Please disregard the negative review from Cary Ortiz. He and friends were smoking in the pool area,
Please disregard the negative review from Cary Ortiz. He and friends were smoking in the pool area, a violation of not only Kai Ani Village House Rules, but also HRS 328J which bans smoking in public places in Hawaii. When the dispute escalated, it was discovered he was illegally subletting a portion of a residence and was forced to move by the owner of the unit. While he claims the place has rules, rules, rules - it is these Rules that keep Kai Ani Village a safe and beautiful place to live. There will always be disagreements in a complex of 99 units with various owners, but the management does a great job of keeping things in check so that the property doesn't look like a white-trash hovel. In turn, property values continue to rise and Kai Ani continues to be a sought-after destination for people looking for a Maui condo. A good mix of long-term rentals and owner-occupied units exists at Kai Ani. And not everyone is retired with nothing better to do than stick their nose of other's business. Many residents have full-time jobs. Some folk are retired, and some use their condo as second homes. NO VACATION RENTALS are allowed there. So please don't let the one bad apple spoil your intent to either view or live at Kai Ani Village. You'll be glad you chose wisely!