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Most of the time service at the pool was very slow but the housekeepers and grounds keepers were amazing - very friendly and clean. Third time staying at the resort and we would go back.
Certain aspects of the hotel are dated (e.g. Lobby, halls, shower, etc.) The pull-out couch was stained but the bed in the couch was clean and quite large. Overall, very happy with the hotel and would recommend.
good experience, hap hazard in getting around (several different levels which takes a few elevators),very dated hotel. Pool are congested, not enough lounge chairs with cushions.Pool staff not policing the saved lounge chairs in pool area (I think 30 to 60 minute limit of being saved).
Beautiful hotel with easy access to beach and the most beautiful sunset. Room was smaller than expected but enough room for a couple and bathroom was awesome with well-placed huge closet in bathroom.
Great place to stay and good location. Close to the beach and restaurants.
Comfortable and practical, eco-friendly hotels on Maui Island work hard to help you keep your carbon footprint to a minimum during your stay. Many of Maiu’s sustainable hotels and resorts are within walking distance of the island’s popular beaches and attractions, and also offer airport shuttle services, so you can cut down on your driving and stay green.
Many of Maui’s sustainable hotels are run by internationally famous luxury brand hotels, think Fairmont, Hyatt and Marriott, in Lahaina and the upmarket Wailea resort. From reusing towels and donating little-used toiletries to water-efficient bathrooms and community support projects, these multi-national brands put a focus on sustainability and responsibility.
After you’ve enjoyed a traditional Maui meal or enjoyed an evening luau, which helps to keep the Hawaiian culture alive, know that untouched food is donated to local initiatives.
With forests and beaches, waterfalls and national parks, Maui has a wealth of things to do that leave no carbon footprint. Ask your eco-friendly hotel to arrange a guided hike with experts to talk you through the biodiversity of the area, or head off alone.
Iao Valley State Park feels like an untouched paradise, but it was also where King Kamehameha fought Maui’s warriors to win and unify the Hawaiian Islands in 1790. Enjoy a day hiking through the rainforest, stopping off at waterfalls and swimming holes to cool off or tuck into your picnic.
One of Maui’s greenest towns, Paia on the North Shore is a great place to visit if you’re eco-conscious. Pop into the organic and natural grocery store to pick up a picnic then head off into for a tropical walk to Twin Falls on the Road to Hana.
The Road to Hana is an iconic experience, leading you from the busy-ness of Maui’s resorts and into what feels like untouched territory. While most people drive to see the bamboo forest, rugged cliffs and 400-foot waterfall, you could also hike or arrange a horseback ride to feel more at one with nature.
You’re never short of things to do in Maui from your green hotel.