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25 apartments for rent near Lahaina, HI

SUNSET TERRACE
3626 Lower Honoapiilani Rd
Studio
$1,345
1 Bed
$1,525
2 Bed
$2,325
43 Polohina Lane #2
Lahaina
3 Bed
$2,813
50 Puu Anoano St 3301
Lahaina
2 Bed
$2,950
23 Hale Makai
Lahaina
1 Bed
$1,563
642 Wainee #C
Lahaina
3 Bed
$3,672
189 Hakui Loop
Lahaina
2 Bed
$5,000
42 E. Ku'u Aku Lane Unit #411
Lahaina
2 Bed
$2,750
50 Puunoa St #3705
Lahaina
2 Bed
$3,641
4310 Lower Honoapiilani Road Kahana Manor
Lahaina
1 Bed
$1,400
45 Stephen LN #816
Lahaina
2 Bed
$2,390
Results within 10 miles of Lahaina, HI
1338 HIAHIA ST.
Wailuku
3 Bed
$2,350
822 Aukai Place
Wailuku
2 Bed
$2,250
711 Wailupe Drive
Wailuku
3 Bed
$2,600
1683 Nana St unit 2
Wailuku
2 Bed
$1,900
Results within 20 miles of Lahaina, HI
340 Liliuokalani Street studio ohana
Makawao
Studio
$1,600
2387 S Kihei Rd
Kihei
1 Bed
$1,750
146 Ehilani Street
Makawao
2 Bed
$1,750
1606 South Kihei Road
Kihei
2 Bed
$1,700
1606 South Kihei Road
Kihei
1 Bed
$1,600
366 Kinaole Circle
Kihei
3 Bed
$2,195
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City Guide
Lahaina
Moving to Lahaina

Moving from the mainland poses some unique problems but none that cannot be solved with careful planning. The main question will be how you get your stuff here. The most economical option is usually to sell what you cannot ship, downsizing so you don't pay a year's salary in shipping costs. If you aren't sure how well you will adapt to island life, you might consider putting your things in storage or asking your parents to temporarily store your stuff for you until you've had the chance to adjust to your new surroundings. Once you have made your move, hit the thrift shops to find the items you need to hold you over temporarily.

The stunning tropical surroundings, the pleasant climate and the wide availability of exciting outdoor activities are the main attractions in this quaint town. Consequently, the real estate in Lahaina is among the most expensive in Hawaii, which means that rental housing is also similarly priced.

Although Lahaina is a small town, it offers most types of apartment and home rentals. The trick is to find something that you not only like but can also afford. If money is not an issue, the luxury apartments located near the larger resorts may be a fitting option. Rental homes in Lahaina are located in all areas of town, but the closer you get to the beach and the more exclusive areas of town, the more expensive the rent will be. It might be difficult to find affordable three-bedroom houses for rent, but it is definitely not impossible. If you are patient, and maybe a little lucky, you may actually snag an all-bills paid property. Other than the lack of reasonably priced rental properties, another source of frustration you may run into is that many rental properties may not be available long-term.

Lahaina Neighborhoods

Some of the main neighborhoods in Lahaina -- all of which are coastal -- are populated with a mixture of owners and renters, and have high vacancy rates and are desirable places to live! Check out the list below to find out which part of Lahaina you'll want to call home.

Town Center: This part of Lahaina is where all of the action happens. Expect to find stores, restaurants and more places to run errands. Want to rent an apartment? This is the place. Most of the buildings here are renter occupied, and nearly everyone walks (without a car). Contrary to logic, Lahaina's town center is on the shore (the western edge), not the geographical center.

Wahikuli: This northern part of town is home to a large pump ditch. However, next door but closer to the shore is sought-after coastal property, as well as some beautiful homes. This area is also home to the Kaanapali Golf Course and the Hyatt Regency Maui.

Lahainaluna: Home to the Lahainaluna Farm, this southeastern part of town has the most residential streets. Check out the pretty homes here, or visit Kelawea Mauka III Park.

Living in Lahaina

Lahaina's main industry is tourism, as evidenced by the long line of shops lining Front Street that specifically cater to tourists. Although Lahaina is not widely known as a sightseeing destination, numerous cruises and activities geared to tourists depart from the waterfront, and the luaus and nightlife are appealing as well. Lahaina is home to the Lahaina Education Center, and numerous elementary, middle and high schools. Lahaina boasts a wide variety of shopping options, restaurants, art galleries, historical sites and the lovely downtown park that is home to a massive banyan tree. This park is the heart of town during the daytime but can be a magnet for revelers when the sun goes down.

Although the cost of living in Lahaina is high, the quality of life you will enjoy here is worth it. If you decide that the mellow island lifestyle is for you, Lahaina is the ideal place to pursue a laid-back island lifestyle surrounded by tropical beauty and friendly, easygoing people.