The Paul Mitchell Estate is situated in a 1.3 acre security-gated, beachfront enclave in Lanikai on the windward coast of Oahu. Set amidst towering palm trees and vibrantly-hued tropical flowers and foliage, one of America’s leading entrepreneurs created his modern-day vision of the quintessential Polynesian village. The Estate is exquisitely decorated in an aesthetically pleasing combination of elegantly crafted Balinese rattans, Oriental antiques and Hawaiian period furnishings to produce a kingdom worthy of Pacific island royalty.

The seven separate buildings of the 11,000 square foot estate are architecturally unified by gracefully rounded stucco walls and roofs that are capped by wood shakes made from hand-split Indonesian ironwood and fringed with feathered palm fronds. Throughout the property the high, peaked interior ceilings of the buildings are covered with finely woven grass-cloth matting and are cross-timbered and supported by columns and beams consisting of native Hawaiian ohia tree logs. Other notable features include solid teak doors which were hand-carved in Bali to depict traditional Polynesian patterns and motifs; rich Hawaiian koa wood cabinetry; and, floors and walkways of a variety of polished hardwoods, gleaming marble, and sealed flagstone. In keeping with the traditional Polynesian lifestyle, the various buildings on the estate have high ceilings, skylights and/or fans and an abundance of glass doors and louvered windows that can be opened to allow natural cooling and ventilation by the prevailing tropical trade winds.

The ocean side of the estate opens to gorgeous vistas of reef-protected, azure waters and of the picturesque Mokulua Islands located a short distance offshore. An arbor-lined pathway leads to a secluded beach cove where guests can enjoy sun bathing, kayaking, windsurfing or ocean swimming in relative privacy.

For $9,000/night, this 7-bedroom villa can we yours!  A minimum 7 night stay is required.