This unit is a 1,600 square foot 2 bedroom/2 bathroom townhouse with a guest bedroom and full bath on the main floor. The master bedroom with luxury ensuite and private balcony is on the second level. This property offers total luxury, privacy and serenity. The 20 foot ceiling in the living room opens to the kitchen and dining area. Private, covered, wrap-around lanai includes outside kitchen with built-in BBQ and is steps away from the 5th green. Enjoy a view of Mauna Kea Summit from our outside dining room.
-views of Kohala Mountains and Mauna Loa
-overlooking 5th green, Mauna Lani North Course
-unlimited long distance calls to mainland US and Canada
-video library & board games
Kulalani boasts the finest recreation center. The amenities include:
• large lagoon pool
• keiki pool
• adult half lap pool
• two hot tubs
• fully appointed fitness centre with showers and change rooms
• pavilion with outdoor kitchen and covered eating area
Restaurants such as Tommy Bahamas and Ruth Chris Steakhouse, grocery store within walking distance. A short 10-minute walk away is the Fairmont Orchid Resort Hotel beach. Also, at the Fairmont is the Ocean Bar Restaurant, Brown's Beach House Restaurant, and the Luana Lounge where drinks and appetizers can be enjoyed while viewing the setting sun.
Mauna Lani is home to two Championship golf courses, the Francis H. I'i Brown North and South Courses. The visually spectacular track features one par-3 hole crossing a wide Pacific inlet, another par-3 playing into a coliseum of lava, and many holes whose primary challenge is to hit the bright green fairways and greens, avoiding the lava formations in the landing areas and on both sides of the fairways.
Mauna Lani Resort's championship South Course was the home to the Senior Skins Game from 1990 - 2000, one of the world's most exciting televised golf matches. The Mauna Lani Resort hosted such golf legends as Raymond Floyd, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Lee Trevino, Chi Chi Rodriquez, Gary Player, Hale Irwin, and Jim Colbert.
My husband and I were born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia. We have three daughters who are all attending universities. Over the past 15 years we found ourselves traveling to and from Hawaii and just could not stay away. We always dreamed about owning a place in paradise.
Now that we are approaching those 'golden years' that everyone refers to, we thought it would be a good time to make our dream come true by owning a home on the Big Island and traveling back and forth as we have always done.
We chose to live on the Kohala Coast because of the white sandy beaches that receive less than 10 inches of rain each year. We love the Hawaiian people, culture, food, weather, and the history. We consider ourselves as residents of Hawaii even though we are not there year-round. We are offering you our home and hope that your family will enjoy the same pleasures that our family does when we are there.
Kulalani is a place to heal the mind, spirit, body and soul.
This is our typical day in Kulalani:
We start our day with local fresh fruit and coffee on the 'garden lanai'.
Next, it's to the 'fitness center' for a quick work out or swim.
A picnic lunch is quickly assembled and we are off to one of our many 'favorite beaches'.
In the mid-afternoon (after we've had enough sand), we return to the 'lagoon pool' with a book and have another swim.
'Happy Hour' typically starts around 4:00 p.m. and gently takes us into the 'sunset' part of the day.
Now it's back to the lanai for 'catch of the day' fresh off the BBQ.
Retirement to the upstairs lanai is our next stop, where we sip our 'Special Coffees' and assume 'Star Watch' position.
Bed time usually comes early so that we can . . . . (brace yourself)
DO IT ALL AGAIN TOMORROW!!!