Once frequented by Hawaiian royalty, Kāʻanapali has been the model for vacations and luxurious living for centuries. Kāʻanapali’s hotels include the Hyatt, the Sheraton, and Marriott, along with the well-known condominium buildings The Whaler, The Master’s, Honua Kai, Maui Kāʻanapali Villas, and The Ali’i (which means ‘chief’ in the native Hawaiian language). Beyond just the accommodations, there are the shores: Kahekili Beach (also known as Airport Beach) is named after the last Hawaiian ruler of Maui, and one can easily see why it earned the name. The expansive shoreline gives plenty of room, and there’s a reef not too far offshore, always teeming with fish. By “Black Rock,” you can witness the thrilling cliff jumps that mirror ancient Hawaiian entertainment. There’s also Kāʻanapali Beach, which is consistently ranked as one of the best beaches in the United States, with sparkling, golden-white sand and some of the clearest water around. Watching the sunset from the shore is truly a sight to behold, and is an experience that is simply unparalleled. Kāʻanapali is also home to several quiet, picturesque residential neighborhoods, such as Lanikeha and The Pinnacle, as well as the Kāʻanapali Golf Estates. Regardless of whether you’re interested in a quieter time or a lot of fun in the sun, Kāʻanapali has the best of all worlds.
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