Elegant home in Maunalua Bay, Hawaii
1 Apartment with One Bedroom | 3 Private Rooms with Private Bathroom | 1 Private Room with Shared Bathroom
This is a charming space, just minutes from the water's edge. There are 4 private rooms with the option for either a private or shared bathroom, and a 1-bedroom private cottage complete with a king bed, bathroom, kitchenette, washer, dryer and desk. In the main space, there is a large, fully equipped kitchen, living room, workspace and lush garden complete with an in-ground hot tub. This home has daylight streaming through the space, thanks to floor to ceiling feature windows. Get focused in one of our work-ready zones, go for a dip just across the street, or relax with friends over a backyard BBQ.
Honolulu - Wailupe
is a serviced coliving space designed to be the perfect hub for digital nomads, flexible professionals, and business travellers looking to live, work, and connect.
Soaps and Shampoos
Desks in All Rooms
24 Hour Staff
Secure building entry
Room Door Locks
Bikes for Hire
Secluded, oceanfront neighborhood in Honolulu
Originally, Wailupe was only home to simple fishing shacks thanks to the calm shallow fishpond. In the 50s, it became a residential neighborhood, and since then it has evolved to become one of the most desirable places to live for those who want to be by the water - you can reach the ocean within minutes of your front door. Head to the community pier to hang out with locals fishing, catching up over a drink or paddling throughout the day. You can easily reach Diamond Head, Waikiki, or Koko Head Park from Wailupe Peninsula, too.
Closest Airport and Distance
Daniel K. Inouye International Airport
Turo, Uber, Lyft, Taxi
Rental Car Recommended
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Originally from Costa Rica, Nicole now calls Honolulu home. She’s a yoga instructor and psychology grad student with a love for surfing, art, and vegan food.