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The condos are filthy and have insects crawling throughout the house. My family was afraid to fall asleep due to poor conditions which often led to waking up with bug bites. In addition, the temperatures become blazing hot even with all windows and doors open...More
We were very disappointed with the condition of unit D6 during our stay in Princeville. The views of the ocean and sunrise from the large windows and patio doors were among the best, but the interior of the unit could use a complete remodel. The...More
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Response from Dave B, Manager at Sealodge at PrincevilleResponded 1 week ago
Some reviews are hard to respond to because this is clearly not a right fit. Sealodge units have variance from one unit to another- some have better views, some have been updated more recently than others, etc. This unit has already been highly rated and...More
This was the first of two Sealodge units we stayed in during our 11 day visit. Trip Advisor wouldn’t let me review both places and said I had to wait 3 months to write the second one. So this unit is the first one we...More
The views are positively stunning as the condos are perched near the edge of a cliff overlooking the ocean. Nene, the Hawaiian goose, come to visit as do the ubiquitous chickens. Albatrosses can often be seen flying overhead and this winter some were nesting nearby...More
We recently stayed at Sealodge J1 for a week. The north is the most beautiful part of the island. It is a drive to see the rest of the island, but worth it waking up to this amazing view each morning. We were on ground...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.