Holiday Homes

Hale Pohaku

Although most of the condos are long term, a couple of vacation units are highly desirable. Large well-decorated units, killer oceanside location (you can hear the surf from all the rooms) and a tiny pocket beach make this property a winner. If your unit has A/C...

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Fern Grotto Inn

Most locals don't know this small inn exists—you can blink and drive right by the simple mailbox entrance—but we hope you won't do that because you'd miss a true Hawaiian-style experience. This inn was originally built by a Japanese widow in the 1940s after the...

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Wai‘ula‘ula at Mauna Kea

These two-story condo buildings in a gated complex were completed in 2006 and house four units each (and a couple of duplexes not in the rental pool). The units are very spacious and richly furnished. Wolf ranges, Subzero fridges, granite countertops, double drawer...

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Valley Isle Resort

A mixed bag of long-term and vacation rentals at this condo property. It's a T-shaped building that has most units (04–10) directly facing the ocean, with units ending in 10 very close to the water. Other units have a more oblique view of the ocean. One-bedroom...

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Kealia Resort

An institutional-looking condo building. It’s real windy and dusty here, but they do a good job of keeping up with the problem and spend a lot of time on pre-cleans. Most of the units have been nicely upgraded, so ask for one, but they still feel small to us. The...

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Holiday Surf

This is a family-operated hotel, and it’s pretty no-frills. No room safes, but you can use the front desk’s. They have made upgrades, and it was in the best shape we've ever seen it for this edition. Upgrades include some new showers, some new bedding, some new...

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Hale Kai o Kihei

This condo building is older than most in the area but seems well maintained. It’s a long oceanfront building, so everyone gets a good view, especially from the second and third floors. The beach they’re on is marginal, but during whale season it’s a good place to...

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Luana Kai

The grounds are very tidy and tropical at this condominium. Their beach is not a great swimming beach, but it's pretty. If you’re down by the pool, there’s an additional kitchen there to cook your meals. There are four 3-story walk-up buildings, but only buildings...

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Village By The Sea (aka Kauhale Makai)

An oddly named condominium property that is much closer to the road than the sea, but it’s probably tougher to rent units at a place called Village by the Road. The buildings have a very institutional, dreary feel. Views are partial ocean at best for most, and...

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Koa Lagoon

Though the condo building isn’t overly impressive from the outside, the concrete walls hide an incredible find (and block the road noise as well). Exceptionally stunning oceanfront views with West Maui as part of the backdrop. Rooms are impeccably clean,...

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