Below are the developments within the Mauna Lani resort area.
49 Black Sand Beach
Mauna Lani Point
Mauna Lani Terrace
The Estates or Mauna Lani Estates
The Islands at Mauna Lani
Read more about each of these developments HER
About Mauna Lani
Called Kalahuipua’a by ancient Hawaiians, this was a favorite spot for Hawaiian royalty to meet, relax and worship their gods.
The grounds surrounding the Mauna Lani Bay Hotel and the Fairmont Orchid are still home to many archaeological sites, petroglyph rock carvings and ancient royal fish ponds.
The area’s potential as a resort was first recognized in the 1930s by acclaimed sportsman and golfer of royal Hawaiian descent, Francis H. I’i Brown. The resort’s two golf courses bear his name in tribute to his skills as a golfer and vision as a resort developer.
The Mauna Lani boasts one of the most active Kohala resort communities and has a reputation as a welcoming place for kamaaina(locals).
Just inside the resort entrance, a full service location of Foodland Farms grocery store anchors The Shops at Mauna Lani. A selection of resort boutiques, professional services, casual dining and a location of Ruth’s Chris Steak House are available at this small but convenient shopping center.
Owners are eligible for free membership to the Mauna Lani Advantage program which includes discounted golf rates, discounted fitness club rates and exclusive access to the Mauna Lani Beach Club.
No less than nine condominium developments and multiple luxury home subdivisions are spread along the fairways, beaches and ponds of this 3200 acre resort.
Spacious condominiums start from under $400,000 with a wide selection available. Custom built island style luxury homes including several gated oceanfront communities are available from around $4,000,000.