Set on the quieter north side of Ka’anapali Beach, you’re away from the crowds, but a quick walk to nearby restaurants and shops. You can walk along the beach to oceanfront dining at Duke’s Beach House, next door at Honua Kai Resort & Spa. You’re right across the street from a local mini mall, home to the quirky Java Jazz cafe, Pizza Paradiso, and Snorkel Bob’s. One of the main draws of staying in Ka’anapali is being able to take the beach walk to all the nearby resort restaurants. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can take the path all the way to Whalers Village, a little over 2 miles away. Here you’ll find 40+ unique shops, restaurants, and an intriguing open-air whale museum. Right next to Whalers Village is Black Rock Beach, a great spot for snorkeling and home to a nightly cliff diving ceremony.