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Kohea Kai Resort Now Offers Single Night Stays

September 20, 2017, 1:47 PM HST
* Updated September 20, 1:51 PM
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Kohea Kai Resort Maui announced it will now offer single night stays as an option for business travelers seeking a resort experience without the minimum stay restrictions.

Ocean View Penthouse. PC: Kohea Kai Resort Maui

The resort, which is steps away from Mai Poina ‘Oe la’u beach, features multiple guest room styles from studios to penthouse suites with ocean views.

“We understand that air travel can sometimes be unpredictable,” says Kohea Kai General Manager Sean Curtis. “There’s no reason a planned or unplanned stopover should mean compromising on quality accommodations. Kohea Kai gladly offers single night stays and we welcome guests to take advantage of all our resort has to offer, regardless of their length of stay.”

Resort amenities include complimentary breakfast buffet, bike rentals, free parking, 24-hour check-in, free Wi-Fi, DISH network satellite, outdoor pool and hot tub, open-air rooftop lounge, tropical gardens and shaded sitting and relaxation areas. Beach amenities, such as snorkel gear, chairs, umbrellas, boogie boards and sunscreen are also available free of charge.

“We are only a short, 15-minute drive from Maui’s Kahului airport and our 24-hour check-in for guests arriving late or departing early offers the flexibility that professionals seek when traveling,” added Curtis.


Kohea Kai also offers seasonal, government/military, kama’ina, AAA and senior discounts.


To book or for more information, click here or call 808-879-1261.

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