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Great place but small pools and hot tub. Very nice staff. Be aware there's no resort fee but they charge $15 a day to park your car and parking sucks. Or pay $20 a day for valet.
I've stayed at the 4 seasons in a honeymoon suite and grand wailea - I feel that this hotel is the best bang for your buck. The room and hotel grounds match what you pay!
What a gem! Exceptional staff, location, beach, and room. The food is great and so are the cocktails. We love this hotel.
We enjoyed our stay at Napili Kia. It has a close grocery store, great snorkel beach itself and an awesome one next door. I got to swim with the sea turtles, see many fish, a moray eel, and an octopus. It was really nice having the kitchen for a quick breakfast and for keeping drinks cold.
Everything about this resort was great. Very friendly staff and all very helpful. Our room was really nice size and the view exceptional. The food was to die for especially the hamburgers made to order and the morning buffet. We also enjoyed the laui.
This hotel is right on the beach. Has a real Hawaiian feel. They have hula dancing each night, lei making classes. They are rich in tradition of the Hawaii feel. Rooms are comfortable, slightly out-dated. The pool is small but having access the the beach was a plus. The elevators are slow. The grill ...
Hotel and staff were awesome, but the price of food was rediculous, especially the breakfast buffet... $90 for 2 people and the options are slim. Definitely stay at this resort, but rent a car and drive for food. Great restaurants within 15 min.
We had a great time at Honua Kai, We've stayed in other hotels in Kaanapali and it always felt too busy & cramped. So we did a little research on Honua Kai which is just a few blocks north & its like day & night. Its so much more quiet & relaxing here like what we needed this time for a "real"vacation. ...
For a romantic getaway on a tropical island, head to Maui for its stunning beaches, diverse landscape and upscale hotels and resorts. Many of Maui’s romantic hotels have scenic coastal locations right by sandy beaches, and offer you a personable service and plenty of deluxe leisure facilities.
The majority of romantic accommodation on Maui Island are charming three- and four-star hotels with island-inspired guestrooms and condos. Enjoy the sunset on your furnished lanai before sliding into your large pillow-top bed.
From lounging by the pool to enjoying a couple’s massage in the spa, there’s a wide range of things to do in Maui’s Romantic Hotels. After a relaxing day, enjoy dinner in onsite restaurants and end the evening with a cocktail in the hotel bar.
For fantastic surf and varied nightlife, choose one of the romantic hotels along the coast of West Maui. Stay in Lahaina for its old-time atmosphere and leisure trips out to see. And just up the coast, the small town of Kaanapali has one of the best beaches for watching the sunset, as well as excellent shopping, eating and Polynesian entertainment in the large Whalers Village complex.
To enjoy a lavish romantic break, book a hotel in the exclusive resort of Wailea. Known as a popular haunt for the rich and famous, Wailea gets some of the best weather on Maui Island, and its beaches give novice surfers and swimmers gentle conditions.
If you’re looking for a more pocket-friendly romantic hotel, use Expedia to search for a place to stay in Kihei, where there are affordable hotels and resorts just a ten-minute drive from Wailea’s excellent attractions.
For a romantic evening out, head to Kahului to watch traditional island entertainment at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center. There are more dance performances and hula shows at Kaanapali’s Whalers Village and at the Shops at Wailea. All of the main resort areas have beachside bars, many of which host live music and traditional Polynesian entertainment, all perfect for your romantic stay on Maui Island.