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My husband and I spent a week in Kona and stayed in unit 302 at Kona Banyan Tree. We couldn't have been more pleased with our accommodations, ranging from its location to its comfort and functionality to its ocean view, which we couldn't get enough...More
The carpet was spotted and dirty. the master bed room bed had only box springs and a small piece of corrugated foam. There were urine spots all over the bed. Very disgusting.We were there to celebrate our 44 th wedding anniversary, which was ruined .We...More
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Response from Candace R, Spinali at Kona Banyan TreeResponded 30 September 2016
I am deeply sorry to hear that you had an unpleasant stay while celebrating your 44 years of marriage. Banyan Tree is a smaller complex of only 20 individually owned condos. Some owners manage their condos themselves while others hire management companies. Please be assured...More
My parents, myself and twelve year old daughter recently stayed in Condo 302 in the Banyan Tree condos. The first thing you notice is the view of the ocean from the floor to ceiling window. We all spent hours on the Lanai, drinking coffee and...More
Beautiful condo, full wall of windows overlooking the ocean with a balcony, perfect location, clean, comfortable beds. perfect location in Kona. Kitchen had many condiments so we didn't have to buy any. Kitchen had everything we needed. Bathroom was great and it was very convenient...More
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Response from janicet, Owner at Kona Banyan TreeResponded 8 August 2016
Thank you for choosing Banyan Tree 302 for your Big Island trip. I am so glad you enjoyed the 32 feet of floor to ceiling, in condo washer and dryer and our well stocked kitchen with many items that vacationers usually have to...More
Banyan Tree 301 is about the ocean and the views, period! My wife, her parents, our two sons and I planned our trip to the Big Island of Hawaii and wanted to visit both the north (Waikoloa Beach Resort area) and the south (Kona area)....More
Response from Candace R, Owner at Kona Banyan TreeResponded 25 August 2016
Mahalo for taking time out of your day to write your review. I am so happy that you got to experience the opportunity to visit two different areas on The Big Island - The Waikoloa Beach Resort with it's beautiful beaches and Banyan Tree in...More
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My parents are traveling to the Banyan Tree on Dec 18th, and my dad is freaking out a little about the Dengue Fever outbreak. Did you have any problems with mosquitos at the property and while you were sightseeing? My dad is thinking of canceling his trip and rebooking for next xmas.
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Response from konasunsets | Property representative |
Most of the cases have been in South Kona (Banyan Tree is in North Kona). Bring light weight, light colored, long sleeve shirt(s) and pant(s) and bug spray. There is more information on line on the Hawaii.gov website. Or by... More
Most of the cases have been in South Kona (Banyan Tree is in North Kona). Bring light weight, light colored, long sleeve shirt(s) and pant(s) and bug spray. There is more information on line on the Hawaii.gov website. Or by searching Dengue Fever Hawaii.
There are fewer mosquitoes at the beach. There is no standing water at Banyan Tree to breed mosquitoes. We are proactive in keeping vegetation trimmed and debris picked up to reduce any mosquito breeding areas. Also, keep fans running and stay indoors during dusk and dawn or wear appropriate clothing and bug spray.