Experience newly refurbished studio and one-bedroom condos in a private oceanfront setting.
Visiting Outrigger Napili Shores is like staying with a best friend. The surroundings embrace you with warmth and hospitality, from the fragrant plumeria blossoms and well tended gardens to the private oceanfront at Napili Bay. You'll be entranced by spectacular views of Molokai and Lanai, and the humpback whales that entertain offshore from December through April.
Napili's quiet neighborhood is as comfortable as your own backyard. But posh Kapalua Resort is just minutes away if you get the urge to dress for dinner or to challenge your game on championship fairways.
Check-in/Check-out: Check-in 3 pm Check-out 12 noon Late check-out is subject to charge.
Family Plan: No additional charge for children 17 years and younger sharing accommodations with parents in existing beds.
Minimum Night Stay: Three-night minimum stay required December 22 - January 4.
Taxes: Room rates do not include Hawaii State General Excise Tax and Hawaii Transient Accommodations Tax. Taxes will be added to total charges at check-out. Tax rates are subject to change without notice and any increases will be passed on to the guest.
Deposit Policy: A reservation is guaranteed with a valid credit card or cash deposit of the first night room rate plus tax received within 10 days of booking.
Cancellation Policy: A reservation must be canceled 3 days or more prior to arrival to avoid a cancellation charge of the first night room rate plus tax.
Holiday Deposit and
Cancellation Policy Applies to dates of stay December 22 - January 4. A reservation is guaranteed with a valid credit card or cash deposit of 2 nights room rate plus tax received within 10 days of booking. A reservation must be cancelled 30 days or more prior to arrival for full refund of deposit.
Reservation policies are subject to change without notice.
Address Information and Location Maps
Address: 5315 Lower Honoapiilani Road,
Every unit at Outrigger Napili Shores is fresh and new with custom furniture and bedding, plantation-style shutters, flat-screen televisions, ceiling fans, carpets and drapery. Bathrooms are completely redone and kitchens are enhanced with new ranges, refrigerators, dishwashers, microwave ovens, cabinets, and counters.
Oceanfront Gazebo Restaurant offers marvelous views of Napili Bay and the islands of Molokai and Lanai. Macadamia nut pancakes are our specialty.
Located at Outrigger Napili Shores
Open for breakfast and lunch 7:30 am - 2 pm
Old Lahaina Luau
This much complimented luau and Polynesian show is a feast for the senses.
Located oceanfront at 1251 Front Street in Lahaina
One of the best-loved restaurants on the island, Sansei is Japanese with a Hawaiian twist. Inspired dishes include panko-crusted 'ahi (panko are Japanese bread crumbs), spicy fried calamari, mango-and-crab-salad roll, and a decadent foie gras nigiri (served on rice without seaweed) sushi. Desserts often use local fruit; the Kula-persimmon creme brulee is stunning. The new location in Kihei is a popular karaoke hangout, serving late-night sushi at half price. -- Fodors.com
Located at 600 Office Road in Kapalua
Open daily for dinner 5:30 pm - 10 pm
Plantation House Restaurant
It's hard to decide which is better here, the food or the view. Hills, grassy volcanic ridges lined with pine trees, and fairways that appear to drop off into the ocean provide an idyllic setting. The specialty is fresh island fish prepared according to different "tastes" -- Upcountry Maui, Asian-Pacific, Provence, and others. The breeze through the large shuttered windows can be cool, so you may want to bring a sweater or sit by the fireplace. -- Fodors.com
Located at Plantation Course Clubhouse, 2000
Plantation Club Drive in Kapalua
Open daily for breakfast, lunch, dinner
The Banyan Tree
Named the "Best Restaurant on Maui" by the readers of Maui No Ka Oi magazine, The Banyan Tree creates a memorable dining experience matched by views of Molokai and the Pailolo Channel.
Located at the Ritz-Carlton Kapalua, 1 Ritz-Carlton Drive
Open daily for dinner
Outside your room, you'll find all the natural pleasures that you've come to expect. Magnificent vistas of Molokai and Lanai. The tranquility of Napili Bay, an underwater paradise for snorkelers. Just minutes away, five championship golf courses and great tennis await you in Ka‘anapali and Kapalua Resorts. You can also enjoy a front-row seat for whale watching during the winter months. Or relax in our two pools and soothing whirlpool spa.
Maui is almost like two islands. East Maui dominated by massive Haleakala Crater, the other by the rainbow-crowned West Maui Mountains. The duality is not only geographic. It is reflected in the spirit of the island.
The galleries of Lahaina hang the art some of the world's foremost painters. There are music festivals, the Maui Film Festival and food and wine celebrations. And Maui restaurants display highly complimented culinary sophistication. All this goes on while Maui pursues traditional ways with hula events, canoe races, down-home luau, rodeos, and gifts of Hawaiian song.
There's more to do on Maui that could be squeezed into a lifetime of holidays. Sail to the island of Lanai for a picnic, or to Molokini for snorkeling. Bicycle down Haleakala, an extinct volcano. Challenge your game on championship golf courses. Sip a local vintage at a 100-year old jailhouse transformed into the tasting room of Hawaii's only winery.
The readers of Conde Nast Traveler Magazine have voted Maui the best island in the world for years. Could it be Lahaina Town that retains the charm of a 19th century whaling port? Or the winding road to Hana with waterfalls and grand vistas that sail around every turn? Or the more than eighty beaches with sands of gold, black, ruby, green olivine, and purest white?
Maui calls itself the Magic Isle. Prepare to be enchanted.