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Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa
Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa Reviews

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Ka'anapali beach is a long sandy beach good for swimming and sunning. At the north end, near the Sheraton hotel, there is easy snorkeling, good for beginners or the extra-cautious. You may also see people diving into the water from the cliffs.

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Grand Wailea - A Waldorf Astoria Resort
Grand Wailea - A Waldorf Astoria Resort Reviews

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Great hotel for families. Lots of pools for all ages. Water slides and Tarzan rope. Good 3 restaurants and the best beach access.

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Andaz Maui At Wailea
Andaz Maui At Wailea Reviews

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The latest 5-star jewel on the resort scene in upscale Wailea, the Andaz Maui shines.
The casual luxury vibe at the Andaz has become popular as a haven for couples, gay and straight. This exquisite resort incorporated lots of wood, glass, and open spaces into a subtle decor that's minimal without feeling spare. Water is incorporated beautifully into the landscaping as a series of cascading pools lead to the beach.
Come feeding time the Maui outpost of Morimoto's has set up shop ... Read More

Waianapanapa State Park Cabins
Waianapanapa State Park Cabins Reviews

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If you're a rough and ready kind of backpacker, and you're looking to save money while staying overnight near rural Hana town, then these state park cabins are the answer to your budget-minded prayers. The sheets are damp, the floors covered with sand and dust, and the electricity is minimal. But the peacefulness after all the day trippers to Hana go home is incredible. Being right in the park, you can walk from your cabin down to the beach to catch a fantastic sunrise, with the light playing... Read More

The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua
The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua Reviews

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The Ritz-Carlton has a lobby lounge with soft pop music, and several nice restaurants.

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The Mauian Hotel on Napili Beach
The Mauian Hotel on Napili Beach Reviews

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I've stayed here multiple times. It's a very quiet location and a very quiet experience. Right on the beach, as in a step away. Friendly staff and free breakfast (fruit and coffee mostly).

The hotel was built in the 50s and has very thin walls. There's no air conditioning so you keep your windows open. The result is that any noise travels. Every time I've been there everyone has been very polite and quieted down by 10 pm or so. But occasionally you hear about noise issues from less p... Read More

Banana Bungalow Maui Hostel
Banana Bungalow Maui Hostel Reviews

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the staff are friendly and helpful, the free tours are a great way to go around the island and do the activities that other companies charge an arm and leg for, the tour guides Andrea and Isaac are soo awesome, the music on the tour rides are great, and meeting new friends and learning about their travels.

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Maui Beach Hotel
Maui Beach Hotel Reviews

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Maui Beach Hotel looks great from the outside, lovely courtyard and cabana that leads right onto the beach. The rooms are older and standard, the bathroom stand-up shower is small, the sink area has good counter space. They don't have little toiletries offered, but do have liquid soap mounted to the walls. There's a mini fridge, tv, and a/c. Free wifi only in the lobby, and the rooms have wired LAN connection. Decent room and nice courtyard view. Staff can be helpful if you ask but don'... Read More

Maui Seaside Hotel
Maui Seaside Hotel Reviews

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Nice locals hotel with a nice authentic Hawaiian vibe, clean, safe, comfortable, close to the airport. Good for a transition (coming/going from airport). Book through the hotel directly to get breakfast in the restaurant included. Would stay again.

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The Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui
The Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui Reviews

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The Fairmont can make one claim no other Wailea resort can match. Everybody get's at least a suite. And for the ultimate in privacy and views, the lovely villas with plunge pools would make a perfect hideaway. Minimum category suites could score you a view of the parking lot, so have your travel advisor arrange accommodations with some sort of water view. Arrange for a breakfast plan.
You may be surprised by the resort's "castle-like" exterior, but once inside the elegant ... Read More

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