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Who says you need to stay in a five-star hotel when you visit Hawaii!? Instead, consider taking the rustic route and renting a cabin in the mountains or right on the beach. Your pocketbook will thank you, and so will your family, since there’s no place better to bond.
Read-on to learn about three places where you can rent a cabin in Hawaii:
1. Bellows Air Force Base (Oahu): Bellows Air Force Base on Oahu features 109 beach-side cabins, eight air-conditioned condo units, 55 family campsites, 10 cedar camper cabins and two recreational vehicle sites. But, it’s the cabins which mix the comfort of a structure with the excitement of being outdoors. The furnished cabins sleep four adults comfortably and feature a fully-equipped kitchen and dining/living area. Guests are allowed to pitch one canopy per cabin (15’x15′ maximum). The cost is $75 – $95/night, much less than a hotel!
Maximum capacity: Six people (Extra overnight guests require additional accommodations.) A maximum of six occupants per unit are allowed from 10 pm – 8 am and 16 occupants per unit from 8 am – 10 pm.
Basic amenities: One queen-size bed, Two twin beds, Ceiling fans, Sleeper sofa (linen available upon request), Dining table & chairs, Television & DVD player, Stove, Refrigerator, Coffeemaker, Microwave, Toaster, Dinnerware & flatware (for six people), Cookware (pots & pans), Cooking utensils, Iron & ironing board, In-room safe, Charcoal grill, Picnic table, Free Wi-Fi access
2. Kokee Lodge (Kauai): Kokee State Park offers a variety of different cabins, with different features and price-points.
Amenities: 8 plates/bowls/glasses/spoons/forks/knives, Basic utensils-spatula/mixing spoon/can opener/sharp knife/bottle-wine opener, 2 mixing bowls, 2 skillets/ 1 boiling pot/ 1 sauce pan/ 1 cutting board, Toaster and Coffee Pot, Electric/Gas Stove with Oven, Microwave, Refrigerator/Freezer, Dish soap/ Sponge / Cleaning supplies.
If you book at Kauai Jeep Tour, ask your guide to drive by Kokee State Park, where you can view the cabins up close!
3. Malaekahana Beach Campground (Oahu): Besides tent and vehicle camping, Malaekahana Beach Campground offers a variety of structured accommodations:
There are tons of reasons to rent a cabin in Hawaii! You can save money, feel rustic, and bond with your family away from the hustle and bustle. So, explore your options, and see which cabin suits you best!