Maui- True Maalaea Beach Front at Kanai a Nalu
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- Minimum stay:7 nights
- Pets considered:No
- Wheel chair accessible:No
Maalaea condo description
Approximately 1100 square feet of generously furnished up-scale living above a beach with breath-taking unobstructed views across blue Maalaea Bay to other islands and Maui's south shore below the Haleakala volcano. Watch whales and relax on the lanai after stimulating beach walks and swimming in the warm ocean below, or the solar-heated pool.
Perfectly accommodates 4 adults with private baths adjoining each bedroom, and all other amenities for graceful living on the top (4th) floor away from the seashore, yet on it. Kanai A Nalu is secluded on a road that ends at a small nearby park, and begins within walking distance at Maalaea's Boat Harbor and the nation's largest ocean reef aquarium with its shops, restaurants and tourist attractions, including some fast food for those still in a hurry.
Keywords: Spacious two bedroom two bath condominium.Eclectic tropical furnishing throughout and a well stocked full kitchen with washer/dryer.Stunning ocean views.Oceanfront lanai with furniture. Perfect for two couples who seek privacy.
- Vacation Rental
- Pets Not Allowed
- Non Smoking Only
Bedrooms: 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4, Beds for 4
Bathrooms: 2 Bathrooms
Kitchen & Dining
- Cooking Utensils
- Ice Maker
- Linens Provided
- Parking Off Street
- Washing Machine
- Clothes Dryer
- CD Player
- DVD Player
- Satellite / Cable
- Broadband Access
- Wireless Internet
- Dialup Access
Pool & Spa
- Communal Pool
- Outdoor Grill
- Lanai / Gazebo
- Sight Seeing
- Miniature Golf
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Kanai a Nalu
Kanai a Nalu
My family has stayed twice in this unit. This is a gem of a unit and resort. It is really, really ocean front. It is also very affordable for oceanfront. We loved walking the beach to the reserve. We also loved playing in the waves just a little south of the resort and finding sea urchin spines to collect. Maalaea is inbetween Kihie and Lahaina. That makes any kind of activity you would like to do very acessible. For activities on the water, you are within walking distance of Maalaea Bay. If you like the "tucked in", quiet retreat, this is wonderful. Next door to the resort is a private residence that is used for private parties. Very laid back. In other resorts, you will have to pay for parking and still won't find a convenient space. Not so here, we always found parking either close to the stairs if we were in a climbing mood or close to elevators if we were not. The lanai is big enough for 4 people and the views are awesome. We would sit and watch the Pacific Whale Foundation boats start out in the morning to go to Maalaea Harbor and then return to their moorings in the late afternoon each day. I have not had the privilege of being in this unit during whale season, but I have heard it is wonderful viewing. If you want to be seen by everyone else and stay in a glitzy place, this is not the one. If you want to stay in a lovely place and appreciate the laid back Hawaiian experience, this is wonderful!
- Guest Taoshouse (Corrales, NM)
- Date of stay 05/26/12
- Review Submitted 03/22/13
Recommended for: Adventure seekers, age 55+, tourists without a car, families with teenagers, sightseeing.
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7 night min stay
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