E Komo Mai !
Welcome to Suite #509, Kamaole Beach Royale, our home away from home.
We enjoy a spectacular view of the beach, the ocean, and the neighbour islands from the fifth floor of Kamaole Beach Royale, a six-storey, building situated right across the street from Kamaole Beach #1. Kamaole Beach #1 is one of three famous beaches within walking distance, and was voted Maui’s #1 swimming beach by Maui Revealed, (2011 Edition).
Our condo, which we purchased in March, 2011, is tastefully furnished and decorated, featuring original Hawaiian artwork gathered over the many years our family lived on Maui, Hawaii’s “Valley Isle”.
In the last few months, we have purchased new, high-quality linens, bath towels, beach towels, and “Hawaiiana” designer dishes. Our kitchen is fully-stocked with everything you need to enjoy home-cooked dinners on our ocean-view lanai.
The master bedroom has a television, telephone, and queen-sized bed (with 800 thread count sheets). Should you need additional sleeping space, we have a very comfortable sofa bed with a queen-sized mattress in the living room. For privacy of guests in the living room, you are welcome to use our five-panel shoji screen, which you’ll find stored in our bedroom (under bed.)
We are pleased to offer our guests the use of our many beach toys, including two quality snorkel sets (man’s and woman’s mask, fins, and snorkel) beach chairs, umbrella, noodles, frisbees, various beach balls, and coolers and “cold bags” - great for picnics on the beach or for hiking up Haleakala.
Views from our private lanai are especially spectacular at sunset. At sunrise the tiny island birds will greet you from the palm tree fronds that reach the lanai, and, if you provide even the slightest encouragement, they will be on the lanai with you.
Kamaole Beach Royale is a beautifully landscaped, concrete-frame, and, therefore, incredibly quiet building. Take advantage of the lovely pool and surrounding gardens, and, as a special treat, visit the KBR rooftop deck which is equipped with tables, lounges and commercial grade BBQ’s. Enjoy the 180 view from the rooftop and in whale season (December – April), bring your binoculars
Or, just chill out on the lanai in # 509 and watch the sun slowly set over the ocean and the neighbour islands. If you like, try our conch shell on the lanai: it's a Hawaiian tradition to blow the conch at sunset. If you need a conch lesson, take in the free hulu show and torch-lighting ceremony at the Four Seasons Hotel in Wailea. (Ask the torch lighter for some insider tips;-)
We hope you enjoy our home away from home as much we do.
With much Aloha,
Wendy & Bob
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