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Sneak Peek: Mauna Lani, Auberge!

Mauna Lani, Auberge Opening Soon

The Mauna Lani, Auberge is set to open its doors next month following a $200 million re-design and enhancement project at the former Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows.

For property owners at Mauna Lani Resort, including those at the newest luxury boutique community, Ke Kailani, the hotel delivers a number of new upscale and fun toes-in-the-sand dining venues, shops, and an assortment of both ocean- and land-based adventures just minutes from home.

New Dining Options

Among the highlights are three new restaurants (HaLani, featuring Mediterranean cuisine, Ha Bar serving organic foods, including house-made ceviche, salads, and pupus, and Surf Shack with light bites and snacks) bringing the total to five at the hotel, including the much-beloved CanoeHouse. The Market, a gourmet food store/deli, also will debut. With more than 300 completely renovated rooms and suites, it offers the perfect space for homeowners’ overflow guests.

Real Estate Opportunities

Just a short golf cart ride away, Ke Kailani is situated on Honokaope Bay in the desirable low-density, south end of Mauna Lani Resort with real estate opportunities including large estate lots, single-family homes and spacious villas. A private oasis for you and your family, Ke Kailani also enjoys close proximity to the nearby Mauna Lani Beach Club, reserved exclusively for resort property owners, as well as The Shops at Mauna Lani with its numerous boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants.

Amenities within the Ke Kailani neighborhood include The Grotto, which is a community gathering place with infinity pool, two whirlpool spas, and two open-air entertainment pavilions.

Hana Pono Park, a 5.5-acre recreation area, is adjacent to the Ke Kailani community with a state-of-the-art fitness center, adult and children swimming pools, barbecue area, and pavilion.

More Information

For information on real estate opportunities at Ke Kailani or additional Hawaii Island real estate offerings, please contact Carrie Nicholson, R (B), BIC, director of HL1-Big Island, (808) 896-9749 or

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