The Whaler

The Whaler is an iconic landmark on Kaanapali Beach, consisting of 359 units in two twelve story towers. There are both full-ownership and time interval ownership options available. The units consist of studios, 1 bedroom 1 bath units, 1 bedroom 2 bath units, and 2 bedroom 2 bath units. Kaanapali Beach is popular white sand beach that has been voted “America’s Best Beach.” The Whaler is located adjacent to Whalers’ Village, Kaanapali’s upscale oceanfront shopping mall with many options for shopping and dining – Monkeypod Restaurant, Hula Grill, Leilani’s on the Beach to name a few. The world-class Kaanapali Golf Course is right across the road behind the property. Amenities at The Whaler include a beautiful welcome lobby, 24-hour front desk service, a day spa, fitness center, sauna, concierge, beachfront swimming pool, tennis courts, and BBQ areas.


Address: 2481 Kaanapali Parkway, Lahaina, HI
Number of units: 359
Land Tenure: Fee Simple
Zoning: Hotel
Community Plan: Hotel
Short-term nightly vacation rentals: Yes
HOA Fee Covers: electricity, cable and internet, water, sewer, trash collection, pest control, landscaping and common area maintenance, parking, common insurance, and capital reserve contributions. 
2024 approximate HOA fees - $1,459 - $4,876 / month
Pets: Yes, pets are allowed. Pets must be registered at the front desk per the house rules.
Air-conditioning: Yes. Central air-conditioning
Parking: Underground garage parking is available
2024 Resort Fee: Guests pay $36.57 per day for amenities (parking, wifi at the pool, tennis or pickle ball rackets and balls, shopping carts, beach chairs, pool towels, washer and dryer on each floor, 24 hour front desk services, dry cleaning pick up and delivery.)
BBQ: BBQ’s are provided by the pool in the common areas
Smoking: The Whaler is a "Non-Smoking" property in accordance with Hawaii's "Smoke-Free" Law, Act 295 effective November 16, 2006. This includes “E-cigarettes” which are not allowed at The Whaler.
Association Management: Destination Maui

This information was compiled at time of writing as a helpful resource only and the information is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed, and is subject to change. Buyers should always do their own due diligence to confirm all details material to their purchase. Buyers and owners are advised to refer to current condominium documents for community information and financials, and abide by all current Federal, County, City, and State laws as well as Community Association and HOA bylaws and rules, regulations.

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