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Paper thin walls, paper thin floors. Like elephants above you. Sorry to have stayed here. The location is good, staff nice, though lots of partiers and horrible with the noise in the room. We could even hear a tv in the next room and it...More
[From the perspective of a Worldmark Silver owner]
Because Worldmark only owns a number of units and not the entire facility it does not meet the Worldmark standard we are accustomed too.
This is the equivalent to an older RCi standard unit (not Gold Crown)....More
We have enjoyed a previous stay here but no one warns us about the NOISY construction that had gone on nonstop 8 to 5 since we got here. It is too noisy to sleep past 8 and too noisy to sit on the deck. The...More
The room, one bedroom is classic worldmark. The staff was awesome with no sales pitches. Great location. Nice beach walk on the north side that goes for a couple miles. Can walk to grocery stores and restaurants
Kapaa Shores is a mixed timeshare and private condominium community. About two-thirds of the timeshare units are managed by WorldMark/Wyndham. The remaining units are individually owned, and perhaps self-managed. My review is on WorldMark units specifically (mine was 317), and the community-at-large.
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Response from Kapaashore | Property representative |
This depends on the level of your experience and ability on snorkeling/swimming as well as you have to take in consideration the surf/tide. Also are you travelling with kids? You can snorkel pretty much anywhere... More
This depends on the level of your experience and ability on snorkeling/swimming as well as you have to take in consideration the surf/tide. Also are you travelling with kids? You can snorkel pretty much anywhere in an open water if you want. But if you want places that are calmer, I suggest you go to places like Lydgate Beach. Its about 5-10 minutes drive from us. This beach is a manmade lagoon. It is surrounded with lava rocks. And they have lifeguard on duty all day. When are you coming to visit?
Kapa'a Shore Team