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THE SHOPS AT WAILEA

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SPRING-SUMMER 2012

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DAZZLING ISLAND STYLE GET THE COVER LOOK INSIDE MAPS SERVICES SHOPS DIRECTORY From the Publishers of Where® Maui


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TS@W HOW TO GET THERE From within Wailea Resort: Take Wailea Alanui Drive to the intersection of Wailea Ike Drive. Watch for the signs, and you can’t miss it.

From Piilani Highway: Take Wailea Ike Drive toward the ocean until you reach the traffic light at Wailea Alanui Drive. You can take a right or left turn onto Wailea Alanui Drive. There are entrances to The Shops at Wailea either way. Open daily from 9:30 am - 9 pm. Select merchants open earlier and remain open later. Management office: (808) 891-6770; www.theshopsatwailea.com; E-mail: info@theshopsatwailea.com.

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THE SHOPS AT WAILEA 3750 WAILEA ALANUI DRIVE WAILEA, HI 96753 808 8916770 WWW.THESHOPSATWAILEA.COM

MORRIS VISITOR PUBLICATIONS MVP | HAWAII REGIONAL PUBLISHER

Suzanne McClellan REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENT

Patti Ann Ruesch

ACCOUNT MANAGERS

Liz Cotton, Bob Kowal INDEPENDENT ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES

Debbie De Mello, Wanda Garcia-Fetherston

CIRCULATION & MARKETING DIRECTOR

Sidney Louie

PRODUCTION MANAGER

Brittany L. Kevan

MVP | HAWAII EDITORIAL SENIOR EDITOR Simplicio Paragas MANAGING EDITOR Rebecca Pike EDITOR Tom Hanley ASSOCIATE EDITOR Sascha Lykes

MVP | CREATIVE CHIEF CREATIVE OFFICER

CONTENTS

Haines Wilkerson DESIGN DIRECTOR Jane Frey ART DIRECTOR Olga D’Astoli

Spring - Summer 2012

J.P. Anderson

4 I MAP

Erin Roth

8 I MESSAGE TO VISITORS

Beverly Mandelblatt

General Manager Bob Dye welcomes you.

10 I HOT LIST

Events and people of interest in Wailea.

14 I GET THE COVER LOOK

Where to find the cover look at The Shops.

26 I ART SCENE

The Shops’ astonishing variety of galleries

30 I DINING AT THE SHOPS

Celebrations and romance in the restaurants of The Shops at Wailea.

34 I FUN AT THE SHOPS

On Wednesdays, The Shops at Wailea put the WOW! in island entertainment.

36 I SHOPS DIRECTORY

Two levels of premium shopping and dining.

39 I WHAT WE LOVE ABOUT WAILEA ON THE COVER Photo by Brandon Tabiolo 6

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INTERIM REGIONAL EDITORIAL DIRECTOR PHOTOGRAPHY DIRECTOR Susan CREATIVE COORDINATOR

Strayer

DIRECTOR OF PRODUCTION Kris Miller PRODUCT MANAGER Jasond Fernandez PHOTO SCANNING/RETOUCH Jerry

Hartman

MVP | EXECUTIVE

PRESIDENT Donna W. Kessler CONTROLLER Angela E. Allen DIRECTOR OF MANUFACTURING

Donald Horton

GENERAL MANAGER, WHERE MAPS

Christopher Huber

MORRIS COMMUNICATIONS CHAIRMAN & CEO

William S. Morris III PRESIDENT

William S. Morris IV The Shops at Wailea is published by the Visitor Publications Division of the Morris Communications Company, LLC. 725 Broad St., Augusta, GA 30901 PUBLIC RELATIONS TODD VINES, DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS & SOCIAL MEDIA GILBERT & ASSOCIATES 808.871.6230 MVP is a proud sponsor of Les Clefs d'Or USA

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How to get to The Shops at Wailea.

