Set among dense gardens on Kaanapali's best stretch of beach, the Sheraton offers a quieter, more low-key atmosphere than its neighboring resorts and sits next to and on top of the 80-foot-high Puu Kekaa, from which divers leap in a nightly torch-lighting and cliff-diving ritual. The open-air lobby has a crisp, cool look with understated furnishings and sweeping views of the pool area and beach. The majority of the spacious rooms have ocean views; others have mountain or garden views. All rooms have plenty of amenities, including 32-inch flat-screen TVs with on-demand movies. The massive swimming pool resembles a natural lagoon, with rock waterways and wooden bridges; and the Spa at Black Rock offers oceanfront services. The revamped Black Rock Kitchen emphasizes tapas and plates for sharing, using locally grown ingredients, as well as craft brews, wine, and Maui-inspired cocktails.