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The Fairmont Kea Lani Maui
4100 Wailea Alanui Dr
Wailea, Maui, HI 96753
Nightly Rates (425.00 - 895.00) 4 Star
|The Mediterranean-style Fairmont Kea Lani Maui is situated beachfront on Polo Beach, on the southwestern coast of Maui, across from the Wailea Golf Courses, ½ mile from Wailea Tennis Club, and ¼ mile from The Shops at Wailea. Maui's only "all-suite" resort welcomes guests to luxurious suites or villas.|
Fairmont Deluxe Ocean View Suite: Spectacular full view of ocean, 840 square feet including furnished lanai. Bed Types: Either one king bed or two double beds are in each suite. A double bed sofa sleeper is also available in the living room area of each suite.
Fairmont Ocean View Suite: Partial or angled view of ocean from within the suite, 840 square feet including furnished lanai. Bed Types: Either one king bed or two double beds are in each suite. A double bed sofa sleeper is also available in the living room area of each suite.
Fairmont Pool Side Suite: Lawn level suite offering direct walk out to to upper lagoon pool, 840 square feet including furnished lanai. This suite is very popular with families with young children. Bed Types: Either one king bed or two double beds are in each suite. A double bed sofa sleeper is also available in the living room area of each suite.
Fairmont Suite: Tropical garden or mountain view of Mount Haleakala crater, 840 square feet including furnished lanai. Bed Types: Either one king bed or two double beds are in each suite. A double bed sofa sleeper is also available in the living room area of each suite.
Moderate Suite: Excellent value, limited view of landscaped driveway entrance or side street of resort, 840 square feet including furnished lanaiBed Types: Either one king bed or two double beds are in each suite. A double bed sofa sleeper is also available in the living room area of each suite.
Two Bedroom Villa - Our private Villas offer the ultimate in location, comfort, and family convenience. Two bedroom Villas are spacious split-level accommodations including living room with sofabed and full entertainment center, two bedrooms with large walk-in closets, and two over-sized Italian marble bathrooms with deep soaking tub and walk-in shower. The Villas also feature a full gourmet kitchen, and BBQ grill in a furnished courtyard with plunge pool. Bed Type: one king bed in each bedroom, double sofabed in living roomSize: 1800 sq. ft.View: Ocean Front (just steps from Polo Beach) or Ocean View
Three bedroom Villas are identical to two bedroom Villas with the addition of a third bedroom. Three bedroom Villas are 2200 square feet and offer a third bedroom with two double beds. Each of the four rooms has its own television.Bed Type: one king bed in each of two bedrooms, two double beds in third bedroom upstairs, double sofabed in living roomSize: 2200 sq. ft.View: Ocean Front (just steps from Polo Beach) or Ocean View.
|Exit Kahului Airport Terminal or car rental area via Keolani Place Continue on Keolani Place, which becomes Highway 380/Dairy Road as it passes Costco, then K-Mart Turn left onto Highway 311 (Mokulele Highway) at 4th traffic light Follow curve to right at Puunene Sugar Mill Proceed on Highway 311 for approximately 5½ miles Turn left onto Highway 31 (Piilani Highway). Sign will say "Kihei/Makena/Wailea". Follow Highway 31 for approximately 7 miles to end of highway Turn right onto Wailea Ike Drive Turn left onto Wailea Alanui Drive at stop sign Proceed 1½ mile to The Fairmont Kea Lani Maui on the "Makai" (oceanside) side of the road. Turn right into entrance drive to Porte Cochere (Bell Station) Located a 17 miles (35 minute drive) from the Kahului Airport (Kahului, Maui). 35 minutes to the quiant "heart of Maui" Lahaina with its excellent shopping and nightlife. Kahului Airport (Kahului, Maui)- 17 miles S.E.|
|All reservations require a credit card guarantee. 2 Nights deposit taken 7 days after booking.5 nights deposit for suites Dec. 22/03-Jan4/04Full nights deposit for villas Dec. 22/03-Jan4/04|
|Up to Dec21/03 and from Jan5-Dec.18/04: Must cxcl 14 Days prior to arrival.Dec22/03 to Jan04/04 full deposit req. No refund if cxcled after Aug31/04. Dec19/04 to Jan02/05 full deposit req. No refund if cxcled after Aug31/04|
KEA LANI RESTAURANT
Kea Lani Restaurant offers fine dining with European flair. The menu changes monthly and is full of exquisite dishes made with fresh ingredients grown in their own organic garden on the premises. Beautiful open-air atmosphere, partly outdoor, offering outstanding sunset view. Located terrace level, facing adult poolBreakfast - Buffet style with omelet station or A la Carte selections.Dress Code: Resort Casual - Resort attire, but not cut off shorts or athletic wearReservations: no
