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The rooms are very spacious and iluminated, we haven't been inside the hotel to long but the time we spend has been pleasant. The access to the beach is right behind the hotel. The staff is very helpful and nice. Verupy close tonthe hotel are...More
We stayed here in mid-July with our three children - 13, 11, & 6. It is a quiet resort with spectacular views! We had a one bedroom that was plenty spacious for our family. Not a lot of activities but did not come to Hawaii...More
1 Thank wichitajayhawkfan
Response from Soleil M, Manager at Kahana Beach ResortResponded 2 weeks ago
Aloha, wichitajayhawkfan! Thank you for choosing Kahana Beach and sharing your kind words. As you discovered, our beachfront location offers wonderful views of the breathtaking Pacific and convenient access to the ocean. We are delighted our resort had everything you needed for an enjoyable visit....More
I have always wondered about this hotel. I have stayed across the street at one of their sister resorts and love the quiet little beach that this hotel sits in front of.
We stayed in the studio with a fold down Murphy bed. I had...More
Thank Brad H
Response from Soleil M, Manager at Kahana Beach ResortResponded 3 weeks ago
Aloha, Brad. Thank you for sharing your kind words and beautiful photos. We are happy our spacious studio exceeded your expectations. As you discovered, it comes with numerous convenient amenities that make any stay that much nicer. Thanks again for visiting Kahana Beach. We appreciate...More
The sunset views are amazing, the hotel is right on the beach and that is breathtaking! Not necessarily a spot for teanagers as there are no arcades or extracurricular activities. The word resort should not be used here.
Had an ant/bug issue, blinds were dirty...More
Thank Ann J
Response from Soleil M, Manager at Kahana Beach ResortResponded 1 July 2017
Aloha, Ann. Thank you for visiting Kahana Beach. We are happy our breathtaking ocean views compensated for the housekeeping issues you cited and for which we extend our sincere apologies. We appreciate your feedback and will certainly forward your comments and photos to upper management.
We stayed here for a full week and had a wonderful stay. We were in a corner suite, a 1 BR / 2 bath room in the "03" line, ie 203 - 1203. These are unique units with full bedroom, full kitchen, living room, probably...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Refrigerator in room
Things to do
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
USD 181 - USD 318 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
Number of rooms
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Hi! So, Oahu is a completely separate island, Kahana is on the northwest corner of Maui and Oahu is about 120 miles or so, the only way to get between the two is by air. I'd recommend Hawaiian air over Island Air, even if... More
Hi! So, Oahu is a completely separate island, Kahana is on the northwest corner of Maui and Oahu is about 120 miles or so, the only way to get between the two is by air. I'd recommend Hawaiian air over Island Air, even if the price is slightly higher. Hawaiian is an all jet fleet and is considered much more reliable time wise by locals. From the Maui airport, which is roughly in the center of Maui which is sort of shaped like a figure 8 on its side to Kahana is about 35 - 40 minutes by car. Oahu is the much more populated island, much more metropolitan, office towers, huge hotels on the beach, Pearl Harbor, etc. Maui is more rural / suburban, the Road to Hana is completely remote, as wild Hawaii as you can get. Waterfalls, roadside stands selling pineapples & coconuts, fresh baked goods, mountains, huge surf & surfers, and Kahana is more beach & relax. Just totally different feels to the islands. But, there are no ferries or bridges, the closest one island is to the other is Lanai to Maui or maybe Molokai, but there is no ferry. Molokai has just a few thousand residents, and Lanai is essentially a private island / resort, both of which are clearly visible from the western coast of Maui.
Response from BarbieMurphy | Reviewed this property |
Yes!! The two resorts share their amenities and are very helpful to each other. We locked ourselves out of our room one evening at Kahana Beach. No one was at the desk at Kahana Beach. We walked over to Sands and they were... More
Yes!! The two resorts share their amenities and are very helpful to each other. We locked ourselves out of our room one evening at Kahana Beach. No one was at the desk at Kahana Beach. We walked over to Sands and they were able to get us in our room.