With thousands of hotels worldwide, Marriott knows exactly what you need to enjoy you stay on Maui Island. The Marriott group has become one of the industry leaders by putting guests first and endeavouring to provide an unbeatable service.
Marriott’s large portfolio of well-known brand hotels ranges from lavish full-service resorts to chic inner-city business hotels.
Renowned Hotel Brands from Marriott
Choose one of Marriott’s Ritz-Carlton’s sophisticated five-star resorts to stay in some of the most exclusive destinations around the world. Residence Inns offer high-end suites with practical facilities, deluxe comforts and bespoke services.
Staying with Marriott Hotels on Maui Island
Unwind on your private patio or balcony overlooking the ocean, or make the most of all your Marriott has to offer. Stroll out on to your hotel’s private beach, enjoy a spa treatment or have a game of tennis on the hotel’s courts. Then spend the evening enjoying cocktails in your Marriott hotel’s poolside bar.
Luxury continues in your room. From marble bathrooms, signature bedding and hardwood floors to free WiFi, video games and iPod docks, you’ll have a top-notch stay with Marriott.
Where to Stay on Maui Island
If you’re in Maui for golf, Kapalua is the best place to stay as it’s home to both the Plantation and Bay golf courses. On those days you want a break from golf, head to D.T. Fleming Beach Park for some sunbathing, picnics and barbecues. </p.>
South Maui’s Wailea is home to the popular Shops at Wailea, an outdoor complex of designer boutiques, elegant restaurants and live evening entertainment. Popular with celebrities, Wailea’s sandy beach is great for sunbathers and walks along the sand. The gentle waters are ideal for swimmers and paddle boarders.
Discovering Maui Island’s Coastline
On West Maui’s coast, Lahaina was once the main hub of Maui Island’s whaling industry. These days, the small town offers a lively nightlife and is one of the best coastal spots from which to spot humpback whales.
To see whales in their natural habitat, join a whale-watching trip at Maalaea Harbor. Get up close to more of Maui Island’s native marine life at the Maui Ocean Center.