Mauna Lani Townhome Rental Photos and Description
Townhome, 3 Bedrooms, 3.25 Baths, (Sleeps 6)
The discriminate traveler will enjoy luxury resort living in our town home at the Villages at Mauna Lani. Our home which accommodates 6 people consists of 2,785 split-level living space including 2 master suites and another large bedroom with two queens with a bathroom. On the main floor, there is a powder room. Every bedroom has a Bose clock CD/radio. The downstairs' bedrooms also have TV/DVD/VCRs. Upstairs, there is an indoor. outdoor sound system. We have down and hypoallergenic pillows. We have baby/toddler accessories such as a crib, high chair, booster seat, kiddie locks/gate, eating utensils and dinnerware. We also have DVDs and books for all ages. There are water toys---boogie boards, noodles, sand toys.
Our town home is furnished island style with tropical colors. We have granite countertops in the kitchen and in the bathrooms. The covered lanai is equipped with a gas grill, refrigerator, wet bar, and a glass wicker table to enjoy sunset dining and extra chairs for outdoor reading. Most of our artwork is the work of Hawaiian artists including Peggy Chun, Mike Sakamoto, Karen Thrasher, and Jordanne Weinstein--several are the original paintings. There is a plasma TV in the spacious living room. Truly this vacation home feels like home when one enters through a magnificent mahogany entry.
Keywords: Town Home
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
We live outside of Seattle, Washington and spend about 3 months at our Hawaiian home. Our 3 adult children spend another one month there. We particularly enjoy the Beach Club swimming and snorkeling. I think the snorkeling there is among the best in Hawaii-clear waters and lots of fish in a somewhat protected beach area. We also enjoy the golf at the 2 Mauna Lani courses which offer some spectacular scenic holes.
The Beach Club also offers a complimentary 30 minute paddle board lesson with Gary at the Water Sports shack. He also has other water equipment that you may want to rent.
We had been coming to Hawaii for over 25 years and so we had a good idea of what the different islands offered and the types of accomodations at the various resorts. The quality of the unit is the best we saw with lots of space and layed out in a fashion where 6 people can live comfortably without bumping into each other and also enjoy some privacy. Also, the Mauna Lani resort has lots of good restaurants and the Beach Club and the golf courses are outstanding. The hotels (Mauna Lani Bay and Fairmont Orchard)also offer great food and outstanding views.
A really ncie way to cap a day's activity is at the Mauna lani hotel's outside bar and grill to watch the sunset while sipping a cool beverage followed by a light meal. make sure to go at Happy Hour!
The Beach Club and the golf courses one can't say enough about. We're also within walking distance ( a few minutes) of the Shops at Mauna Lani which has two really good restuarants (Ruth's Chris and Tommy Bahama) as well as a more affordable Japanese restaurant. Best of all is the Foodland Farms grocery store which has many prepared meals and offes a wide variety of food if one wants to cook.
The Village's Amenity Center is a three minute walk from our unit. This center includes a swimming pool, hot water tub, and a work out room.