Rediscovering Kaanapali Royal Condos

I had the pleasure of rediscovering the wonderful Kaanapali Royal condo complex this week. I hadn’t been in there since the 80’s and did not remember the details. These units are very large and roomy. Made me feel right at home. 2 bedrooms start at 1,467 sf with a sunken living room. We saw unit K302 (MLS# 340976) which is a top floor unit.

This place reminded me of some of the finer Kaanapali homes layouts. As you walk in the front door, you can see straight through the house, out over the lanai to the ocean. Very open.

Ocean views from the lanai of this Kaanapali Royal condo

This particular unit has a few stairs to climb but for those who like the exercise it is well worth it. Priced at $699,000 down from $775,000. For the size and views this is a good buy and I think you could even offer less.

Kaanapali Royal is a residential condo with some rental units, uphill on the Kaanapali golf course.  It is about a ten-minute walk downhill around the golf course to the beach.

Kaanapali Royal has 105 large 2-bedroom condos in fifteen 3-story buildings. Built in 1980. The units are air conditioned.  There is a pool, but no shops or restaurants. There is no on-site rental agent. The buildings overlook the golf course, with the high-rise hotels and condos of Kaanapali Beach in the distance, so it is possible to walk from the condos to the shops and resorts of Kaanapali Beach.

If you don’t mind being a few minutes walk from the beach, and can do without the amenities of a full-service hotel or condo with on-site agent, then Kaanapali Royal is a way to stay close to Kaanapali at a lower price than the beachfront condos and hotels.

If you would like more info on this or the other units here, please fell free to contact me.

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