A laidback aloha atmosphere right on Kaanapali Beach.
This is a hotel for people looking for the long-lost Hawaiian spirit of aloha. It is not the showiest hotel in Kaanapali, nor does it have the most gizmos on the beach, but you won't care once you get there. What it has is old-fashioned Hawaiian hospitality, and the distinction of being named the "Most Hawaiian Hotel" by the Waiaha Foundation, an organization working with the state to preserve Hawaiian culture. This is the kind of place where you can find your own corner in the ten acres of lush foliage to take a nap, read a book, watch the moon rise or listen to the surf crash on Kaanapali Beach. You'll long remember the people who work there, how they went out of their way to make sure you had the best Hawaiian experience while you were a guest. In addition to live and frequent Hawaiian entertainment and free hula shows nightly, a continuous stream of Hawaiian music floats through the air. The Kaanapali Mixed Plate serves a buffet of ethnic foods, or you can get seafood, steaks and Hawaii Regional cuisine in the Tiki Terrace Restaurant.