Mauna Lani Point Condos in Kohala Coast, HI

68-1050 Mauna Lani DriveKohala Coast, HI 96743
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Translating to “mountain reaching heaven,” Mauna Lana offers soothing accommodations for visitors of all types to the island of Hawaii. Guests can enjoy staying in one of the luxurious condo-style villas while taking advantage of on-site amenities, including two championship golf courses, an on-site spa and fitness center, ancient Hawaiian fish ponds with calming walking paths, and more.

Property Amenities

  • Beachfront
  • DVD Players Available
  • Express Checkout
  • Free Parking
  • Golf Course Adjacent
  • Inside Corridors
  • Internet Access in Public Areas (free)
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Outside Corridors
  • Porter/Bellman
  • Sauna
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Check-In: 11:00am Check-Out: 2:00pm
Mauna Lani, traditionally known as Kalahuipua'a, this historical place was once where Hawaiian royalty retreated to replenish their Hawaiian souls. Today this special place is called Mauna Lani, meaning "mountain facing the heavens". Mauna Lani's carefully planned and preserved 3,200 acre environment has become the standard by which luxury resorts are measured.

Surrounded by majestic mountain views of Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa, Hualalai, and Kohala striking emerald green fairways, open fields of black lava, white sand beaches, and dramatic ocean coastline, this resort is designed in simple harmony with the natural splendor of the 'aina" land. Truly a tranquil oasis.

Situated on the Kohala Coast’s most dramatic tropical oceanfront location, Mauna Lani Point is the only oceanfront luxury villa accommodations in the resort. Striking views of the blue Pacific contrast against the vibrant greens of Hawaii’s most famous signature golf hole rimmed by the dense black lava.

Situated on 19-spectacular acres, this gated community has sophisticated one- and two-bedroom air-conditioned tropical luxury villas that offer gourmet kitchens, expansive living and dining areas with vaulted ceilings and ceiling fans, and private lanais.

Ideal for family and friends on vacation, Mauna Lani Point offers a spacious 1,300 – 1,900 square feet of tropical luxury along with resort hotel services including daily maid, concierge and bell services. A private recreation center, with heated waterfall pool, whirlpool spa, sauna and gas grills, is dedicated just for guests. Complimentary shuttle service is available and operates within the resort.

