3BD Na Hale 3 at Pauoa Beach Club at Mauna Lani Resort

Kamuela, Hawaii
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3.5 Bathrooms
  • 8 Guests

The Home

Welcome to Na Hale 3 at Pauoa Beach Club, an embodiment of exquisite indoor/outdoor living nestled in the Mauna Lani Resort, Hawaii’s premier destination. This single-family haven is a symphony of luxury and natural beauty designed to offer an unparalleled vacation experience.

What we love about this space:
* Child-Friendly Supplies: Thoughtfully equipped to cater to our youngest guests, Na Hale 3 includes a range of child-friendly games, plates, bowls, bedding, and even bath toys, ensuring a comfortable and enjoyable stay for families.
* Outdoor Essentials: We provide small-sized reef booties, boogie boards, floaties, big and small beach chairs, and umbrellas, enhancing your beach outings with added convenience and fun.
* Bicycles and Safety Equipment: Discover the picturesque landscapes of the gated Pauoa Beach community and the wider Mauna Lani Resort at your leisure using our provided bikes, complete with...

Home Features

Enjoy the comforts of home and beyond with these distinctive features.

Air Conditioning




Pets Allowed

Building Elevator

Free Parking

Concierge Services



In-person Check-in

Hot Tub

All Stays Include

We believe certain amenities should be standard. Every home comes outfitted with these best-in-class essentials for a worry-free stay.

24/7 Support
Professional Cleaning
High-Speed WiFi
Kitchen Essentials
Starter Kit of Bathroom Amenities
Premium Linens and Towels

Home Details

Beds & Bath

Review bedroom arrangements to make sure each is right for you. Full and half bathrooms are shown as one total.

Bedroom 1
1 King Bed
Bedroom 2
2 Double Beds
Bedroom 3
1 King Bed


Tennis Courts: Community

Mountain View

No Pets Allowed

Pool: Private

Free Parking: On-site

Pool: Community

Garden View



Fire Extinguisher



Hot Tub

Air Conditioning: Central

Coffee/Tea maker



Hair Dryer




Washer On Property

First Aid Kit

Smoke Alarm


Dryer On Property

Water Sports


Chef Services: Available on request

Concierge Services

The Neighborhood

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Things To Know


Access and Accessibility

  • Home Step-free access

Payment and Cancellation - 60 Day Policy

Grace Period:

  • Guests may cancel for free provided that: (1) reservation is canceled within 48-hours of reservation confirmation, and (2) reservation was confirmed at least 11 days before scheduled arrival.

Payment Policy:

  • 60 days or less prior to arrival: Guests pay 100% at time of reservation.
  • More than 60 days before arrival: Guests pay 50% at time of reservation, the remaining 50% will be charged 60 days prior to arrival.
  • For guests paying with Points or Cash & Points: 100% of payment of both Cash & Points will be deducted at time of reservation, once booking is verified within 48 hours.

Cancellation Policy:

  • 60 days or less prior to arrival: No refund issued, unless ‘Grace Period’ applies.
  • More than 60 days before arrival: 100% refund.

House Rules

  • Quiet hours shall be from 9:00pm to 8:00am, during which time the noise from the STVR shall not unreasonably disturb adjacent neighbors. Sound that is audible beyond the property boundaries during non-quiet hours shall not be more excessive than would be otherwise associated with a residential area.
  • Guest vehicles shall be parked in the designated onsite parking area. Please be respectful of the neighbors and do not block driveways, sidewalks or mailboxes.
  • The STVR shall not be used for commercial purposes.
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  • Ocean and recreational equipment is provided for Guest's enjoyment, but can lead to dangerous and hazardous activities.
  • Please check the equipment prior to use and use at your own risk.
  • Before You Go to the Beach: From HIOceanSafety.com
  • Please exercise caution as ocean conditions can be unpredictable and dangerous.
  • Always choose a lifeguard-protected beach to enjoy the water in the safest way possible. Strong currents, shorebreak, and the changing seasons can also affect how dangerous a beach can be. Understanding these ocean conditions can help you pick the right beach for your skill level and the activities you want to do.
  • When in Doubt, Don't Go Out: Being in the ocean is more physically demanding on your body than swimming in a pool, pond, river or creek. Anyone intending to snorkel, swim or participate in other water activities should be an experienced ocean swimmer familiar with the risks and dangers associated with high surf, strong currents, and waves breaking in shallow water.
  • It is also important to know your current health and fitness condition before going into the ocean. Certain individuals have a higher risk of injury when participating in any kind of physical activity, including ocean-related activities.
  • If you don’t exercise on a regular basis, or if you have health issues or concerns, talk to your doctor before you participate in any ocean activity.
  • Check with your doctor first if you have:
  • -Heart disease or stroke
  • -High blood pressure, or a resting blood pressure of 160/90 mmHg or higher
  • -Asthma or other lung disease
  • -Type 1 or type 2 diabetes
  • -Kidney disease
  • -Arthritis
  • -Cancer, or have recently completed cancer treatment
  • You should also check with your doctor if you have experienced the following symptoms:
  • -Pain, discomfort or pressure in your chest during physical activity or at rest
  • -Pain in your neck, jaw, or arms during physical activity
  • -Dizziness, lightheadedness, fainting or loss of consciousness
  • -Shortness of breath while at rest
  • -Rapid or pronounced heartbeat
  • -Heart murmur
  • Even if you have not experienced the above, you should consult your doctor before participating in an ocean activity if any of the following apply:
  • -You’re 35 years of age or older
  • -You have a family history of heart disease before age 60
  • -You smoke or have quit smoking in the past six months
  • -You don’t normally exercise for at least 30 minutes, most days of the week
  • -You’re overweight
  • -You have high cholesterol
  • -You have prediabetes
  • If you are unsure of your health or fitness level, have other health problems or are pregnant or may be pregnant, speak with your doctor before participating in any ocean activity. It’s always safest to know before you go.
  • Other Recreational Equipment: From Sharing the Road, A Guide to Safe Bicycling in Hawai’i from AAA Hawai’i
  • -Bicycling Laws
  • Helmets
  • It’s the law in Hawai’i that everyone under age 16 must wear a helmet while bicycling, but the reality is everyone is better protected with one on.
  • Violators may be fined up to $40.
  • Bicycling after Dark
  • Must use headlights and reflectors
  • Front lamp emitting white light that can be seen at least 500 feet away
  • Red rear reflector that can be seen from 600 feet
  • Reflective material on both wheels visible from 600 feet
  • Riding while intoxicated is Illegal - Violators may be fined up to $250 and could result in the loss of your driver's license.
  • Hand Signals are the Law
  • Left turn, right turn and stop
  • Use bicycle lanes when available
  • Ride on the right side of the road
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