Kaʻanapali Beach Club
Kaʻanapali Beach Club Timeshare
Kaʻanapali Beach Club is a timeshare just north of Kaʻanapali Beach. It was formerly the Embassy Suites hotel, then the Embassy Vacation Resort, then the Sunterra, now managed by Diamond Resorts. Phone 808-661-2000.
Kaʻanapali Beach Club is not on the main Kaʻanapali Beach resort strip that extends from the Hyatt to the Sheraton. Instead, it is in Honokowai, about a mile to the north. When it was the Embassy Suites hotel, it had the advantage of larger rooms than most other hotels. But now that it is a timeshare, which many people expect to have all the facilities of a condo, those same rooms lack a full kitchen that you can get with the newer Marriott timeshares and Westin timeshares that are really in Kaʻanapali. Kaʻanapali Beach Club has 413 rooms in connected 12-story buildings. There are one and two-bedroom units.
Should I Stay Here?
My main concern about people staying at Kaʻanapali Beach Club is that they may be talked into buying a timeshare that I feel is overpriced. When all charges for such a timeshare purchase are considered, it appears to me that it would be cheaper to just bank that money and use it to stay at any hotel or condo you like, whether on Maui or elsewhere.
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If you can get a reasonable price to stay here without being talked into buying a timeshare, and you don’t mind the fact that it is not in the main Kaʻanapali area, then the Kaʻanapali Beach Club would be a good place to stay. But if you prefer a hotel or condo instead of a timeshare, see reviews and photos for this side of Maui at West Maui hotels or West Maui condos.
Kaʻanapali Beach Club Photos
Kaʻanapali Beach Club Satellite View