Reading this we have booked for August and been quoted on our 1 bedroom oceanfront US$95.00 cleaning fee for the week to pay at hotel so that is what we pay not what others have said right?
來自 ANDREA T 的回應 | 評論此物業 |
I think they have a cleaning fee schedule on their website. It depends on the size of the unit and the length of stay. But yes, believe what the hotel quotes you. I stay for 2 nights in a studio so my cleaning fee was $40... 更多
I think they have a cleaning fee schedule on their website. It depends on the size of the unit and the length of stay. But yes, believe what the hotel quotes you. I stay for 2 nights in a studio so my cleaning fee was $40 or $45.
Is the pool located in the "mountain view" building? We booked a unit in the "ocean view" building but are wondering if we'll have to drag all of our stuff across the street to swim. Thanks!
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來自 Misty M 的回應 | 評論此物業 |
It's in the courtyard, however I had an ocienview room that was across the road in the "mountain view" building. There are probably 3-4 rooms that have ocean view rooms on the mountain view side.
I see many guests complaining about construction noise. I'm assuming owners and property managers renting units warn potential clients of scheduled renovations involving neighboring units, is that correct? If not, why not? Visitors are spending thousands of dollars on Hawaiian vacations and none of us wants to spend it in a construction zone.
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來自 BRumball 的回應 | 物業代表 |
The Kona Bali Kai is a 55 year old building (how else could we build this close to the ocean?) and with the salt water influence, more maintenance is always required. In fact we call the ocean front building a "ship... 更多
The Kona Bali Kai is a 55 year old building (how else could we build this close to the ocean?) and with the salt water influence, more maintenance is always required. In fact we call the ocean front building a "ship that never sails". Without maintenance, guests would complain about condition as well. I would like to point out that only a few have complained about construction noise, but often those are the most vocal. Many people have left wonderful reviews.
Having stated that, owners do try to advise of construction and have new policies in place to notify neighbors. The truth is that construction schedules can change on a dime.
There are several alternatives. You may rent a hotel room at an oceanfront resort. They will charge more but will have options to move you. You may rent from Castle Resorts at the Kona Bali Kai. The charge is not quite as high but they may be able to move you to another area. Castle Resorts has a pool of rooms. If you are renting from a private owner, they usually only have one condo to rent so may not be able to move you. Check the policy set by the owner or Castle Resorts, in the event construction starts up near you.
Noisy construction has limited hours on weekdays and weekends and often visitors are out and about enjoying the island.
I hope this information helps you make an informed decision.