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7 Apartments for rent in Holualoa, HI

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75-6009 Alii Dr
75-6009 Aliʻi Drive
Holualoa, HI | Puaa 2-3 Ahupua`a
2 Bedrooms
$1,895
906 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 08:30 AM
This 2 bedroom, 2 bath unfurnished condo is ground floor (no stairs!) with one open and 1 covered parking space. Kona Sea Ridge is a gated community near town on Ali'i Drive, with a beautiful pool, BBQ area, spa, and small gym.
1 Unit Available
75-6016 Alii Dr #336 Alii Villas
75-6016 Aliʻi Drive
Holualoa, HI | Puaa 2-3 Ahupua`a
2 Bedrooms
$2,100
761 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Alii Villas - This lovely condo in Ali'i Villas is located in the building nearest the ocean and has a great view from the lanai. Remodeled in 2019, the condo has new kitchen cabinets, counter top and sink, plus new flooring throughout.
1 Unit Available
75-6081 Alii Dr #KK103 Alii Lani Townhomes
75-6081 Aliʻi Drive
Holualoa, HI | Puapuaa 2 Ahupua`a
2 Bedrooms
$1,750
787 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Alii Lani - Ground floor with large lanai, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, bamboo flooring in kitchen, a/c unit in both bedrooms and living room. 2 assigned parking spaces.
1 Unit Available
75-319 Omilo Place
75-319 Omilo Place
Holualoa, HI | Puapuaa 2 Ahupua`a
3 Bedrooms
$2,400
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Stunning Ocean Views In Great Location - Stunning ocean views in great location with this well-built 3 bedroom, 2 bath single family home. Conveniently located close to Keauhou or Kailua town yet very private.
Results within 1 mile of Holualoa
1 Unit Available
75-5766 Kuakini Hwy 207
75-5766 Kuakini Highway
Kailua, HI | Lanihau 1 & 2 Ahupua`a
1 Bedroom
$1,700
600 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Furnished 1 Bed/1 Bath in Kailua Village - Property Id: 252954 Awesome view, centrally located to town 1 bdr/1ba unit available January 1st for a 6 month lease! Fully furnished unit in the Kailua Village Condo Complex.
Results within 5 miles of Holualoa
1 Unit Available
79-7199 Mamalahoa Hwy #C126 Kona Coffee Villas
79-7199 Mamalahoa Highway
Honalo, HI | Honalo Ahupua
2 Bedrooms
$1,600
854 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Kona Coffee Villas - This comfortable and airy two bedroom and two bath condo includes a garden lanai and nice ocean view. The open kitchen, dining and living area has ceramic tile flooring for easy care.
Results within 10 miles of Holualoa
1 Unit Available
73-1158 Kaiminani Dr
73-1158 Kaiminani Drive
Kalaoa, HI | Kalaoa 5 Ahupua`a
3 Bedrooms
$2,700
1056 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Kona Palisades - 3 bedroom, 3 bath unfurnished home with extra spacious covered lanai. Easy care laminate flooring through out the house. Large yard, although not landscaped. Available now. No smoking. No vaping. No pets.
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How much is rent in Holualoa?
Apartment Rentals in Holualoa start at $1,750/month.
How much is rent in Holualoa?
Apartment Rentals in Holualoa start at $1,750/month.
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How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Holualoa?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
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While some Holualoa properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Holualoa properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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City Guide

Holualoa
The art hub of Kona Coffee Country, Holualoa Village hosts Art After Dark every first Friday of the month.
The art hub of Kona Coffee Country, Holualoa Village hosts Art After Dark every first Friday of the month.

Holualoa is a census-designated place on the sunny mid-western coast of Big Island, Hawaii. But it's not only the laid-back seaside lifestyle that draws in tourists and keeps its 8,500 residents happy, but it's also the cool, verdant mountain slopes inland where the famous robust Kona coffee grows. Mt. Hualalai is also home to the historic Holualoa Village, a unique community centered around arts, crafts and java.

