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The room we had overlooked the property and it was BEAUTIFUL!! Amazing! Our room was 402, 2 bedroom and it was very nice with a great location! Highly recommend.The facility is right up against the ocean so its a very short walk to the park and ocean. There are many sea turtles on this beach. If ...
Next to the beach and was close to the stores..we planing to come back
With a number of hotels across the Hawaiian Islands, Castle Resorts and Hotels knows exactly how to combine island traditions and quality accommodation. Each spacious Castle resort and full-service hotel brings together affordability, convenience and Hawaiian hospitality, making the Castle brand one of the most popular choices for families travelling to Maui Island.
Castle condos overlook the Pacific Ocean and have tropical gardens to enjoy. Head down to the garden to cook on a barbecue grill in the picnic area. And after dinner, jump into the outdoor pool or unwind in a spa tub. Some Castle resorts also have fitness centres.
Castle’s island-style condos have kitchenettes kitted out with stoves, microwaves and refrigerators. So you can make a quick snack to enjoy in front of the TV or out on the furnished lanai or balcony.
Maui Island’s liveliest tourist area, West Maui has former whaling ports and specialist golf resorts. Book a Castle hotel in Kaanapali to be just steps from all the shops, restaurants and shows at the Whalers Village complex. And the award-winning golf courses in Kapalua are just a 15-minute drive up the coast.
South Maui benefits from some of the best weather on Maui Island, and it has plenty of beaches for soaking up the sun and cooling off in the ocean. The water conditions at Wailea Beach are suitable for beginner swimmers and snorkellers. And just a five-minute drive down the coast, Maluaka Beach is one of the best places to spot Maui Island’s native turtles.
West Maui’s Iao Valley State Park is popular with hikers as it features a large variety of Hawaii’s native flora and a number of historical sites. King Kamehameha fought the Battle of Kepaniwai here in the 18th century, which eventually lead to the unification of the Hawaiian Islands. Another of the park’s famous attractions, the Iao Needle is a large rocky outcrop that overlooks the whole valley.