Check-In: 2:00pm
Check-Out: 10:00am

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Georgetown, Canada
"Greed in Paradise"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed November 27, 2017
Unit F105 - Mauna Lani Point. 1980’s decor, rusted sinks and taps, rusted fridge, disgusting stains on the carpet, toilets that run on, kitchen cabinets that are hanging by a thread. The list I’m sure is much longer. It’s unbelievable to me that whoever owns this condo continues to rent it a such a dear price and doesn’t upgrade it to the standards that is in keeping with the other units. Shame on you!!! The Classic resort folks warned us upon check in and went out of there way to find us an updated unit for the rest of our stay and for this I thank you. I couldn’t imagine spending another night sleeping there knowing that they are laughing all the way to the bank.
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Bourne, Massachusetts, United States
"Spectacular Location on Big Island"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed November 06, 2017
We had a wonderful stay at the Coastal Dreams Villa d103. It's exactly as depicted in the pictures and located in an amazing area. The views are spectacular. Breathtaking. The beach gear provided is excellent. Tommy Bahamas chairs and umbrella, good cooler, bikes, snorkeling gear, huge soft beach towels...One tip-before loading up the car with the beach chairs, check them for insects. :-) The unit is large and the resort complex is beautiful. In the spirit of full disclosure, I have some additional observations/feedback to share. Some things are beyond the control of the property managers/owners, others could be addressed. Overall, however, I would still highly recommend this villa. The unit was very, very hot and uncomfortable when we arrived. This is a self service rental and you are not greeted upon arrival. That's fine with me, but the unit didn't feel 'fresh.' It didn't appear that it was prepped for our arrival. It seems it's cleaned after someone leaves, and that's it. Not a deal breaker, but a different experience from other villas we've rented in Hawaii. Watch your step! My dad nearly broke his neck going out to the lanai. The view is so amazing that you're looking out the doors, and there are unexpected steps down to go out to the lanai. Odd design (one of those things beyond the control of the owners) that we found dangerous at first. I had to move a couple of chairs to remind my folks to be careful. We spent many hours enjoying the lanai. Although well appointed, the master bathroom is very stuffy. There's no air conditioning in there. There was a big fan available, however. The master bed was very comfortable. The front guest room linens were musty but the bed comfortable. The kitchen is very small, well stocked and the ice maker was EXCELLENT! It really kept up with our daily coolers for the beach. The Mauna Lani Point resort area is amazing. The resort beach is perfect, and the Napau restaurant was great. The grocery store closest to the villa is very expensive, but we forgot to stop at Safeway after leaving the airport so we just stocked up there. The employees were very friendly and helpful. To me, the Big Island is the most amazing place and my favorite island. Mauna Lani Point and the Coastal Dreams villa is the perfect place to stay to enjoy all the island has to offer. I look forward to returning, hopefully next year! Thank you Jeff and Suzanne for providing these beautiful accommodations.
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Waveland, Indiana
"great stay on the big island"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed October 23, 2017
Stayed for a week with another couple,requested 2 bedroom condo asked if we could get king bed in each room( told us they would put to twins together and make king bed) upon check in they said they see what we requested and they had condo with 2 kings.It was a really nice condo,really enjoyed the lani balcony.House keeping came in every day and straightened up and loaded dishwasher n started up.plenty of towels n gave us blue towels for beach.we stayed in F206..The black beach was excellent for snorkeling.Was a great place to stay!!!
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Rick D
San Diego, California
"Unit G-101 some good, some bad, MANY bugs"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed October 16, 2017
Net/net - we would not stay in unit G-101 again and after having stayed in G-101, we would not risk another unit in the development unless we got first hand knowledge that the issues below were not present in those units. This unit gives the appearance of an owner putting the minimal amount of investment into the property to keep it up to a resort standard and milking the unit for all the revenue possible. Having said that, let me discuss the good and the bad. The overall resort of Mauna Lani is great Restaurants, a beach club, a grocery store, shops, a spa, golf. Unit notes - the good: 1) The view in and of itself almost warrants an excellent rating. This is why we did not give this unit a "terrible" rating. 2) It was very quiet, but no one was in the unit above us. Also, we were here in October, so it was off season. In a week, we only saw two other people at the pool. 3) The pool area and grill area are both very nice. 4) Covered parking. 5) The Beach Club. 6) The resort as a whole seems well maintained. 7) The front desk staff are fantastic - friendly, attentive. 8) Daily housekeeping. 9) No resort fee. Free parking. The bad - 1) Bugs, bugs, and more bugs. Lots of small dark little bugs walking around. Not sure what they were. Luckily they did not bite or we would look like we have measles. Roaches - dead, but in a visible spot, so they were alive until they walked out from the shadows and croaked. There were bug traps all over the place and yet there were still many live bugs. 2) Dated and worn - SubZero should be commended as I think the refrigerator may be an original appliance. So dated you could see the ravages of the elements on the internal shelving. Dishwasher might have been original as well as it was an eggshell color, likely from the white color having faded over the decades. 