Kihei Kai

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(808) 891-0780
61 N Kihei Rd, Kihei
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In north Kihei, this skinny, two-story walk-up condo building is sandwiched between two larger resorts. Views are pretty marginal from all but the oceanfront units. The building is tucked away from the main road and is fairly quiet, with the pool away from the ocean. The overall quality is good; we didn’t see any bad units. Even ones with original kitchen cabinets were in remarkable shape and clean. The staff is warm and thoughtful. Guests get chocolates upon check-in. Their community cats—Smokey, Squeaky, Kolina and Kula (where are Doc and Sleepy?)—are well-loved. You’re right on the beach. Rates are good, though the units are on the small side at 520 sq. ft., the lanais nicely extend the living space. 1/1s are $143–$237 4- or 7-night minimum. Even more discounts are available on their website.

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Resort at a Glance

  • 24 units
  • Pool
  • Free WiFi in rooms
  • Air conditioning
  • Ceiling fans
  • Walk-up only
  • No ADA accessibility
  • Lanais
  • Coin-op laundry
  • Free local calls and toll-free calls
  • Full kitchen
  • Empty fridge
  • Microwave
  • Coffee maker in room
  • BBQ available
  • TV
  • Free self-parking
  • All non-smoking resort
  • Condo cleaning fee
  • Only service dogs allowed

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