I’m a newbie to the Big Island. However, not to Hawaii. My hubby and I have been to the other islands 6 times as we love Hawaii.
We decided when we come back to Hawaii, we would try the Big Island. Perhaps we are saving the best for last? :)
Every island has something whether its history or beauty, each island is unique!
Ok, here are my deets. I’m looking to find a good base for a 2 week vaca Nov 19- early Dec. on the Big Island. Spending just 2-3 nights in Hilo. The remainder will be spent @ a condo on Kohala Coast. And flying out of Koa. Does this sound logical?
I want a 2 bedroom (1 king bed as hubby is 6 ft 5 & 1 queen is suffice) & 2 bathrooms with a $225 nightly budget. Thoughts on either of these please?
Waikoloa Beach Villas B3
I found this one on trip advisor but why can't I find it on vrbo? Does anybody book condos off of trip advisor forum instead of vrbo? Hmm I'm having trouble with vrbo searches for some reason. A lot of searches bring up nothing. Granted over Thanksgiving holidays are filled maybe.
How do I know if it’s a legal rental?
Thanks in advance.
I’m also contemplating this one...
Mauna Lani Kulalani 2405. Ok, another weird thing, this condo is $500 some dollars higher on vrbo than it shows on tripadvisor. Doesn’t make sense to me for the same dates. Hmmm...
If somebody can offer me their 2 cents on either of the above I would appreciate it!
Or if you have something better for me, please post a few condos that have 1 king, 1 queen , 2 bathrooms with a $225 night budget I’d certainly appreciate it. Those added fees surely add up.
We are traveling with another couple to introduce them to Hawaii as they have never been ever and I want to make sure I pick a good location or else I will hear about it! LOL
I want to be near a beach for snorkeling & hope the condo has equipment for us, someplace where we can go out for walks in early morning or evening, go out to dinner walking around beautiful grounds, maybe near a shopping area so the guys can grab a cold one sitting down somewheres while we shop! Someplace close that we can grab some groceries to take on a picnic when we are on roadtrips & of course stock the fridge too! I know we will be spending a lot of time driving around exploring the island but we also like to chillax some too, hence seeing some things by foot as well. My husband is a huge history fan.
Thanks! SparkyEdited: 11 September 2017, 20:54