Pro: free dinner shows, good food, great location on ocean with mature trees for free shade and lush vegetation. Close to shopping and great restaurants. Beach and snorkeling gear available for rent.
Con: no hot tubs, poor bell hop service and no carts for bags for people to use, first floor gets bugs in room, very small bathroom. Pricey for value. I would try another hotel in the area, Ka’anapali Beach and save some money, probably get a better room.
Traveller from Michigan
Called Hawaii's "Most Hawaiian Hotel," the 11-acre beachfront Kaanapali Beach Hotel is a quarter-mile from Whalers Village, a …More
This was my second time at the Kaanapali Ali'i and I would return again, The staff are wonderful and the grounds look beautiful. Parking is very easy and walking to/from Whaler's Village is a snap. Fantastic location just a few miles north of Lahaina with amenities aplenty.
Traveller from SF Bay Area CA
Kaanapali Alii's oceanfront towers are set on a wide stretch of Kaanapali Beach, a 3-minute walk from Whalers Village and 36 …More
Aston mahana hotel is very cozy and feels like home.
The couches werent clean or better said old they were worn out almost.
Make sure which building you are staying at cause they are very different. Very quite.
The dishes werent clean as well and we had to rewash everything.
Other than that everything was good
Traveller from los angeles
With views of the islands of Molokai and Lanai, Aston Mahana at Kaanapali hugs the shoreline north of Black Rock, where busy …More
Kaanapali is a prime vantage point for viewing humpback whales, which swim by December to May. The town’s whaling history is displayed at Whaler’s Village, a shopping complex and museum. Visitors also can experience the area’s farming past by riding the Sugar Cane Train, a restored steam locomotive. Snorkelers and divers can enjoy the coral reefs and fish that thrive in nearby Black Rock Beach.