SENIOR EDITORIAL DIRECTOR


TS@W I WELCOME

A quote I like to keep in mind comes from a noted business speaker Brian Tracy: “Winners make a habit of manufacturing their own positive expectations in advance of the event.” Winners are dedicated. They are committed, and they work hard. We have many, many winners associated with The Shops at Wailea. Take, for example, our marketing agency, Gilbert & Associates. It’s not perched atop a glimmering mirrored tower in Honolulu. It’s a boutique business, located in a modest building in Kahului, Maui. It is the 10th largest agency in Hawaii, and one of the finest. This magazine is produced by Morris Visitor Publications, which produces Where magazines and Guestbooks in over 64 markets worldwide, as well as award-winning custom publications like Wailea magazine. As for The Shops at Wailea, it is a superb collection of retail, dining and special services on Maui. Our collection of world-class realtors specializing in Maui property is unparalleled. I couldn’t do my job without my team of winners. You know where I’m going with this. … If you’re reading this, you are either here or on your way here, and that makes you … a winner! Welcome to Wailea.

Mahalo,

Robert “Bob” Dye General Manager, CBRE 8

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TS@W I CURRENT EVENTS

Peter Max on Maui Inga Hakan, Governor Neil Abercrombie and gallery owner David Hakan pose with “Flag of Hawaii” painting by Peter Max.

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awaii Governor Neil Abercrombie was presented with an original Peter Max painting on February 9, 2012, as part of the muchanticipated festivities for the grand opening of The Art of Peter Max Gallery. The 20”-by-16” acrylic, “Flag of Hawaii,” is dedicated thusly: “To Governor Abercrombie and the beautiful state of Hawaii. Aloha! Love, Max 2012.” A traditional Hawaiian blessing preceded the presentation ceremony. The Art of Peter Max Gallery at The Shops at Wailea is one of only two in the world exclusively dedicated to the artwork of the renowned artist.

Max has been called a pop icon, neo fauvist, abstract expressionist and America’s “Painter Laureate.” His career spanning five decades, Max has painted for various heads of state, including six U.S. presidents, as well as countless screen celebrities and music icons. “Peter Max’s striking use of color and versatility of work has been a force in the art world for years,” said Governor Abercrombie. “His work is a reflection of the contemporary world and several of his pieces reflect the vitality of the aloha spirit.”

Gallery director Sara Hakan unveils “Flag of Hawaii” for Governor Abercrombie.

Star Quality Every June, the resort enclave of Wailea transforms into a buzzing locale filled with glitz and glamour as the red carpet rolls out for the Maui Film Festival at Wailea. (This year it’s from June 13-17.) The “Sundance of the Pacific” has showcased the best in independent and international cinema for the past 11 years, attracting movie stars, filmmakers and directors from all over the world. “There’s definitely something going on in Wailea for those five days.” says Barry Rivers, the festival’s founder. “You feel the energy in the air.” Past festival attendees include luminaries such as the Dalai Lama, Dennis Quaid, Clint Eastwood, Owen Wilson, Woody Harrelson, Claire Danes, and Peter Fonda. Rivers adds, “We infused the event with a sense of place. ...The place that we are lucky enough to do this thing is such a stunning and beautiful location, it [sets] itself apart from any other festival for that reason alone.” 10 T H E S H O P S AT WA I L E A I S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2012


TS@W I SHOPPING

Get this

Look

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Ocean blues, sunny golds, woven totes and flat sandals are Wailea beach-chic. Extra sparkle takes day into night.

3 8 1. Tiffany & Co. 2. & 3. White House | Black Market 4. GAP 5. Sandal Tree 6. White House | Black Market 7. GAP 8. Tiffany & Co.

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TS@W I SHOPPING SPREE

Na Hoku

Tiffany & Co.

PavĂŠ Diamonds. Available in 14-karat yellow,

collection accented with crystals in a floral

white or rose gold. Chain included.

motif.

Ultimate Wave Pendant with Shimmer and

Garden sunglasses from the eyewear

Shopping Diverse; daring; lose yourself in The Shops.

Spree BARON & LEEDS Yellow gold threaded bracelet with white gold clasp laced with diamonds, part of the Buckle Up Collection by Como Italia. Also available with rose gold threaded bracelet.

