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We stayed at the Kona Tiki Dec15-22.This is the second time for us, first time was in 1995. It has not lost its charm. I do think they could lose the carpeting for tile? That is my only complaint if you could call it that....More
I love this hotel in Kona. It is marketed as "on the water" and it is! Only three floors of about 20 rooms, no elevator needed, clean with a lovely pool so close to the water that it is refreshed by the ocean from time...More
We stayed for 4 nights and it was unimaginably wonderful. Older, but that was part of the charm. There are plenty places, If you desire a big, bustling, multi-story extravaganza with
a gym, spa, massage, etc.
We chose a ground floor room so we were...More
We stayed for 4 nights, and were generally happy with our stay. The location can't be beat -- you're right on the water, and from our 3rd floor lanai, we could see a large school of bright yellow tangs in the water below. There's a...More
A cool old place kept very clean by the managers and a nice lady named Vanessa. The managers/hosts go above the call and are super people. A place where you can sit by the pool, read a book (say some 50's type novel) and just...More
Response from Garrette M | Property representative |
Our rooms do not have air conditioning. We have ceiling fans above the bed in all rooms. Most of the time, the fans are sufficient, because we are on the ocean and there are breezes, and given adequate ventilation... More
Our rooms do not have air conditioning. We have ceiling fans above the bed in all rooms. Most of the time, the fans are sufficient, because we are on the ocean and there are breezes, and given adequate ventilation, sleeping is comfortable. However, there are times when it is unusually warm and/or very humid where air conditioning would certainly help. Generally a second fan on the dresser would help in these situations.
The price varies but stays below the average of other seaside hotels considerably. In May 2016 we paid about $135 per night for a room with a kitchenette. Those rooms without a kitchenette were less expensive.