- Dolphins Point Maui
- Halama Street
- Hale Ili Ili
- Hale Pau Hana
- Island Surf
- Kalama Terrace
- Kamaole Beach Club
- Kamaole Beach Royale
- Kamaole Nalu
- Kamaole One
- Kihei Akahi
- Kihei Alii Kai
- Kihei Kai Nani
- Kihei Parkshore
- Maui Banyan
- Maui Cove Park Inn
- Maui Vista
- Pacific Shores
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Recent South Kihei (Kamaole I & II Beaches Area) reviews
"I stayed a week in this gorgeous condo with my husband and two 16 year old boys. This by far was one of the most incredible weeks ever! The location of the condo could not be beat. Steps away from the beach, hawaiian shaved ice and the cinnamon roll store. Woke up every morning and snorkeled with the sea turtles. They are literally right outside the condo. Everything you need is in this condo or steps away. You can not go wrong staying here. The owner is always so prompt at returning emails...by far the best response right I have encountered. My next trip to Kihei I will be booking this condo....I highly recommend it!"Guest: Lorna C. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 29, 2014View listing
"I want to sincerely thank Diane for being such a wonderful host! Her condo was perfect and I couldn't have asked for anything more. From her tasteful island decor, the well stocked kitchen and abundance of beach gear I was covered 100% from arriving to my last breathtaking view off the Lanai. I will definitely be a returning customer as I get to Maui about once a year! Perfect in every regard!"Guest: Andrew S. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 11, 2014View listing
"We stayed for 8 nights and had a wonderful time! Directly across road from the beach where you can take paddle boards out in the morning and snorkel by the rocks. We enjoyed watching the sunset from that beach also. Very nice room, everything we needed to cook our meals, even bbq utensils! Was very nice to have boogie boards,a cooler, beach towels, and beach chairs to use at will! Quiet complex, and right next to stores and eating places. We really enjoyed our stay and will definitely be back!"Guest: mauilovers Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 20, 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.