Kihei Beach Resort 208
Bright & beautiful, this beachfront 1 bed/bath condo in North Kihei, Maui is on serene, spectacular, Sugar Beach. Quality finishes (granite countertops, tile flooring throughout, large mirror wall) & lovely furniture make this unit extra appealing. The bedroom has king bed and flat screen TV; the spacious full bathroom has granite countertops & a walk-in shower with a bench. The living area has a large flat screen TV, and its sleeper sofa allows for up to 4 guests. Prep some meals in the full kitchen for dining on the large lanai; the views are exceptional, stunning, unforgettable. In the winter you can watch whales breaching in the bay, tons of them. All year round you can enjoy seeing outriggers launch from the canoe club next door. Daily glory in the beauty of tropical sunrises and sunsets, and find peace under the starry night sky. There are coin-operated laundries located on the 3rd and 5th floors near the elevator. This unit is on the 2nd floor of building 8 on the south end of the property. The resort itself is a real gem. You will enjoy talking story (as the locals say) with fellow guests to share your Maui adventures and get tips on where to go next. Life couldn’t be more pleasant and relaxing than this! This unit’s bedroom has an en-suite full bathroom and a king bed. A second bathroom (walk-in shower) and sleeper sofa allow for 4 guests to be very comfortable. Flat screen TV with complimentary cable, WiFi and local phone; central AC and ceiling fans. Coin-operated laundries on the 3rd & 5th floors near the elevator are convenient. The resort itself is a real gem. Nestled into a quiet and safe community, the vibe here is one of low-key local that lets you know you are in an authentic place, not some theme-resort. Centrally located in North Kihei, Kihei Beach Resort is a favorite of return travelers. From here you can venture forth with low commute times (15-45 minutes) to enjoy most of the awesome adventures and attractions Maui has to offer. Two long & winding roads - one to the summit of Haleakala & the other through the rainforest heading to eastside Hana. These are longer treks to places remote, but places not to be missed if one can help it. On days you want to stay close to base, stroll the (almost empty) 3 mile stretch of white-sand shoreline north to Ma’alaea. The resort’s 1.3-acre grounds tempt you to stay and relax by the pool, sunbathe on the beach or claim a lounge chair under a palm tree and read a book. From the grounds & pool you have panoramic, nothing peek-a-boo-about-them coastline views that extend south to the Makena cinder cone, sweep out across the water past Molokini Crater. Neighbor islands Kahoolawe, Lanai and then north to Maalaea Bay with its backdrop of stark white windmills marching up the sharp ridges of the West Maui Mountains. During high season (Dec-April) humpback whales (mamas, babies, and guardian males) find shelter in Maalaea Bay; watching them breach is always thrilling. All year round you will savor spectacular sunrises & sunsets by day, and star-studded skies and silvery moonbeams dancing on the Pacific by night. It’s fun that Kihei Canoe Club is next door to the resort. Watching the canoes during practices or races is a cool diversion few resorts can offer. On Tuesdays & Thursdays the club offers visitors an opportunity to paddle out with them ($40 donation) - so worth it! Across the street is a quaint collection of local treasures: a farmer’s market featuring local fruits & veggies, Ululani's Shave Ice Store, Sugar Beach Bake Shop & an ABC convenience store. You will find yourself there more often than you think; it’s one of those spots! And just down the road a bit toward Kihei, you will notice a most charming church, painted 'plantation' green with white trim & exuding the Aloha spirit. Keolahou Hawaiian Congregational Church holds services in English & Hawaiian on Sunday mornings - open to all. Free parking for 1 vehicle per unit. GE TA #: 136-876-0320-01 .
Registration Number: GE-049-380-6592-01,+380130030016,+TA-049-380-6592-01