Villa Alina is located only a short 5 minute stroll to the nearest beach, shops, Kalama Beach Park and restaurants of Kihei, makes this home the perfect retreat. As you drive through the bamboo gates you are immersed in your own secluded, oceanfront ‘mini-resort’.
Upon entering the home you are immediately struck by the spectacular view of the ocean through the custom floor to ceiling bifold windows. Enjoy relaxing in the great room while watching the sunset and the stars come out over the Pacific. The gourmet kitchen features SubZero appliances. The beautifully appointed dining room comfortably seats 12 guests. The villa boasts of 4 bedrooms, a home theater, game room and private fitness center.
The outdoor grounds are truly the highlight of this home. The private outdoor pool is Hawaii’s first oxygenated chemical free pool. This oxygenated, self-heating pool will leave you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. Take a dip and visit the swim-up bar for a cocktail. Then take a long, relaxing soak in the 12 person hot tub. With more counter space, a barbeque for grilling a feast, a pizza oven and plenty of space at the outdoor dining table, you will have everything you need to dine al-fresco.
Kihei is beach-combing territory on Maui’s southwest shore, the sunniest, driest end of the island. Once a regular destination for sojourning Hawaiian royalty, Kihei features 6 miles of beaches offering clear views of Kahoolawe, Molokini, Lanai and West Maui. Along with swimming and surfing, you can also find great snorkeling and kayaking — and you may even spot a giant humpback whale spouting or breaching the ocean’s surface. Kihei’s Kalama Beach Park’s 36 oceanfront acres are dotted with shady lawns and palm trees. The park is home to “the Cove” surf spot, beach volleyball courts, a roller-skating rink, a skate park, basketball and tennis courts, two baseball fields, picnic pavilions and a playground designed for younger kids. A blink away are Kalpolepo, Waipuilani and the three beaches of Kamaole. Birdwatchers and nature lovers will find what they’re looking for at Kealia Pond on the north end of Kihei. This National Wildlife Conservation District features endangered Hawaiian stilts and coots. Also north of Kihei is Maalaea Bay, where pleasure boats launch to take visitors on whale watching expeditions, charter fishing excursions and snorkel trips to Molokini. Maalaea is also home to the family friendly Maui Ocean Center. The town has a collection of affordable accommodations, with condominiums, small hotels and cottages to choose from along Kihei’s beach road. You can also browse small shopping malls, a bustling farmers market and a spate of restaurants, all of which cater to residents and visitors alike. Nightlife here includes karaoke spots, dance clubs and sports bars ensuring your Kihei nights are just as fun as your days.