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Condo, 1 Bedroom + Convertible bed(s), 2 Baths, (Sleeps 2-4)
Queen size Beds (1) Very comfotable pillow top queen size bed in master. Sleep Sofa is also very comfortable.
Pool / Spa
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 4
Minimum age of primary renter:
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About Susan Simpson
Aloha potential guests. We are Susan, Mark and Steven. We purchased our first condo in June of 2005 and hope to make your time here as enjoyable as ours. We also own K109. We found the experience of interacting with our guests and hearing your stories and comments encouraged us to buy the second unit (don't forget to check our guest comments). We come to Maui twice a year and take great pride in our condos. We are constantly making improvements and upgrades to make your stay (and ours) as care free as possible. We hope you will visit soon. With much Aloha Susan, Mark and Steven Maui No Ka Oi
Susan Simpson purchased this condo in 2005
Why Susan Simpson chose Kihei
As frequent travelers to the Hawaiian Islands, we have visited all of them over the last 30 years numerous times. And while the other islands have their strong points, the charms of Maui can be found no where else in the island chain. Our first visit was to the Northern part of Maui but each time we returned we found better weather and properties lie in the south. In all of the times we rented at many properties we found the Maui Kamaole to be the best property in Kihei, bar none. So it should come as no surprise when considering our purchase that we chose the Maui Kamaole. The complex is low density, unlike the hotels in the North where you can barely find a chaise poolside. The grounds are beautiful, unlike any complex in the area. Complex management is the best and the property is maintained to a very high standard. We love the property so much we bought two units and return twice a year to work and play in paradise. We hope you visit soon, you will also fall in love with the magic of Maui.
What makes this condo unique
The Road to Hana: Journey along the wet side of the island with all the waterfalls, it is wonderful. Stop at Keane peninsula and bring a picnic lunch for Waianapanapa State Park. Then go past Hana at 7 pools (O’heo Gulch)—spectacular. Lahaina: Lahaina is charming, has good food, and quaint shops. Go early. It gets hot and crowded later in the day. Leave the condo at 8:30 or so and head up the coast, it takes about 40 minutes. Ka’anapali: There are many fabulous resorts; most have been updated in the past few years. Sometimes it is fun to go to Whaler’s Village and/or go to the hotels and just walk around. Park at the Marriot, and just cruise the strip, which must include the Hyatt Regency. Haleakala Crater: Watch the sunrise from the highest mountain on Maui. If you are not an early bird, you can see the crater from the front door of the condo, if it is clear go for it. Haleakala is 10,000 feet high, so it is cold. Wear warm clothes. Total trip is about 4 hours. Pa’ia and Up Country: Pa’ia hosts some nice art galleries, get out of the car and take a stroll. Upcountry you’ll find Panaole’s (Cowboys) and very different countryside including cactus, horses and some very charming small Hawaiian towns. Wailea/Makena: We are 2 blocks from Wailea. The Shops of Wailea has some really upscale shops, and free parking. The beaches in this area are really great. Big Beach, Makena and Keawakapu are worth checking out. Whale Watch: We take Pacific Whale Foundation Whale Watch trip out of Lahaina or Ma'alea Harbor. Whale season runs from mid December through April so if you are lucky enough to go on this outing, do it. They also do a dolphin adventure to Lanai’I which we do in the summer.