MAUI, HI—Interested in a little seaside golf, followed up by some delectable Hawaiian fusion fare? The Honua Kai Resort & Spa, Ka’anapali Beach’s newest resort, has just the package. The “Island Golf & Gourmet” deal offers resort guests who enjoy a five-night stay, two rounds of golf at the stunning Ka’anapali Kai course and a $50 dining credit at the world-famous Roy’s Ka’anapali restaurant. The deal, which saves guests $259 and will last throughout the year, also includes a full-size rental car from Enterprise and a welcome amenity.
The beauty of the package is it gives golfers an opportunity to play the recently renovated Kai course twice for free. With some of the finest greens Maui has to offer and narrow fairways that test your course management skills, the Kai course is a 6,388-yard, par-70 masterpiece designed by Arthur Jack Snyder and renovated by one of Hawaii’s most prolific golf course architects, Robin Nelson. The renovated course made headlines in 2008 when it was chosen to host the Ladies Only Big Break Ka’anapali.
With four sets of tees starting at 4,522 yards, the course is well-suited for all levels of play. Several holes are nestled into the West Maui Mountains and feature panoramic views of the Pacific and neighboring islands, Lanai and Molokai. Natural canals, trenches and lava rocks wind their way through the course, strikingly landscaped with native flowers bordering most fairways.
Roy’s Ka’anapali offers lunch and dinner at the clubhouse restaurant, which overlooks the 18th green on Royal Ka’anapali course. Roy’s Pacific Rim cuisine is the creation of award-winning Chef Roy Yamagushi. The 628-unit Honua Kai, which opened in 2009, is one of six luxury resort hotels nestled along internationally-renowned Ka’anapali Beach. Honua Kai offers all suite accommodations and boasts breathtaking views from its oceanfront location.
For reservations or more information on the Island Golf & Gourmet package, call 808-661-3691 or visit www.honuakai.com.