Got moola for a trip to Maui? Then you can stacked full it of Maui adventures all made convenient and frightfully luxurious by a stay at the Wailea Beach Villas.
Maui can be a savvy choice not only for families and but for romantic couples looking for the right location with the right kind of space at the right kind of resort. Wailea Beach Villas make it all the smarter with capacious quarters that blend luscious beach views and surroundings with desired residential convenience, adding a super splash of opulence.
Wailea Beach Villas are a part of the Kurtz-Ahlers’ exclusive collection of beach resorts. It’s a fun, upscale resort where children can play by pool or beach; couples sip cocktails on their private lanai while watching great migrations of playful cetaceans swim by; guests can spa the day away with trained island healers, and visitors can dine “at home” if they choose, cooking up personal favorites or allowing the deed to go to a private gourmet chef provided by the resort.
For its location, make that the to-die-for stretch of the Wailea-Makena coastline south of Lahaina, only a half-hour’s drive from Kahului Airport (OGG).
The villas bring plenty of privacy and space to the vacation. Layouts range in size from 1,900 to 3,100 square feet in two- and three-bedroom configurations. And they bring help to families in motion with a dedicated staff of villa butlers and au pairs at the ready and available for the asking.
Soak in the sun at two pools or by your private villa plunge pool. Mani-pedis can happen on the beach, Wi-fi reaches to the beach, and martinis and ice cream can be served at any hour anywhere. Wailea Beach Villas leaves little to wanting.
But remember this is Maui and there’s more than amazing ocean views to be enjoyed. Check out the island and indulge in these cool Maui-only explorations:
This extinct caldera offers stellar snorkeling just 2.5 miles off the South Maui coastline.
The bay is a Marine Life Conservation District adjacent to a world-famous surf break area.
Sunrise at Haleakala
Drive up, bike down or just sit and be. Maui’s highest peak (10,023 feet) offers a sunrise.
Road to Hana
The muddy, windy and very scenic road features the Seven Sacred Pools, a sensation of waterfalls and natural pools in Haleakala National Park.
Zip it Up
There are three zipline companies on Maui where you can ride treetops and ogle at the views.
Tee it up
Golf is king on this Hawiian island and Maui, alone, offers up 14 fabulous courses.
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