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Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea - Wailea Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
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Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea

3900 Wailea Alanui Drive, Wailea - Map
 
 
Wonderful, great hotel and service Highly recommended. Good location . Great pools ,beach .
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Montage Kapalua Bay - Lahaina Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
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Montage Kapalua Bay

One Bay Drive, Lahaina - Map
 
 
"Amazing"
What a wonderful vacation we had at the Montage. Our only complaint would be that we didn't stay long enough. Our room was amazing and perfect for our son and all of the staff were on point.
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The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua - Lahaina Hotels
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The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua

1 Ritz Carlton Dr, Lahaina - Map
 
 
"Excellent location and service"
We stayed 11 days at Kapalua's Ritz Carlton during Christmas time. The weather is near perfect (13 in of rain / year, temperature always between 72 and 78). Some highlights of our stay: snorkeling at the Kapalua Bay beach and the Honolua Bay beach, both within a few minutes drive. The game room was open during the season with billiards and Wii games, a good way to take a break while doing (complimentary) laundry or enjoying a morning drink at the Aina market located on premise (cheaper than the $40 buffer breakfast). The pools are typical of the Ritz, with two sections reserved to Adults. Everybody scampers off at 5pm somehow but you still can enjoy the pools late at night. The food was not a highlight, we tried everything and kept being underwhelmed - i.e. the onsite restaurants are fine if outrageously pricey, but in no way memorable. The service staff was uniformly excellent - friendly and helpful. We enjoyed the beach right outside of the hotel, although the waves were exceedingly strong and the flags were red most of the time. Shuffle board and bocce, tennis and basketball, lots of hammocks, the coast trail passing through - lots of good times.
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    Pocket Guide: 5 stars Hotels in Maui Island

    Stay 5 Star on Maui Island

    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.

    5 Star Resorts on Maui Island

    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.

    Exploring Maui Island

    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.

    Golf on Maui Island

    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.

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