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We stayed at the Islander for 6 nights. Beautiful grounds, nice attentive service. They have a resort fee, but it includes towel service, laundry room and best yet, free movies to rent on DVD anytime, best of the best and newest selections. And they have...More
We booked our 4-night stay at Aston Ilander on the Beach through Donna Bender, an Aston Specialist. The grounds and views are beautiful, the location is so convenient to restaurants, shopping and sights in all parts of the island. The beach wasn't good for swimming...More
The Aston Islander was located centrally near the Coconut Marketplace in Kapa'a. This allowed us speedy access to all parts of the island.
This was a pretty good value for the area, with clean and spacious rooms and free parking (as of the writing of...More
We stayed in a third floor privately owned unit. It was oceanfront and near the pool. Kapaa is an excellent location because it is centrally located and makes accessing either end of the island convenient. We would recommend staying here. Check out vrbo for good...More
This is the third time in a few years that we have stayed at the Islander. Its location is top-notch, the rooms are quite adequate (if you don't plan to live inside all day), there is a nice pool, relaxing grass and beach area. Only...More
There are at least 3 places close by that rent snorkels and masks by the day or week. One is in the building right to the west side of the Hotel entry. Prices very reasonable - especially by the week. You can get bikes that... More
There are at least 3 places close by that rent snorkels and masks by the day or week. One is in the building right to the west side of the Hotel entry. Prices very reasonable - especially by the week. You can get bikes that way too and that's a great way to get around on the East side of the Island. You can rent Kayaks too. Cost is a few dollars a day depending on the type you rent. Go Snooba diving. There's a place on the South side where you use snorkel gear but have a tank follow you on the surface. (And a trained diver.) Doesn't require training and you can get down 15' and stay down. Highly recommend it if you like to dive but aren't trained in Scuba. Cost about $75 per hour per person.