LOUIS VUITTON Iconic Alma bag in a rainbow of colors, offering a feminine and sophisticated shape, ideal for everyday use.

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TS@W I SHOPPING SPREE

ElEphant Walk Quite possibly the most comfortable slippers ever made, these Sanuk shoes are made from real yoga mats. Think of them as “a rainbow of meditation for your feet.” Find them on Maui at Elephant Walk.

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TS@W I SHOPPING SPREE

Martin & MacArthur Koa sunglasses are made with a private stock of Koa

ECLECTIC IMAGE GALLERY

Find the exquisite hand-cut

wood patented from Hawaii’s Big Island. The premium lenses offer 100% UVA/UVB protection and have technology to prevent all reflective glare. Quality Swissmade hinges and water resistance also insure durable, long-lasting wear.

wood inlay masterpieces of Kalman Radvanyi at Eclectic Image Gallery. These wood inlays may take up to 18 months to perfect, incorporating over 130 species of natural timbers.

ÉLAN VITAL

GALLERIES

ELEPHANT WALK Get lost in the moment with vibrant and captivating

Known for their

images of Hawaii by husband and wife photography

kaleidoscopic color, works

team Monica and Michael Sweet. Inspired by famed

by contemporary artist

photographer Ansel Adams, the Sweets’ images emphasize

Élan Vital can be found

lighting and tonal range that brings about a surreal quality

here in his gallery.

to every piece.

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TS@W I SHOPPING SPREE

Sandal Tree

Providing the finishing touch to any summer ensemble is the perfect pair of shoes, like raffia platform espadrilles. Shown here: Too Good by Stuart Weitzman.

KI‘I

GALLERIES Kimono cuff bracelets created from authentic antique Japanese textiles are one-of-a-kind wearable works of art.

WHITE HOUSE | BLACK MARKET Soft and airy silhouettes are given a distinctly modern twist at White House | Black Market this summer. Have fun looking sexy yet refi ned in feminine styles that are full of charm, such as this woven blouson chemise and black woven belt.

LAMBROS FINE

GOLDSMITHS

The beautifully hancrafted statement pieces by artist and goldsmith Lambros Magiafas are worth a visit. Find signature creations such as this black pearl octopus in yellow gold.

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Shopping Spotlight

Golden pearls in shades of sunshine, and luscious South Seas White pearls from Australia. Each purchase is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity verifying the natural color, shape, and origin in Polynesia and the South Seas. Come and see absolutely gorgeous 18k and 14k gold, and sterling silver pearl jewelry creations by local Maui jewelers Gary Ewing, Ron Lenius, and Wolfgang Paasch. The gallery takes great pride in its collection of original designs. There is also a large selection Specializing in strands of Black Tahitian, of affordable freshwater pearl pieces – truly something for everyone. White and Golden South Seas Pearls— Magnificent Tahitian pearl jewelry pieces over 50 types in all price ranges. like these are created and shared with aloha. From the azure blue lagoons of Polynesia Enjoy a personal style session with a trained come the world’s most beautiful pearls. The pearl specialist. Experience exceptional value, rare, exotic Tahitian black pearl is “Mother quality, selection and service. Nature’s gift of the sea.” Online at Black Pearl Gallery E-BlackPearl.com and specializes in brilliant, Black Pearl Gallery, Maui natural-colored rainbow on FaceBook. Tahitian pearls in Black Pearl Gallery, a wonderful array The Shops at Wailea, of shapes and sizes. 3750 Wailea Ala Nui, The gallery also offers Wailea, Maui, Hawaii 96753 Team Black Pearl Gallery, Maui welcomes you! exotic South Seas (808) 875-1977 24 T H E S H O P S AT WA I L E A I S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2012

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Black Pearl Gallery


TS@W I FASHION by Jocelyn Fujii

IT’S a WRaP ... and much more.

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hat a rectangular piece of cloth could have so many uses is a testament to the imagination. Need a beach wrap? Reach for a pareo. Looking for a tablecloth? Spread one out. Need a splash of color on that forlorn-looking wall? Choose a pattern that brings the ocean or forest into your home.

