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This is my second time staying at the Royal Lahaina and I love it! The proximity to the beach is ideal, food and drinks are delicious and am a huge fan of the Hawaiian decor. My best friend an I were on a Girls’ Trip and upgraded to a full ocean view. Our only complaint was that the mirror placement ...
The resort is located in a perfect location. Close to Whalers Village, great restaurants and beach bars. Black Rock is excellent for snorkeling and diving off the rocks and only 150 yards away. The resort first assigned us a ocean view room that was a bit dated but okay. After asking if they had ...
There were a few minor set backs but overall I would rate this place a 5 out of 5. Great location. Walking distance to ABC store, grocery store, ocean, shops, and food places. Plus the restaurant on site was great overlooking one of the pools and ocean.
The Hotel Papakea is good and clean and lots of amenities close by. The hotel is also close to the beach however the beach itself has no swimming area.
Our first trip to Maui. We loved our quiet 2 Bedroom condo (corner unit) with view of the ocean and the pool. An unbelievable view I might add. We could toss a stone into the ocean. The room was immaculate with every thing you could need. Adorably decorated and spacious. Updated with granite counters ...
Great gateaway to South of Maui, easily accessible, no veach and restaurant facilities right there but reachable by car or 10 min walk.
Maui Island’s three-star accommodation ranges from beach-side villas to large resorts nestled in the island’s lush landscape. Each hotel offers a traditional Hawaiian feel and makes the most of the scenic surroundings with plenty of outdoor areas. Conveniently located in central spots, each three-star hotel or resort places you within easy reach of Maui Island’s main attractions.
When staying in mid-range hotels, you can enjoy the tropical weather in outdoor pools, tennis courts and while dining outside at hotel restaurants. There are plenty of chances to get involved with nightly luau parties, traditional Polynesian shows and hula classes. Some hotels also have slick spa facilities and tiki bars.
Three-star hotel rooms and villas are fully air-conditioned and have plenty of modern conveniences, including WiFi and satellite TVs. Some hotels offer self-catering rooms with kitchens. But the best bit is being able to relax on your balcony or patio with ocean views..
On the island’s northern coast, Kapalua is one of Maui Island’s main resort areas. Located at the base of the West Maui Mountains, the area’s coastline has numerous bays and three popular sandy beaches. Just down the coast from Kapalua, the small town of Kaanapali is also a hotspot for resorts and hotels. Kaanapali’s Black Rock is a favourite spot for snorkelers and cliff divers, and Kaanapali Golf Course is within a five-minute drive from the town.
The tree-lined D.T. Fleming Beach Park at Kapalua is popular with sunbathers as there are plenty of shady spots for when the sun gets too much. Not as touristy as the nearby Kaanapali beach, it only ever gets crowded on public holidays and weekends, though there are usually groups of surfers and boogie boarders throughout the week.
Close to the town of Lahaina, Puamana Beach County Park has plenty of picnic tables, restrooms and barbecues. The waters are suitable for swimmers, and waves are usually gentle enough for beginner and intermediate surfers. Less than a five-minute walk away, the Launiupoko Beach Park has a pool area, naturally formed by a lava rock wall.