The quality of service at this resort was really good from check in to the pool staff. They provided all the extras (chairs, towels, coolers, umbrellas, parking, etc) at no additional charge and no daily resort fee. It was a laid back kind of place in a beautiful location. I would definitely come ...
This was better than the Four Seasons and Ritz Carlton. I was stunned by the level of service, detail, and timeliness. Unbelievable property and staff...
The view was beautiful but the room needs to be updated. Oven and microwave was old and difficult to use. Sink was falling apart. Washer and dryer didn't work. The balcony had bird poop everywhere
We LOVE this property and have stayed here 4 times now. It is great proximity to our favorite snorkel beach, Kapaula Bay. Perfect amenities with a well stocked kitchen so you don't have to eat every single meal out. And walking distance to a couple of wonderful restaurants. So relaxing and wonderful. ...
The best part about this property is that you can have a room with an Oceanview and literally steps away from one of the best beaches in Maui. The rooms are very comfortable and have everything you need.
This is the second time that I have stayed at the Mauian and I absolutely LOVE it! It is just perfect. The room is great, the property is beautifully maintained, the pool is wonderful and rooms are just steps from the ocean. I have only the best to say about this place and hope to stay there again ...
One of Maui Island’s most popular tourist beaches, Kapalua Beach is just steps from some great resorts and hotels. Palm trees line the sand and provide shady spots, and you will find plenty of convenient facilities, including public toilets, changing rooms and parking at Kapalua Beach.
Kapalua Beach is particularly safe for swimmers and snorkelers, and a small hut rents the equipment for you need to explore the rocky outcrops at each end of the beach, which create calm the water conditions. The beach is particularly popular in the evenings when you can join other visitors and locals gathering on the sands to enjoy the sunset.
The two closest areas to Kapalua Beach, Lahaina and Kapalua have a great choice of hotels, ranging from mid-range three-star accommodation to lavish five-star resorts. Stay at these hotels and resorts for outdoor pools and barbecue grills, spas and daily Hawaiian entertainment.
In the heat of the day, retreat to your air-conditioned room and find a movie on your satellite TV or share photos using free WiFi. Or you might prefer to simply enjoy a nap on your furnished lanai. .
Former whaling village, historic Lahaina is a popular day out with vintage shops to explore. But the big draw of Lahaina is the humpbacks you can see from the village’s beach during the winter when they swim close to the shore.
One of West Maui’s liveliest areas, Kaanapali features the Whalers Village, a large shopping mall which also houses a small whaling museum. Bars and restaurants line Kaanapali’s large beach, and its waters are perfect for surfers and other water-sports enthusiasts.
There are many golf courses on the island, some of the best of which are in West Maui. The Kapalua Plantation Course offers golfers unbeatable views of the neighbouring islands of Molokai and Lanai. Further down the coast, the Kapalua Bay Course takes players closer to the beach. Don’t be surprised to spot pro golfers when you head into the club house, especially when the island’s annual Hyundai Tournament of Champions is on.
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