|Snowbirds||Escape Winter||Spring||School is Out||4th of July|
|Jan 10th to Jan 31st||Feb 1st to April 30th||May 1st to May 31st||June 1st to June 30th||July 1st to 11th|
|$349 per Night||$349 per Night||$299 per Night||$349 per Night||$395 per Night|
|Summer||Back to School||Thanksgiving||Preholidays||Holidays|
|July 12st to Aug 20th||Aug 21st to Nov 21st||Nov 22nd to Nov 30th||Dec 1st to Dec 16th||Dec 17th to Jan 9th|
|$349 per Night||$299 per Night||$349 per Night||$329 per Night||$595 per Night|
After a long day at the beach, enjoy a nice massage or facial at the Ho’ola Spa located in the Konea Tower and is open daily between 9am and 7pm. If you want to get that extra workout in, the Fitness Center is also located in Konea Tower and is open 24hrs.
Located in the Hokulani Tower, ‘Aina Cafe is a convenient cafe with sandwiches, salads, and even gelato! Whaler’s Store in the Konea Tower has all the last minute items you forgot back home or at the market.
Located right on Ka’anapali beach with views of Lanai and Molokai. Enjoy the convenience of Duke’s Restaurant residing right in the middle of the resort. You must try the famous Hula Pie!
Enjoy the many pools at Honua Kai. There is an area for everyone. The kid friendly pool has waterfalls and even a waterslide. For those that are looking for some quiet time, the adult pool is tucked away from it all. 5 hot tubs are spread out along the pool area for you to relax.
If you’re looking for an evening in – grab some steaks and enjoy the sunset. There are plenty of BBQs around the pool areas for guests to utilize.
You’ll never forget your keys at the pool or beach with wristband access
This place is magical! I can just stare at the rainbows over the mountain from the balcony all day.
Thank you for hosting us for our honeymoon! We were thrilled with the condo! After spending the days at the pool and beach, we loved to sit on the lanai with a cup of tea to enjoy the views of the mountain.
Konea 830 was the perfect condo for our family. The kitchen had all the supplies we needed when we wanted to cook meals. We walked right downstairs to Dukes when we wanted to eat out. The kids had a chance to feed the koi, met a lot of friends while playing at the pool, and loved getting local gelato at the ‘Aina Market