Napili Village Rates & Policies
|GARDEN VIEW||OCEAN VIEW|
|Dec. 15th 2017 to Dec. 14th 2018||$169.00||$174.00|
Dec. 15th 2018 to March 31st 2019
Weddings - Honeymoon - Reunions - Company Retreats
Deposit Policy: Required deposit—2 nights plus tax and processing fee due at time of booking to secure the reservation.
2-3 Night Stays: Payment in Full. Non-refundable
To receive a full refund of your deposit you must cancel your condominium
reservation 45 days prior to arrival or according to the following schedule:
Group Bookings: 3 - 5 Rooms (60 days prior to arrival)
6+ Rooms (Please call)
Credit Cards Accepted:
Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
We read a lot of reviews of Napili rentals before we made our reservations for our trip to Maui, and I have to thank everyone who wrote about Napili Village because it was just what we were hoping. It was clean, had a cute fully equipped kitchen and was quiet. The pics on their website are very accurate… we would stay there again. Logan Square Neighbor
The Napili condo rental section of the Maui guidebook described Napili Village as a "solid gold value." I could not agree more. I stayed two nights (should have stayed longer!) with my husband and 4-year old daughter. The overall property is well-kept and absolutely beautiful. The garden-view apartment we booked was plain but very clean--just what we were looking for. I believe the beach access was 75 yards from the property, and what a great beach! Great for recreation, but off to the side are rocks with incredible tide pools which house some fascinating creatures early in the morning. These Napili Bay condos have a beautiful little pool as well, which my daughter enjoyed. We stayed three nights in Hana, and one night on the Big Island, but Napili Village was my daughter's absolute favorite place. I can't blame her! It's not as fancy as some other Lahaina hotels, but we loved it. Can't wait to go back. AlwaysDream
Honokeana Cove is a seven-minute walk from your Napili Bay condo, but give yourself ten. There are lots of turtles but it’s not for beginners. Follow directions as if you were going to the Gazebo at the Napili Shores, but keep going. You’ll see a path and finally you’ll see a shelf where you can enter the water. This is not a walk for the elderly or small children. Everyone needs to be sure of foot. You are guaranteed to see turtles, so if that’s important, don’t miss Honokeana Cove.