Maui Kamaole

Address: 2777 South Kihei Road, Kihei, Maui, Hawaii, 96753, United States | 3 star condo
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This 3 star condo, located on 2777 South Kihei Road, Kihei, is near Discover Hawaii Tours, The Scuba Shack, Keawakapu Beach, and Awapuhi Adventures.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Maui Kamaole Kihei

    Very nice property, but condos vary widely...


    We just stayed at the Maui Kamaole and the property itself is a very well-maintained, lush environment. The units are individually owned, and the quality varies widely. We reserved the top--of-the-line 2 Bedroom/2Bath Oceanview unit through Maui Condo & Home Realty. Our first night we stayed in an absolute dump of a unit (Unit I-214, for the record...) which had one A/C unit in the living room (none in either Bedroom), filthy carpets, broken electrical appliances and a list of other unpleasantries too long to list here. As it was a Sunday night, we were told we had to contact the off-site management office in the morning. When they did move us, not only were we not compensated for the nightmare of a condo, we were charged a "relocation fee" of $50.00 (reduced from the normal $100.00, what a wonderful surprise). The story had a happy ending, however as the condo we moved to was absolutely stunning. The decor and amenities were just gorgeous and the view was so beautiful that we didn't want to leave the place to do anything else. Overall, the property is very inviting, extremely well-located (South Kihei, right at the gateway to Wailea) and has gorgeous ocean and mountain views.

    A nice place to stay on Maui


    We stayed in a 2-bedroom unit during the last week of March, 2004. We were very happy with the accomodations, and would stay here again.

    One thing that is nice about this property is that the buildings are not crowded onto a small piece of property. At Maui Kamaole the buildings have been carefully placed to maximize views on sloping property that is beautifully landscaped. Coming from the bare and downright ugly landscape of Minnesota at the end of the snowmelt in late March, I enjoyed the variety of trees and plants such as hibiscus and bougainvillea that were planted throughout the property. There is a lot of green space and the grounds are well-maintained.

    Maui Kamaole has a convenient location - less than 30 minutes from the airport, and between grocery and other stores in Kihei and the resort restaurants and shopping of Wailea. Each unit has a reserved parking space very close by, which you would never find with the large resorts.

    The two swimming pools are both nice - the newer one features nice landscaping, but the old one is also pleasant. There are two tennis courts in good condition. From our unit we had a nice view of the beach and the Maui sunsets. This property is across the street from a public boat landing and a good beach (Kam III). The only reason that someone might want a different property is if you want to be directly on the beach so that you can hear the surf at night. Our unit has been recently decorated. Everything was clean and well-maintained. The kitchen was basic contemporary, with white cabinets. For the price range, I thought this was a very nice place to stay on Maui. I would definitely stay here again if I were to return to Hawaii.

    A cut above


    You will dig this spot. It's got Wailea quality at Kihei prices. Be sure to check out the upper pool. We got to talking to the guy who manages the place and he recommended spots all over the island. Quality units unlike some of the beat up condos all over Kihei. Our spot even got a bit of an ocean view and was completely brand new. Enjoy this bargain.

    Love At First Sight


    We were fortunate to spend almost 3 wonderful weeks on Maui in November 2003 staying at the Maui Kamaole. I can not vouch for any other units in this complex but the condo we stayed at was fantastic. The Unit number was J-216, a 2 bedroom ocean view, having all the amenities one could imagine. The owners have maintained their condo extremely well.

    We arrived to a clean, seemingly freshly painted unit with all the comforts of home. I wouldn't hesitate a moment to stay again at the Maui Kamaole -- hopefully I could get J-216 again. Even as I write this review it seems I can hear the sun, sand and surf calling me back.

    Flooded Condominium, Soured Carpets


    We stayed in I-118 October 17 - 22. The condo flooded while we were there, due to a water filter installed by owner. We were forced to clean clean up the mess ourselves. They did come in later and wet vac the carpets, but it still soured. We had to put up with soggy carpets and the smell of soured carpets for our last three nights. The condominium management company, (Resort Quest) refused to move us to another condo or to refund any of our money.

    Another thing about this first floor condo that was a problem - There were no privacy blinds, shutters or curtains on the windows. Anyone passing by could look into your rooms at anytime, including the landscapers who were outside my windows everyday!!!!

    Honeymoon in Maui


    We stayed here for our honeymoon and it was great. Stayed for 2 weeks and enjoyed the large 1 bedroom, 2 bath, king size bed, washer and dryer, and the private lanai and courtyard. We had a rental car and made it all over the island. Can't go wrong when you are on Maui.

