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"With the magnificent Pacific views and elegant Maui condos along the beach, our stay here was magical."

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“Taste the Ocean on Maui This Fall”photo

Our Flavors of Fall special isn’t just about food!  With Ocean Vodka’s recent acquirement of 80 acres in Kula, overlooking the ocean with beautiful views of both the north and south shores, you can take an educational field trip that includes lunch, to learn about the distillery or book a private event and tie the knot in a truly unique venue.

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“Thank you Sammy”

We just want to "thank you", Sammy, for making our stay here in Maui like home.  You always make us feel special.  Thank you for always filling our request.


“Wailea Beach Villas Now Offers 5-Bedroom Accommodations”

Families, groups of friends or corporate retreats will enjoy the spaciousness of these luxurious five bedroom accommodations that combine adjoining two- and three-bedroom suites accessed through an electronic doorway.

Offering 5 bedrooms and 5 baths, the layout of these accommodations lets guests enjoy time together or have the option for privacy with 2 separate living/dining areas, gourmet kitchens, and private lanai - each with its own lounging area with built-in Viking Barbecue Grill. 

With seven options available, you can pick the exact vacation home you desire. 

These special fall rates include TWO rental cars! 

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“Destination Resorts Hawaii Goes Gold for Cole!”photo

Destination Resorts Hawaii helped to raise awareness for childhood cancer by going "Gold for Cole" with "A Day of Yellow and Gold to Fight Childhood Cancer".
Hawaii Governor Neil Abercrombie, along with Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Illinois governors, declared September as Childhood Cancer Awareness month as  Niagara Falls and bridges across the country were lit in gold lights in support of this cause.
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“Wailea Ekahi Village Unit 7A”photo

We stayed in unit 7A in September 2013. We booked through Destination Resorts Hawaii. The unit was very nice, it was quite homey and comfortable for our family of three. It had all the things needed in a condo. There were a couple minor touchups needed with paint etc, but what condo or hotel doesn’t need that. Very comfortable furniture, bed, two bathrooms, nice kitchen with all the necessities. Great lanai/patio with tile flooring and a quite new BBQ. It has a beautiful selection of tropical plants, trees and flowers surrounding you off of the lanai. Very peaceful and private.

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“Ocean View, Oceanfront and Beachfront Views – What does it all mean?”video

Many people logically assume that an ocean view vacation condo means you’ll be steps away from the beach.  Although that’s generally the case in places like Florida, due to Hawaii’s drastic topography, it’s not always the case here.  Throughout Hawaii, lush, steep mountains rise dramatically from sea level.  In other areas the slope is more gradual. At any rate, each of these categories - ocean view, oceanfront and beachfront - all offer guests a view of the ocean to one degree or another.

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“Take a moment and daydream!”photo

Imagine the balmy breeze rustling the palms as the sun sets into the Pacific.  Tiki torches light your way past cascading waterfalls.  Beyond the oceanfront infinity pool, the Wailea Beach Walk stretches in both directions beckoning you to a moonlit stroll.  Stop for a drink or pupus (appetizers) along the way or enjoy dinner at any number of celebrity chef restaurants as you meander along the coastline accompanied by the sounds of the surf. 

There's no need to hurry - you're on island time now.

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