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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

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Recent Kihei reviews

  • Fantastic Family Holiday

    "We loved staying at Luana Kai, the condo was fantastic and had everything we needed for our family holiday. The location was great and the facilities at the resort were perfect for families. The pool was fantastic with young children and very safe. We would defiantly stay here again."
    Guest: Skeater Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 10, 2014
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  • Lovely condo near best beaches on Maui

    "My wife and I joined a number of other family members in Maui for 2 weeks. Other family members chose to stay in other condo complexes nearby. Ours was easily the nicest. The complex has 2 very nice pool areas with BBQ's...and many other BBQ's scattered about the complex, including a couple close to this unit. This condo was spacious and modern with a nice lanai looking out over the ocean, albeit looking over the boat launch parking area and through some power lines. In this section of Kihei, however, almost all condos are across the road from the few of the complexes in this area will give an unobstructed view. But, we still enjoyed some very nice sunset views from the lanai. After having driven around the entire island, we concluded that Kihei and nearby Wailea have the largest number and best beaches. Kihei also gets the best weather. So if you like variety of beaches and snorkeling opportunities, Kihei is place to be and this condo an excellent choice to stay. The owner is also wonderful to work with. Very responsive and provided loads of useful information. Favorites: 1) The "Dumps" for snorkeling (by far best aside from Molokini)...but not great beach for anything else 2) Rent a paddleboard at Maui Wave Riders across from Kalama Park, $30 for day (if you rent along beach in Wailea or Kaanapali, it will be about $40/hour) 3) 5 Palms restaurant for a great dinner with view 4) Snorkel trip to Molokini....we booked with Seafire Charters ( and were very happy. They use smaller boats (up to 22 people max) than many and depart from the boat launch right across the street making very convenient. They focus more on snorkeling, less on the food/cruising...just the way we wanted. 5) Black Sand Beach near Hana 6) Warren & Annabelle's magic show in Lahaina 7) Hike/bike Haleakal Crater 9) Road to Hana. But if you do this, don't turn around and go back same way. Continue going all the way around. Even though some maps and rental car agents say "don't do it"'s ok if you are used to narrow roads 10) Kamaole 1,2,3 beaches are good but can be crowded. Keawakapu and Poolenalena Beaches are less crowded but nice 11) Hookipa Beach to watch the surfers (especially in big waves). Bonus: Green turtles come up on far right side of beach (when looking at ocean) from 4:00 to 6:30 in eve. AWESOME!! Sit and watch nature in action."
    Guest: Jim Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 21, 2014
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  • Had an awesome time in paradise

    "We really liked the condo. It was in a great location. It had everything we needed and more... We would stay here again. Can't wait for next time!!"
    Guest: The Roy's Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: April 14, 2014
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  • What can i say, Awesome

    "This property was exactly as stated, right across the road is the ocean, you can watch them learn to surf all day long. A perfect view on the sunset every night right from your Lania while relaxing with your favorite beverage, the pool area and BBQs are kept immaculate. close to all kinds of restaurants and shops. I would definitely stay here again, owner was great to deal with. Mahalo."
    Guest: Brad H. Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: January 22, 2014
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Kihei Travel Tips

Kihei? is on Maui's southwest shore, with six gorgeous miles of sand and stunning natural views for as far as they eye can see. Whether you plan to spend your time swimming, kayaking, surfing or fishing, you're sure to locate a lovely spot to do so here. Keep an eye out, you just might see a humpback whale while you're lounging. There's birdwatching and hiking spots for nature lovers as well. The city experiences great trade winds, so they temperatures will be quite conducive to spending as much time outdoors as you'd like.

Things to do in Kihei

- Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale Sanctuary Visitor Center: Humpback whales are a favorite part of Kihei wildlife. The center boasts a beachfront location, so if you're in Kihei during the winter months you may even get to see some of the whales in the water! Inside you'll find both temporary and permanent exhibits teaching about marine life and the habitat including Coral Reefs and Marine Life, Maritime Heritage, Hawaiian Monk Seals, Native Hawaiian Plants, Listening for Humpback Whales, Volcanoes of the Sea, The Island of Maui and more.

- Kamaole Beach Parks: Kihei features three different Kamaole Beach Parks. You have your choice of Kamaole Park I, Kamaole Park II or Kamaole Park III, but all offer water activities for you to enjoy with plentiful sandy shores, pristine waters and warm sunshine. Here you can build amazing sandcastles, jog along the surf, catch up on a good book, toss a Frisbee or catch a wave. Kamaole Park I is the largest, while III boasts a grassy spot perfect for picnics. When you need a break, do a little shopping at the Dolphin Center or Rainbow Mall across from Kamaole Parks I and II.

- Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge: Nature and animal lovers will appreciate a trip to the Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge, a salt marsh covering almost 700 acres that's home to at least 30 species of water birds, ducks, shorebirds and other creatures. Here you'll find the Kealia Coastal Boardwalk, which is a lovely walkway where you can enjoy the bird sanctuary and spend some time discovering the native wildlife.

- Massage Maui: Vacations are the perfect time to relax and forget about anything that's stressing you out back home. While you're in Kihei?, why not pamper yourself?. Massage Maui provides you with several options to have your achy muscles soothed, including deep tissue, sport, hot stone, Thai, reflexology and more. Allow the professionals to deepen your sense of calm and peace. For a little physical activity, the spa also offers yoga classes where you can get a great stretch and do some meditating.

Dining in Kihei

- Kihei Caffe: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and you'll want a good one with all of the adventures and sightseeing you have planned. For some of the best the island has to offer, head to Kihei Caffe where you can dine on delicious eggs, bacon, gravy and biscuits and cinnamon rolls. Or, if breakfast food isn't your thing, they also offer sandwiches, burgers and salads. The casual atmosphere sets the mood for the day and makes for an excellent spot to begin the morning.

- Sarento's on the Beach: If you're looking for a nice night out that's a bit more upscale, book a reservation at Sarento's on the Beach. The restaurant overlooks Molokini, Lanai and Kaho'olawe, so you get stunning views throughout your meal. Top-notch service adds to the experience as you sample the mussels, crab cakes, gazpacho, snapper, pasta Bolognese, rack of lamb or beef filet, and be sure to save room for the tiramisu or homemade gelato.

- Cafe O'Lei: Experience Hawaiian cuisine at the award-winning Cafe O'Lei that brings together comfort food and island flavors. Sushi lovers can order from the full sushi bar, or for a delicious flatbread or seafood meal, you can have something cooked up in the brick oven. Both lunch and dinner are served here.

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