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Hawaii Sunset

Sunset on a Hawaii Beach“Located on the Windward, east side of Oahu, with the gentle cool breezes, by the Lankai beach, just 30 minutes from the Honolulu International Airport, downtown Honolulu and Waikiki.”

Hawaii’s Hidden Hideaway Bed and Breakfast is located in the quiet residential area of Lanikai, which is a distinctive area of Kailua. The B&B is just two blocks from its own beach, used by the residents of the area. Lanikai is located right next to the Kailua Bay Beach and Recreation Park.

Enjoy the pristine turquoise waters and fine white sand. Watch the sunrise from your private lanai, listen to the ocean in the quiet night or walk on the beach and watch the moon rise between the Mokolua (Twin) Islands.

This distinctive spot on the Windward side of Oahu is approximately 30 minutes from Waikiki, Honolulu or from the airport. Five minutes away, in the quaint town of Kailua are some of the best restaurants on the island, antique shops, and rentals for kayaks and windsurfing.

“We are so glad that we decided to stay here as part of our delayed honeymoon. You have a beautiful B&B and it really made our time together special. Hopefully we can come back when Luke returns from deployment.”Mahalo – Thank you ~Allisen and Luke (Colorado)

Upon Arrival

  • Feel free to use the main driveway to unload your luggage and then park in the carport next to the street. You can’t miss it – it is red and black.
  • Please park to one side or the other so that other guests can use the carport.
  • If the carport is full, please park to the right side in the driveway.
  • Please be careful driving out of the driveway as it curves. We don’t want you hitting the landscape lights.

Driving Directions (Please use the driving direction we provide you.  They are different from GPS, but our directions will help avoid many stop lights, rush hour traffic and road construction.)

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From Honolulu International Airport

  • Take H1 West (for 3.5 miles) to Waianae, Pearl City, and Aiea.
  • Take Exit 13B to H-3 & 78 East.
  • Stay left to H-3 towards Kaneohe.
  • Go 15 miles on H-3.
  • Exit At Kaneohe Bay Drive.
  • At the stop sign, turn left towards Kailua on Kaneohe Bay Drive.
  • Follow Kaneohe Bay Drive for 3.6 miles.
  • The name of the road will change, once to Kalaheo, and then to Kawaiola Road.
  • When you reach Alala Road at the stop sign, turn left. It is all the way to the end.
  • Go to the top of the hill on Alala and you will enter Lanikai. It is indicated by a large cement pillar (on the left by the ocean), which has the word Lanikai on it.
  • There the road (one way) changes its name to Aalapapa Dr. Stay on it for 0.9 mile.
  • Look for Mokolea Drive.. It is the second street past the community park, which is on your left.
  • Turn Right, go to 1369 (10th home) on the right.
  • We will have a black mailbox on a “bright” red post.

Directions from Waikiki

  • Take Ala Moana Blvd toward downtown Honolulu.
  • As you enter the beginning of downtown – turn Right on to Alakea Street (it is a one way street going towards the mountains) Stay on it for about 6 stoplights.
  • Go Past Vineyard Blvd. You want to be in the left lane – it will curve to the Left.
  • Go down the slope and curve right, You are now on the Pali Highway.
  • Stay on the Pali (which will change names and is also known as Route 61) until it dead ends into Kalahao.
  • You will travel the Pali over the mountain and will go thru the town of Kailua.
  • At the dead end which has a stoplight turn Right onto Kalahao. It will change names to Kawaiola Road. Stay on it until you reach Alala Road.
  • When you reach Alala Road at the stop sign, turn left. It is all the way to the end.
  • Go to the top of the hill on Alala and you will enter Lanikai. It is indicated by a large cement pillar (on the left by the ocean), which has the word Lanikai on it.
  • There the road (one way) changes its name to Aalapapa Dr. Stay on it for 0.9 mile.
  • Look for Mokolea Drive.. It is the second street past the community park, which is on your left.
  • Turn Right, go to 1369 (10th home) on the right.
  • We will have a black mailbox on a “bright” red post.

Directions From Downtown Honolulu

  • From your location in downtown Honolulu get onto Alakea Street (it is a one way street going towards the mountain) – Stay on in for about 6 stoplights.
  • Go Past Vineyard Blvd. You want to be in the left lane – it will curve to the left.
  • Go down the slope and curve right. You are now on the Pali Highway.
  • Stay on the Pali (which will change names and is also known as #61) until it dead ends into Kalahao. You will travel the Pali over the mountain and will go thru the town of Kailua.
  • At the dead end and at the stoplight turn right on to Kalahao. It will change names to Kawaiola Road. Stay on it until you reach Alala Road.
  • When you reach Alala Road at the stop sign, turn left. It is all the way to the end.
  • Go to the top of the hill on Alala and you will enter Lanikai. It is indicated by a large cement pillar (on the left by the ocean), which has the word Lanikai on it.
  • There the road (one way) changes its name to Aalapapa Dr. Stay on it for 0.9 mile.
  • Look for Mokolea Drive.. It is the second street past the community park, which is on your left.
  • Turn Right, go to 1369 (10th home) on the right.
  • We will have a black mailbox on a “bright” red post.

 

 

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