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The Aloha Spirit


The Aloha Spirit Hawaii’s unique charm comes from the Aloha Spirit. Aloha means the spirit of love, and is commonly used as hello and goodbye. However, Aloha also means compassion, kindness and giving. But the Aloha Spirit encompasses more than Aloha as it embodies Hawaiian values: malama: to care for ‘ohana: family ho’okipa: hospitality ‘olu’olu: graciousness kokua: helpfulness lokahi: unity and harmony kupono: honesty and fairness In summary, the Hawaiian...

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During Your Stay


Guest Rules We want you to have a wonderful stay with us in paradise and ask that you follow a few basic Guest Rules in addition to complying with the building’s House Rules. Guest Check-in All guests and guest’s visitors must register with a valid photo id (all adult occupants in the unit) at check-in with your host or in the Real Estate management office. For after-hour arrivals / check-ins,...

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Oahu Transportation Options


For the island of Oahu, you will arrive at the Honolulu International Airport and have several options of transportation between the airport and Waikiki.  Taxi’s or ride share services will be the quickest and there are also shuttle services in addition to car rental companies.  Most guests do not use a car for the duration of their stay so we recommend only renting a car for the days you intend...

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Oahu Beaches


The biggest surprise about Oahu is how many beautiful beaches there are and how often many are utterly uncrowded if you want to explore outside of Waikiki.  Whether you are trying to discover magical, secluded beaches, or searching for beaches that are bustling with activity, you should consider the island’s geography. Waikiki Beach First is world famous Waikiki Beach which is a short stroll from our properties.  Waikiki Beach is...

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Oahu Visitor’s Guide


Un-Written Rules You Should Know Drive with Aloha. Let cars go in front of you, go slow and give pedestrians the right away. If cars are stopped in front of you for no reason, do NOT switch lanes to continue, assume there is a pedestrian. Our most busy crosswalks have a new pattern that allows all pedestrians to cross at once to include diagonally so DO NOT assume you can...

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Happy Stays Guest Mobile App


The app is not meant to replace meeting us in person but is a fabulous tool to compliment your guest experience.  The app gives you access to your reservation information and guest information from your mobile device. Make reservation payments, check-out from your reservations, and even book future vacations. These are just a small amount of things the Happy Stays Guest Mobile App can do for you! We are regularly adding...

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Good to Know


Pest wise you a most likely to come across a gecko. Some consider them cute and others are terrified by them.  They are afraid of you and will avoid you but they will eat any bugs that may be around.  You are unlikely to come across any bugs in your accommodations as all our units are inspected and treated by EPA-certified, safe pesticides, quarterly. Traveler checks are usually accepted, but...

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Hawaiian Time


Hawaii is regarded as a paradise for its beautiful oceans, mountains, forests, and weather. Visitors often remark how the days are long and the weeks are short. Those lucky enough to a stay a while longer feel as if summer never ends. Because of our tropical location, the length of daylight does not vary greatly throughout the year. Hawaii Standard Time is in effect year round.  In summertime, we enjoy...

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Waikiki Transportation and Getting Around Oahu


Getting Around Waikiki Rental car prices as a transportation alternative in Waikiki, and Hawaii in general, can vary considerably. Competition between different rental car agencies is pretty fierce. Oahu is the only major Hawaiian Island where visitors can stay without renting a car. Waikiki is small and walkable and many activity companies will shuttle you to their locations. If you are trying to save money, and spend much of your...

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What to Bring


Following is a suggested list of what to bring on your trip to Hawaii including common travel necessities as well as reminders for those often forgettable travel items. Helpful hint: Check with your airline regarding what you can carry on the plane as new rules and regulations change. Also, check the weather forecast for your destination, as well as local customs for clothing guidelines. Remember, travel experts advise to pack...

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