Great check in service with Mark! He’s friendly and helpful. My room was very comfortable and clean. Thanks!
Great location near beach and shops! Comfortable atmosphere.
Beautiful house on the Beach, we enjoyed our stay very much
The house is perfectly located for enjoying Lahaina, easy walking distance and quiet neighborhood. The yard fronts on the water (no beach) separated by a rock wall. Beautiful sunsets to enjoy from your own space! We had one small issue with the jacuzzi and had very prompt assistance to reset the ...
Salt water pool, did not like the cleaning fee, nor parking fee.
It wasn’t something I would ever go back too. Not close to anything really. Bad neighborhood, have to pay to park in a parking lot that is never full, not great responsiveness from the resort, and the pool/garbage/recycling are all next to each other and on the OPPOSITE side of the property. Not ...
Wonderful experience! Pools were great, condo had every possble need covered, three tvs, pots and skillets, dish washer soap, washing machine soap, float tube and boogie board, beach chairs. Location is perfect. Only negative was the $20 a night parking there were so many unused parking spaces. One ...
Nice staff,.clean place.On the beach.Close to all action. WIFI should be on pool area also, the
Once a busy whaling port, Lahaina Harbor is now a tourist hotspot in downtown Lahaina. But the harbour is still busy, with many whale-watching, diving and fishing trips depart heading out into the Pacific from the town. The port is also a stop off for many international cruise ships. There’s also some good surfing and other water sports to be had just off the coast of Lahaina Harbor.
The small town of Lahaina is one of the best examples of traditional life on Maui Island. Walking through its streets feels like stepping back into a 1800s whaling village, as the majority of shops and buildings still sport vintage facades and historic architecture features. There are plenty of restaurants serving Hawaiian specialities and bars that hold nightly luau shows and parties.
Most of Lahaina’s accommodation is three-star hotels offering spacious rooms and condos with kitchens equipped with refrigerators, microwaves and stoves. After a day at the beach, you can unwind in front of a flatscreen TV and plan the next day’s itinerary on the free WiFi.
Lahaina Harbor’s hotels and resorts are mainly decorated in an island style complemented by many modern facilities -- think barbecue grills and spa tubs. You could clock up laps in your hotel’s outdoor pools or enjoy strolls through its manicured gardens.
Just a 25-minute drive south down the coast from Lahaina Harbor, the small port of Maalaea is another popular area for leisure boats and whale-watching trips. Many of the boats that leave from Maalaea Harbor head out to Molokini, a large volcanic crater in the ocean with a rich marine life.
Less than ten miles north of Lahaina Harbor, the resort area of Kapalua has two award-winning golf courses and picturesque beaches suitable for bathing, surfing and snorkelling. Kapalua is also a great spot to head for a meal out at one of its many beachside restaurants, especially during June when the area hosts the popular Kapalua Wine and Food Festival.
Find a place to stay in Lahaina Harbor and head off to explore the more authentic sides of Maui Island life.
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