The Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa, located on 23 oceanfront acres at Pu’u Keka’a, also known as Black Rock, is an ideal spot for your clients can indulge in a picture-perfect whale watching experience at the resort. The property is also currently undergoing a multi-million dollar lobby renovation that will be completed by the end of the month.

The new Kohola in Ka’anapali package elevates your client’s experience as guests can split the giant creatures from their guestroom lanai or venture out on an outrigger canoe to see them up close. The package includes accommodations in a newly renovated, deluxe oceanfront guestroom, an outrigger canoe whale watching experience for two with Kaanapali Surf Club, an educational whale talk led by a marine naturalist from the Maui Ocean Center at Sheraton Maui Resort’s Hawaiian Marine Life Hale, two mai tais from the lobby bar, and a welcome amenity of Raw Elements reef-safe sunscreen and the resort’s signature mango bread. The daily rate for this package starts at $499 with a minimum 3-night stay for travel now through April 12, 2020.

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The new lobby Lanai. (Photo courtesy of Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa.)

The property completed the upgrades to it’s lobby in November, as well as its guestrooms just last year. And, during the second phase of the hotel renovation, the property will be upgrading its lobby bar and cafe, which will be unveiled in January, as well as its lounge, and reception area in an open-air setting. There will also be the addition of an expansive lanai and viewing deck that will offer panoramic views of Kaanapali Beach, plus a new family game room on the lower lobby level.

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