Welcome to Mauna Lani
A tropical oasis nestled along the western Kohala Coast that offers world-class amenities.
Also known as Kalahuipua'a, Mauna Lani was the traditional seat of Hawaiian Royalty. It's located on Ili Kupono, or Royal Lands. It is the only location where you can marvel at the world-famous five volcanoes instilling ancient energy that lives in prehistoric petroglyphs, historic fishponds, and the resort.
The recently completed Mauna Lani Resort is a 3,200-acre luxury property that boasts natural beauty and regal history. The resort was designed to take advantage of Kohala Coast's raw beauty. With its crystal waters, sparkling coral reefs, and vast open spaces, Mauna Lani is the perfect place for someone interested in exploring nature in its purest form.
This exquisite shoreline community has it all when it comes to real estate opportunities. Options include vacant lots, custom homes, condo complexes with their own amenities, oceanfront luxury estates, and more. Mauna Lani real estate owners have access to luxury amenities, including private beach clubs, world-class golf courses, tennis clubs, upscale dining and shopping, and more.
What to Love
- Newly renovated Mauna Lani Resort with major upgrades
- Incredible dining options
- Access to private beach clubs
Mauna Lani residents enjoy the convenience of upscale shopping, restaurants, and world-class golf courses. They also have access to a gourmet grocery store, art galleries, and luxury designers. Residents and guests revel in greeting the morning sun as it rises above the mountain peaks from the seat of an outrigger canoe. The sunsets are just as beautiful.
It's easy to lose yourself in Mauna Lani's history, thanks to the abundance of stories offered by Uncle Danny, a local historian at the resort. He leans on his background to create cultural experiences that explore Hawaiian rituals and celebrations.
Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping
Located in Fairmont Orchid Resort, Brown's Beach House serves unique culinary creations such as Hawaiian Ahi Poke, Truffled Mac and Cheese with Bacon, and tender Filet Mignon. The views are spectacular, and every bit of your experience at this restaurant feels classy and sophisticated.
Warm island breezes and spectacular sunset views make Tommy Bahama Restaurant & Beach Bar perfect for lunch, dinner, and happy hour. Chef Stannis and his team prepare delicious seafood and delicacies made using local produce from the islands. Whether you want to book one of the dining rooms for a special event or unwind after a long day with dinner and drinks, Tommy Bahama's will transform your island experience dream into a reality.
The Shops at Mauna Lani feature restaurants, boutique shops, and a gourmet grocery store. Conveniently located at Mauna Lani Resort, the shops offer a high-end experience in an open walkway-styled venue. Whether you are looking for entertainment and art, an interior designer, new golf clubs, or upscale dining, The Shops at Mauna Lani will provide.
Things to do
One of the key benefits of living in this resort community is access to Mauna Lani's Golf Courses. Both are design masterpieces and great examples of what environmentally-conscious golf architecture can achieve. You'll find ancient Hawaiian petroglyphs, archaeological sites, fish ponds, and trails throughout the courses.
Mauna Lani offers an innovative approach to resort recreation with its Kainalu Ocean Sports program. From paddle sports to biking, the program emphasizes the direct relationship between the sea and the mountains or, as the locals say, Mauka to Makai. Train your body for peak performance with underwater rock running, swim with dolphins, or snorkel with manta rays.
Make time to visit the Petroglyph Archaeological Preserve and explore over 3,000 petroglyphs and lava rock carvings dating back to 1200 AD. For a lazy afternoon, the public beaches of Mauna Lani offer the perfect opportunity to explore tide pools, view sea turtles at sunset, or lounge at the cabanas with a drink.
Give your day a perfect ending by ordering dinner at Napua at Mauna Lani Beach Club. The secluded eatery serves locally sourced, regional cuisine in an open-air oceanfront setting. Start your weekend every Friday evening with a traditional Hale Hoaloha Lūʻau celebration at Mauna Lani Luau. The weekly feast celebrates the islands' cuisines cooked traditionally and served family-style.