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Alii O Kailua – $8,000 – $9,800/Night

Alii O Kailua – $8,000 – $9,800/Night

Alii O Kailua – $8,000 – $9,800/Night
November 16
14:32 2011

Alii O Kailua

Alii O Kailua is one of the most striking and contemporary executive beachfront estates on the world-renowned Kailua Beach.  The estate features two homes (main house and guest house) separated by a resort-style pool with elegant umbrellas and lounge furnishings.  Other features include a steam sauna, home theater, beautiful manicured yard and pristine sandy beach access, with kayaks and beach toys for guest’s use.


Every part of the two homes – outfitted with striking hardwood and granite – was designed for discriminating guests to feel satisfied and luxurious.  The two spacious master bedrooms in the main house facing the ocean boast breathtaking, panoramic views from private lanais, remote controlled curtains, beautiful interiors and spacious bathrooms with hot tubs.  Two more suites are located downstairs.

The elegant main kitchen area consists of a custom shaped dining table, elegant chandelier lighting and stainless steel appliances.  The kitchen and attached open-concept living room both open out through sliding glass doors onto the spacious yard and glittering ocean.  The sauna is located in the guest house, along with the movie theater and four more spacious private suites with full bathrooms, remote controlled curtains and private lanais overlooking the ocean and pool.  There’s no limit to the relaxation and fun you can enjoy at this stunning beachfront estate!


Price: $8,000 – $9,800/Night
Size: n/a
Bedrooms: 8
Bathrooms: 8 Full, 1 Half
Speciality Items: Two Homes (Main House & Guest House), Resort Style Pool, Steam Sauna, Home Theatre, Manicured Yard, Pristine Sandy Beach Access, Kayaks & Beach Toys.
Location: Kailua, Oahu, Hawaii, United States

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