A great place to enjoy the views and chill

My Wife and I had a great time hanging out in this nicely decorated, well maintained condo.

It's situation right above one of the most popular snorkeling coves in the Napili area with loads of sea turtles provides daily excitement without feeling overly crowded.

The views are spectacular into the cove and across the ocean to Lanai and further with fantastic sunsets.

There is no feel of cookie cutter high rise resorts here.

It is charming, relaxing and beautiful and nearby there are plenty of places to dine out and pick up supplies for those times you want to eat in.

Staff and guests, in and around this property are friendly and helpful.


Steve-Los Gatos, California, USA

Fantastic Hawaiian vacation

My husband and I spent one incredible week at this beautiful condo this past September, wish we could have stayed two weeks! From the minute we arrived, we were enchanted by the view of Napili Point. In fact, we decided to eat on the patio most evenings so that we could watch the sunsets. From the condo, we could actually see the turtles popping their heads up in the small bay below us. The snorkeling we found to be the best in this bay but also enjoyed snorkeling at the sandy beaches of Napili Bay and Kapalua Bay. There is a great coast line beachwalk that we enjoyed several mornings and we had a great breakfast at a beachfront restaurant we walked to called the Gazebo.

Besides the amazing view, the condo is very clean and nicely furnished and has a modern an updated kitchen. We'd like to thank the owners for a memorable stay!


Anonymous-Carlsbad, California/USA

Gorgeous Setting! 


Just back from a week in this delightful condo, with its fresh and casual tropical decor and gorgeous, amazing photo wall-art by owner John! Lovely views, sunsets and rainbows from inside and out. Snorkeling literally right outside, with lots to see and always turtles to swim with. We also enjoyed just relaxing, with the sound of the waves and cool breezes. Nice, well-supplied kitchen, and we enjoyed many meals right there. Tried the resort's communal bbq grills one night, but they needed to be cleaned.

We hadn't been to Maui in about 15 years and since we had a car, we also played tourist, going to many locations on the island (except Hana), including the Maui Ocean Center: oh, wow! The center is so well done and covering so much that it didn't matter that it is a little pricey. So much to see and wonderfully done re-creations in a variety of media in addition to the many live creatures, mini and huge. Don't miss the Shark Tunnel where they swim above you! Everyone said we had to try breakfast at The Gazebo next door, open only for breakfast and lunch, and we tried breakfast. We were warned it was small and always a long wait. Yep. We got there 30 min before it opened and still waited more than an hour for one of its 14 tables. It was a nice setting, good food. But, we then tried the Sea House a little further down, also for breakfast, and found it's setting gorgeous, no wait, and even better food. Iron IMU, apparently a new restaurant, is right next-door in the resort where The Gazebo is, and it is very good: only open for dinner and all traditional Hawaiian BBQ. It was so good, I must admit we went twice, so we can recommend the bbq'd: ribs, chicken and brisket. Yum! In Kaanapali, try Leilani's on the beach in Whaler's Village (upstairs) at sunset. Excellent menu, food, setting, service. Not rushed.

We thank John and Kristin for sharing their special spot with us and for making our return to Maui wonderful.


Wakers-San Marcos, CA