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The first night we were put in a ground level room with 2 queen beds next to the elevator that we could hear “ding” constantly and our key cards didn’t work. We agreed to look into paying for an upgrade, but the next room up wasn’t available either, we were moved to a nicer room with a better partial ...
Our first room was awful. It was right off the main entrance, music played all night, and it was a strange shape. Was not happy at all. But they changed it the next day, but had to repack up and tip the bellmen again. So that was a bummer. I am a Gold Elite Marriott member. After the change it was ...
Aloha. It was a beautiful day on arrival and the staff was exceptional actually amazing. We were invited to the welcome reception which was ok. They were to serve a pupu of food and all that was available was guacamole and chips on each of the 4 or 5 tables. No other foods. The drink selection was ...
As a single traveler in a mainly couple and family travel destination, the Andaz staff was genuinely warm and friendly and made my stay that more enjoy. The Andaz is a beautiful property. I have stayed at a few other hotels in the West and none compare.
Rooms are very nice , but be aware that their idea of ocean view isn't always quit ocean view. Beach is very ruff and isn't shallow for long. There beach chairs cost and so does parking , with tax too! ! If your a smoker , very few places to smoke , drinks are expensive and one of the staff members ...
Maui Island’s western coastline is the most popular if you’re looking for four-star accommodation. The small village of Kapalua has many boutique shops, award-winning restaurants and miles of sandy beaches. And just down the coast, Kaanapali is popular with water sports enthusiasts. The area’s golf courses enjoy premium locations and ocean views.
Stay at a four-star hotel and you could also be on Maui Island’s southern coast. The community of Wailea here is renowned for its choice of golf courses and five signature crescent beaches. Wailea also celebrates a number of annual festivals throughout the year, including the Maui Film Festival in summer. There’s a good choice of resorts in the area, many of which are nestled in tropical surroundings overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
Maui’s four-star hotels and resorts are in some of the island’s most striking locations and have fantastic views. Most of the large resorts have multiple leisure facilities, from full-service spas to well-maintained outdoor pools and tennis courts. You can enjoy evening luau parties and dine in intimate onsite restaurants.
Stay in Maui’s high-end hotels to know you’ll have all the modern touches you want, from jetted bathtubs and kitchenettes with well-stocked mini fridges. You’ll also snuggle into premium bedding and sit out on luxurious balconies.
There’s no better way to make the most of the exceptional weather and views on Maui Island than with a cocktail on the beach. Most of the main beaches have tiki bars right on the sand, and you can easily reserve a table online or turn up, watch the sunset over the Pacific Ocean and wait for a table. You might catch a ukulele competition or local musicians providing the entertainment, or you could just enjoy some local premium wines served straight from barrel.
High on almost every visitor’s to-do list, whale watching is an extremely popular winter activity on Maui Island. You can spot whales just off the coast in January and February, though there are also many whale-watching tours to take you out into the ocean to get up close to the famous humpbacks.