The Westin Kā‘anapali Ocean Resort Villas is happy to share these exciting additions to make your stay in paradise even better.
Celebrating the melting pot of flavors and cuisine that make up Hawai‘i’s local culinary culture, find Auntie’s Kitchen, a poolside dining concept, right off the resort’s south lobby.
“With Auntie’s Kitchen, we aim to deliver a food and beverage experience that highlights the best that local Maui cuisine has to offer in a setting that is relaxed, approachable and evokes a sense of comforting familiarity and a welcoming ‘ohana,” said Brandon Maeda, Director of Food and Beverage.
Locally inspired dishes include the Dynamite ‘Ahi Poke Bowl, Seafood Stew, Auntie’s Fried Rice and Uncle’s Prime Rib as well as breakfast favorites like Haupia French Toast and Banana Bread Waffles.
Historical Walking Tour of Lāhainā Town
The Westin Kā‘anapali Ocean Resort Villas now offers the “Mo‘olelo O Lele,” an exclusive walking tour of Lāhainā’s cultural sites with the resort’s Director of Culture, Makalapua Kanuha. This personalized guided walk transports you back to ancient Hawai‘i, when the ali‘i (royalty) ruled. Tours are three days per week and include round-trip transportation from The Westin Kā‘anapali Ocean Resort Villas to Lāhainā Town.
Growing Green Initiative
The resort’s Growing Green Initiative takes the next step in bringing Guests the freshest, highest-quality food and ingredients, all while putting the environment and conservation first. The resort’s “green” growing systems include:
Designed specifically for growing micro-greens, this “reach-in” system provides delicately fresh produce to the resort’s restaurants and market.
This self-contained, locally built system harnesses a symbiotic relationship between live fish and plants: each are kept separate, with their byproducts circulating to nourish each other. Current crops include mint, basil and green onions.
Spa Helani Offers New Mana Ritual
This special new spa treatment is designed to inspire healing energy within the mind, body and spirit. Begin with a traditional Ti leaf cleansing, followed by a full body exfoliation with Alaea Sea Salt (used in the Hawaiian culture to repel negative energies). The Mana Ritual concludes with a Lomi Lomi (Hawaiian-style) massage with locally made Mana Oil. Ask about other quarterly seasonal specials.