All-Inclusive Hotels on Maui Island
Staying in one of Maui Island’s all-inclusive hotels is a great way to make the most of resort life. Knowing your meals are sorted gives you the freedom to head off and explore the delights of the rest of Maui. All-inclusive hotels often fall into the luxury price range, but Maui’s all-inclusive ranges from three- to five-star and some have outdoor pools, spa facilities and al fresco dining.
After a day enjoying everything your all-inclusive hotel has to offer, unwind further on your furnished lanai or indoor sitting area. Enjoy complimentary drinks and snacks from minibars in your tropically themed hotel room, or make the most of the high-speed WiFi, flat-screen TVs and video games.
All-Inclusive Stay on Maui Island
Maui Island’s all-inclusive resorts are in the high-end area of Wailea in South Maui. The area’s beaches are some of the best on the island for swimming, surfing and snorkelling, and there is a number of excellent golf courses within easy reach.
Exploring South Maui
Just a 25-minute drive up the coast from Wailea, the small port of Maalaea is known for its many boat trips out to sea. Head out on whale-watching excursions or take a diving and snorkelling boat out to the Molokini crater.
The vast Kula Botanical Gardens are just a 45-minute drive out of Wailea. Spend time looking at the garden’s 2,500 species of plants, and make sure you pop into see the poisonous plants in its taboo garden. Find a spot on the grass next to the stream running through the gardens or go ornate koi spotting in the pond at the end of the stream.
Shopping on Maui Island
Maui Island’s biggest shopping mall, the Queen Kaamhumanu Center is in Kahului, 16 miles out of Wailea. Head out from your all-inclusive hotel for a day at Queen Kaamhumanu Center, where you’ll find international fashion brands and great local food. Stay a while in the mall and you might even catch a hula show.
If you’re up for more shopping and local entertainment, make your way to Kaanapali’s Whalers Village, where you can watch traditional Polynesian dance performances and take part in ukulele and lei-making classes.