I liked the location of the property it wasn't too far away from most of the attractions.
It served as a safe harbor with a bed. That's all we were looing for. Hotels.com had the wrong address, so we had to call the hostel to find the location. A little less than we expected in terms of number of showers and toilets. Staff was friendly, and we met other travelers. Some tiny ants in the ...
Staff didn't notify me about a reduced meal allowance at the adjacent cafe
I didn't like the smell of the room, it was dusty, the dryers didn't dry well
I give 5 stars to this hotel. This hotel is a gem in Maui. It has a beautifully decorated interior and court yard. Fantastics breakfast. Support helpful staff!
Our flight was cancelled and we had to hang around the hotel without a room all day. They were extremely accommodating. They also provide shuttle service anywhere within 2 miles of the hotel. The only thing I could add would be complementary coffee in the lobby.
We loved our stay in this quiet little beach house. Gail and Jordan were great hosts, and provided everything we could possibly need and then some! Away from the busy, loud, bustling southern shore beaches we felt like we had our own private beach area most of the time. Thanks, Gail and Jordan, we’ll ...
Located in central Kahului, the Maui Arts and Cultural Center hosts a variety of concerts and performances, from highbrow theatre to reggae gigs. This large complex has two modern indoor theatres and an outdoor amphitheatre. Not only is the Maui Arts and Cultural Center home to the annual Maui Film Festival, but it’s also the island’s main live music venue.
Kahului has a number of midrange hotels within easy reach of Maui Arts and Cultural Center. While you’re in town, make the most Kahului shopping at Maui Island’s largest mall, the Queen Kaahumanu Center. The town is also known for its popular markets, the Aloha Friday Farmers’ Market and the Maui Swap Meet.
Just a 20-minute drive across the island from Kahului, Kihei is another popular tourist spot on Maui Island. While Kihei’s beaches enjoy some of Maui’s best weather, there is also Maalaea Bay and the Maui Ocean Center to explore just to the north of the town.
A courtyard cafe at Maui Arts and Cultural Center serves traditional Polynesian dishes and drinks. Or you could dine under the stars at one of Maui’s beachside restaurants, after enjoying a live-music concert. There are many contemporary and traditional music shows in West Maui with many hotels and bars hosting traditional Hawaiian luau parties and hula shows every night. Some hotels and resorts even offer free hula classes if you want to give it a go.
Just a five-minute drive from the Maui Arts and Cultural Center, the Bailey House Museum is in the former home of one of Maui’s first missionaries. The museum details life on the island throughout the missionary times and displays a range of unique items, including shark-tooth daggers and traditional Hawaiian costumes.
Located in Wailuku, the Kaahumanu Church is one of the island’s best examples of native materials used in European-style architecture. The church’s services are held in traditional Hawaiian, giving you another chance to combine Maui’s arts and culture into your visit to Hawaii.
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