Moving to Holualoa

Possible Complications

The cost of apartment rentals in Holualoa is one of the highest in the U.S because a lot of the basic stuff must be imported, which brings up another point -- how to transport your possessions. You'll most likely have a better experience dealing with moving companies that specialize in shipping to Hawaii. On the other hand, there are several fully furnished apartment rentals in Holualoa that will make your life much easier. If you want to relocate with your pet, the state's Department of Agriculture Animal Quarantine require a quarantine period of five days maximum upon entry. Visit their website for the checklist.

When to Start Searching

In a week or less, you can find an apt for rent in Holualoa during the low tourist seasons, from September to October and from January to May. But when the demand is high and you have very particular needs, start at least a month ahead. You might even find some all-bills-paid apartments. Bring proof of income, credit card and bank statements, and references from previous landlords. You'll likely have to plunk down a security deposit equal to one month's rent.

Moving to Holualoa
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Possible Complications

The cost of apartment rentals in Holualoa is one of the highest in the U.S because a lot of the basic stuff must be imported, which brings up another point -- how to transport your possessions. You'll most likely have a better experience dealing with moving companies that specialize in shipping to Hawaii. On the other hand, there are several fully furnished apartment rentals in Holualoa that will make your life much easier. If you want to relocate with your pet, the state's Department of Agriculture Animal Quarantine require a quarantine period of five days maximum upon entry. Visit their website for the checklist.

When to Start Searching

In a week or less, you can find an apt for rent in Holualoa during the low tourist seasons, from September to October and from January to May. But when the demand is high and you have very particular needs, start at least a month ahead. You might even find some all-bills-paid apartments. Bring proof of income, credit card and bank statements, and references from previous landlords. You'll likely have to plunk down a security deposit equal to one month's rent.

Neighborhoods in Holualoa

Moving to Hawaii is a dream come true for you, but don't ruin it by picking the wrong area in town for your lifestyle. Check out the different sections of town and see which neighborhood is best for you.

West: A magnet for tourists and commerce, this waterfront neighborhood is your best bet for finding rental apartments in Holualoa. Most of the condominiums are concentrated around Alii Drive, the main drag, followed by nearby Queen Ka'ahumanu Highway, where properties also overlook Holualoa Bay.

North Mamalahoa Highway: From Lawai'a Road down to Kona Memorial Park, residences cluster around small streets and lanes that branch off the highway. It's a good area to consider when hunting for single-family homes and rental houses in Holualoa, particularly on Hiona Street, Keopu Makura Drive and around Kalamani Street. Star attractions include the Keopu Coffee, famed for their 100 percent organic Kona Coffee, and Ueshima Coffee Company or UCC, which does coffee tours where you roast your own cup of joe.

The Village: Art galleries and local craft stores, like the Ukulele Gallery, dot the lush scenic route along this stretch of Mamalahoa, where charming historic buildings remain untouched by big development. The old Holualoa Theater still hosts live performances, near the popular Holualoa Gallery and Mi Taqueria Potosina, a favorite for authentic Mexican cuisine.

East: This is big country, where large parcels of land with plantation homes give way to thick forests the farther you head east. Vacation rentals are sometimes available here.

Neighborhoods in Holualoa
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Moving to Hawaii is a dream come true for you, but don't ruin it by picking the wrong area in town for your lifestyle. Check out the different sections of town and see which neighborhood is best for you.

West: A magnet for tourists and commerce, this waterfront neighborhood is your best bet for finding rental apartments in Holualoa. Most of the condominiums are concentrated around Alii Drive, the main drag, followed by nearby Queen Ka'ahumanu Highway, where properties also overlook Holualoa Bay.

North Mamalahoa Highway: From Lawai'a Road down to Kona Memorial Park, residences cluster around small streets and lanes that branch off the highway. It's a good area to consider when hunting for single-family homes and rental houses in Holualoa, particularly on Hiona Street, Keopu Makura Drive and around Kalamani Street. Star attractions include the Keopu Coffee, famed for their 100 percent organic Kona Coffee, and Ueshima Coffee Company or UCC, which does coffee tours where you roast your own cup of joe.

