A special thank you to both Maui Brewing Co., and Hawaii Sea Spirits for their progressive thinking and answering to the shortage of hand sanitizer. Both companies normally make alcohol and have now started making hand sanitizer due to the demand currently faced on Maui from the Coronavirus.
First responders and the needy are receiving donations of the alcohol based sanitizer. Maui Brewing Co., now doing take out orders only, is giving to go orders one hand sanitizer from both locations in Kihei and Lahaina.
Thank you for your great efforts in helping keep our community healthy!
The 75 unit project on the corner of Okolani and Wailea Alanui will open up this next weekend. These beautiful condos (non vacation rentals) will offer two and three bedroom units plus penthouses. Prices will start at $1.5M. Great views from many. We will get the plans and all soon. Reservations will be available when officially ready within a week! Call or email us at dad@Mauirealestate.net
Severe winter weather conditions closed down Haleakala Park yesterday at 1:00 pm as well as sunrise reservations were cancelled for today. Power was out at the summit throughout the night starting at around 4:30 pm yesterday.
Temperatures at the summit could go as low as 31 degrees today. Winds are expected to gust up to 40 mph. The windy conditions along with rain and possible ice make road conditions slippery. Recommendations are against visitors traveling on Haleakala Highway.
Maui Brewing Co., celebrated its 15th birthday yesterday, January 28th. Maui Brewing opened in 2005 with a small staff and one location. They have grown to have not only multiple locations, but a well sized staff. Retail stores carry the brand not only across the United States but abroad as well.
Congratulations Garrett Marrero and Melanie Oxley owners of Maui Brewing Company, for your successes!
This spring the Ka’anapali Beach Hotel will be undergoing a major renewal! Estimated budget for this project is $65 million. Some of the proposed improvements include a new restaurant, additional parking, and redesigning of the rooms in the Kauai wing.
The project is expected to be completed hopefully by Christmas time. No additional guest rooms will be added to the current hotel. Plans also call for a makeover on the current courtyard.
Huihui, the new beachfront restaurant, will be closer to the shoreline then the current Tiki Terrace restaurant. Both the Tiki Terrace restaurant and the Tiki Bar and Grill will remain open util completion of Huihui after which they will close.
Guest feedback of the project has been positive. Many guests whom return year after year have asked for upgrades to be made to the hotel.