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Very comfortable; great location; beautiful beach. We had breakfast every morning at the restaurant on the beach - amazing view and excellent food. Our balcony was directly over the resort entrance which was disappointing but overall we were pleased with this resort.
Being delayed by mechanical issue on our plane, we arrived a few hours later than planned. The room we’d booked was no longer available so they gave us an upgraded room. However, it didn’t have a king bed, it had 2 doubles, for my 6’3” tall husband. We had to wait until the following day/night to ...
The hotel was pretty nice but is this place ever packed. The self parking lot is full every night - luckily they did free valet instead. The pools are always super busy so don't expect to be able to relax without dozens of other people around you.
Maui Island’s family-friendly hotels accommodate the whole family, with plenty of activities to entertain your kids, so you can take some grown-up time out in more relaxing settings. Indulge in pampering in onsite spa facilities while the kids join in the kids-club fun. Then, as a family, splash around in outdoor pools before heading in for a traditional Hawaiian meal in your family-friendly hotel’s restaurants.
Maui’s island-themed condos and villas have plenty of practical features, including free WiFi and kitchenettes with refrigerators and microwaves. TVs and iPod docks provide in-room entertainment. And once the kids are asleep, enjoy the Hawaiian sunset from your furnished lanai.
West Maui has a great choice of family-friendly hotels close to beaches and attractions. Three miles of golden beaches line Kaanapali’s coast, making it a popular destination for families, surfers and bathers. Kaanapali’s Whalers Village complex has everything from fashion boutiques to traditional Hawaiian dance shows.
There’s more surf at Wailea in South Maui and the clear water off Wailea Beach is teeming with tropical fish, making it a popular spot for snorkellers and swimmers. For time away from the beach, spend time browsing the Shops at Wailea, then grab a bite to eat in one of its relaxed family-friendly restaurants.
Kids can discover the island’s native marine life at the Maui Ocean Center in Maalaea. Watch jelly fish glide around the tanks in the Sea Jelly Gallery and learn how the ancient Hawaiians used to fish and sail in the Pacific Ocean in the Hawaiians and the Sea exhibit. The aquarium’s outdoor Reef Cafe serves a selection of pizzas and sandwiches.
There’s everything from snorkeling and swimming to surfing and kayaking at Kihei Beach. It’s also one of the many beaches humpback whales regularly swim up close to. The little ones will love Baby Beach in Lahaina, where the shallow waters and calm conditions make it the perfect beach for surf lessons and paddling.
After a busy day exploring, head back to your family-friendly Maui hotel and relax.