Mauna Lani, Auberge Resorts Collection, in partnership with Mauna Lani Golf, announces a special Unlimited Golf Stay & Play package, combining new luxurious oceanfront resort accommodations with unlimited golf on Mauna Lani’s North and South Courses. Destined to capture its place as Hawaii’s most loved resort, Mauna Lani, Auberge Resorts Collection is now accepting reservations to welcome guests to an authentic yet newly designed resort, set to be unveiled in January 2020.
Anchored by its storied location along the Kohala Coast, the resort’s dramatic natural setting, paired with an abundance of tailored experiences – including golf, will be the focal point for guests seeking enriching cultural immersion, adventurous outdoor pursuits, unrivaled amenities and the opportunity for a highly personalized itinerary. Managed by Troon Golf, the famed South and North Courses at Mauna Lani were recently honored by Golf Advisor, the leading source for golf course ratings and reviews, as the No. 1 and No.6 courses respectively in Hawaii.
Mauna Lani’s new Unlimited Golf Stay & Play package includes:
- Ocean view accommodations at Mauna Lani, Auberge Resorts Collection
- Daily unlimited golf for two at Mauna Lani Golf (choice of North or South Courses)
- Daily Breakfast Buffet for two at HaLani restaurant
- Complimentary practice time/balls prior to play
Package travel dates are valid January 1, 2020 through June 30, 2020, with a minimum three-night stay required.
“In advance of Mauna Lani’s January debut, we are thrilled to launch this new package that will exceed the expectations of even the most well-traveled golfers,” said Chris White, Senior Director of Sales and Marketing for Mauna Lani, Auberge Resorts Collection. “Showcasing the very best of our newly reimagined resort experience, the Unlimited Golf Stay & Play package pairs Mauna Lani’s incredible accommodations with unparalleled oceanfront golf on our award-winning North and South Courses.”
For more information on the Unlimited Golf Stay & Play package visit maunalanigolf.com.
About Mauna Lani, Auberge Resorts Collection
Mauna Lani boasts 333 contemporary guest rooms and suites, five private bungalow residences, six extraordinary restaurants and lounges, three distinct pools, a signature spa and wellness haven, and interactive Holoholo Kids Crew – all matched by Auberge’s intuitive and gracious service. Transformational experiences, enriching cultural immersion, unrivalled amenities, and curated moments – await guests at Mauna Lani. This is all centered around the piko – an infinite circle, which reflects the area’s distinct eternal spirit, anchored by Hawaii’s five great mountains. From this singular locale, the mountains of Hualālai, Mauna Loa, Mauna Kea, Kohala and Maui’s Haleakalā are all visible in the distance. It is here, at the piko, Mauna Lani intrinsically links the people, the culture, and the land, to a deeply woven sense of place rooted in extraordinary core values and experiences – where friendships are fostered, families reconnect, and curiosities unfold.
About Mauna Lani Golf
Since opening in 1981, the Mauna Lani golf courses have collected numerous “best courses you can play” awards from Golfweek, Golf Digest and GOLF Magazine. Mauna Lani’s award-winning South Course formerly hosted the prestigious Hawaii State Open and was the site of the Senior Skins Game from 1990 to 2000, hosting many of golf’s greats, including Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Lee Trevino, Chi Chi Rodriquez, and Gary Player. The South Course, a Homer Flint, Raymond Cain and Robin Nelson design, was built on the 16th century Kaniku lava flow snaking through stark, rugged a‘a lava. A pair of par 3s – the 7th and 15th holes – are Mauna Lani South’s signature holes and are two of the most photographed golf holes in the world. The South Course was home to the Senior Skins Game from 1990 to 2000 and Golfweek magazine rates it as one of the “Best Courses to Play in Hawai‘i.” Mauna Lani’s North Course, a Flint, Cain and Nelson design, was built on an ancient lava bed and is ranked by Golfweek as one of the top courses on Hawaii. Overlaying the rugged brown pahoehoe lava flow, the North Course features rolling fairways and through kiawe forests. A 230-acre protected archeological district lies on the northern edge of the North Course, while feral goats roam the course, cropping the grass and providing a unique neutral hazard. The par-3 17th is the signature hole on the North Course as a series of elevated tees form a natural amphitheater with the green at the base of a lava bowl.