Welcome to our beautifully renovated home designed with your comfort in mind. It is centrally located in the quaint town of Lana'i City and is just a short , easy 1/2 mile walk to the town shops. With the 3 bedroom , 2 bath accommodations there is plenty of room for all types of occasions. A cozy queen bed awaits in the beautiful master bedroom , the nautical bedroom presents a double/ single bunk bed and the beachy bedroom possesses a fun daybed with a trundle. In addition, there is a pullout sofa sleeper in the relaxing living room. The two elegant bathrooms deliver the extra space for pampering. WIFI, NetFlix , DVD player, XBox, board games, puzzles, and Pandora are provided for your enjoyment. The well equipped kitchen is stocked with everything you will need to prepare your meals. You just bring the food. If you are not in the mood to stay inside then enjoy kicking back on the patio. We welcome 7 guest at the regular rate yet we can accommodate 9 guests with additional charges. Welcome to Hale Lokahi.
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- Jun 20, 2018
About Shannon Carrier
Shannon & Michelle have lived in Maui for 10 years. They have dear friends that live on Lanai and absolutely love the quaint charm, history, and people of Lanai. In 2015 the opportunity to buy a very run down property came available. They then contacted some other great friends whom they partner with on various projects and presented the opportunity to have a place together where they could enjoy this little piece of Heaven on Earth. After working all the details it was agreed to make this a beautiful home not only for them to enjoy but to give others the opportunity to enjoy as well. We have been blessed with such great friendships, one being Mike & Brenda Lopez who have graciously agreed to be the property managers for Hale Lokahi. They definitely carry the Aloha Spirit and you will be well taken care of during your stay!
Shannon Carrier purchased this House in 2015
Why Shannon Carrier chose Lanai City
Living in Maui for 10 years we have had the opportunity to develop friendships with several locals in Lanai city allowing us to come and visit frequently. In 2015 us and our business partners were given the opportunity to purchase this home. It needed a lot of love and TLC! We wanted to preserve this historic home so that our families and others could enjoy this beautiful hidden gem called Lanai City, Lanai, which is full of wonderful people, history, culture, and breathtaking views.
What makes this House unique
Our home has been beautifully renovated and still has the unique touches of Old Hawaii as well as the conveniences of modern day comforts. We are nestled in the sweet town of Lanai City surrounded by beautiful historic pine trees and only a 10 minute walk to the town center where you can enjoy all the amenities of shopping, restaurants, and history.
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Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
This house was perfect for our large group
This house was perfect for our large group. Five young kds and four adults. It had everything we need to be comfortable. Lanai is beautiful and the house was in a great location to all the restaurants & attractions.
Provided by Lanai Visitors Bureau
Lanai, the Island of Enticements
Although Lanai is the smallest inhabited island in Hawaii, it makes a big impression. The contrasts from a world-class beachfront resort to a picturesque upland inn offer one impression. Then there’s the splendor of a sparkling blue sea surrounded by black lava rock tidepools compared to the serene rainforest replete with pine, eucalyptus and native ohia lehua trees. This 90,000-acre secluded island entices you to explore.
Lanai City is the main town, which was built in the 1920s for pineapple plantation workers. This pastoral town still looks much like it did last century with the expansive Dole Park as the focal point encircled by majestic Norfolk pines, boutique shops, galleries and cafes, and plantation style homes branching out from its environs.
Much of Lanai can be visited by off-roading, either in an all-terrain or 4x4 vehicle or on a mountain biking tour. Horseback riding and hiking are other ways to get in touch with the island’s nature trails.
The Munro Trail takes you to the top of the island, meandering in and out of valleys and forests to Koloiki Ridge and Lanaihale, the island’s tallest peak. It’s great for hiking and biking. On the northwest side, is the eerily Mars-like landscape of Keahiakawelo, or Garden of the Gods. Its boulders and lava towers are at their most enchanting during sunrise and sunset.
Kaiolohia, or Shipwreck Beach, features secluded white sand beaches along the northern coast where you may encounter a snoozing Monk Seal. The coastal waters are whipped by powerful winds that blow through the Pailolo Channel and ran many World War II ships aground on the jagged reef.
Petroglyphs remain preserved at culturally sensitive sites on Lanai like Poaiwa and Kaunolu Village. Located on the southern coast, Kaunolu was once the summer fishing camp of Kamehameha I and contains remains of shelters, a temple and other structures, offering stunning views from sea cliffs. There are also heiau (ancient temple) sites across the island such as Kaupakuea Complex and Kapihaa Village along leeward shores. Lana‘i Culture & Heritage Center at the top of Dole Park is a great place to begin a historical and cultural adventure.
Visitor accommodations include a full-service vacation resort perched above Hulopoe Bay and a historic boutique hotel nestled among Cook Pines in Lanai City. Vacation home rentals are available in luxury condominiums near Manele Golf Course and in Lanai City plantation cottages.
Lanai’s only airport offers multiple inter-island flights daily from Honolulu and Kahului. By sea, you can easily travel from West Maui across the channel to Lanai via the Expeditions passenger ferry. Expeditions runs several times a day between Lahaina and Manele Harbors.