Enjoy amazing views of the Pacific from this beautifully furnished, spacious 7th floor one-bedroom condo at the Mahana on Kaanapali Beach-rated as one of the best beaches in the world.
Relax on the lanai or the wonderfully comfortable leather chair overlooking the ocean. You may spot whales in winter, dolphins or turtles in the sea below.
Stroll or jog on the white sandy beach below. Enjoy a swim in the ocean or the Mahana's private oceanside pool. Watch the sun as it lingers and sets over the islands Molokai and Lanai right in front of your living room and lanai, enjoy a few minutes in the spa under the stars, and fall asleep to the sound of the lapping waves.
This lovely condo at the Mahana, rated #1 of 31 hotels and condo resorts on Trip Advisor, has a comfortable Bali style king-size bed in the master bedroom and a queen-size sofa bed in the living room. The master bedroom and living room both open onto your own private lanai/balcony. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you need to prepare a sunset dinner to enjoy at the Koa dining table or at another table for 4 on the lanai. The unit has 2 flat screen LCD TVs, a CD stereo player with i-Pod docking and DVD, a separate vanity area, a large renovated stone-design walk-in shower and your own in-unit Bosch washer and dryer. Luxury linens and beach towels are provided.
Snorkeling, scuba diving, tennis, 5 world class golf courses, fine and casual dining and shopping are all close by the Mahana and you are only steps from one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
It's the perfect spot for a honeymoon, to celebrate a special anniversary, to house your wedding guests, or just to get away for an awesome tropical holiday.
If this unit is booked, be sure to ask about our other 1 BR unit (#818) or upgrading to our corner unit (#819).
You pay much less since you rent directly from the owner.
SEE OUR WEBSITE BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION. (The link is just below the Owner Info Heading)
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We both grew up by the sea, David in Ireland, Kathy in San Francisco and we always knew that however far away we moved from it, we would always come back. After we met in college, we traveled much of the world together. We saw Tahiti, Fiji, the Indian Ocean, the Great Barrier Reef, the South China Seas, but it was Maui and the stretch of beach in front of the Mahana that captured our hearts. We bought our first condo at the Mahana in 1977. Over the years, we returned to Maui and the Mahana for a month every summer. For our children, it was a second home. Now young adults, they still love coming back every chance they can. Once you have been to the Mahana, you’ll want to come back too!
We fell in love with the Mahana in 1977. We were walking along the North Kaanapali Beach. The sun was setting between the islands of Lanai and Molokai. It was the most amazing sight! We turned around and saw the Mahana. It was so close to the water and all of the condos faced the ocean front on with floor-to-ceiling ocean views. We knew right then and there that we had to buy one of these beachfront homes. For us it was the view and the view and the view! We bought our first Mahana condo (#818) then. We bought this condo (#708) in 2001 and our third one (#819) in 2004. Today, after all of these years, we still love coming back as often as we can!
For us it’s a home away from home. In winter we love watching the whales, in summer it’s the dolphins and turtles. I love getting up to see the dawn coming up over the ocean. My husband is mesmerized by the stars. We all enjoy walking or jogging on the beach, swimming and snorkeling in the crystal clear blue water below, exploring all the other nearby beaches, Kapalua Bay, Napili Bay, Fleming Beach, Honolua Bay. We also love going to the Farmers market for fresh papaya and mangos and finding local fish to grill back at the Mahana. It’s the majesty of the ocean and the mountains. It’s the trade winds and the friendly people. It’s something else -totally special - that is just impossible to describe. You have to come to Maui and the Mahana and you will experience it yourself!