This oceanfront condo is a great value, whether you stay in a studio or a three-bedroom unit (ideal for large families). Though it’s on the water, there’s no sandy beach here (despite the photos posted on the website)— but right next door is a sandy cove at the Pohaku Beach Park (good for surfing, not as great for swimming); better beaches are a 5-minute drive away. Bright splashes of teal help offset the somewhat dated dark rattan furniture in the units, which feature full kitchens with older but clean appliances, daily maid service, panoramic views of passing whales during winter, and sunsets year-round; one-, two-, and three-bedrooms have washer/dryers. In the Orchid building’s deluxe studios, you can see the ocean from your bed. Units in the Anthurium Building boast oceanfront lanais just 20 feet from the water (the nicest are on the ground floor), but the bedrooms face the road. Guests are invited to lei-making and weekly mai tai parties in the poolside cabana and have access to a teeny-tiny gym with a million-dollar view. With no cleaning fee, this place is a real deal.