3 different finishes across the appliances - wood grain, black, white. Furniture was old, many stains on the couch cushions. Throw rugs were not fit for Goodwill. 3) Nickel-and-dime - You are paying top dollar, but despite the daily housekeeping, you have to pay for extra packets of coffee and laundry detergent. Shampoo was a "conditioning shampoo", i.e. the cheap stuff they use at Motel 6 to avoid having to give you both shampoo and conditioner. 4) No High-Def TV - OK, I know you are thinking I should lighten up and enjoy the vacation. Well, October is perfect for Hawaii - small crowds, football, and playoff baseball. After all you can only lay at the pool/beach so much. Watching games on low def where the picture is stretched to the point you can't see the score is not my idea of a luxury residence. AWFUL. TV was an old 27" Sony Bravia (commend Sony on a good decades old product as well) and was in a cabinet at near floor level. Cable channels were the minimal package - had to watch two baseball games on my iPad. The unit did have a VHS player, so bring tapes along. Overall we were disappointed as the items noted would not require much of an investment to have been avoided.
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Colorado Springs, Colorado
"Close to heaven, just one problem"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed October 08, 2017
This condo development is part of a larger area that includes the Mauna Lani Hotel & the Fairmont Orchid. Driving in from the main highway you come to a roundabout from which you can go to either of the three lodging areas or to the shopping center right there, which include restaurants, shops, & a small but very comprehensive supermarket. Driving around toward the ML Point entrance you go past the road to a public black sand beach (we went once-it has very little shade), & after registering at the office, go through the gates to your unit. Our 1-bedroom condo was 'oceanview' which meant looking over a short lawn, lava field, & fairway to the ocean through panoramic glass doors. The unit itself had breathtaking, upscale finishes that must have cost the owner (more about him/her later) a bundle, & that we really appreciated. The bedroom was very large, with a desk area adjoining, & a large bath; there was also a halfbath just off the foyer. The kitchen was equipped with everything we could have wished for, from the basics to a cooler & a rice cooker. Daily housekeeping kept everything shipshape. The pool/hot tub/sauna/grilling area is close to the 'D' building, & we went several times, usually in the evenings, when we were the only people there. Only once, about 11 a.m., did we find other swimmers. This area is secluded & lovely. BTW, free copies of the Honolulu newspaper are available there in the mornings. There's so much to do that it wasn't necessary to leave the area! Access to the gated beach club is included with a key card (don't lose it or you're out $100), & the beach there is delightful. The waters are serene, & snorkeling is great. Cabanas & lounge chairs are also complementery, first-come, first-served. The bar/restaurant opens at 11 so there's no need to bring food unless you want to. We walked the shoreline path from our unit around to the beach, 'hiked' the royal fish pond area, visited the petroglyphs.....all in or close to the development. Only glitch was that as soon as we arrived (on a Tuesday) I started a load of wash & the washer immediately overflowed. Nate, the wonderful head maintenance engineer, came right away & thought he'd fixed it, but the next load overflowed worse, soaking the carpet in the hall, & the bathroom floor, so he had to disconnect the unit. The office manager offered to move us to another unit but it was upstairs & had only fairway views, not the oceanview we'd paid for, so I said no. Besides, we really loved the unit we were in. I asked that instead, could we have our laundry done by the company free? No, not possible, but they offered to open another vacant unit near ours for me to do the laundry that day. And no, they couldn't give us any kind of restaurant comp for our inconvenience, either. Part of the reason for not doing anything more was that we had booked through a third party (Pleasant Holidays). Anyhow, since clothes needed washing, I went down the other unit & spent the afternoon dealing with laundry. The AC was off, & things got so hot that I turned it on for the duration of my visit. (And, of course, turned it off when I left.) After stewing all evening, I called Pleasant Holidays, the aforementioned third party, to ask for their guidance in the situation. The PH rep put me on hold while she called ML Point's office, then came back a few minutes later to explain that there were no other oceanview, 1 bedroom units available for us to move to (okay, I get that), but that if we could not work out something to our satisfaction, to call her again. A little while later we got a call from the office, offering us a check for the amount of 1 night's stay for our inconvenience, & saying that they would contact the unit owner to see how he/she wanted to proceed. We could also continue to use the vacant unit's laundry facilities. Because we liked our own unit so much except for the soggy carpet, we agreed. Maintenance also brought in a large fan, pulled up the carpet, & ran the fan 24/7 for a couple of days to try to dry it out. Thankfully, we usually sleep with a white noise machine, so the fan noise was a substitute. All ended well, with the unit owner having a new LG washer/dryer installed on Friday. Since we were staying till the next Tuesday, that worked out fine. Except for the washer/dryer situation, which was resolved in 3 days, the condo was perfect, the location perfect, the amenities perfect. And after writing this review, I want to go back NOW.
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