CAFFE CIAO RESTAURANT Open for lunch and dinner Features fresh pasta, breads, pizzas (prepared in an outdoor open-fire pizza oven), as well as organic salads of locally grown greens, sandwiches, home cured meats, espresso, latte and other coffees/teas with exquisite desserts. Indoor/Outdoor cafe setting Terrace level Full table service Nightly entertainment: acoustic guitar and also Carl the Magician on some evenings, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Dress Code: Resort Casual - Resort attire, but not cut off shorts or athletic wearReservations: Strongly Suggested
CAFFE CIAO DELI Caffe Ciao is the only Italian Deli and Bakery on Maui. Take-out orders all day long 6:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Open for Breakfast 6:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
NICK'S FISHMARKET Elegant resort dining in an open-air setting offering impeccable Food & Service. Seafood and Continental Cuisine Maui's famous upcountry garden-grown produce is showcased.Hours of Operation: Dinner Daily 5:30 pm - 10:00 p.m. Lounge Daily 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm Wine: A glass-enclosed 2,000 bottle wine cellar is open to the public. Awards & Recognition: 1999 Ilima Award for "Best New Restaurant" 2000 Hale 'Aina Winner for "Best Restaurant on Maui" Part of the TRI-STAR Restaurant GroupNick's Fishmarket-Maui, Sarento's Top of the "I"- Honolulu, Aaron's atop the Ala Moana, Honolulu)Dress Code: Dressy - Long pants and collared shirt and covered shoes for men - No jeans or shortsReservations: Required
POLO BEACH GRILLE AND BAR Located on upper pool terraceLunch served 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.Swim-up bar ideal for tropical drink specialties, in addition to table seating in a casual outdoor tropical setting, with a view of neighbouring islands Molokini, Kahoolawe and Lanai..Grill features a variety of sandwiches, snacks and salads Sushi and sashimiHours: Bar 10:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.Grille 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.Dress Code: Casual - Shorts are fineReservations: No LOBBY LOUNGE A lounge setting just off the lobby. Take in spectacular sunsets and views of the islands of Molokini, Kahoolawe and Lanai. Enjoy an international bar featuring martinis and a vast selection of cigars. Music from 7:00 - 10:00 p.m.
IN-ROOM DINING Full Menu from 6:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Limited menu available after 10:30 p.m. from Caffe Ciao.
GROCERY SERVICE The resort will do groceries for Villa guests before they arrive. The resort does not charge a fee for this but the store does charge a minimal fee for preparing the order. Naturally, the guest pays the cost of the groceries. The guest can inquire at the concierge desk for this service. Tel: (808) 875-4100, ask for Concierge
Polo Beach, just steps away, offers surf (swimming) and sand for walks through popular Wailea resort area, on the south shore of Maui.Full Beach Activities Centre available on-site:Scuba - Pool clinics daily at 10:30 am and 2:00 pm Introductory Dive $79.00 Experienced Dive $69.00 Night Dive $99.00 Sea Scooter Dive $109.00 Kayak Dive $109.00 PADI Certification $449.00 Snorkelling Snorkel set $7.00/hour or $15.00/day Sailing Kayaks Single Kayak $20.00/hour Double Kayak $25.00/hour Floats and cabanas Pool float $7.00/hour or $15.00/day Beach and Pool cabanas $30.00/day (Cabanas must be reserved in advance) Windsurfing MORE BEACH GEAR:Boogie Boards - $7.00/hour or $15.00/day Ice Cooler - $5.00/day Umbrella - $7.00/hour or $25.00/day
Mountain Bike down the slopes of Haleakala volcano!Maui Mountain Cruisers Watch the sunrise from the summit of the 10,000' Haleakala Crater, then enjoy an exhilarating 38 mile downhill bicycle tour. Guests are picked up at their hotels in air conditioned vans and then driven to the crater. Once you arrive at the crater you will be given a safety briefing and then enjoys magnificent views from the observation deck. Breakfast or lunch, bike, helmet, gloves and escort van are all included in the tour.-Mid Day TourCheck-In: 7:30 amCost: $105.60-Sunrise TourCheck-In: 7:30 amCost: $115.20 Maui Downhill Bike down a 10,000 foot volcano after viewing a spectacular sunrise from the crater rim. The tour includes hotel pick-up, escort van, breakfast and all equipment. The 38 mile ride is almost entirely downhill with panoramic views of Lanai, Molokai, Kaho'olawe and Maui during the descent. A mid-day trip is also available and children must be 12 years or older and be at least 5'0" tall.-Super Sunrise TourTime: 3:00 am-1:00pmCost: Adult: $115.00Van Rider $57.60-Super Day TourTime: 6:00 am-3:00 pmCost: $110.00,Van Rider $57.60NOTE: Helmets, Gloves and Windbreakers provided, dress in warm layers.
