Colony Surf Rentals
When you hear the name “Hawaii”, what images come to mind? Maybe you imagine yourself relaxing, enjoying a sunset on a sandy beach as you drink a Mai Tai, watching the wind kiss the palm trees and listening to the ocean waves gently roll in. Well, you can enjoy that and more at the Colony Surf located on the beach in Honolulu, Hawaii.
(The Colony Surf is located directly on the beach)
Why Colony Surf rentals?
Renting a condo at the Colony Surf is cheaper than staying in a Waikiki hotel. After all, you don’t want your enjoyment of Hawaii’s scenery to be spoiled by worries about paying vacation-related expenses, do you?
Also, you have the world-famous Michel’s restaurant(downstairs) and the Hau Tree Lanai(a short walk)—where there’s an ancient Hau Tree reputed to be the haunt of Treasure Island author Robert Louis Stevenson—to cater to your culinary needs. It’s best to eat at Michel’s during the sunset, making for a breathtaking backdrop for fine dining near the ocean. Meanwhile, try Hau Tree Lanai’s best-selling Eggs Benedict and poi pancakes. There’s a reason these treats are famous!
As for the beautiful ocean views, they’re not limited to daytime. You can watch the moon rise over Diamond Head as it illuminates the sky and provides a calm contrast to the hustle and bustle of the beach and ocean.
(the beach is just a few steps away from your Colony Surf Rental)
Colony Surf Location
If you’re looking for a place to stay in the Gold Coast area, look no further than Colony Surf. It’s nestled between Kapiolani Park, the oldest and largest public park in Hawaii, and Kahala, Hawaii’s answer to Beverly Hills. Whether you’re curious about the lifestyle of Hawaii’s rich and famous, or you just want a glimpse of the Honolulu Zoo and the Waikiki Shell entertainment venue, these are just a stone’s throw away from the Colony Surf. Kapiolani Park is also a haven for sports enthusiasts who love basketball, baseball, tennis, lacrosse, rugby and archery.
No matter what your hobbies and interests are, you can kill time and relax when you’re in the Gold Coast. Mingle with locals and other visitors and chill out on the beach, or explore Mother Nature’s wonders. Play tennis or volleyball, join a yoga session, go hiking, take a jog around Diamond Head or Kapiolani Park, etc.
Take your pick from studios or larger 1 bedroom condos. In any case, you’ll enjoy full kitchens, beach towels, chairs, dishes, linens, free local telephone service and hi-speed Internet. The condos are kept cool by Tradewind breezes rather than air conditioners, so you’ll get an authentic Old Hawaii experience during your stay.
How to Get There
To get to the area, you can ride a bus to Waikiki, East Oahu, Hanauma Bay, Kahala Mall and Sea Life Park. Currently, these locations are served by route 14.
If you plan to stay in Honolulu, Hawaii for at least 30 days(1 month or more), book your stay in the Colony Surf today. We at Captain Cook Resorts guarantee that you’ll enjoy your stay so much, you’ll think twice about going home! And if you do go home, you’ll surely take wonderful stories and memories with you.