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While not scenic and lacking an ocean view, this basic lodging (my stay was in the downstairs women's dorm) was adequate for my solo Maui adventure. I paid $45 a night for a bunk and kitchen privileges. The staff is super friendly, sweet and helpful. They provided me with a hammer with which to attack ...
It’s not the newest condos outside, but the rooms were up to date. No AC wasn’t a big deal. Open your doors and get a nice ocean breeze. It’s close to a lot of good little restaurants and coffee shops. Just a small walk to the beach and black rock. The turtles love to graze on the rocks, you can ...
Nice location, nice beaches close by. Great dining all around.
This is our first time staying here and would definitely return.
this was an older condo complex that was still kept up very well and had many personnel touches that made the stay much nicer. The owner had a notebook with some recommended restuarants and sights as well as beach chairs, towels, snorkels and skim boards. The condo was well equiped with just about ...
This hotel has the basics, you get clean room with an oscillating fan and a hot shower. No frills place to stay
Dotted around the whole island, two-star hotels are quite common on Maui Island, despite the destination’s reputation as a luxury holiday destination. From beach resorts to golf hotels, Maui Island’s two-star accommodation offers a diverse choice for all types of guests. You’ll find a variety of hotels, inns, and resorts all providing budget travellers with a comfortable, affordable place to stay.
You can enjoy many convenient facilities in your two-star hotel, including concierge services and parking. But it’s the two-star hotels’ landscaped gardens and outdoor pools that are most appealing, inviting you to make the most of the Hawaiian weather. After a day of hiking in West Maui Forest Reserve, you can sink into the pool then grab a drink and bite to eat in onsite bars and restaurants.
Air-conditioned rooms are decorated in a Polynesian style and come with plenty of in-room entertainment, including cable TV, MP3 docks and free WiFi. A number of rooms have balconies or lanais, and some hotels offer condos with full kitchens.
To really get away from it all, pick a two-star hotel in largely undeveloped Hana, which still has much of its natural tropical beauty. The most eastern point on Maui Island, Hana is far more peaceful than the bustling western side. Hana Cultural Center and Museum displays many historical artefacts and old photographs of the area’s landmarks.
On the western side of Maui Island, you’ll find several popular small tourist towns and villages. For a step back in time, walk around Lahaina. Many of the town’s original 19th-century buildings are now bars and restaurants. Down the coast in southern Maui, golf courses and cattle ranches surround the small town of Kihei. Its beaches are also popular spots for surfing and beach volleyball.
On Maui Island’s northern shore, the hike to Twin Falls is gentle enough for families with young children. You could arrange a guided tour to the waterfalls, but it is easy to navigate alone. Before setting off, grab a bite from the traditional Maui snack kiosk at the beginning of the trail.