- Room Type:Entire Apartment
- Max Guests:4
- Min Stay:3
- Pets Allowed:No
- dish washer
- washing machine
- outdoor dining area
- clothes dryer
- dvd player
- high speed internet
- ocean views
- outdoor pool
- beach towels
- fishing equipment
- beach chairs
- gas stove
- internet access
- paper towels provided
- standard definition tv
- wireless internet
- mountain views
- linens provided
- stereo system
- water views
- soap/shampoo provided
- board games
- cable tv
- towels provided
- alarm clock
- local guides/maps
- ceiling fans
OceanFront - Top Floor @ the Wavecrest - Apt A-303
This location is considered to be the best one at the Wavecrest Resort, and the Wavecrest is easily the nicest resort on Molokai. We enjoy the Best weather year-round (we're located in the most benign micro-climate), with the Best-kept grounds, and served by the Friendliest Staff, — most of whom have worked here for years.
Driving out from Town, and then luxuriating amongst the beautiful Tropical grounds, is like taking a stroll back in time; --- to the Hawaii everyone first fell in love with.
From the first time you go in through the front door, and drift out to the Lanai, you'll know you've come home … .. Now, have a seat, -- and capture the everlasting three-island view.
Sit back and relax, sip a cool drink, and escape into one of the good books that you can borrow from the extensive (free) poolside library. Enjoy this beachfront getaway in a garden setting with manicured lawns, tropical flowers, and swaying palms.
The kitchen is ready for your best efforts. Just about every cooking appliance and device imaginable (rice cooker, anyone?) — are at your fingertips. There's filtered water to the ice-maker and a blender on the counter.
Or, for a change in pace, go up to the store at 16mile & get a great burger or plate lunch.
Take a dip in the elegantly tiled pool, then meet your new friends in the Poolside Cabana-clubhouse -- complete with immaculate gas barbecues and an outdoor food prep area including a refrigerator. The Shuffle board and Tennis Courts are right there on-site and equipment is available free at the front desk. There's almost never a waiting time.
Don't forget to go to the Hotel and enjoy some appetizers & or/dinner. Every Friday at 4:30 the Kapunas (Elders) come in to play traditional music. Everyone will be there.
Check out the Paddler's Inn in Kaunakakai, and don't miss the "Cookhouse" up in Kualapuu.
This is the ONLY resort on the tropical East end of Molokai, just 13 easy miles from Kaunakakai. There's a little fully-stocked convenience store just up the road, so there's no need to run into Town often. The climate is temperate year around; with very few days or nights above or below 70 to 80 degrees.
This unit is recently upgraded with new appliances, doors, trim, crown molding, cherry laminate flooring, furniture, a Murphy bed in the Living Room (where you can go sleep and wake up looking out to Maui), designer lighting, fans, and plumbing fixtures.
The view up and down the coastline, as well as across the Pailolo Channel to the Islands of Mau'i, Kahoolawe, & Lana'i is both breath-taking and soothing. From November-December 'till March-April you'll have a front-row seat for whale-watching from the Lanai. Two sets of binoculars await in the Condo.
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