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Studio Suite Ko Olina at MARRIOTT Beach ClubFeel free to message me a request to book and the times you are looking for. The least expensive option is the Mountain View Studio w/kitchenette that sleeps 4. Price is roughly 285/night which is HALF the cost if you book direct with the hotel. Also includes free parking where hotel charges $40/day. The most beautiful resort and Guestroom in Ko Olina right on the beach in a picturesque lagoon. 30 minutes from the airport and Honolulu. * Free WiFi, Free self-parking.
Marriott Ko Olina Beach Club StudioIMPORTANT! READ! PLEASE! “This is a timeshare. While the amenities and features will be the same, you may not get the exact unit shown in the photos.” Rates Starting From $245 per night.. PRICES MAY BE HIGHER. BEFORE YOU REQUEST a booking contact us and confirm that the dates you want are available. WE HAVE AN OPEN CALENDAR. We are able to book any Dates. Rates will vary based on Week, View and Season / Holiday. AVAILABILITY CHANGES DAILY.
A MARRIOTT'S KO OLINA BEACH CLUB! STUDIO OR LARGEROn the beach at Ko Olina, the resort features luxurious studios, 1, 2, & 3 bedroom villas, golf course, onsite, nearby restaurants and shopping, quiet adults-only pool and fun family pool with waterslide, outstanding activities, and Oahu's beautiful scenery and weather. Additional Hawaii transient tax of about $6 per night for a studio must be paid at check-in.
Think of Ko Olina as Waikiki’s younger and more chill sibling, a resort town with some of the amenities of Honolulu, but without the huge crowds. If you’ve always wanted to learn how to stand-up paddleboard or snorkel, the calm and shallow waters of Ko Olina Beach offer an ideal spot for beginners and families: four consecutive crescent-shaped lagoons interconnected by 5 miles of jogging and walking paths. The fourth and most southerly, Ulua Lagoon, is adjacent to Ko Olina Beach Park, offering public access to the shoreline and a verdant circle of grass that reaches toward the more rocky and secluded Ko Olina Beach.
The easiest way to get to Oahu is by landing at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL), which serves more than 21 million passengers annually and is, conveniently, only a 30-minute drive away from the inviting sand of Ko Olina Beach.
Upon arrival at the airport, visitors can find car rental desks located on the ground floor across from baggage claim, with three pickup locations for rideshares on the second level (Departures). Unlike Honolulu, Ko Olina isn’t nearly as easy to get around by foot (except along the shoreline), so renting a car is advisable if plans include exploring beyond the four lagoons.
The island of Oahu, including Ko Olina Beach, is blessed with pleasant weather all year. Temperatures are generally in the high 60s through high 80s Fahrenheit, with June through October being the hottest months. That said, Ko Olina can get muggy, with a wet season spanning from October through the end of March. January on average is the wettest month of the year, June the driest. Temperatures do drop slightly from December through March, so if 66 degrees seems cold, pack a light sweater or jacket as an insurance policy for evening excursions.
You could spend your entire stay hopping from one white-sand beach lagoon to another. Numerous family-friendly activities and amenities are available across the entire length of shoreline, including snorkeling, stand-up paddleboarding, swimming, and sailing-canoe tours. All four lagoons are designed to buffer swimmers from waves, making them ideal for families with children.
While each of the four lagoons are great for swimming protected from waves, this pocket beach with its own natural lagoon is the better option for snorkeling. Keep your eyes peeled for sea turtles, sea urchins, butterfly fish, and other marine life. Located just a short northerly walk around the bend from Ko Olina Lagoon 1, the secret beach is easily accessible through the nearby hotel’s private entrance, and another small beach (Lanikuhonua Lagoon) offering similar “secret” access to a natural lagoon is adjacent.
Sunsets along the Ko OIina Beach shoreline are spectacular, but watching the day give way to dusk in a glorious explosion of reds, oranges, and pinks from a catamaran takes the experience to another level. Many options for a two-hour sail around the coast include Champagne and appetizers.