Officially recognised as “Hawaii’s Most Hawaiian Hotel”, Ka’anapali Beach Hotel is perfectly situated oceanfront on world famous Ka’anapali Beach.
Perfect for those looking to experience authentic Hawaii, the hotel’s full time cultural advisors at Hale Ho’okipa will share insight about the destination hosting daily cultural activities including hula lessons, lei making, ‘ukulele playing, Hawaiian language lessons, weaving demonstrations, and more.
Relax and enjoy views of the Pacific Ocean or lush tropical lawns in the courtyard and pool view room categories, all from the comfort of your own private lanai. Soak in some rays by the whale-shaped pool or let the sound of the waves soothe your soul, undisturbed underneath the shade of a plumeria tree.
Taste the island flavours at the Tiki Terrace Restaurant, prepared by award-winning chef, Tom Muromoto. Stay for the Sunday Champagne Brunch, offering an extravagant selection of seafood and more Hawaiian favourites. For light meals, opt for the poolside Tiki Bar, Tiki Grill, or the Grab-N-Go.
Enjoy The Legends of Ka’anapali Luau as you are treated to an abundant feast of island fare and entertained with a beautiful narration through song and dance of Ka’anapali’s history.
Stop by Hale Huaka’i, the ocean activity centre for exciting and safe ocean experiences including snorkelling, stand-up paddle boarding, lessons, and more. Plus experience the new wa’a (canoe) tour, as you paddle along the coast just as the original Hawaiian navigators did themselves before you.
For the little ones, the Aloha Passport for Kids program teaches children about the rich island heritage in a fun and interactive way, where they’ll also receive their own Hawaiian name to cherish forever. Children five and under eat free at Tiki Terrace Restaurant.
Golfers will be captivated by the adjacent Ka’anapali Golf Resort. While Whaler’s Village has restaurants and more than 70 shops, with additional options on Lahaina’s Front Street and The Outlets of Maui.
All guests are given their very own kukui nut lei upon departure, as a momento that they are now part of Ka’anapali Beach Hotel’s ‘ohana, and are reminded to bring this back on their next future stay, so that a white nut can be added to mark each visit.