The Village: Art galleries and local craft stores, like the Ukulele Gallery, dot the lush scenic route along this stretch of Mamalahoa, where charming historic buildings remain untouched by big development. The old Holualoa Theater still hosts live performances, near the popular Holualoa Gallery and Mi Taqueria Potosina, a favorite for authentic Mexican cuisine.

East: This is big country, where large parcels of land with plantation homes give way to thick forests the farther you head east. Vacation rentals are sometimes available here.

Local Life

Whether it's four or two, better have your own set of wheels if you want to live here.

In Holualoa Village, the hangout spot for breakfast to late night munchin' is Holuakoa Caf, where farm-to-fork organic slow food is served in a cozy atmosphere. There's nothing like the annual festivities that bring the entire town together, such as the Summer Farmfest and Ukulele Jam, and the Coffee and Art Stroll every November. On Sundays, Alii Drive becomes a pedestrian-only promenade where locals savor good food, meet artists and craftsmen, and enjoy live music.

Local Life
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Whether it's four or two, better have your own set of wheels if you want to live here.

In Holualoa Village, the hangout spot for breakfast to late night munchin' is Holuakoa Caf, where farm-to-fork organic slow food is served in a cozy atmosphere. There's nothing like the annual festivities that bring the entire town together, such as the Summer Farmfest and Ukulele Jam, and the Coffee and Art Stroll every November. On Sundays, Alii Drive becomes a pedestrian-only promenade where locals savor good food, meet artists and craftsmen, and enjoy live music.

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City Guide

Holualoa
The art hub of Kona Coffee Country, Holualoa Village hosts Art After Dark every first Friday of the month.
The art hub of Kona Coffee Country, Holualoa Village hosts Art After Dark every first Friday of the month.

Holualoa is a census-designated place on the sunny mid-western coast of Big Island, Hawaii. But it's not only the laid-back seaside lifestyle that draws in tourists and keeps its 8,500 residents happy, but it's also the cool, verdant mountain slopes inland where the famous robust Kona coffee grows. Mt. Hualalai is also home to the historic Holualoa Village, a unique community centered around arts, crafts and java.

Moving to Holualoa

Possible Complications

The cost of apartment rentals in Holualoa is one of the highest in the U.S because a lot of the basic stuff must be imported, which brings up another point -- how to transport your possessions. You'll most likely have a better experience dealing with moving companies that specialize in shipping to Hawaii. On the other hand, there are several fully furnished apartment rentals in Holualoa that will make your life much easier. If you want to relocate with your pet, the state's Department of Agriculture Animal Quarantine require a quarantine period of five days maximum upon entry. Visit their website for the checklist.

When to Start Searching

In a week or less, you can find an apt for rent in Holualoa during the low tourist seasons, from September to October and from January to May. But when the demand is high and you have very particular needs, start at least a month ahead. You might even find some all-bills-paid apartments. Bring proof of income, credit card and bank statements, and references from previous landlords. You'll likely have to plunk down a security deposit equal to one month's rent.

Moving to Holualoa
+

Possible Complications

The cost of apartment rentals in Holualoa is one of the highest in the U.S because a lot of the basic stuff must be imported, which brings up another point -- how to transport your possessions. You'll most likely have a better experience dealing with moving companies that specialize in shipping to Hawaii. On the other hand, there are several fully furnished apartment rentals in Holualoa that will make your life much easier. If you want to relocate with your pet, the state's Department of Agriculture Animal Quarantine require a quarantine period of five days maximum upon entry. Visit their website for the checklist.

When to Start Searching

In a week or less, you can find an apt for rent in Holualoa during the low tourist seasons, from September to October and from January to May. But when the demand is high and you have very particular needs, start at least a month ahead. You might even find some all-bills-paid apartments. Bring proof of income, credit card and bank statements, and references from previous landlords. You'll likely have to plunk down a security deposit equal to one month's rent.

