Gaze out at that incredible blue ocean from the lanai
With these ocean views, hanging out on the lanai is almost as good as hanging out on the beach.
Watch the incredible sunset every evening with a cocktail in hand from your private Lanai at 346 Konea.
Here is a diagram showing the location of this condo and the views from your lanai!
Enjoy a meal on the lanai while gazing at the ocean.
The lanai doors even open all the way, enlarging your living space quite a bit.
The big kitchen has stainless steel appliances, seating for 3 at the breakfast bar and enough counter space for the most abundant of feasts.
Make yourself a cocktail while you enjoy the views out of your lanai.
This spacious kitchen allows multiple people to be cooking at once.
The floor plan at this one-bedroom condo is the largest of all the one-bedrooms in the building.
Relax on the couch in the living room. At night, fold the couch out into a queen size sofa sleeper for two extra guests.
The Master Bedroom features an en suite bathroom as well.
Wake up to an ocean breeze and the warm glow of Maui sunlight through the window.
The Master Bedroom has a king bed, a flatscreen TV, direct access to the lanai, and gorgeous ocean views.
There's even an ocean view from the bedroom.
Slip into a bath after a long day at the beach.
The bathroom features a granite top double vanity and a walk-in shower.
Access the bathroom from the bedroom or the kitchen.
There's a washer and dryer in this condo, too, for your convenience.
This is one of the closest one bedroom units to the water at Honua Kai.
Head down to the park below and toss the frisbee or have a picnic.
Grab a beach chair and umbrella for a day at the beach. InvitedHome provides beach chairs and umbrellas in each condo for guest use.
Kaanapali beach, one of the top 10 beaches in the world, has unforgettable golden sands and a warm, radiant, blue ocean.
The Infinity Edge pool (one of 4 pools at Honua Kai) is great for lap swimming in the morning or watching the sunset in the evenings.
You deserve a spa day. Not just any spa day, but one in the Himalayan salt spa room - the only one on Maui.
Head down to Aina Gourmet Market, in the Hokulani building, for a selection of local coffee, baked goods, and other delicious grab-n-go items (and a great wine selection, too).
38 acres of amazing scenery surround Honua Kai, including the aquatic playground with 4 pools.
Work up a sweat in the large gym.
In addition to cardio equipment, the gym has weight training equipment.
Take your kids down to the Koi pond for daily fish feeding at 8:30.
Another view of the koi pond at the Hokulani courtyard. Enjoy a coffee from Aina Gourmet and sit enjoying this view.
Beautiful Koi ponds and gardens surround the Honua Kai properties.
Wade around weightlessly and relax in the quiet pool in front of the Konea building.
The River pool has areas carved out for sitting lounge chairs in shallow water.
Watch your little ones splash around in the fountains at the Ohana pool.
Swim, splash, sleep and suntan out at the River pool.
From mountains to tropics to the beach, Honua Kai is truly an oasis.
Grill up your famous pineapple-glazed short ribs out at one of the three BBQ areas.
Watch the sunset while you cook some delicious BBQ.
At Duke's Beach House Restaurant, located on-site at Honua Kai, you can eat inside, outside, or even poolside!
Catch live music every night at Duke's Beach House restaurant (serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner).
Rent paddle boards and kayaks at the beach activities desk and take to the ocean!
Duke's beach house restaurant and the Ho'ola Spa are located right here at the Resort.
You can rent private cabanas along the side of the River pool.
The Ohana (family) pool is one of 4 pools on site and has a waterslide.
Walk or jog in the serenity of tropical greens all along the beachside boardwalk.
Relax in the clear water at one of many pools in the resort.
The River carves its way through the aquatic playground area.
It doesn't get much better than sipping on a mimosa and falling asleep to the ocean breeze under your private gazebo.
Walk along the boardwalk next to the shopping center as slow or as fast as you want. When you're here, you don't have to worry about a thing.
Head over to downtown Lahaina, an old whaling town where you can find many fantastic small shops and restaurants.
Done enough shopping and eating for one day? Pop down to the marina in Lahaina and try one of the daily boat excursions!
Arts and crafts fairs are often held under this legendary banyan tree in Lahaina.
There's a wide selection of shops and restaurants in Whaler's Village.
Do some shopping, some eating, and some sightseeing down at Whaler's Village.