Take in the captivating view of the vibrant turquoise waters off of Kahanamoku Beach and Lagoon from this spacious condo. This desirable corner unit is conveniently located near Ala Moana Beach Park and Harbor, Magic Island, and Kalakaua Avenue, CHATEAU WAIKIKI, provides easy and quick access to shops, dining, and activities. Sun bathe and swim in the calm waters of Ala Moana Beach Park. This unit has 1 bedroom/ 1 bathroom. Recently renovated, it is furnished, with a washer & dryer, dishwasher, central AC, laminate floors, rattan furniture, tropical decor accents, a corner lanai, 1 parking stall, and access to the condominiums pool and putting green. This property requires a 30 night minimum booking. Best known as a vacation destination, Waikiki has much to offer to both visitors and residents. While its white sand beach is the main attraction, Waikiki presents a multitude of shopping and dining options to suit everyones tastes. World class resorts such as the Hilton Hawaiian Village, the Hyatt Regency Waikiki, the Sheraton Waikiki and the luxurious Halekulani Hotel maintain their star status along with the historic Royal Hawaiian and Moana Surfrider Hotels. Kalakaua Avenue, Waikikis main thoroughfare named after King Kalakaua, hosts an abundance of luxury designer stores. Waikiki is also anchored by Queen Kapiolani Regional Park, the largest and oldest public park in Hawaii. It is a welcoming stretch of green located on the east end of Waikiki just beyond Kuhio Beach Park. It includes the Honolulu Zoo, and the Kapiolani Park bandstand and Waikiki Shell which hosts outdoor concerts. The Waikiki Aquarium is conveniently located right across the street. In addition to showcasing a variety of fish, marine life, mammals, and coastal plants, it is another popular venue for concerts. Waikiki which means spouting fresh water in the Hawaiian language was a retreat for Hawaiian royalty in the 1800s. Princes Kaiulani and Prince Kuhio, members of Hawaiis royal family, lived in Waikiki and maintained sprawling estates. The coconut trees that grace the beach are descendants of the original trees planted hundreds of years ago by Hawaiian royalty. The 1930s saw the arrival of Hollywood royalty and when statehood occurred, Waikiki gained even greater appeal both nationally and internationally. While its skyline is punctuated with hotels and high-rises, Waikiki is gaining recognition for being home to exclusive residential towers, attracting an international clientele. Whether as a winter getaway or a home in one of the most famous vacation spots, Waikiki is one of the most highly sought-after destinations in the world.
Covered Parking Spaces: 1
MLS Listing ID: 201724431
Year Built: 1977
Market rate for this listing is $2,400 based on the surrounding areas and market conditions.
This 1 bedroom home is listed at $4,000, while 1 bedroom homes...
This listing is priced above the average 1 bedroom home in Waikiki by $2,010.
Students who live in this rental at 1778 Ala Moana Boulevard #1419 attend the following Hawaii Department Of Education (Unified School District) public schools:
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President Thomas Jefferson Elementary School
Grades PK - 5
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President George Washington Middle School
Grades 6 - 8
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Kaimuki High School
Grades 9 - 12
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