This unit is a large 1 bedroom end unit, (700sq ft) the most private on this property. The large double-wide lanai has table and chairs for 4 and a chaise lounge for relaxing and enjoying the partial ocean view and beautiful lush tropical gardens. This is a low-density property with an incredible protected sandy beach and reef for swimming and snorkeling, a heated pool with kiddie pool, barbecues and gazebos by the pool and beach. The “Keone Nui Room” is a large protected open-air covered room with tables and chairs overlooking the beach and ocean where you can dine or socialize with friends while watching the sunset and the turtles on the reef. Guests return to this property year after year.
Originally from the North of England, we moved to Vancouver BC Canada many years ago for a new start and adventure.
I visited the Hawaiian Islands for the first time in 2010 and immediately fell in love with Maui.
We spent lots of time and looked at many places before we bought here.
We prefer this area of Maui - it is quieter than Kaanapali or Kihei and more scenic. This property has a practically private white sand beach with marine life and reef right at the doorstep, the grounds are immaculate and the views are to die for.
Our unit is at the end of a row and has no passing foot traffic
It has a large Lanai and everything feels very spacious.
The ocean sounds to be so close and the peekaboo view of the ocean is such a bonus.
This is such a great place - my wife and I have traveled to many places but Maui speaks to me in a way nowhere else quite has. We never expected to ever be able to own such a place in the sun, we're both still working but with the kids grown up and gone from the nest we hope to spend lots of time in our refuge from Vancouver's rainy days.
This is as close to the ocean as you can get without actually being right on the beach. The ocean sounds like it's just outside the window and lulls you to sleep at night.
Ocean breezes help to keep this unit cool even on hot days.
West Maui has many attractions for visitors.
The ocean abounds with wildlife. Whales, dolphins and seals are regular visitors that can be seen right from the beach, while turtles can be seen almost daily feeding on the rocks. At Kahana Sunset you can don mask and snorkel and step right off the beach to swim with the turtles and a colorful array of aquatic life.
Shoppers will find a wide variety of stores within easy reach, ranging from high end fashion at Whaler’s Village to some of the more rustic shops that can be found in the historic town of Lahaina.
For those who don’t mind narrow twisty roads, the scenic coast road around the north tip of Maui rivals in beauty, (in our opinion), the more famous Hana Highway.
Golf! For the golfer there are some great courses to test your skill including the world famous course at Kapalua.
There isn't space here to mention all of the areas highlights, but sometimes simple things are best. Taking a morning stroll to the coffee shop in nearby Napili Plaza and enjoying a cup of fresh brewed Kona coffee will set you up perfectly for another day in paradise! The Gazebo restaurant in Napili Shores is a great place for breakfast or lunch.