Wonderfully spacious condos, high-grade appliances and a great oceanfront location with lush grounds. Units have lots of glass and an open feel, but they are still private if you want. The ground floor units are a massive 1,700 sq. ft. 3/2s with nice kitchens, and the additional bedrooms are also good-sized. The shoreline from the ocean front units seems delectably close. Units 31–36 are considered “oceanfront prime,” but we feel that might be a bit generous compared to others in the same category. Upstairs units are 1,200-sq.-ft., 2/2 townhouses with the second bedroom as a loft—not quite as desirable as the lower units. All units have nice, large lanais. They have three categories: standard, deluxe and luxury (the latter completely upgraded). Since the overall quality at the property is pretty high, you will probably be just as happy in a standard unit for less money (though they have only a couple of those).
They host weekly mai tai parties with music and hula. Kahana Village is a good value for the price and a place that you will want to come back to again and again. There is a $25 “booking fee” and a $40 damage waiver, but no cleaning fees. Housekeeping takes place mid-week on weekly stays. 2/2s (1,200 sq. ft.) are $260–$575, 3/2s (1,700 sq. ft.) are $475–$790. The price spread is due to each unit’s quality rating. 5-, 7- or 10-night minimum.