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We had a wonderful time at the resort. The rooms were clean and spacious and snacks and beverages were also included. There some nice amenities included in your resort fee so don’t forget to use them. The Japanese restaurant on property was excellent!! The staff are friendly and very attentive.
It's my second time at the hotel. My first time was 6 years ago and my wife and I loved it and promised we would return. First time was for 9 nights and this time it was for 10 nights. It doesn't matter how long you stay you always wish you could stay longer. Already trying to plan our next trip ...
Large rooms, beautiful grounds, great pool facilities, friendly staff, good tv channels, well equipped business centre, wifi throughout, superb spa, tasty cocktails. All the right ingredients for a relaxing stay...
From the second we pulled up in front of the Fairmont Kea Lani property we were treated like royalty. I've never seen a car unloaded so quickly and the staff was eager to walk us through the property and get us settled into our room despite our late evening arrival. At every turn, the staff here ...
We had a wonderful time at these beautiful beach villas. There were clean with the best in terms of room, amenities, top kitchen appliances, tons of space, light and an absolutely lovely staff. The housekeeping ladies were kind and generous and cleaned very nicely. Happy is a wonderful concierge ...
We decided to end our Maui honeymoon at the The Hotel Wailea and we couldn't be happier that we did! The staff was amazing and super friendly anything we needed they worked diligently to make sure they got it just right for us! The suite was beautiful and the grounds were just amazing! We can't wait ...
Beautiful, wonderful staff, the rooms are huge. -1 star because of no A.C. the staff did open the windows and sliding glass doors, but with all three fans on, we were still to hot to sleep comfortably. But who needs sleep with all the beauty around you. It is pricy, but with the limited options they ...
We have been to the GW about five times. We now stay at Ho' Olei. Very high end. Four minute walk to the GW where you have access to all facilities. Makes sense if you have a family of four or larger. Otherwise, stay at the GW.
Maui Island’s excellent weather and stunning scenery make it a popular destination for well-heeled travellers looking for an upscale getaway. From award-winning golf courses to designer shopping, there’s plenty to do away from the beach, and many of the five-star resorts also host their own complimentary activities and evening entertainment.
Each five-star hotel and resort on Maui Island offers deluxe features to ensure you’re comfortable throughout your stay, from marble bathrooms and deep-soaking bath tubs to private lanais and courtyards with ocean views.
Beachfront restaurants serve Hawaiian delicacies, and bartenders mix up tiki cocktails in the hotel bars. Take a dip in the hotel’s outdoor infinity pool or workout in the modern fitness centre before unwinding in the deluxe hotel spa. Some of Maui’s luxury hotels and resorts also have tennis courts and their own golf courses.
Maui Island’s upscale resort area, Wailea is known for its luxury hotels, premium golf courses and beautiful beaches. Stop by the Shops at Wailea to shop for designer fashion and enjoy its daily hula shows. For some of the best swimming and snorkelling on the island, head to the popular Wailea Beach.
There are plenty more luxury hotels along the coast of West Maui. Stay in Kaanapali to be close to its beach, one of the best on the island for surfing. The area’s two golf courses have fantastic ocean views, so if you’re a golfer, teeing off here gives you an excellent chance of seeing humpbacks. For more gold, take the 15-minute drive up the coast to get to the Plantation Golf Course, famous for hosting the annual PGA Tour’s Hyundai Tournament of Champions.
To see professional surfers in action, head to Hookipa Beach in Paia. It’s also a world-famous windsurfing beach, and there are regularly major competitions out on its large waves. Beginners will find it easier to get to grips with the calmer conditions on the West Maui coast, especially after some lessons from the Kaanapali Surf Club.