Kuilima East, #101 – Recently Refreshed Vacation Rental on Oahu’s North Shore

Sometimes, you just need a refresh! And, so does your vacation rental. Welcome to Kuilima East, #101 on Oahu’s beautiful North Shore. This unit was recently refreshed and is now ready for your occupancy. Thanks to the efforts of Hawaii Life’s stellar Vacation Rental Team, you’ll find this sweet 1 bedroom, 1 bath unit crisp, clean, and oh so comfortable!

This North Shore vacation rental is located on the golf course within the Turtle Bay Resort community. You’ll discover so much to enjoy at Kuilima East, including two pools and a tennis court. The unit is within close proximity to the Turtle Bay Resort, pristine beaches, great eateries, and some of the best hiking trails and surf spots on Oahu’s North Shore.

Owning and operating a vacation rental requires a lot of time and attention to detail. You’ve heard it said, “It takes a village.” And, it really does! I’m grateful for Hawaii Life and our awesome property managers Diana Ricciutti and Jill Lawrence. Their support and stellar management of our vacation rental ensures a great experience for you!

If you want to learn more, check out this video of Kuilima East, #101, compliments of our awesome in-house photographer, Mike Pooley.

We hope you’ll enjoy a stay soon!

living room and kitchen north shore oahu vacation rental condo

modern condo kitchen with green lower cabinets and white uppers

bedroom with fluffy bed

sparkling blue condo pool

sign for haleiwa north shore

aerial view of turtle bay resort at north shore oahu beach

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Yoko Balsiger

February 29, 2024

Hi, I can’t materialize my dream to live in Hawaii just yet, but it’s in my list of goals if I keep on living in The US.
But I heard from my friend who is a well-to-do person who has a condo in Hawaiii, and she says Hawaii is a expensive place to live, especially when it comes to things like food because practically almost everything has to be imported from the Main Land. She also mentioned that the housing is not cheap, either.
But way back in the 70’s, I’ve been to Hawaii (Oahu and Hawaii) 2 times, and I love being there!
Tell me, is it a very expensive place for one’s retirement? That’s what I want to know.
Your advice will be appreciated.

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