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Our family just returned from a fun-filled vacation at the Honua Kai Resort and Spa, staying at Hokulani 116. We booked our stay directly with the owners Helene and Gary, on their TiredOfTheCold.com website. The unit is a ground floor suite, close to the beach...More
We booked a 1 bedroom partial-ocean view unit on the 3rd floor.
We here pleasantly surprised by the quality and space of the unit. Granite counter-tops, Bosch appliances, washer and dryer in the unit. Nice quality furniture on the balcony.
This was a private unit...More
I can’t believe some of the negative reviews posted. This place is absolutely fantastic. We have been to Maui several times and will only stay at Honua Kai.
Several postings on the beach not being swimmable. False! Yes there are many rocks and corals right...More
My family and I were fortunate enough to book a ground level suit and we were in love with the fact that we had our own little yard space that we could access through our big French doors that open completely. While in Hawaii, we...More
This is the 3rd time we have stayed at the Honua Kai and it will be our last. We stayed in the Konea building on the Mauaka side. There was a garage truck(?) slamming down containers and backing up at 5 am most mornings. There...More
I believe the bigger gazebos were in the neighbourhood of $100/day, depending on which one - some were bigger with love seat etc and others are just a wider lounger with a sunshade. It may have been a slow time when we were... More
I believe the bigger gazebos were in the neighbourhood of $100/day, depending on which one - some were bigger with love seat etc and others are just a wider lounger with a sunshade. It may have been a slow time when we were there in early Feb but we never had trouble getting a pool chair, many had an umbrella and small table between 2 chairs. Agree with others about buying stuff like boogie boards, there’s an ABC store like 1-ish km away which had cheaper (but fine for my kiddos!) boogie boards as did Times. I think there is a snorkel bobs at the Lahaina cannery mall, maybe 10 mins drive. They’d certainly have better quality snorkel gear. Depending how often you go I’ve bought a few sets at Costco at home (see you are a fellow Albertan!), and then pack it back and forth rather than renting each time.