Mauna Lani means ‘Where the Mountains Meet the Heavens’. A historic place of significance for many Hawaiians. The culture and rich history at Mauna Lani has been preserved for everyone to experience this sacred place. The entire resort covers 5 square miles (3200 acres) of the Island, with 3 miles of that land being oceanfront property.
Among the many benefits of living in the Mauna Lani Resort, residents here have access to incredible golf courses, breathtaking oceanfront views, tropical beaches, sacred cultural sites, beautiful hiking trails, and the resort’s luxury facilities. Residents at Mauna Lani enjoy snorkeling and swimming in the tropical waters, the deluxe spa and fitness clubs, the beach club, and exquisite dining and shopping opportunities.
The Mauna Lani resort is one of the oldest on the Big Island of Hawaii, the first settlement here was built 800 years ago. There are archeological features all over the resort, from old caves and ancient fish ponds to petroglyphs and ancient burial sites. The resort takes great pride in preserving the natural, cultural, and historic sites in the area.