Fronted by 300 feet of beach, the resort offers on-site swimming, surfing, and sunbathing. It also has its own outdoor pool and barbecue area. Golf, tennis, fishing, and other activities are nearby. The city of Lahaina, only seven miles south of Hololani, is known for its pineapple and sugarcane production as well as its many historical sites. Once famous as the whaling capital of the mid-Pacific, Lahaina still attracts humpback whales, coming to bear their young. Both Lahaina and Napili offer a wide variety of dining, entertainment, and shopping possibilities.
Hololani features ocean-view units with complete kitchens, ceiling fans, deck or lanai, telephone, and television. Located just minutes from the famed Kaanapali and Kapalua golf courses; Lahaina, the fabled historic whaling town; the recreation center of Kaanapali; and Napili's elegant restaurants. Maui's famous volcanic crater and rain forests are among the island's many natural attractions.