POOLS:Three swimming pools: 2 lagoon pools (upper & lower level) connected by a 140-foot water slide 1 adult lap pool 2 outdoor jacuzzis Children's wading pool Water slide (140 feet) Swim up bar located upper lagoon pool Water aerobics Adult PoolComplimentary poolside towel service Poolside food and beverage service also available. Poolside and beach cabanas available for rent: $30.00/day. BEACH: Polo Beach, just steps away, offers surf (swimming) and sand for walks through popular Wailea resort area, on the south shore of Maui. See Attractions for more beach information. Beach Gear available on-site. See Beach Activities Centre Beach Butler: Whatever you need, the Butler is at your service! Cabanas, cold chilled towels, fresh island juices and snacks, or the "inside scoop" on Maui's most exciting sites.
Wailea Golf & Tennis Club offers: 11 Hard courts A half-court for practice Fully stocked pro shop, offering the latest in equipment, apparel and accessories Staff of USPTA-certified professionals A Stadium court accommodating up to 1000 spectators Lesson programs Special rates for Wailea guests & complimentary shuttle. Located 1 mile away. Reservations: (808) 879-1958 General Information: 1-800-332-1614
There is a game room at the resort with a pool table, ping pong table and video games.
Wailea Golf Club in Maui is one of the largest golf facilities in Hawaii and consists of three different championship courses: Wailea Blue Course Wailea Emerald Course Wailea Gold Course -Services: Two clubhouses Pro shops Lockers Restaurants Callaway Big Bertha rental clubs, rental shoes Lessons Club repair and storage Driving Range Two full-service pro shops Outdoor 12-acre training facility, built on the lower slopes of Mount Haleakala. Dress Code: Men: collared golf shirt and shorts or slacks. No T-shirts, tank tops, jeans, cut-offs, jogging shorts or swimwear. Sleeveless golf shirts are permitted. Women: golf shirt or blouse of a style appropriate to golf, and shorts, skirt, culottes or slacks. Sleeveless golf shirts are permitted. Footwear: Golf shoes with soft spikes are required. Metal spikes are not allowed, however, covered athletic shoes with soles that do not cause undue damage to our courses are acceptable.WAILEA BLUE COURSE"The Grand Lady of Wailea" First course ever built in Wailea.Ranked among America's best resort courses by Golf DigestViews of the ocean and Mount HaleakalaDesigned by Arthur Jack Snyder WAILEA EMERALD COURSE"Wailea's Tropical Playground" Rated one of the best new courses by Golf Magazine and Golf Digest, as well as one of North America's most women-friendly by Golf for Women Lush tropical playground where flowers bloom in great abundance. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. WAILEA GOLD COURSE"Wailea's Tropical Playground" The most challenging of Wailea's trio and the New home course of the Senior Skins Game! Elements of classic golf course design, with a rugged, natural look. Throughout the course are stark lava rock outcroppings, indigenous Hawaiian grasses, an abundance of kiawe trees (its flowers make white honey), and more. Ranked among the country's best new courses by Golf Magazine and Golf Digest, and one of the world's best designed by the readers of Conde Nast Traveller. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr.
Snorkeling tour destinations include Coral Gardens, Turtle Town and Molokini Crater, a crescent shaped volcanic formation that is one of the top dive sites in the world. Many of the trips include meals, beverages and all equipment. Depending on the season, whale and dolphin sightings can be quite common
Big game deep sea fishing aboard Coast Guard licensed vessels. Fish for Blue Marlin, Striped Marlin, Spearfish, Tuna, Ono (Wahoo), Mahi Mahi and Shark. All equipment is included and charters can be private or shared.