    Beautiful Property


    We stayed at the Maui Kamaole for 11 days in August. We were sorry to have to leave for stay in Honolulu! A well positioned, suberbly maintained property. We were in a one bedroom which had a ton of room for the four of us, 2 pools, a barbeque right outside available to all properties and very near some exquisite beaches South of us. The pools were so nice we had trouble going to the beach. Great golf at Makena, Wailea and Elleair all within 15 minutes plus many great restaurants one named Da Kitchen just up the road was 'da best'. The food and price were excellent. With all the things to do in Maui - Molokini, Haleakala, Lahaina, golf, Maui was great and Maui Kamaole a perfect fit. Being able to stock up at Costco, right by the airport for supplies, an additional savings and bonus

    Loved the Maui Kamaole


    We stayed at the Maui Kamaole for 7 days/6 nights. We had a 2 bedroom garden view. The condo was beautiful...very clean and spacious. It offers a loft bedroom that my daughter loved. Kamaole beach is walking distance across the street and the Wailea beach (gorgeous!) is a 5 minute drive. Every room had their own seperate air conditioners, so we set ours to individual preference. Our condo was in the back, which was great because it was very quiet at night. The concierge service was helpful getting activities set up for us because there is just so much to do and Kihei is in the middle of everything. We vacationed with 3 other couples who stayed at 3 different condos close by and the Maui Kamaole was by far the nicest. I would recommend it to anyone.

    Relaxing Stay


    We enjoyed staying at Maui Kamaole for about 8 days. The 2 bedroom, oceanview condo was very comfortable, well decorated and furnished with enough kitchen stuff to make cooking easy. Having breakfast on the lanai is a good way to start any day! We were able to enjoy the ocean breezes due to the cross-ventilation and didn't use the air conditioners at all. The hot tub at the upper pool was relaxing and the beautiful flowers and landscaping really enhanced our visit. This is also a quieter part of Kihei since it is closer to Wailea than it is to Kihei town center. We were 5 minutes away from a luau in Wailea, but could still easily go see the views past Kapalua or Lahaina in a day's outing. Being so close to the 3 Kamaole beaches was great and it was also easy to go to Big Beach. If the maid had been a little more thorough before we arrived and if the towels and blankets were a little more luxurious, the ameneties would have been perfect, but still on a scale of 1 to 10, the overall experience was an 8. I would trust Maui Kamaole again.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Maui Kamaole Kihei

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Kihei

    Mama and the Road

    A travel blog entry by oski on Mar 30, 2015

    13 photos

    ... we were in an expensive restaurant in Maui. It was all incredible, with the sashimi being the highlight for me. We finished the meal with fresh-pressed Kona coffee, not having any room for dessert. But we did notice the table next to us ordered the Polynesian Black Pearl dessert, which consists of a pastry shaped like a sea shell, filled with a black-chocolate mouse so it looks like a baseball-sized black pearl in a shell. We had to suppress our ...

    Last day Maui - on way to New Zealand

    A travel blog entry by rkmlphillips on Dec 16, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    Finished off our visit to Hawaii on a high - spectacular lunch at Masamoto restaurant before heading off to the airport for long-haul to Auckland. The Japanese simply get it right with quality raw ingredients and simple, yet detailed preparation.
    Family distraught that we essentially lost a day travelling across the international date line.. left Honolulu ...

    Close Encounter

    A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Aug 28, 2014

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... the set lulls. Finally, 3 massive waves try to tear us from our handholds. I yell " Now! Climb!" and see Jeff climbing, but my rock is too steep. I shout out to him that I need to let go and try to get carried a little further in - I do and am able to grab hold again. I see Jeff on top of the rocks, blood running down both legs. A wave slams me sideways - man, THAT is going to leave a bruise. Jeff is working his way across the rocks still wearing his fins. ...

    A few days exploring Maui

    A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 28, 2014

    6 comments, 64 photos

    ... land between the base of the volcano and the sea, and the road runs right beside the sea. There are a lot of locals camping fairly rough along the shore. Inland the land gets greener. We follow a turn-off inland towards a massive rift in the volcano, up a pretty wide and well-made road, but we don’t get far up it before we are stopped by a civilian patrol man, who tells us we have to go back. He allows us to take a photo of the chasm, then we continue on ...

    Traveler Photos Maui Kamaole Kihei

    Pool area - Maui Kama'ole complex
    Kihei, United States