Located on twenty-six lush acres, available at the height of WHALE SEASON, with gorgeous views of the Pacific Ocean, Lana'i and Moloka'i. It's the ultimate in pampering and relaxation, with pools, hot tubs, loungers, rocking chairs and a wonderful water slide for young and old alike. There is a kid's club and various classes and outdoor activities to keep all busy and happy, including a beautiful beach, water sports and some of the best snorkeling in the area!
One of our favorite things to do is sit on the rocking years outside the lobby overlooking the koi pond watching the world and whales go by.
The villa is an extra-large (1550 sq. feet) 2-bedroom lock-off and sleeps 8. It has a full kitchen and a kitchenette with everything you need (except the food!), two balconies with lounge chairs and tables and wonderful views of the ocean and mountains with all their beautiful rainbows. Luxury Westin Heavenly beds, 2 baths with whirlpool tubs and walk-in showers, in-room washers and dryers, Bose stereo equipment, flat-screen TVs and DVD player. Complimentary Wi-Fi is available throughout the property.
Visit the onsite restaurants or cook yourself. Property has gas BBQs for your use. It's easy to get to Ka'anapali and the hotels and Whalers Village using the free Westin shuttle. Once an hour the shuttle will take you to wander through nearby Lahaina where you will find restaurants, shops, art galleries and supermarkets. There are also two onsite markets to pick up food items, gifts and sundries. (Our secret: after 2pm, pastries are 2-for-1!) You can also enjoy twice weekly craft shows on the ocean front lawn.
If you don't feel like taking the shuttle to Ka'anapali, stroll along the boardwalk past Airport Beach, beautiful homes, resorts and golf course before you arrive at Black Rock and the Sheraton Maui Resort. Continue on to the Whaler's Village shopping area locatd next to the Westin Maui. You can also meander down to the Hyatt at the far end of the walk while looking at the beautiful scenery, Lana'i and Moloka'i and lots of whales in February.+ More