Napili Condo Rental Photos and Description
Condo, 2 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 2 Baths, (Sleeps 4-6)
Unit C-17 at Napili Point Resort occupies the second and third floors of the three story building, so you have a fantastic view of Honokeana cove as well as the ocean and the islands of Moloka'i and Lana'i. The snorkeling in the cove is truly wonderful.
There are many green sea turtles to see, sometimes as many as ten or twelve. You can watch the turtles from your lanai as well. From December through April you may see Humpback whales from your private lanai, and when 'surf's up', there will be surfers close by putting on a show for you.
Our unit is equipped with a full-size washer and dryer, and is tastefully decorated in Hawaiian decor. We regularly update the unit for the convenience and comfort of our guests. We have installed free Wi-Fi for guests in our unit.
There is a beautiful sandy beach a short walk from the unit and the Napili area in general is beautiful and peaceful. If you're looking for hustle and bustle, however, you will be just minutes from Lahaina town and Ka'anapali beach.
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
Guestbook comments from the manager
Our 4-some (two couples, close friends over the past 3 decades.....) spent a magical 3 days at Napili Point. The white plumeria tree was near full bloom as we arrived, signaling a fine start to our stay.
The owner's furnishings, the interior decor, the spaciousness and the welcoming ambiance of paintings were all comforting. But, the views of Honokeana Bay from the living room and the upper bedroom were perfect with the sea turtles rising for air as though they were giving us their own "alohas".
We made good use of the kitchen during our stay and enjoyed the use of a nearby grill as well. We met a number of fellow vacationers - all very friendly. When entering the bay for our first snorkeling excursion a vacationer from Manitoba gave us helpful instructions as to just where to enter the water, and which shore croppings to steady ourselves with. We were not prepared for the great numbers of turtles we then began swimming with - at least a dozen within the first 20 feet of the shore!
Walks to the nearby Gazebo for our breakfasts and the Sea House (at Napili Kai, just beyond) were beautiful, and simple to take. The food at both of these restaurants is terrific, and when you add in the constant whale-sightings it gets to another exceptional level!
It was easy to continue our walks all the way past Napili Bay, then Kapalua Bay, then past Namalu Bay to the point just beyond where there is a bird sanctuary and a walk along the coast that is other-worldly in its lava formations, and weathering with the sea and elements!
Naturally, when the hour came for our departure the spirits of the place seemed to know: we'd had a full-moonlit, sliver-lighted sea to drink in during the last hours of the night, to be followed by double-rainbows stretching from Lana'i to Moloka'i in the west, the dozen palm trees reaching out their swaying, friendly arms to us for a last embrace, and a final 'wave' goodbye from the surfacing sea turtles as we took our last views from the living room - how did they all know?
Mahalo to the owners and caretakers of this fine place - we hope to return as soon as we possibly can!
In gratitude to you all,
Gary Skinner, Darlene Skinner, Beverly Pack, Bert Pack
Gary and Bert purchased Unit C-17 at Napili Point Resort from the blueprints even before ground was broken to build the resort. They knew it was a place they would want to return again and again with children and grandchildren. They do. Darlene was involved with furnishing and decorating the unit from the very beginning; Beverly came along much later and just enjoys the fruits of their labors. We all hope that you will, too.