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Mauna Kea Resort Rebranding

July 26, 2018, 1:21 PM HST
* Updated July 26, 1:22 PM
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East West Hospitality awarded its management contract for residences at Hawai‘i’s Mauna Kea Resort.

In a partnership with Prince Resorts Hawai‘i, East West Hospitality will lead Mauna Kea Resort’s property management division, which is being rebranded as the Mauna Kea Residences.

Mauna Kea Residences. Courtesy Photo

Located on the Kohala Coast of the Big Island, the Mauna Kea Resort is comprised of the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel—an Autograph Collection by Marriott, The Westin Hapuna Beach Resort and two championship golf courses. Originally opened in 1965, the Mauna Kea Resort is owned by Japan’s Seibu Holdings.

Mauna Kea Residences currently manages 35 residences within Mauna Kea Resort along with an additional 85 residences in the homecare program. The luxurious residences range from two to seven-bedroom condos, townhomes and estates, many offering private pools, lanai spaces for outdoor relaxation and panoramic ocean, golf course and mountain views.

View from the Mauna Kea Pool. Courtesy photo.

Owner and guest amenities include exclusive access to two pristine Big Island beaches, two stunning pools, the award-winning seaside tennis club, two fitness centers, two golf courses and several exceptional restaurants as well as The Mauna Kea Spa by Mandara, which offers a combination of Balinese and Hawai‘i-inspired therapies.

Steve Dowling. Courtesy photo.

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To lead the Mauna Kea Residences, East West Hospitality has promoted Steve Dowling to serve as the Director of Property Management Services & General Manager. Dowling previously served as General Manager for the Canyons Grand Summit Owners Association in Park City, Utah.

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For more information on the Mauna Kea Residences, visit online.

Based in Colorado, East West Hospitality has more than 30 years of success in real estate and property and association management. The company currently manages 85 homeowner associations for more than 15,000 individual owners and operates in Vail, Beaver Creek and Snowmass Village in Colorado, Lake Tahoe, California, Park City, Utah and Charleston, South Carolina, along with Hawai‘i. With more than $2 billion in assets under management, East West Hospitality prides itself on offering optimal results for owners and genuine hospitality with hotel-like services in vacation rentals.

For more information on East West Hospitality, visit their website.

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