Neighborhoods in Holualoa

Moving to Hawaii is a dream come true for you, but don't ruin it by picking the wrong area in town for your lifestyle. Check out the different sections of town and see which neighborhood is best for you.

West: A magnet for tourists and commerce, this waterfront neighborhood is your best bet for finding rental apartments in Holualoa. Most of the condominiums are concentrated around Alii Drive, the main drag, followed by nearby Queen Ka'ahumanu Highway, where properties also overlook Holualoa Bay.

North Mamalahoa Highway: From Lawai'a Road down to Kona Memorial Park, residences cluster around small streets and lanes that branch off the highway. It's a good area to consider when hunting for single-family homes and rental houses in Holualoa, particularly on Hiona Street, Keopu Makura Drive and around Kalamani Street. Star attractions include the Keopu Coffee, famed for their 100 percent organic Kona Coffee, and Ueshima Coffee Company or UCC, which does coffee tours where you roast your own cup of joe.

The Village: Art galleries and local craft stores, like the Ukulele Gallery, dot the lush scenic route along this stretch of Mamalahoa, where charming historic buildings remain untouched by big development. The old Holualoa Theater still hosts live performances, near the popular Holualoa Gallery and Mi Taqueria Potosina, a favorite for authentic Mexican cuisine.

East: This is big country, where large parcels of land with plantation homes give way to thick forests the farther you head east. Vacation rentals are sometimes available here.

Neighborhoods in Holualoa
+

Moving to Hawaii is a dream come true for you, but don't ruin it by picking the wrong area in town for your lifestyle. Check out the different sections of town and see which neighborhood is best for you.

West: A magnet for tourists and commerce, this waterfront neighborhood is your best bet for finding rental apartments in Holualoa. Most of the condominiums are concentrated around Alii Drive, the main drag, followed by nearby Queen Ka'ahumanu Highway, where properties also overlook Holualoa Bay.

North Mamalahoa Highway: From Lawai'a Road down to Kona Memorial Park, residences cluster around small streets and lanes that branch off the highway. It's a good area to consider when hunting for single-family homes and rental houses in Holualoa, particularly on Hiona Street, Keopu Makura Drive and around Kalamani Street. Star attractions include the Keopu Coffee, famed for their 100 percent organic Kona Coffee, and Ueshima Coffee Company or UCC, which does coffee tours where you roast your own cup of joe.

The Village: Art galleries and local craft stores, like the Ukulele Gallery, dot the lush scenic route along this stretch of Mamalahoa, where charming historic buildings remain untouched by big development. The old Holualoa Theater still hosts live performances, near the popular Holualoa Gallery and Mi Taqueria Potosina, a favorite for authentic Mexican cuisine.

East: This is big country, where large parcels of land with plantation homes give way to thick forests the farther you head east. Vacation rentals are sometimes available here.

Local Life

Whether it's four or two, better have your own set of wheels if you want to live here.

In Holualoa Village, the hangout spot for breakfast to late night munchin' is Holuakoa Caf, where farm-to-fork organic slow food is served in a cozy atmosphere. There's nothing like the annual festivities that bring the entire town together, such as the Summer Farmfest and Ukulele Jam, and the Coffee and Art Stroll every November. On Sundays, Alii Drive becomes a pedestrian-only promenade where locals savor good food, meet artists and craftsmen, and enjoy live music.

Local Life
+

Whether it's four or two, better have your own set of wheels if you want to live here.

In Holualoa Village, the hangout spot for breakfast to late night munchin' is Holuakoa Caf, where farm-to-fork organic slow food is served in a cozy atmosphere. There's nothing like the annual festivities that bring the entire town together, such as the Summer Farmfest and Ukulele Jam, and the Coffee and Art Stroll every November. On Sundays, Alii Drive becomes a pedestrian-only promenade where locals savor good food, meet artists and craftsmen, and enjoy live music.