All TieD Up — FiVe WAYS To WeAR A pAReo • Wrap a pareo around your waist and tie the ends to make a skirt. • Drape it lengthwise across your back and under your arms. Criss-cross the ends at your throat, and tie them behind your neck. Voila! You’re wearing a sarong dress. • Fold the fabric into halves and tie the two top corners together. Repeat with

the bottom corners. Slip your arms through the two large holes of a butterfly jacket. Tie an additional knot in the center of the back, and create a starburst. • Tie the pareo under your arms, center front, widthwise. Bring the other end of the fabric to the waist, under your legs, tie the ends, and you’re wearing a jumpsuit. • Drape it on your shoulders; it’s a shawl. Pareos can be found at ABC Stores, T-Shirt Factory, Whaler’s General Store and Maui Water Wear.

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TS@W I ART

Spotlight

on Lahaina Galleries

This member of the elite group of art galleries at The Shops at Wailea has attracted top talent for decades.

See Breeze by Guy Buffet Peter Max

rule of thumb when buying art is: go only to a reputable dealer. With five locations (two on Maui, one on Hawaii Island and two on the mainland) and 36 years in business, Lahaina Galleries is surely doing something right. Kim von Tempsky, VP of Marketing for Lahaina Galleries on Maui, attributes the success of the locally run galleries to the respect and honor shown to art and artists by the owners Tropical Wonder of the company, Jim and Nancy Killett. “They by Darrell Hill laid down a strong foundation based on being

honorable and having integrity. As a result, we have appealed to many artists and are able to represent probably the best profile of artists in the state of Hawaii.� The atmosphere suits von Tempsky as well: he signed on with the Killetts 22 years ago and has been with the team ever since. The interior of Lahaina Galleries at The Shops at Wailea is graced with original works by the likes of the late sculptor Frederick Hart, painter Hisashi Otsuka, and modern master Dario Campanile, to name just a few. Expect

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The Galleries aT The shops aT Wailea Célébrités Gallery of Celebrity Fine Art 808.875.6565 Specializing in fine art by noted celebrities, such as Steven Tyler, as well as hard-to-find memorabilia and artifacts.

Dolphin Galleries 808.891.8000 The works of sought-after island artists such as Betty Hay Freeland and Janet Davis as well as jewelry designers Gayle Bright, Bruce Tapley, and Mikel.

Eclectic Image Gallery

Sunlit Lane by James Scoppettone

808.874.0701 Exquisite color images from all around the world, from blackand-white and polaroid transfer to pastel etchings and images printed on canvas.

Élan Vital Galleries 808.879.4448 One-of-a-kind works by Maui modern artist Élan Vital, in all sizes, shapes, colors and motifs.

Ki‘i Gallery

TOP: Hanalei Natives by Ronaldo Macedo; MIDDLE: Sunlit Lane by James Scoppettone; BOTTOM: Symphony #4 by Darrell Hill

to spend time savoring the displays, and to be given ample personal space to do so. “We want people to feel very comfortable about their visit to the gallery,” von Tempsky says. “We’re not aggressive in approaching people and trying to sell art.” Online at lahainagalleries.com.

Meet and Greet

808.874.1181 An immaculately curated collection of fine art glass, Tahitian pearl jewelry and original paintings and prints.

Lahaina Galleries 808.874.8583 Hawaii’s fine art gallery, with hundreds of works by dozens of contemporary artists, in all matter of media.

The Art of Peter Max 808.495.0060 Featuring works by pop icon Peter Max, sometimes called the “king of color,” including the artist’s “Maui Series,” capturing the island’s legendary landscapes.

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TS@W I DINING

Seasonal

DELIGHTS

TOMMY BAHAMA

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PHOTO CREDIT

Treat your tastebuds to something special at The Shops at Wailea.


