November marks the tourist season in Hawaii; as the Mainland states get colder, Maui resorts fill to capacity. The weather is only one reason that makes Maui one of the top winter escapes, the extraordinary Kaanapali Beach, Lahaina’s history and culture and the world’s best whale watching also create an unforgettable Hawaiian vacation.
Kaanapali Beach has been named one of the best beaches in America numerous times. White sand beach, crystal waters, and adventure and water activities for adults, children, families and groups. Kaanapali Beach and Lahaina are the most popular destinations for visitors to Maui. Whether your perfect vacation is filled with action, parasailing, snorkeling and surfing or you prefer to lounge on the beach or by the pool with a tropical adult beverage – Kaanapali Beach will not disappoint. Located on the Kaanapali Beachwalk, Kaanapali Alii features oceanfront or Mountain View 1- and 2-bedroom condos. Steps from the water, the resort also has a fitness center, yoga studio, outdoor pool, children’s wading pool and whirl pool as well as an onsite boutique spa.
Whale Watching season begins in November and lasts throughout winter until mid-April. More than 10,000 humpback whales make their way from the icy Alaska waters to Hawaii’s thermal sanctuary. The shallow, calm channel between Maui, Lanai and Moloka’I are a favorite spot for the majestic mammals. Watch whales breaching and lobtailing from the private lanai of your luxury oceanfront condo as Maui’s famous sunsets frame this remarkable sight. Book your whale watching tour to experience these beautiful ocean creatures play and care for their young calves. Many cruises include snorkeling, specialty voyages and dinner and drinks. Guided tours will educate you to the history, behaviors and migration of the humpback whale as well as the conservation taking place to preserve marine life and their habitat.
Kaanapali Alii is a short walk to Whalers Village, an open-air mall that encompasses more than 90 fine stores and restaurants, outdoor stage with live entertainment and the Whalers Village Museum. If you are seeking some retail therapy or want to nosh on fresh seafood and sashimi, participate in traditional Hawaiian activities or learn the Maui history of the whaling industry you will find it at Whalers Village. Front Street in Lahaina is a few minutes away by car and is the heart of art galleries, local events and various restaurants. Another nearby attraction to Kaanapali Alii is the Kaanapali Golf Course, the Robert Trent Jones Sr. designed Royal North Course and Arthur Jack Snyder Kaanapali Kai South Course, offering 36 championship holes. Hawaii Golf is definitely on the bucket list for most golfers.
Kaanapali Alii has the location for their guests to enjoy the award winning beach, a multitude of outdoor activities, amazing whale watching and chef-inspired cuisine. The resort’s amenities and service have earned Kaanapali Alii 5-star reviews but what about the accommodations? The luxurious spacious condominiums are between 1,500 and 1,900 square feet. Each of the condos have separate living, dining and sleeping areas, fully-equipped gourmet kitchens and spa-like bathrooms. You will enjoy central air conditioning, full-sized washer and dryer, private lanai and you will never pay a resort fee. Why stay in a standard hotel room when you could enjoy your Maui vacation in Luxury Oceanfront Condos?