sure there will be plenty of things to do on the island, and hopefully as a tourist I will be able to help out somehow as well,” she said.

Jan Snarski of Vancouver, British Columbia said his family was a little worried when they saw how much water was on the ground when they arrived a day after the storm. But they found places to surf, hike and swim.

Snarksi said Kauai was “business as usual” when he left Wednesday.

“The weather was perfect and we had a fabulous last day on the island,” Snarksi said in an email while flying home.

The National Weather Service said preliminary data indicates Kauai’s Weather broke a national rainfall record after a gauge one mile west of Hanalei recorded 49.69 inches (126.21 centimeters) during the 24-hour period ending at 12:45 p.m. on April 15. If certified, that would break the current record of 43 inches (109 centimeters) recorded in Alvin, Texas in 1979.

The island’s north shore towns of Haena and Wainiha will be off-limits until at least next month because landslides cut off Kuhio Highway, the only road connecting them to the rest of the island. Officials hope to open one lane by May 7 but only for emergency vehicles at first.

The blocked highway will prevent access to hiking trails hugging dramatic cliffs along the Napali Coast and popular beach parks at Haena.

Visitors can still gaze across Hanalei valley for a postcard-picture view of taro patches fronting verdant mountains.

And there was no damage to favored sites elsewhere, like the white sands of Poipu Beach, spots overlooking Wailea’s waterfalls and Waimea Canyon — a deep gorge dubbed the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific.” We are seeing clear skies, warm weather at our Kauai Vacation Rental on the South Side of the Island and there is plenty to do on the South Island. More About This Story

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Updating Images of the Kauai Vacation Rental

Kauai Vacation Rental Update

Last year we got the images of the condo redone.  When we purchased the Kauai Vacation Rental in April 2018, my son and I only had 24 hours to change out some of the furniture especially the Sofa Sleeper, hang new draperies, clean out the owner & hall closet and swap the contents of them from each other. We wanted the guests to be able to access the beach chairs, umbrellas, ice chest and other things without falling over everything or everything falling out of the closet when they opened the door. We replaced the WiFi router, installed a new safe as well as other minor repairs while the housekeeping crew got the condo ready for a new guest the following afternoon.

Although the images you see now of the condo are pretty nice, imagine the living room with the brand new Lazy Boy Queen Sleeper Sofa & new Draperies in the bedroom instead of the blinds. We made these changes to help upgrade the home a bit more and because the old sleeper sofa frame was bent  up enough that it took two grown men to close it last.  It’s going to take a few weeks to have availability of time to photograph and then to have them developed. We wanted them to be better than one guy wanted to do (take with his cell phone).  As soon as we get copies we’ll change out the ones on all websites and let you know. Stay Tuned.

If you’re interested in stay in the Kauai Vacation Rental, you can check online for availability and book it or just send me a not or call (951) 527-7368.

The list of amenities has gotten more thorough:

General: Clothes Dryer, Hair Dryer, Internet, Iron & Board, Linens Provided, Living Room, Parking Free, Telephone, Towels Provided, Washing Machine
Kitchen: Coffee Maker, Dishes & Utensils, Dishwasher, Microwave, Oven, Pantry Items, Refrigerator, Stove, Toaster
Dining: Dining Area seating for 4 people
Bathrooms: 1 Bathroom
Bedrooms: 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 4, Bedroom  1 – 1 king, 1 Queen Sleeper Sofa
Entertainment: Books, DVD Player, Music& DVD Library, Satellite / Cable, Stereo, Television,
Outside: Golf, Ice Chest, Lanai / Gazebo, Lawn / Garden, Outdoor Grill, Tennis, Water Sports Gear,
Pool / Spa: Communal Pool, Hot Tub
Attractions: Botanical garden, Playground,
Leisure Activities: Beach combing, Bird watching, Boating, Eco Tourism, Horseback Riding, Luaus, Scenic drives, Shopping, Sight Seeing, Sun Bathing, Walking, Whale watching, Wildlife viewing,
Local Services & Businesses: ATM/bank, Fitness center, Groceries, Hospital, Massage therapist, Medical services, Restaurants,
Sports & Adventure Activities: Deep-Sea Fishing, Fishing, Golf, Hiking, Scuba diving or snorkeling, Surfing, Swimming, Tennis.

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Kauai Interesting Facts

Interesting facts of Kauai

  • Kauai is the fourth-largest Hawaiian island.Kauai Island Map and Interesting Facts
  • It is the least populated of the state’s four counties with roughly 62,000 residents. The island itself is not heavily populated. according to the Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA). The island receives nearly 1,000,000 tourists each year! On average, over 80,000 visitors come to Kauai.
  • The island is 33 miles long and 25 miles wide.
  • There are three major resort areas. 1. Poipu (south shore) is the driest and sunniest area 2. Kapaa on the east side has central access to both sides of the island and 3. Hanalei / Princeville (north shore) is wetter but very beautiful.
  • Other Interesting Facts Kauai is an island in the Central Pacific, part of the Hawaiian archipelago. It’s nicknamed “the Garden Isle” thanks to the tropical rain-forest covering much of its surface. The dramatic cliffs and pinnacles of its Na Pali Coast have served as a backdrop for major Hollywood films. While 10-mile-long Waimea Canyon and the Nounou Trails traversing the Sleeping Giant mountain ridge are favored hiking destinations.
  • The island’s main airport is in Lihue and the airport code is LIH.
  • Kauai is a favorite destination for Hollywood filmmakers. Everything from South Pacific and Blue Hawaii to Jurassic Park, Pirates of the Caribbean, the Descendants. Even the animated cartoon South Park had an episode based here!
  • Kauai was the only island never conquered by King Kamehameha the Great. Instead, a treaty was negotiated allowing Kauai’s ruler to remain in power until his death in 1810.
  • Kauai had its own dialect in ancient times; they pronounced K like T … so the original pronunciation was Tauai. No one knows what it means.
  • Wild chickens are found all over this island; rumor states they were involuntarily released from a chicken farm destroyed by Hurricane Iniki in 1992. It has more to do though with the lack of natural predators. This island doesn’t have mongoose. For the same reason Nene, the state bird, continues to thrive here.