1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 1 sofa bed, sleeps 4
About Becky Fuller
This is Julia & Jack's place.
Becky Fuller purchased this Condo in 2008
Why Becky Fuller chose Honokowai
The views! They are amazing! Best on island.
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Very beautiful view from the balcony with amazing sunsets!
We had a great time! Beautiful condo. We had coffee on the lanai overlooking the ocean every morning. I would definitely stay here again.
The view was wonderful but when I was there they were doing a repair job on the beach approach. A little hard to get to the beach area. The room was comfortable . The Sea turtles were neat near the shore.r
Great Place to Stay!
Very quiet condo with excellent views. We saw sea turtles and whales every day from the lanai. Enjoyed the amenities and pool for cooling off. Pictures do not do it justice. We will be back....
Bill & Helen from Maine
We stayed here for about two weeks. The condo was nice. The area is a mix of condos and apartment complexes but you can walk to shops, restaurants, and a beach park which has a playground in case you've got little ones. The area was a bit busy for us and that is my sole regret.
The lanai is awesome. The wife wanted to see whales and we saw them. Every day. From the lanai. Turtles too. Although the beach at the condo may be good other times of the year, in February it was not.
The neighbors were mostly older folks and were really friendly. The grounds are kept nice and clean.
The walls apparently work well on keeping sounds isolated as we travelled with a toddler and as we were leaving the neighbor said he didn't even know we were there.
The pool was great and there is an area for sunbathing and barbecuing.
Overall, a great stay.
Loved hearing the waves at night while falling asleep
Very well updated unit with great views from the lanai
BEACHES -- Maui is known for its beaches. There are several we like. (There should be beach towels in our closet. The sand can be a mess so please shower off at the beach or downstairs south side of the building or in the pool area.)
The closest big beach is 'Airport' beach. As you head south toward Lahaina on the upper road (the one toward the mountain) it will be your first right past the cane fields. There is a traffic light and it is across from the Sugar Train depot. Turn in. There are bathrooms and a nice big parking lot. One downside, it can be windy here.
The next closest beach is at Whalers Village. This is in Ka'anapali proper. Turn right at the Ka'anapali traffic light (just before the golf bridge over the road) and follow the road around to Whalers Village on the left. Park in the lot ( see parking section about passes). Walk through the shopping area to the beach, just past the Hula Grill.
Golf: There are plenty of golf courses on Maui. Kapalua (3 courses) , Ka'anapali (2 courses) , Wailea (3 courses) to name a few resort courses. You can call them for fees and tee times. A good public course is Sandalwood in Waikapu (the other side of the West Maui Mountains) . Another is The Dunes at Maui Lani 873 0422. The Dunes is a links style of course and can be tough, but still a lot of fun. If you didn't bring your clubs, do NOT rent at the courses. I made that mistake once to the tune of $50 for the day. West Maui Sports and Fishing Supply on Front Street in Lahaina has very reasonable day and weekly rentals.
Note: The rental manager is affiliated with Maui Lodging Properties, LLC (a rental management company) in the State of Hawaii