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Recent South Kihei (Kamaole I & II Beaches Area) reviews
"We stayed here for 6 nights and it was very comfortable. There were 3 adults and two kids (age 6 and 4). We had plenty of room to spread out. The kids shared the downstairs bedroom which had two large (double/queen) beds. My mom had the master bedroom with an amazing corner view of the ocean. My husband and I stayed in the 2nd bedroom which had the two twin beds converted to a king. The living room furniture is very comfortable, the kitchen is very well stocked (coffee makers, crock pot, blender and plenty of dishes, pots, utensils, and spices, plus a community gas grill outside). The outside dining area was great for morning coffee and breakfasts and inviting for dinners and sunsets. The condo overlooks a big grassy area and easy access to sandy beaches on the left and right. There are lots of people wandering by to get from place to place so we had fun people watching. Also a lot of people migrate to this area for sunsets which were fantastic! My kids loved the pool and hot tub, and it was a nice feature to have after a day at the beach. They had lots of beach gear including towels, snorkel equipment (saw turtles just below our unit), and chairs. At the time of our stay there were also 3 hair dryers, a couple of curling irons and a flat iron! Wish I would have known this, although we were at the beach so often, I rarely styled my hair! We met the owners when they were stopping by to check the hot tub and work in the yard. They are a very nice couple and asked for our feedback. They really want to make this place comfortable! This property is gated, which added a nice secure feeling. We had the pool and hot tub to ourselves all week. We have already booked this condo for 2016! Can't wait to go back."Guest: Kelko Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 17, 2014View listing
"This was one of the best condos that I have stayed in. The location is fantastic and the condo came with everything just about that you would need for your visit, including things for the ocean and pool. I would highly recommend this condo. I will be sure and try and get this condo again when I visit Maui."Guest: Thomas B. Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: December 24, 2014View listing
"This is our fourth trip to Maui with our family of ten, and by far the best one yet. We have stayed in multi unit condos, a house, and now at Dolphin's Point. The accommodations were clean, well appointed, and just steps from the awesome beach. We rented all three units, so had plenty of kitchen / refrigerator / freezer space to store the traditional Costco bounty, although the kitchen in the Plumeria unit was more than sufficient on its own. There were plenty of beach toys and chairs, and ample parking. The gated entrance made it quite private and the rates were very competitive. And among the best features was the owner. She was a dream to deal with, very conscientious about our privacy, and overall just wanted to make sure that our stay was as enjoyable as possible. All of this helped make this a magical trip for us, our kids, and our grandkids. We will definitely be back!"Guest: Don Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 4, 2014View listing
"What a beautiful and well-maintained condo! It is just as pictured, and Aria was a wonderful hostess. Everything you could possibly want is available including snorkel gear and kids' toys. A short walk to the sandy beach, and sea turtles were spotted each morning from the lanai. A spectacular property, we had a wonderful time!"Guest: Debra B. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 29, 2014View listing
South Kihei (Kamaole I & II Beaches Area) Travel Tips
Savor the Simple Pleasures of Island Life While Staying in South Kihei Vacation Rentals
South Kihei vacation rentals are the perfect accommodations for travelers ready to leave the hustle and bustle of life behind. Feel anxiety roll off your shoulders as you relax under the experienced hands of a professional masseuse at a local spa such as Hana Massage and Spa or the Valley Isle Day Spa. If you don't feel like going out, you can let your stress float away as you drift in a pool or relax on pristine, white sands on the ocean beaches.
There's More Than Water to Enjoy When Staying in South Kihei Condos
Vacationing in Maui, and staying in South Kihei condos, puts you in the hub of a variety of activities, certain to entertain vacationers of all ages. Kids might enjoy going to Kalama Beach Park, famous for its 36 acres and activities which include arts and crafts fairs and concerts. You can take in a game of basketball, picnic in a pavilion, scamper around the playground, or make use of the skate park. If you are in the mood to shop, head on over to Azeka Place, the largest shopping center in Kihei, or the Pi'ilani Village Shopping Center. Kihei attractions also include activities for those who enjoy nightlife. Take your pick among dance clubs, sports bars, and karaoke bars for fun entertainment.
Get Close to Nature When Staying in Kihei Beach Rentals
Nature lovers are in for a treat when they stay in Kihei beach rentals. Beautiful rainforests, exotic wildlife, and tropical flora and fauna are some of the sights you will find as you set out on hikes or bike rides. You can go horseback riding as you tour the island, or you can explore the ocean floor while snorkeling. Learn more about the ocean mammals by going on a whale-watching expedition.