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Originally we booked a different unit in the same complex, but we had to postpone our trip and H5 was the only available for our dates. The location and the view are good. At the first side the unit looked ok, although the refrigerator was...More
I would have given a much better rating but we had to suffer through the noise of the siding of the condo being replaced while we stayed there!!!! I can see construction going on near condo but siding!!! Come on people... electrical saws, hammering on...More
We spent 4 nights in Sealodge #D5 in early May 2018, at the beginning of our first trip to Kauai. We had read that the conditions of the Sealodge units varied, depending on ownership/management. We were cautiously optimistic about our condo choice, which was based...More
Definitely a WOW view as D9 is located on top floor of the point looking out along miles of coastline. What we did not know or was told that we had to climb 38 steps! NO elevator! And my wife has bad hips...it was a...More
C2 was beyond horrible. The entry door was difficult to open and close; I was dependent on my husband to let me in and out. First call to owner to learn trick to door. Then we found that lanai door did not lock, and we...More
No, but there are walking/running trails all over the larger Princeville compound. My wife and would start the day with a 3 to 4 mile walk, and you can walk up to the grocery mall easily. We swim at Anini beach each day... More
No, but there are walking/running trails all over the larger Princeville compound. My wife and would start the day with a 3 to 4 mile walk, and you can walk up to the grocery mall easily. We swim at Anini beach each day, with the turtles, so we haven't felt like a stair machine would or other indoor gym equipment would be of much good. The room would need to be A/C'd anyway, so why bother? It will also depend on the time of year you are here. Winter, the trades blow, and it's wonderful without A/C. Summer, without the Trades, you might find it too humid. Could just go to the Mississippi Delta and steam. But you snorkel on the north shore then, as the winter swell is not in. The beaches in January on the north side are very dangerous. No one other than surfers go out in them for good reason. Lots of killer rip tides.
If you want more exercise you can rent bikes in Hanalei, or go out to the trails that go beyond Ke'e beach for a real rugged workout as long as you can walk in a day. (We had hiking boots but saw locals walking barefoot in the warm mud!).
So don't worry about the exercise gym, or pay a lot more and go to a resort that has one.
The whole issue of A/C is a 'depends on you' issue. We have been here twice in January, never a need for A/C. And we don't want it! The fans work great. Lots of cross breeze. But in summer you are going to have to decide... More
The whole issue of A/C is a 'depends on you' issue. We have been here twice in January, never a need for A/C. And we don't want it! The fans work great. Lots of cross breeze. But in summer you are going to have to decide whether you can live with hot humid air with little breeze. It may not be your cup of tea, but don't blame Sealodge. If you need A/C, then go to a more expensive condo. There are tons of them with views of the golf course instead of the ocean, and cost twice as much.