Mauna Lani Resort
The Mauna Lani resort on the big island of Hawaii was developed by a partnership between the original landowner, Francis Hyde I’i Brown, and Noboru Goto, Chairman of Tokyu Corporation of Japan. The two men soon discovered that they shared a common love for the sport of golf and a passion for the environment that later lay the foundation of their vision for the resort. The Mauna Lani Resort (“Mountain Reaching Heaven)” rests on ancient land, known through the centuries as Kalahuipua’a. It was a place where Kings would come for recreation and elders would gather for worship. It was, and is, a special hallowed place with ancient royal fishponds preserved on the grounds.
The resort rest on approximately 3,200 acres with two world class hotels the Mauna Lani Bay Hotel and the Fairmont Orchid Hotel; two 18-hole championship golf courses, a shopping center with luxury stores and restaurants, and numerous residential and condominium developments dotted throughout the resort.
Real estate opportunities include various condominium projects, custom homes and homesites. The owners Advantage Membership program offers a private Beach Club as well as preferred tee times and golf-cart storage for owners.
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