The Islands at Mauna Lani and Champion Ridge at Mauna Lani
The Islands at Mauna Lani offers extra spacious two-story condo rentals with tropical vistas across emerald green fairways and flowering gardens with swaying palm trees. The estate home Champion Ridge at Mauna Lani features a privileged location at the highest point of Champion Ridge with unobstructed panoramic views of the ocean, mountains & golf course plus an infinity pool. The stunning residence sleeps 8 in lavish comfort.
The serene vibe and beautifully landscaped gardens of The Islands at Mauna Lani and the estate home Champion Ridge at Mauna Lani create a relaxing mood for extended family vacations and friends traveling together. All luxury condo residences offer space, privacy and value unmatched by hotels.
Savings are everywhere from free parking to the guarantee of no resort fee. Yet guests enjoy hotel-like amenities including:
BELL SERVICE, GUEST SERVICES STAFF AND SECURITY
Compare the professional hotel-style services offered with independent vacation rentals and you will see there is no comparison. Guests of these Hawaii condos and the estate home enjoy bell service to transport luggage and grocery provisions and security services.
CONCIERGE/GUEST SERVICES DESK
The friendly guest services staff offers knowledgeable advice, great rates, and reservations for all Hawaii activities from luaus and dinner cruises to bicycle adventures and helicopter tours. Dinner reservations are also easily arranged.
Here are some highlights of things to do during your Hawaii condo vacation:
MAUNA LANI BEACH CLUB
Exclusive access to the Mauna Lani Beach Club is included for all guests of The Islands at Mauna Lani and the estate home at Champion Ridge at Mauna Lani. This crescent white sand beach is nestled in a secluded cove and perfect for swimming and snorkeling. A relaxed beachfront restaurant, Napua, showcases the bounty of Hawaii for lunch, sunset cocktails and dinners.
PRIVATE POOL & ENTERTAINMENT PAVILION WITH GAS BARBECUE GRILLS
A luxurious pool & entertainment pavilion is reserved exclusively for guests of The Islands at Mauna Lani. Relax by the swimming pool with a lava rock waterfall surrounded by welcoming lounge chairs and a whirlpool spa.
Adjacent to the pool is an open-air entertainment pavilion with gas barbecue grills, an outdoor kitchen and tables for casual dining.
Within walking distance of the estate home Champion Ridge at Mauna Lani is a beautiful private garden of fruit trees reserved for guests of Champion Ridge.
Mauna Lani Resort Francis H. Ii Brown Golf Courses
The Mauna Lani golf courses are immediately recognizable for the stark beauty of black lava contrasted with emerald green fairways.
The South Course snakes through the stark, rugged a'a lava of the prehistoric Kaniku lava flow, offering a panorama of mountain and ocean views alongside a challenging golf experience. No. 15 is one of the most photographed over-the-water golf course holes in the world.
Both The Islands at Mauna Lani and the estate home Champion Ridge at Mauna Lani are located on the emerald green fairways of the North Course. Built on a lava bed, it is characterized by rolling terrain punctuated by kiawe (mesquite) forests. Number 17 is a par three tucked into a natural lava amphitheater and one of Mauna Lani resort's signature holes.
Just a short drive from Mauna Lani along the sunny Kohala Coast are many other renowned golf courses including Mauna Kea, Hapuna and Waikoloa.
The Shops at Mauna Lani offer a grocery market and a wide range of boutiques and souvenir shops. Also there are many free activities that offer the opportunity for hands-on experiences of Hawaiian lei making and weaving. There are also dining options galore from take-out to fine dining.
Along the ocean next to the Mauna Lani Beach Club, ancient Hawaiian fishponds have been carefully restored and now offer romantic strolling paths. Historic petroglyph fields are also easily accessible and feature interpretive signage.
Mauna Lani is much more than the sum of all these enticing resort amenities. This is a very special place where Hawaiian culture is preserved and kept alive for guests to discover. Traditionally known as Kalahuipuaa, this was a place where Hawaiian royalty retreated to replenish their souls. Now called Mauna Lani, meaning mountain reaching heaven, continues to be a place to relax and rejuvenate body and soul.