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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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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

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 longer days with the sun rising over the horizon around 5:30 am and setting to the west around 7:00 pm.  While the winter time brings us shorter days with the sunrise around 7:00 am and sunset around 6:00 pm. Hawaii does not...

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What to Bring

Waikiki is a self-contained metropolis where nearly 70 percent of Oahu visitors reside with the remaining 30 percent being permanent residents and of those permanent residents the majority of local residents are unmarried enjoying the glitz and glamour in this languorous tropical paradise.  The Waikiki lifestyle is not a normal routine. An eclectic and blissful harmony of honeymooners, teenagers, conventioneers, business people, retirees, beach goers, and local residents. Waikiki is...

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Our Weather

Hawaii’s Climate – Year Round Comfort Ever wonder why some people consider Hawaii a tropical paradise. Well our climate certainly is a contributing factor. Below you can learn more about why we can get away with wearing “baggies” (swim trunks) and “slippers” (flip-flops) for most of the 365 days in a year. The ocean surrounding the Hawaiian Islands supplies plenty of moisture and acts as a giant thermostat, moderating the...

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