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Wailua Bay View 204 - Check-In Instructions


2. This is a NON SMOKING unit.

3. Pets are not permitted in rental units under any conditions.

4. DAMAGE/RESERVATION DEPOSIT - A damage/reservation deposit of $200 is required to confirm your reservation. This must be received within seven (7) days of booking the reservation. The deposit automatically converts to a security/damage deposit upon arrival. The deposit is NOT applied toward rent; however, it is fully refundable within 14 days of departure, provided the following provisions are met.

a. No damage is done to unit or its contents, beyond normal wear and tear.
b. All keys are left on the kitchen table and unit is left locked.
c. All charges accrued during the stay are paid prior to departure.
d. No linens are lost or damaged.

5. PAYMENT - An advance payment equal to 50% of the rental rate is required 90 days before arrival. The advance payment will be applied toward the room rent. Please make payments in the form of Paypal, traveler's checks, bank money orders, cashiers checks or personal checks. The advance payment is not a damage deposit. The BALANCE OF RENT is due sixty days before your arrival date.

6. CANCELLATIONS - A sixty (60) day notice is required for cancellation. Cancellations that are made more than sixty (60) days prior to the arrival date will incur a $50 penalty. If cancellation is made within 59-31 days of the arrival date, forfeit the full damage/reservation deposit. Cancellation or early departure within 30 days of arrival does not warrant any refund of rent or deposit.

7. MAXIMUM OCCUPANCY - The maximum number of guests per condominium is limited to two (2) persons. An additional charge or $10.00 per person per night for guests in addition to two (2) will be assessed. THIS PROPERTY REQUIRES A THREE (3) NIGHT MINIMUM STAY.

8. Longer minimum stays may be required during holiday periods. If a rental is taken for less than three days, the guest will be charged the three-night rate.

9. INCLUSIVE FEES - Rates include a one-time linen-towel setup. Amenity fees are included in the rental rate.

10. NO DAILY MAID SERVICE - While linens and bath towels are included in the unit, daily maid service is not included in the rental rate. We do not permit towels or linens to be taken from the units. Separate beach towels are provided in the condo.


Once you arrive in Lihue, you will walk across the baggage claim area to the rental cars. Before you leave be sure and pick up all the tourist books at the airport, especially 101 Things To Do In Kauai.

Directions from Lihue Airport to the Wailua Bay View (Drive time approx. 10 minutes):

  • Start going toward the Airport Exit on Ahukini Rd (HI-570).
  • Turn right onto Hwy 51 (Kapule HWY), which then becomes Hwy 56 (Kuhio HWY).
  • After you cross the Wailua River it will be the first turn to the right (ocean).
  • At the Wailua Shell station turn right onto Papaloa Road.
  • The Wailua Bay View is the first driveway on the ocean side 320 Papaloa Rd.
  • Please register your car with the resident manager.

Wailua Bay View Map

Plan on exploring the island YOU CAN'T GET LOST. There is really only one main road around the island.

A nice Safeway is in Kapaa just a few minutes down the road. We have found they have the best fresh fruit selection. However if you are just looking for the basics, there is a WalMart and Costco in Lihue.

Restaurant Suggestions

For breakfast there is an Eggberts in the Coconut Shopping Center. The best lunch on the island is Mermaid's in Kapa'a. It's across the street from ABC Store at the "Y" intersection and light. (You will see a small group of tables outside and very busy) This is the local hangout.

We always get a really good meal at The Dolphin in Hanalei. A favorite in Kapaa is Hukilau Lanai behind the Coconut Shopping Center.

Find yourself of the West side of Kauai? Either on the way up or down to Waimea Canyon please don't miss the Shrimp Station! It's amazing. After your lunch, stop in at JoJo's and try one of their 60 flavors of shaved ice. A great way to top off that great lunch you just had! Both are in Waimea.

For a meal with great food and service Roy's, The Beach House, or Tide Pools is a must. They are in Poipu, about thirty-five minutes away. I don't think you will be disappointed in the time spent going over there. I would call and make a reservation.

Sights to See

There are a couple of must things to do in Kauai. For the romantic sunset, turn right leaving Princeville and go all the way to end of the road. You are now at Kee Beach looking down the Na Pali coastline. Walk down the beach to the right for a couple of 100 yards and find the spot you like. You will be watching the sunset down the coastline. We go at least twice each trip because it’s close maybe 20 minutes and it looks different every time. Be sure and get there 15-20 minutes before sunset because you will not believe how quickly the sunsets watching it. Kee Beach Sunset Pictures

If you have time I would suggest a day trip starting at 7:30am. You will need to be at the lookout on the other side of the island around 9:00 and it will take 1 1/2 hours to get there. Just follow the signs to Waimea Canyon and go to the end of the road up the mountain 5200 feet. There are maps in all those brochures you picked up remember? Be sure and pull out at the look outs on the WAY DOWN! The valley at the lookout covers in clouds by 9:30-10:00 so this is your first priority, you will have time for the Grand Canyon of the Pacific on the way down. My map on the web site is a good one and shows you many other points of interest on your way back. Lihue has a Wal-Mart and large mall that you will pass if you need stuff to take home. The waterfalls, coffee plantation, spouting horn, and lighthouse are all easy to get to and require little walking. The lighthouse is a good place to watch the whales in season or all the protected wildlife. (To get to the lighthouse was confusing to me. I don’t think the road was that well marked off the main road. You want to watch closely to the road.

From the Princeville Airport they offer helicopter tours. In those brochures are 1/2 off coupons for Heli Tours. If you want to do this be sure and watch the weather and pick a good day. I would strongly suggest trying to go early in the morning, it's usually clearer in the mornings. We really enjoyed our trip and picked a really clear day. They take you around the island and through the Waimea Valley, and down the Na Pali coastline. After the trip you can see why Kauai’s land is only 5% occupied.

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