Dance & Dine aboard a romantic sunset dinner cruise.
A traditional Hawaiian feast and Polynesian show. Enjoy an "All you can eat" buffet and open bar while viewing the traditional dance of Hawaii or the Polynesian revue, featuring dances of Fiji, Samoa, Tonga and and Tahiti, or witness a "World Champion" fire and knife dancer.
Witness the tallest seacliffs in the world and the remote Kalaupapa Peninsula, aboard a "state of the art" 6 or 12 passenger helicopter. See spectacular 1800 foot waterfalls, soar above the majestic Haleakala Crater.
Tour the beautiful "Valley Isle" of Maui, in a comfortable air-conditioned bus, mini-van or limo-van. Discover the Hana Coast, where you can enjoy tropical rain forests, black sand beaches and cascading waterfalls. Take a trip to the world's largest dormant volcano, the Haleakala Crater, or reserve a one day guided tour to Oahu, Kauai or the "Big Island" of Hawaii.
Located in near Kula, in East Maui, approximately 52 miles from Wailea. Haleakala Volcano has last erupted in 1790 A.D.Haleakala Volcano 10,023 feet above see level. From the crater's top most rim to its floor is a drop of 3000 feet.The floor measures 25 square miles, a fascinating area of richly coloured cinder cones.A public observatory stands on the rim of the volcano's crater.Hours: Open Daily 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Weather & Viewing information: Contact the concierge for details.
First capital of the islands and historic heart of Maui, this colourful town is steeped in the memories of ancient Hawaiian rulers and plantation workers of various ethnic origin who migrated to this island. Located 35 miles from Wailea. Great location for shopping and nightlife hotspots on Maui. Excellent restaurants and cafés as well
State-of-the-art aquarium which brings the intriguing underwater world within easy reach of Maui's visitors and residents.Located at Ma'alaea Harbour Village overlooking Ma'alaea Small Boat Harbour on the southwest shore of Maui. Approximately 14 miles North of Wailea. A combination of indoor and outdoor displays with emphasis on exploring and discovering the ocean and its complexity. An adventure in which you descend from black lava shorelines and white sandy beaches, underwater past colourful corals and unique fish, through lava tubes and sea caves, and deep into the open ocean. Hours: Open Daily from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Entrance Fee: Adults $18.50 Children (ages 3-12): $12.50 Seniors & Group Rates available Information: (808) 270-7000
Twelve-acre visual and performing arts complex offering cultural activities, art exhibits, live theatre, musical concerts and more.Located One Cameron Way, Kahului, approximately 26 miles North East of Wailea. Hours: Open Daily from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Entrance Fee: Free admission to exhibits; Charge for performances. Schedule Information: (808) 242-7469
Tour this historical landmark-built in 1834 for a missionary family.Located Front Street, Lahaina, approximately 35 miles North West of Wailea. Hours: Open Daily 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Entrance Fee: $3.00 per person, $5.00 family admission Information: (808) 661-3262
Home to several varieties of tropical and semi-tropical flowers including Maui?s hallmark flower, the protea. You can also view orchids, bromeliads and other native plants.This six-acre garden is designed for casual strolling and identifying plants.Located in Kula, on the slopes of the dormant Haleakala Volcano, approximately 45 miles North of Wailea. Hours: Open Daily 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Entrance Fee: Adults $5.00 Children $1.00 Information: (808) 878-1715
Covering 60 acres in the Waikapu Valley, this working plantation produces sugar cane, pineapple, coffee, bananas, mangoes, papayas, avocado, starfruit and macadamia nuts. The nursery is a feast for the eyes, featuring hibiscus, orchid, ginger and more.Located 1670 Honoapiilani Hwy, Waikapu, approximately 12 miles North of Wailea. The plantation's marketplace has a large selection of official made-on-Maui products: Maui Onions Potato Chips Pineapple Jelly Mango Tea, etc. There is a restaurant and a country store, enjoy lunch and Pineapple cutting demos. Visitors can enjoy a 40-minute Tram tour, which departs every 45 minutes, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Hours: Open Daily from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Entrance Fee: Admission to grounds is Free. Tram tours: Adults $8.00 Children under 12yrs $3.00 Information: (808) 244-7643
Maui is the winter home of the Humpback Whale. The population around the Hawaiian islands is estimated to be about 3000 -- they can often be seen frolicking in front of the resort, from November to April. There are also numerous tour operators