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Everything about our stay at the montage was top notch. Staff was super friendly and accommodating, pools and facilities were well appointed and awesome. Food was really good. Only complaint is they need a casual grab and go store/restaurant if you don't want to spend $$$ on breakfast
A hotspot for snorkelers and sunbathers, Wailea is the home to many of Maui Island’s five-star resorts, and their stunning views across the ocean. Wailea’s long golden beaches have gentle waters which make them perfect swimming spots. And if you enjoy a round or two of golf, Wailea’s multiple championship golf courses will keep you happy.
Also known for its luxury hotels is western Maui’s Kapalua. Kapalua Beach is one of the island’s best as its rocky outcrops make it perfect for snorkelling and swimming. And the beach’s restaurants and bars are the perfect bolt hole for sunset cocktails and Hawaiian specialities.
Each of Maui Island’s five-star resorts has signature luxuries, including tiered infinity pools, beachfront restaurants and award-winning golf courses. You can also enjoy fitness centres, spa facilities and plenty of picturesque outdoor areas.
Luxury rooms and condos feature traditional Polynesian decor and furnished lanais. For that home-from-home feeling, in-room coffee machines and deep-soaking tubs come as standard, and residential suites have kitchens complete with refrigerators, stoves and microwaves.
The best way to explore Maui Island is to hire a car, charter a driver or arrange private tours of the spots you most want to see. Many visitors visit the small coastal village of Maalaea for the day, where you can take a boat out from Maalaea Harbour, especially during the whale watching season. The area’s beaches are popular with surfers and fishermen, whose daily catches usually end up in the harbour’s busy seafood and sushi restaurants.
One of the best road trips on Maui Island is the coastal Road to Hana, lined with lush rainforest and waterfalls line. Many choose to break up the drive by joining one of the nearby hiking routes to secluded gorges and swimming holes. At the end of the drive, there’s plenty to discover in the seaside villages at Hana, including Hawaiian temples.
Maui Island is studded with premium golf courses, each with fantastic settings and ocean views. There’s a good chance you’ll spot a pro or two milling about in the various clubhouses, especially during the island’s annual PGA Tour Hyundai Tournament of Champions.