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Recent South Kihei (Kamaole I & II Beaches Area) reviews
"This location is absolutely perfect-Highly recommend! I almost didn't want to post a review knowing it would become well known and would never have openings again in the future! It is close to the beach -so close you walk the entrance of the building and across the street to Kam II! It is also within walking distance to morning yoga on the beach (Maui yoga path), dining (my fave is Three's), shopping (kula herbs beach oil is divine) and surfing, snorkeling spots (big beach) are not far away! Don't worry about beach chairs, umbrellas, and a cooler -Daniel has it covered amongst several other things! I would recommend washing off your beach items thoroughly at the beach and or beach showers if need be -to make it easier on not tracking in sand and then drying them on the patio if need be. They even have recycling at the front office for paper, glass, aluminum, cardboard, and plastic! I would suggest packing a couple cloth recyclable bags to use at the markets as they don't use plastic bags. :) Don't overpack like I did this place is equipped with a washer and dryer! I would suggest to take a day and let your body get acclimated to the climate so you can enjoy the fresh invigorating Kihei breeze! This place has ceiling fans in the living room and bedroom, windows all along the front patio from top to bottom that all open, not to mention the front glass storm door that opens to the breezeway creating an abundance of fresh, cool air flow -rather than messing with the AC but it has one if need be. I was there in November with the temps in the 80's and luckily never had to turn it on!:) If you like the Hawaiian coffee (toasted coconut is so delicious) like I do he has a coffee maker and mugs to satisfy your morning cravings! I was only there for 7 days so never had time to watch the tv but he has a very nice mounted flat screen as well. In addition, the owner was extremely helpful, accommodating and easy to work with! His hospitality and place definitely made my vacationing there feel right at home!:) Mahalo!"Guest: Holly Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 14, 2014View listing
"We met some friends here during our around the globe voyage from Denmark and had a wunderful time in Maui staying in this condo. It was surprisingly quiet for being very close to the beach, and we were also surprised at the outdoor grills provided, which gave us some merry dinners in the yard. It was nice to see electricity consorvation suggestion because we could see other units running the AC full throttle while they left their door open!! Anyway, we enjoyed everything here and would ricomend it to others who need two separated bedrooms and two WCs and one kitchen."Guest: Lucas O Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 6, 2014View listing
"erfect location in Kihei, across the street from the beach, nicely appointed unit, which is perfect for a couple. Owner was attentive to our questions. The unit was clean, with a great view of the pool. There is some road noise, but that is the price you pay for the location and view. Barbecues are well kept, as are all communal areas of the complex. There were children staying in the complex, great with the beach, but not lots of child-oriented amenities for them. Spend some time with the concierge who visits weekday mornings, especially for first timers, the bus tour to Hana he suggests is worth the cost versus driving yourself. 84 degrees every day, yet never used a/c with the lovely constant breeze."Guest: Robert M. Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 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.