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Located close to Main Street, Front Street great location with immediate access to all the shops , galleries and restaurants. Very quaint little Inn with old fashion charm . Nice touch of the balconies with the white rocking chairs. Bedroom was nicely done and the headboard of our bed was beautiful ...
This hotel has gorgeous views of the beach. What more could you ask for? Each room has a great balcony that you can hear the ocean from and there is live music every night. Our room was kept a little warmer than we would have liked, but we are also from Wisconsin and not used to tropical ...
We stayed in a garden cottage for our honeymoon. Walls are very thin and you can hear the next door neighbors conversations, alarms going off, showers etc.... not sure how the hotel itself is insulated but just something to keep in mind. Overall a great room and stay though. I would still highly ...
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).
My only complaint was housekeeping other than that, we had a memorable stay. Love how it’s so close to the beach and our kids loved the pool.
Glad we had a kitchen and laundry in our room. The location was awesome. Easy to walk to beach and restaurants.
As an older couple wanting peace and quiet, this hotel was perfect! Our room had a glorious ocean view so we watched the beautiful sunset every night and could stroll along to the shops and restaurants for lunch and dinner. With a full kitchen we ate breakfast on our lanai each day, with that wonderful ...
I have no complaints about this hotel. The pool and hot tub area was by far the best I saw while I was on Maui. Great kitchen at the pool bar and grill, and great happy hour twice a day. Staff was great and I had no one try to sell me anything which is what I came in expecting. I was pleasantly surprised ...
We had a wonderful experience at the Resort. Everything from checking in to finding a room was very easy. We had everything we needed and it exceeded her expectations.
From battle fields and ancient burial sites to restored missionary houses and cultural museums, there are plenty of historic attractions on Maui Island. Island culture and tradition is prominent throughout Maui’s charming historic hotels as a Hawaiian-style decor features throughout to give a true taste of island life.
Historic hotels place you just minutes from some of Maui’s culturally significant sites. Many of Maui’s historic hotels are in Lahaina, the one-time capital of Hawaii and, before that, home to Maui royalty. Head to Front Street, one of America’s top ten greatest streets, to step back in time.
Once also the wealthy centre of the global whaling industry, Lahaina is now the best place to hop on a whale-watching boat trip to see the humpbacks in their natural habitat before heading back to Whalers Village for lunch or lei-making lesson.
Some of Maui’s historic hotels help you settle in with island orientation upon arrival, when they will also explain the historic significance of the hotel you’re staying in. Traditionally designed rooms feature plenty of modern conveniences including flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers and MP3 docks.
Family-friendly historic hotels offer kids a variety of traditional Hawaiian activities including poi making. And in the restaurants, you can choose local dishes handed down through generations, then after dinner, catch a hula show or unwind with a treatment in the spa facilities.
Take the popular drive down the Road to Hana to the historic town of Hana. Visit the Hana Cultural Center and Museum to see artefacts and artwork from ancient Hawaii. Closely associated with the first missionaries to permanently settle on Maui, Hana’s Wananalua Congregational Church dates back to the 19th century and is one of the few churches that holds services in both Hawaiian and English.
Hike through the Iao Valley State Park to reach the site of the Battle of Kepaniwai, where King Kamehameha fought Maui’s warriors to win and unify the Hawaiian Islands in 1790.
Explore the island’s long history by using one of Maui’s historic hotels as a base, to really help you step back in time.