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There is nothing not to like about the Maui Coast. They were just great & so helpful.
Nice area just to lounge. Tiki bar and snack bar great. Would like to have chairs you can move to the sand.
Construction in progress. Limited facilities. Inconvenient. Noisy.
The staff here is second to none. They are gracious, friendly and helpful. They help make the resort feel like home.
i loved that the pools were heated which meant my baby could enjoy the water. staff was super friendl.
I love the open air lobby, as it makes you feel always immersed in "Hawaii" no matter where you are in the hotel. The best on-site excursion was the Tour of the Stars; it was breathtaking and highly recommended, even if you're not a big stargazer. Only gripe was check-in, as there was only me and ...
Love the Leis with flower accent. Smells very good. They are able to provide the room one hour earlier.
This property is excellent, but probably not the best for kids.
great location, pool, great for families- room was awesome!
Ranging from two- to five-stars, Maui Island’s adventure-sport hotels offer you a variety of accommodation to suit your budget. Each adventure-sport hotel has sporting facilities on site, so you can five into outdoor pools, practice your swing on golf courses or work up a sweat on the tennis courts. After an active day, spend the evening relaxing in Maui’s beachside hotels’ restaurants and bars.
You can expect your hotel rooms to be a relaxed, island-themed space, where you can kick back and flick through satellite TV channels after a day adventuring around Maui. Guests can plan the next day’s hike using free WiFi while sitting on furnished lanais or spreading across premium bedding.
The majority of Maui’s adventure-sport hotels are along the coast of West Maui. Get a sense of 19th-century Polynesian adventure by staying in the former whaling port of Lahaina, one of Maui’s oldest towns, immortalised in Herman Melville’s novel ‘Moby-Dick’. Today, Lahaina is a popular resort area with many bars, restaurants and leisure boat trips from its harbour.
For a golfing adventure, take a short drive up the coast to Kapalua, renowned for its award-winning courses.
Wailea is one of Maui Island’s high-end resort locations and has a reputation as an adventure playground for the rich and famous. Known for its spas, golf courses and gourmet restaurants, Wailea also has some eco-adventure tours sailing, canoeing and snorkelling the waters around the popular resort.
One of the most popular areas for hiking on Maui Island, Haleakala National Park surrounds the dormant Haleakala volcano. Your sport hotel can arrange hiking tours on the trails that lead up the side of the volcano and into its large crater. There is also a good choice of walks snaking through the surrounding rainforest if you’re up for a more sedate adventure.
Explore Maui’s history on some of the walking routes through Iao Valley State Park. The site of the Battle of Kepaniwai is one of Maui’s most historically significant land.
Wherever you stay on Maui Island, you’ll be able to pack every day with sports and adventure before retreating to your hotel’s pool to ease your muscles.