Ka'anapali Beach Club welcomes you with stunning sunrises and sunsets on Maui's famous North Shore. Our grand lobby, with an atrium overlooking the grounds, reflects the elegance of your private accommodations. Spacious interiors, in-room refrigerators and oversized tubs are just the beginning. Step outside to a pool area with direct access to the beach, or take a lovely stroll past the waterfalls and koi ponds throughout the grounds.
Maui and its surrounding islands are almost wholly volcanic in origin, and today lava beds stream from the fireworks of Kilauea and Mauna Loa volcanoes, rising above rainforests. Glistening beaches and warm, reef-protected waters invite water sports of all kinds. If you are in the mood for sightseeing, take a drive on the famous Hāna Highway, a 68-mile road along Maui's majestic coastline.
Ka'anapali Beach Club charges the following mandatory fees:
Nightly Resort Fee, which includes Internet access, fitness center access, parking, and local calls - $25
Incidental Deposit - $100
Ka'anapali Beach Club offers one- and two-bedroom accommodations. The rooms feature a balcony or patio, a sleeper sofa, and a garden tub or Whirlpool jetted tub in select units. Two-bedroom units have fully equipped kitchens, while the one bedroom has a partial kitchen. The resort itself features laundry facilities, valet parking, safe deposit boxes, beautiful gardens, movie rentals, and currency exchange, concierge, dry cleaning, and massage services.
Cable TV w/DVD player
3 swimming pools
Wireless internet access
Maui is the second-largest Hawaiian island and the third most populous. The island is dotted with volcanoes, making its topography rough and its climate fascinatingly diverse. The coastal lowlands, interior lowlands, mountain slopes, and high mountain regions have completely different vegetation and weather patterns. Rain showers tend to be light and brief, and often occur at night.
Originally populated by Polynesians from across the Pacific, Maui was the first island to fall under King Kamehameha's campaign to unite the Hawaiian Islands. In 1778, Captain James Cook discovered Maui, and from then on the island was the focus of much European attention. It became a hub for missionaries, and then a major whaling center. Just before the turn of the century, the ruling native regime was overthrown, and Hawaii became a U.S. territory in 1898 and then a state in 1959. Maui served as a central U.S. base for more than 100,000 soldiers in World War II. Today, Maui is best known as a stunningly beautiful tourist destination with some of the best beaches in the world.
Directions from Kahului Airport to Ka'anapali Beach Club:
1. Head northeast on Lanui Cir toward Hemaloa St (0.5 mi) 2. Continue onto Hawaii 380/Kahului Airport Rd/Keolani Pl. Continue to follow Hawaii 380 (7.1 mi) 3. Turn left onto Hawaii 30 S/Honoapiilani Hwy (19.1 mi) 4. Turn left onto Kaanapali Pkwy. Partial restricted usage road (0.7 mi) 5. Make a U-turn. Destination will be on the right (410 ft)