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Recent South Kihei (Kamaole I & II Beaches Area) reviews
"the rental unit xceeded our expectations. It had a good proxmity to the beach area and close to all major stores and beaches. The rental owner did a great job on makings use welcome."Guest: Rodger Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: February 3, 2014View listing
"Our stay at Kihei Akahi was great. The condo was clean and cozy. The kitchen had everything we needed. The condo was roomy. The lanai was great for morning coffee. The pool was great, nice temperature. The ocean was a quick walk away. And adventure was not far if you had your car. If you didn't have a car, restaurants and shopping were right there. It was a relaxing place to stay and I recommend it. I would choose it again!"Guest: CT Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 27, 2014View listing
"This condo was in a perfect location to everything. Walks to the beaches, shopping and bus stops. It made our vacation very enjoyable."Guest: Kevin S. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 30, 2014View listing
"This was a very nice condo, had the tropical feel that you would expect with very nice details. I especially loved the vase with all the tropical flowers. The view was perfect and they had the metal pull down shades for the late day sun. The in wall AC kept the living room nica and cool to almost too cold... so that was a plus for our hot days! Great location too! We've stayed at this location many times and this unit is one of the nicer ones!"Guest: Su Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 5, 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.