I liked the location of the property it wasn't too far away from most of the attractions.
It served as a safe harbor with a bed. That's all we were looing for. Hotels.com had the wrong address, so we had to call the hostel to find the location. A little less than we expected in terms of number of showers and toilets. Staff was friendly, and we met other travelers. Some tiny ants in the ...
Staff didn't notify me about a reduced meal allowance at the adjacent cafe
I give 5 stars to this hotel. This hotel is a gem in Maui. It has a beautifully decorated interior and court yard. Fantastics breakfast. Support helpful staff!
I didn't like the smell of the room, it was dusty, the dryers didn't dry well
Location. Location. Location is great. Quiet and peaceful. Close to nature. Love it. The owners very helpful in making sure we have what we need. Excellent place.
We loved our stay in this quiet little beach house. Gail and Jordan were great hosts, and provided everything we could possibly need and then some! Away from the busy, loud, bustling southern shore beaches we felt like we had our own private beach area most of the time. Thanks, Gail and Jordan, we’ll ...
Spanning seven acres, the Maui Nui Botanical Gardens houses a variety of Hawaiian and Polynesian plant specimens. Self-guiding tour books help you to find your way through multiple species of sweet potatoes, sugar canes and poppies around the various gardens.
Alternatively, you could join a guided group tour around the grounds and learn about the conservation processes used in the gardens, as well as the traditional Hawaiian uses of many plants.
In Kahului there is a good choice of mid-range hotels close to the Maui Nui Botanical Gardens. You’ll be able to enjoy outdoor pools, coffee shops and landscaped outdoor areas. And in your traditionally decorated room, free WiFi, refrigerators and air conditioning make for a comfortable stay.
After your visit to Maui Nui Botanical Gardens, explore the rest of Kahului. It has some of the best shopping on Maui Island, including the island’s largest shopping mall, the Queen Kaahumanu Center. Near the Maui Nui Botanical Gardens, you could visit the Alexander and Baldwin Sugar Museum and the Bailey House Museum. And the Maui Arts and Cultural Center is great for evening concerts and shows.
Pay a visit to the dormant volcano and lush rainforest of Haleakala National Park. If you’re up for a challenge, hike up to the volcano’s crater, stopping off at the lookout points to take in the breathtaking views. For an easy walk, stick to the easier trails around the volcano’s base.
For more hikes and breathtaking scenery, head to Iao Valley State Park in the West Maui Forest Reserve. You’ll get to see some of Maui’s iconic landmarks, including the Iao Needle rock formation and the Hawaii Nature Center.
Many hotels and resorts host nightly luau parties and hula shows and some offer traditional dance and ukulele lessons if you’re interested in learning more about Maui culture. There is a number of live music venues around Maui Island, especially along the north-western coast.
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