Ho’olei at Grand Wailea Offers Residences

  • Nancy Wong Bryan

The villas of Ho’olei at Grand Wailea in Maui enjoy all the amenities of the Grand Wailea next door, most notably its 770,000-gallon water wonderland, which consists of nine free-form pools on six levels and a water elevator. The Ho’olei villas, however, many of which overlook the property’s own private saltwater pool, offer a respite from Maui’s adventurous pursuits, with soothing views of Lanai and the West Maui Mountains. Last year, the development completed construction of its 120 two-story, three-bedroom townhomes (from $1.8 million), which are clustered in enclaves of six. For the residences, 888.237.5928, www.hoolei.com, and for the Grand Wailea resort, 877.3.HOOLEI, www.hooleiatgrandwailea.com.

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