KAI WAILEA

Whether you’re taking a break from a shopping spree for a quick bite or indulging in a delicious mealtime experience, there’s no shortage of options here. Cheeseburger Island Style The name says it all: this place is home to big, juicy “five-napkin” burgers with a hearty variety of topping combinations. Try the Royal Ali‘i Burger ( fit for royalty) or the popular chain’s version of the Loco Moco, and wash it down with a pint of locally brewed beer. Cheeseburger Island Style proudly serves Maui Brewing Company’s silky, savory CoCoNut Porter, a whirlwind of dark malt, chocolate, barley, hops, and a hint of coffee, and Bikini Blonde, whose drinkability is known islandwide. Crisper and less complex, Big Wave Golden Ale by Kona Brewing Company is a sweet, easy ride, while KBC’s Fire Rock Pale Ale delivers a sharp kick. (Brews on tap subject to change.)

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KAI Wailea This inventive Japanese menu reaches far beyond typical sushi and sashimi, adding chic twists to traditional plates. Vegetarians and meat-eaters alike find enticing dishes to savor here. The popular robotayaki dishes are fire-grilled over binchotan (evergreen oak) charcoal, infusing dishes with an earthy, smoky flavor. Explore the wide and w w w.t h e s h o p s a t wa ile a .c o m

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TS@W I DINING 1800 degrees and arrive on your plate sizzling with fresh butter. For a satisfying and sweet finish, indulge in the baked warm apple crumb tart, made of Granny Smith apples in a flaky streusel crust. Topped with vanilla bean ice cream, it’s the crème de la crème of desserts.

Tommy Bahama Restaurant & Bar

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wonderful world of Japanese cuisine, along with premium sakes, from vibrant Namazake to fruity Daiginjo, plus award-winning wines by the glass.

Though famous for its dazzling cocktails, Tommy Bahama’s tropical fare is equally inspired. For the fresh flavors of the season, Hawaiian farm-totable dishes brim with local ingredients. Try the light, fresh Tahitian Tuna Salad: a bed of arugula, carrots, sweet soy glaze, tamarind vinaigrette, wasabi aioli, wonton strips and sesame seeds, topped with blackened ahi tuna. With a special seasonal libation, you’re in the best of hands. Life’s a vacation at Tommy Bahama Restaurant & Bar, where the island-casual setting is ideal for unwinding — and for simply celebrating life.

Longhi’s There’s always something new at the restaurants at The Shops at Wailea. Don’t miss out on seasonal ingredients and specialties. Check in with your favorite eatery to see what’s on the menu.

Ruth’s Chris Steak House Consistently on top ten lists across the globe, Ruth’s Chris is a perennial favorite for its perfecttemperature steaks and impeccable service. Whether you’re a bone-in ribeye guy or petit filet nibbler (or even if you eschew steak and opt for seafood instead) let the knowledgeable wait staff and meticulously trained kitchen crew pamper you. The award-winning steaks are all seared at 32 T H E S H O P S AT WA I L E A I S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2012

Dining at The Shops Cheeseburger Island Style 808.874.8990 Cuisine: American Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Ruth’s Chris Steak House 808.874.8880 Cuisine: Steaks/ Seafood Dinner

Longhi’s 808.891.8883 Cuisine: Seafood Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Tommy Bahama Restaurant & Bar 808.875.9983 Cuisine: American/ Caribbean Lunch & Dinner

KaI Wailea 808.875.1955 Cuisine: Japanese Lunch & Dinner

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A local favorite throughout the Islands for decades, Longhi’s is popular for leisurely brunches and luxurious dinners, and is especially legendary on Maui, where it originated. The portions here are large enough to share, so order “family-style” and sample to your appetite’s delight. From fresh island fish, prime steaks and giant lobsters to fabulous pasta dishes and delectable desserts, any occasion is made extra-special by spending it in this airy, Mediterranean-style dining room. A fresh Bloody Mary or selection from Longhi’s extensive wine list (now shown on iPads!) will complete your elegant dining experience.


