Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Jan 9, 2015
Instructions for check-in could be more clear. No need to search for the rental office which is located at the end of a dirt road in a little shack. Just call the agent and she can give you the lockbox codes by text. You could even do this before arrival on the island, then just show up at Wavecrest between 4-6 for actual "check-in". This knowledge would have saved me a lot of driving... Wavecrest and the rental office are 13 miles apart. However, I did not know the rental agent's phone number until finding it on the door of the rental office! It was like a scavenger hunt. It would have been nice if she would have just phoned, texted or emailed me the codes that morning.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Springville, UT
The right resort on Molokai at the right price!Posted Dec 18, 2014
Pros: Everything starting with the price (of about $175 or so per night for our stay). We loved the Wave Crest Resort!
Cons: New carpeting in the room we had. Air conditioning would also improve things a bit, as our unit did not have A/C.
Location: Sightseeing on Molokai is tops. We rented a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited (4-door). This is THE ideal rental car on Molokai.
My wife and I stayed at the Wavecrest Resort on Molokai which my wife booked for us on Expedia. Neither of us had ever spent a night on Molokai before. Nor had either of us ever booked a hotel or condo via Expedia. We were "upgraded" after arrival to a two bedroom apartment on the first floor of Building A. The only negative was that the indoor/outdoor carpeting in our apartment had several stain marks in the living room and the master bedroom. (We were told that an extreme high tide during a storm a year or so ago had "flooded some of the units on the first floor." Our unit was closer to the ocean than any of the others. Everything else about our rental unit was outstanding. My wife and I highly recommend the Wave Crest Resort to anyone who is interested in a vacation on Molokai. (Molokai is a wonderful place for folks like me who don't like crowds and don't need a "nightlife" while on vacation. Some people may want more of a nightlife. The Wave Crest was perfect for my wife and me!) Andy McKane, Springville, Utah, USA
for Couplesby A verified travelerfrom Alaska
Quiet and RelaxingPosted Nov 6, 2014
Pros: Relaxing facility. Nice pool. Well maintained.
Location: This complex is 13 miles from town. There are few nearby activities.
This facility is actually a condo complex rather than a hotel. Our unit and the surrounding grounds were well maintained and generally comfortable. We were in a ground floor unit for about 10 days. The upstairs unit above us was only occupied for two or three days, and when it was, we definitely noted noise from people walking around. There were chickens and roosters next door to the condo complex that would routinely wake us up early in the morning. This wasn't an issue for us, but it could be for someone who likes sleeping-in while on vacation. Overall, we were pleased with our experience.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Long Beach
Ocean front condoPosted Aug 20, 2014
Pros: Nice condo. Our room had a great ocean view.
Cons: Could use a new shower head.
Location: Mule ride down to Kalaupapa for a tour od Father Damien's leper colony. Halawa water fall.
Molokai is a very quiet island. If this is what you want then you will enjoy this very clean complex. Some days we just sat on the lanai and watched the ocean. It was a one bedroom unit but we did not use the bedroom. There was a daybed in the living room that we slept on so we could see and hear the ocean.
for Everyoneby Bertfrom Austin, TX
SecludedPosted Feb 13, 2014
Pros: I felt like I had really left home.
Location: Ride the mules down the cliff to the leper colony.
It was perfect for being relatively secluded and quiet.