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Here Today Gone To Maui!

REASONS TO RENT THIS CONDO: Our check in time is earlier than most and the check out time is later. This is huge! Also, our taxes are included !! Our cleaning fees are lower than most, check it out! We have a really great location! Walk everywhere This condo is in the perfect position of the complex. Your parking spot is almost right out side the door , ground floor, pool access out front door, laundry room steps away, garden lanai, King bed, memory foam mattress, bamboo sheets!

$139 per night
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Quiet Studio, Great location across from beach

My place is located in sunny Kihei and only 20 minutes from the airport. The studio is right across the street from Kalepolepo Beach and the Whale Sanctuary. The studio is centrally located in Maui near many beaches, restaurants, and shopping centers which is very convenient. The famous Ululani's shaved ice along with various fruit stands are only a few minutes away. You can whale watch, paddleboard, snorkel, sight see, and enjoy the most amazing sunsets in Maui!

$99 per night
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210A Studio/Hotel Room Across from Ocean

Small Private Studio in Island Surf condo building located directly across from the ocean. Perfect location to food, night life, shopping and the beach. It has a private entrance with "New "Queen Bed and a Full size Bathroom. Includes Beach chairs, snorkel gear, cooler and kitchenette. Free parking in parking lot in rear of building. Price includes all taxes and fees.

$125 per night

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Kihei Hideaway
$124 per night
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Cajudoy's Hale - STKM 2O13-OO18/TA-081-709-8752-01
$310 per night
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Maui Sunset Resort A102 - Aloha Mai, Remodel, Ground floor, 1BR/2BA, Sleeps 5, AC, Wifi, Pool!
$241 per night
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401 Nani Kai Hale**Beachfront**Newly Remodeled!
$227 per night
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A Piece of Paradise: Private/Pool #BBKM20150003
$153 per night
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Exclusive Beachfront Cottage, Ocean Views, WiFi/AC
$315 per night
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No car needed! Beach -Ocean/Surf - Private Studio
$126 per night
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Fab Beach Condo-Low $, Slp. 4, Grnd Level by Pool!
$165 per night
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GARDEN ROOM, private bathroom, separate entrance
$161 per night
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Hawaiian-style 1 BR Condo - steps from the beach!
$195 per night
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Aloha AKU Hula Suite - Beachfront, 1 BR/Bath, LR w/Full Kit, Lanai, AC, WiFi
$360 per night
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OCEANFRONT HOME*UNINTERRUPTED*HOT TUB*PRIVATE GEM
$1,099 per night

Kihei beachfront vacation rentals

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Renovated Studio Directly Across from Ocean
$125 per night
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OCEANFRONT Hono Kai / TA-081-709-8752-01
$200 per night
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90° Pacific Ocean View of Waipu’ilani Beachfront
$151 per night
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Luana Kai Oceanfront Condo by Owner
$125 per night
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Maui Banyan STUDIO, G bldg, steps to beach, extras
$195 per night
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Coastal Luxury Right On World-Famous Sugar Beach!
$268 per night
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Spectacular Beach View from Relaxing Condo
$170 per night
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Luxury Beachfront Remodel with 180° Ocean Views
$279 per night
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Hawaiian Paradise Escape Across Street from Beach
$139 per night
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Upgraded And Steps Away From The Best Maui Beach !
$169 per night
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*DIRECTLY Across Beaches*Best Location*South Maui
$159 per night
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Oceanfront in Central Kihei 2 bed/2 bath +3rd loft
$200 per night

Kihei condo rentals

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Kihei Maui Studio Condo with king size bed *2
$129 per night
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Maui Vista, Kihei Cool and Comfy Get-away
$125 per night
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Cozy Surf Suite
$130 per night
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Lush Updated Garden Retreat-Koa Resort 1B
$145 per night
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Kihei Kai Nani 123 , Ground floor corner unit
$132 per night
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Maui Vista Ground Floor Across Street From Beach
$156 per night
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Entirely Upgraded Resort condo near the beach
$149 per night
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Maui’s beautiful Sunsets
$170 per night
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Maui - Another Day In Paradise
$199 per night
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Maui Mania
$158 per night
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Designer Island Industrial Studio Steps from Beach
$182 per night
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1B Maui Vista Condo w/ Beach Access
$212 per night

Your guide to Kihei

Introduction

Blessed with six miles of coastline, the beachfront town of Kihei is located in one of the driest and sunniest sections of Maui. It’s a beach lovers’ destination where once-in-a-lifetime sunsets seem to happen daily, affordable shopping and dining options are numerous, and condo rentals are near safe, swimmable beaches like Kamaole Beach Park III that invite underwater exploration with just a mask and snorkel. Kihei is also central to many of the island’s more popular destinations, such as ʻIao Valley, Lahaina, and Maui’s North Shore. Unlike the highly developed and resort-laden Kāʻanapali, Kihei retains a laid-back dose of local flavor, including roadside food stands, farmers’ markets, and families selling homemade wares.


How do I get around Kihei?

Most travelers flying direct from the mainland will land at Kahului Airport (OGG), the island’s largest airport, currently serviced by 10 domestic airlines. Another option is to fly into Honolulu’s Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL) in Oahu before continuing on to Maui, as the short flight between islands takes only 30 minutes.

Designated taxi and rideshare pickup spots are stationed on Floor 1 of the Kahului Airport, located to the right upon exit from the terminal. The Maui Bus public transit system provides limited service to the airport. Car rentals are available a short distance from the terminal, but require a shuttle ride from the baggage claim area. Having a rental car in Maui will help you explore Maui’s landmarks and find those really special hidden spots.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Kihei?

Like all of the Hawaiian Islands, Maui is both blessed with pleasantly warm weather year-round as well as a variety of microclimates capable of delivering sun, drizzle, and sometimes a deluge of rain in a matter of minutes. The South Shore, Kahului, Kihei, Wailea, and Makena are drier, while the northern end of the island, from Kaanapali toward Kapalua, deliver a greater chance of rain. Pack for daytime temperatures in the mid-70s to mid-80s Fahrenheit, with evening temperatures usually falling between the mid-60s and low 70s across the island.

The only destination warranting special attention is the Haleakalā Visitor Center, situated 9,740 feet atop Haleakalā National Park, where temperatures can drop into the 40s or lower and wind is likely.


What are the top things to do in Kihei?

Road to Hana

If you’re a fan of scenic road trips, this winding 10-hour, 64-mile journey defines “unforgettable,” delivering around 600 hairpin turns, 60 bridges (many one-way), and countless waterfalls along the way. Most visitors will stop in the quaint town of Hana before turning back, but if weather permits, you can take the road less traveled for another 44 miles to complete the entire loop, where the Pools at 'Ohe'o in Haleakalā National Park and the young lava fields of Haleakalā await.

Humpback Whale Watching

If you’re planning to visit Maui between November and May, there’s a good chance you’ll spot North Pacific humpback whales migrating offshore. Whale-watching tours depart from the harbors of Lahaina and Maʻalaea. Those who prefer to stay on land can watch the whales from Maʻalaea Bay. Just remember to bring binoculars for optimal viewing.

Haleakalā Crater

Even if you don’t wake up early enough to watch the sunrise from this spectacular 1 million-year-old, 10,000-foot summit, the 2-hour drive up the mountain from the base of Haleakalā National Park can offer a dramatic four-seasons-in-one-day adventure. Just be sure to bring a jacket or sweatshirt, as high winds and 40-degree Fahrenheit temperatures are not uncommon.