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Fun at The Shops

Every Wednesday, you’re invited to a familyfriendly evening party, with free live music from 6:30 to 8 p.m., and more festivities until 9:30 p.m. Sweep through The Shops at Wailea’s two open-air levels, with their spacious plazas and fountains, and you’ll soon find yourself on “shopping time.” More than 70 shops and restaurants beckon with distinctive island treasures and leisurely dining. The Shops at Wailea comes alive with exceptional live entertainment every Wednesday evening. From 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., WOW! Wailea on Wednesdays presents artist appearances, gallery receptions, and retail and restaurant specials. Live music is offered in the Lower Courtyard from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Among the regular performers are guitarist Bobby Moderow Jr. of Nā Hōkū Hanohano Award-winning Maunalua (a slack key master of contemporary Hawaiian music), and the duo of Leokane (above, middle) and CJ “Boom” Helekahi, bringing the sounds of Hana to South Maui. Exciting Polynesian performances, including fire-knife and hula dancers, are also offered monthly at WOW. Sit down, relax, and take your time enjoying the soothing melodies of Hawaiian music, acoustic guitar and ukulele — the finest offerings of Hawaii, here at The Shops. 34 T H E S H O P S AT WA I L E A I S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2012


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TS@W I essentials

ShopS Essentials

Gift Certificates Gift certificates are sold through the ATM machine in $20 increments. They are valid at all stores and restaurants at The Shops at Wailea. ATM Machine The ATM machine is located on the lower level, under the “down” escalator, on the ocean side of the center, near Longhi's. Public Restrooms The public restrooms are located down the hallway next to Honolua Surf Co., underneath the first bridge of the lower level. Lost & Found The Lost & Found is located at The Shops at Wailea management office, located underneath the first bridge, directly opposite the public restrooms. If anything is found, please drop the item off or call the management office immediately (808.891.6770).

Telephones There are two telephones located under the grand stairway, on the lower level, next to Blue Ginger Designs. Elevator The elevator is located in the corner across the courtyard from GAP/babyGAP and adjacent to Whalers General Store on the lower level, and between Lahaina Galleries and Na Hoku on the upper level. Drinking Fountains There are two drinking fountains located on the lower level, next to Whalers General Store. Mailbox Located on the lower level, near the northwest entrance to the center, adjacent to The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf. Mail pick up is Monday through Saturday at 11:30 am. Island Bus Service There is a bus service offered by the County of Maui with service throughout Kihei and to the westside or central Maui. It runs from 7 am to 8 pm. For more information, please call Roberts Hawaii at 808.871.4838. The bus stop is located across the street from The Shops at Wailea, fronting Honolulu Coffee Co.

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Hours of Operation The minimum hours of operation at The Shops at Wailea are Monday–Sunday, from 9:30 am to 9 pm. Select establishments are open earlier and/or later, and holiday hours may vary. Call 808.891.6770 for more information.


TS@W I WHAT WE LOVE

What We Love

about Wailea â&#x20AC;˘ Kimono bracelets and mesmerizing glass jellyfish at Kiâ&#x20AC;&#x2DC;i Gallery. â&#x20AC;˘ The fun new â&#x20AC;&#x153;iSommelierâ&#x20AC;? iPad wine list at Longhiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. â&#x20AC;˘ 100-percent Kona or Maui-grown coffee at Honolulu Coffee Company. â&#x20AC;˘ The Wailea Coastal Walk and its native plants, views of the West Maui Mountains and sounds of children playing. â&#x20AC;˘ Stupendous views of Molokini islet and the neighboring islands of Kahoolawe and Lanai. â&#x20AC;˘ Arrays of exotic pearls on display at Black Pearl Gallery. â&#x20AC;˘ Planting a Legacy Tree at Martin & MacArthur. â&#x20AC;˘ Shopping for gifts, home dĂŠcor and one-of-a-kind pieces at Elephant Walk and Sand People. â&#x20AC;˘ Waileaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s beautiful legacy as a hub of canoe-making in ancient Hawaii. â&#x20AC;˘ Watching hula dancers and hearing the poetry of the Hawaiian language. â&#x20AC;˘ Year-round golf at Wailea Resort.

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