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I've stayed in Hawaiian hotels without air conditioning plenty of times, but the rooms have always been designed to take advantage of the prevailing trade winds.
Not here. No cross-ventilation, so the temperatures in the units soar, especially in the high humidity.
In cooler weather...More
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Response from Kapaashore, Manager at WorldMark at Kapaa ShoresResponded 19 September 2015
Aloha Tony Tonto,
We apologize for the inconvenience you have experienced while staying with us.
It has been recorded as one of the most humid and hottest weather for the past decade.
We tried our best to provide stand fans to help with the humidity...More
First time in Kauai and I was impressed by the property. The apartment size was great and I liked the added touch of having a loft master bedroom. The rooms were clean and had everything I needed.
The property was in very close proximity to...More
Very nice accommodation for (6) two bedrooms/ 2 baths and sofa bed. Only problem; no air conditioner and elevator!!! Really a major issue if you are not fit to carry your suitcase three flight of stairs. Ocean access and view, near to shopping center and...More
Checked in last night to friendly smiles. The property is an easy drive from Lihue -- about 8 miles north. The hotel has the feel of an upscale 1960's resort I remember as a kid. The room is air conditioned by the Pacific Ocean. We...More
The resort is perfectly located, and the sunrises can't be beat. We left early due to roaches in the room. We missed the views and ocean sounds when we left, but, for us, a bug free room ranked higher.
The unit is VERY large, with...More
Response from Kapaashore | Property representative |
This depends on the level of your experience and ability on snorkeling/swimming as well as you have to take in consideration the surf/tide. Also are you travelling with kids? You can snorkel pretty much anywhere... More
This depends on the level of your experience and ability on snorkeling/swimming as well as you have to take in consideration the surf/tide. Also are you travelling with kids? You can snorkel pretty much anywhere in an open water if you want. But if you want places that are calmer, I suggest you go to places like Lydgate Beach. Its about 5-10 minutes drive from us. This beach is a manmade lagoon. It is surrounded with lava rocks. And they have lifeguard on duty all day. When are you coming to visit?
Kapa'a Shore Team