HISTORIC KAILUA-KONA VILLAGE surrounding Kona Alii is sometimes called Old Kona Town or just The Village. Primarily we think of The Village as the area along the ocean between the King Kamehameha Inn and the Royal Kona Hotel. It is quaint, and packed dozens of restaurants, shops, coffee shops and tourist attractions. Within the Village you will find a Palace, the Oldest Christian Church in Hawaii and a Pier. Several days a week one or more cruise ships will anchor in our bay. Two popular luau take place right in The Village. Some Sundays there is a stroll, merchants bring their goods out to the street to be sold. You'll find fresh flowers, fruit and vegetables at the Flea Market by the church. What a fun place to vacation or live!
KONA ALII, a 74 unit condominium built in 1971, is a favorite vacation spot. Many of the same people returning year after year. There are also a number of full-time residents, some have made this their home for decades. What more convenient location could you choose? The L-shaped building is located directly across famous Alii Drive from the seawall people often sit in the evenings and enjoy the sunset. No shortage of green flashes here. All the units located on the ground floor are dedicated "Commercial". You'll find an attorney's office, a jewelry shop, a real estate office and a massage therapist right down stairs.
AMENITIES within the complex include a large in-ground heated pool and a grilling area that are limited to the use of residents and their guests. Each residence has one assigned parking space. Additionally there are several Visitor spaces and a number of Commercial parking spaces. At the lower end of the driveway there are a few 1 hour parking spaces to facilitate loading and unloading of groceries and other items. The association also provides carts for that purpose. Inside the locked lobby are two elevators. Near the lobby is a bank of mailboxes. On each floor there is a trash shute and each units has a small assigned storage cage. Monthly fees include water/sewer, trash pick-up, hot water, basic cable and common area maintenance. At night the resident manager closes and locks front gates.