Marriott International today announced it has completed the sale of its long-term leasehold interest in The Westin Maui Resort & Spa, Ka’anapali for approximately $317 million. Marriott will continue to manage the 759-room property under a long-term management agreement. The buyer is a joint venture among funds managed by Trinity Investments LLC and Oaktree Capital Management, L.P. The transaction underscores Marriott’s success advancing its plan to sell hotels acquired through its merger with Starwood Hotels & Resorts last year.
Stretched across 12 prime oceanfront acres at the center of the historic Ka’anapali Beach, the Westin Maui Resort & Spa is recognized as one of Hawaii’s premier destination resorts and is ideally positioned within one of the most established resort communities in the Hawaiian Islands. The property includes two, 12-story guest room towers – the 553-room Ocean Tower and the 206-room Beach Tower.
The resort’s Ocean Tower recently received a multi-million dollar renovation, and as part of the transaction agreement, the joint venture has agreed to make further meaningful capital improvements including renovation of the Beach Tower and updates to the resort’s public areas and food and beverage outlets.
Guests can enjoy a tropical oceanfront setting with lush gardens, flowing waterfalls and exotic wildlife along with access to two championship golf courses. The resort offers 67,400 square feet of meeting space and 87,000 square feet of aquatic amenities, including five swimming pools, two water slides, and five food and beverage outlets. It has also set a new standard for well-being on the island, featuring a 15,000-square-foot Heavenly Spa by Westin with 16 treatment rooms and a 2,000-square-foot WestinWORKOUT fitness center.