Doing Business on Maui Island
If you’re in Maui on business, you can book into one of the several business hotels with onsite business centres, meeting rooms and facilities to ensure you can continue with business as normal. Many business hotels in Maui have large conference rooms, perfect for hosting team training events and exhibitions, too.
Where to Stay for Business on Maui Island
For a short business trip to Maui Island, Kahului is the most convenient town as ferries regularly leave to the other Hawaiian Islands from its port, and Kahului Airport is just a ten-minute drive away.
The majority of business and commerce, companies and offices is in Kahului, where you’ll also find the Maui Country Business Resource Center, which supports and provides training services to local businesses. Head a little further south to see the Maui Business Association in Maalaea.
Business Meetings on Maui’s Golf Courses
Maui has fourteen golf courses to choose from when you want to take your meetings to the fairways or finish negotiations on a driving range. You have a choice of award-winning championship courses, like Plantation Golf Course in Kapalua, where you can discuss business while following in the footsteps of Tiger Woods. Or enjoy a round at Maui’s best-value course, Kahili Golf Course, before heading into the club house to seal the deal.
After Hours with Clients in Maui
There’s plenty to do once all the work’s done, and Maui Island’s western coast features fantastic beaches and bays. Head to Kaanapali Beach to take a dip in the ocean and see the nightly diving ceremony at Black Rock.
Many of Maui’s large shopping centres, including the Shops at Wailea, host traditional Polynesian dance shows. The beachside bars across Maui also host live music, ranging from jazz to reggae. For something slightly different, take an evening hike up to the top of the Haleakala volcano and join the crowds who gather to take in the island sunset.