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Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea - Wailea Hotels

Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea

3900 Wailea Alanui Drive, Wailea - Map
4.8 out of 5 (413 reviews)
Makena Beach and Golf Resort - Wailea Hotels

Makena Beach and Golf Resort

5400 Makena Alanui, Wailea - Map
4.5 out of 5 (1,240 reviews)
Maui Beach Hotel - Kahului Hotels

Maui Beach Hotel

170 Kaahumanu Avenue, Kahului - Map
3.4 out of 5 (1,143 reviews)
Travaasa Hana - Hana Hotels

Travaasa Hana

5031 Hana Hwy, Hana - Map
4.5 out of 5 (253 reviews)
Hotel Wailea, Relais & Chateaux - Wailea Hotels

Hotel Wailea, Relais & Chateaux

555 Kaukahi Street, Wailea - Map
"No Kids."
It was great for us as we have 3 kids and it was a delight to go somewhere without them and other peoples kids. god love them but you need a break.
A Traveller
Maui Coast Hotel - Kihei Hotels

Maui Coast Hotel

2259 S Kihei Rd, Kihei - Map
4.4 out of 5 (2,193 reviews)
Royal Lahaina Resort - Lahaina Hotels

Royal Lahaina Resort

2780 Kekaa Dr, Lahaina - Map
"Maui magic"
Stayed for 3 nights, service was exceptional, restaurant and bar served good quality meals and cocktails, a good place to chill out at the pool and a lovely stretch of beach out the front.
Traveller from Sydney
Aston at the Maui Banyan - Kihei Hotels

Aston at the Maui Banyan

2575 S Kihei Rd, Kihei - Map
3.9 out of 5 (628 reviews)
Mana Kai Maui - Kihei Hotels

Mana Kai Maui

2960 S Kihei Road, Kihei - Map
4.1 out of 5 (662 reviews)
Maui Seaside Hotel - Kahului Hotels

Maui Seaside Hotel

100 W Kaahumanu Ave, Kahului - Map
"Very dated but clean and convenient!"
For a cheap option to be close to the airport this hotel was fine. The hotel is old and very dated, the room smelt a bit stale and musty and the grounds are nothing to write home about. I was in the "tower" block which kind of had a council flats feel about it - lots of rooms jammed together with hallways that went forever. In saying this, the staff were very friendly and efficient and everything was very clean and worked - for the price all was good. I definitely wouldn't want to hang out for long on the premises or base a holiday here but would recommend it for a stopover after or before a flight, or for a short business trip.
A Traveller

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    Pocket Guide: Maui Island

    The sun rises, turning the sky dramatic shades of red as you stand above the clouds on the edge of a volcanic crater. Whales swim, surfers catch waves and swimmers frolic in rich blue water. This is Maui, Hawaii’s second biggest island and a nature lover’s must-see destination. Climb to the top of Haleakala. Snap some pics of the Iao Valley and the waterfalls of the Hana Highway. Or surf, snorkel, zipline or golf your way to the holiday of your dreams. Wot Maui could you want? Book your Maui hotel with us!

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    King Piilani was the first ruler to unite Maui in the fifteenth century. King Kamehameha 1 took control of Maui in 1790 after a battle with King Kahekili in the Iao Valley, making Lahaina the new capital. In 1828, Maui’s sugar mill industry began, and workers came from around the world, leading to the multicultural population we see in Hawaii today.

    Things to do

    Maui has 45km of beaches, some of them extraordinarily beautiful, with white, black and even red sand (see Kaihalulu Beach!). Kaanapali Beach, named “America’s best beach” in 2003, is a long sandy stretch with clear blue water perfect for a swim. Honolua Bay is a big wave surf spot where you can catch the pros in action during winter. In Maui you can surf, windsurf, snorkel, scuba dive, swim and sunbake. If you’d rather stay dry, you can also tee off at one of Maui’s golf clubs or zipline over green hills and beach. Take a whale-watching tour off the coast of Lahaina too.

    Haleakala is truly a staggering sight. At 3,055 metres, this volcano is Maui’s highest peak, and its summit is a spectacular place to catch the sunrise. The rocky lunar-like crater is big enough to accommodate Manhattan. With over 48kms of hiking trails, it’s great for outdoorsy types, but you can drive straight to the summit as well.

    And while you’re in Maui, make sure you visit the lush green Iao Valley and the Hana Highway, which is unique for its variety of beautiful waterfalls in all sizes.

    Shopping and dining

    With views over Kaanapali Beach, Whalers Village has almost 100 great shops and restaurants plus a whaling museum. The Outlets of Maui is Maui’s first ever outlet shopping centre and sits on the Lahaina oceanfront. If you’ve got cash to spare, splash out at The Shops at Wailea’s range of upmarket boutique stores.

    Eating is another one of Maui’s great pleasures, and you have plenty of choice: seaside taverns, restaurants that specialise in distinctive Hawaiian food, steakhouses, seafood. You’ll have no reason to go hungry after a big day at the beach.

    Getting here

    You can get a flight straight to Maui with one of our cheap flights to Kahului. But if you want to explore the rest of Hawaii first – and spend some time in popular spots like Honolulu and Waikiki, then book one of our cheap flights to Honolulu. Buses can take you to many of Maui’s main attractions, but to get a proper look at the island it’s better to hire your own set of wheels. Book your Maui accommodation with us and have a whale of a time.