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Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea - Wailea Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea

3900 Wailea Alanui Drive, Wailea - Map
 
 
Excellent Resort, excellent staff, great restaurants
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Located on Maui's sunny south shore, this resort faces the wide, crescent curve of Wailea Beach, with its sugar sands and …More
The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua - Lahaina Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
$499

The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua

1 Ritz Carlton Dr, Lahaina - Map
 
 
"Amazing Resort"
Great resort for my honeymoon. Food was incredible and so was the scenery. Service is absolutely outstanding. 
AustinB5 from Fort Worth, TX
Ideal West Maui LocationMore
Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa - Lahaina Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa

200 Nohea Kai Dr, Lahaina - Map
 
 
"Fantastic!"
What a great resort! Everything you could want available at your fingertips. Check-in was easy and everyone in the incredibly spacious lobby was super friendly and helpful.  Great breakfast buffet, but get there early or you'll wait in line for awhile. Penguins and parrots and a great pool. The luau was pricey, but food was fantastic. Lots of shops on the main floor of the resort.
TRAV3LL3R from Richland, WA
Situated on 40 lush, beachfront acres, Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa is across from Kaanapali's 2 championship golf …More
Maui Coast Hotel - Kihei Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$532

Maui Coast Hotel

2259 S Kihei Rd, Kihei - Map
 
 
Great hotel, but no breakfast, had to purchase at the Cafe, which was outdoors.
Thomas2442 from Fairview, TN
Surrounded by shops and restaurants, this seven-story hotel is across the street from Kamaole Beach Park I, 3 miles from …More
Hotel Wailea - Wailea Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Hotel Wailea

555 Kaukahi Street, Wailea - Map
 
 
"Gorgeous, secluded and quiet"
We saw this place on a previous trip when some friends decided that they wanted to eat at the hotel's restaurant, Capische. While the restaurant's food isn't all that memorable, the hotel itself definitely is.The two main buildings could best be described as prairie style meets Ewok village. A river runs through the middle of the property and you can pick fresh fruit off of the trees. The staff are very sweet and friendly. The spa area is downright indulgent. I didn't for a moment feel like the $25 daily resort fee was a waste of money, and that's saying something.
socalgecko from West Hollywood, CA, USA
Situated near the beach in Wailea, this spa resort is close to Wailea Blue Golf Course, Wailea Beach, and Wailea Emerald Golf …More
Grand Wailea - A Waldorf Astoria Resort - Wailea Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Grand Wailea - A Waldorf Astoria Resort

3850 Wailea Alanui Drive, Wailea - Map
 
 
"The grandest place on Maui!"
If you're looking for the nicest resort on Maui, this is it. Lavish, ornate and meticulously manicured, everything about the Grand Wailea screams first class. Indulge your mind, body and belly at any of the multiple pools, the great beach and the finest restaurants on the island.
rovertd from Phoenix, AZ
On Wailea BeachMore
The Fairmont Kea Lani Maui - Wailea Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

The Fairmont Kea Lani Maui

4100 Wailea Alanui Dr, Wailea - Map
 
 
"Large property with large rooms"
The property is very large and has beautiful grounds. The rooms are quite large and nicely appointed, but the air conditioning is a little annoying because of the loud blower. Ko restaurant is great; I highly recommend it.
RhondaK from Orange County, CA
On Polo BeachMore
Wailea Beach Marriott Resort & Spa - Wailea Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Wailea Beach Marriott Resort & Spa

3700 Wailea Alanui Dr, Wailea - Map
 
 
"Overall stay was good."
Overall stay was good. It was a nice resort. Cons: Bed was way too soft and don't have free internet.
bonez from Edmonton
Cradled against an oceanfront hillside, this expansive, low-rise Maui resort lies a minute's walk from beaches and a …More
Napili Kai Beach Resort - Lahaina Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Napili Kai Beach Resort

5900 Lower Honoapiilani Rd, Lahaina - Map
 
 
Set on 10 beachfront acres in West Maui, Napili Kai Beach Resort is adjacent to Kapalua and 12 miles north of Lahaina Town …More
Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort - a concept by Hyatt - Wailea Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort - a concept by Hyatt

3550 Wailea Alanui Dr, Wailea - Map
 
 
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    Compare prices, star ratings, and customer reviews to find the best deals on hotels in Maui, Hawaii, with Travelocity today! Whether you're looking to stay at a luxurious five-star resort or a comfortable hotel, you can find discounted rooms quickly and easily with Travelocity. Look for the best rate, and be sure to consider your itinerary. Do you want to stay on the beach, to explore the greater island, or to spend your time snorkeling? Consider local attractions when choosing from a list of cheap hotels. Maui is the second-largest Hawaiian island, and the locals celebrate both American pastimes and native traditions. This amazing mix of cultures leans against the backdrop of a truly breathtaking landscape, with more than 120 miles of shoreline and more than 2 million visitors per year. Take advantage of our Maui hotel deals today and dive into the splendor of this American paradise.

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    Enjoy the Sun and Sand

    The island of Maui has more than 80 beaches, so that gives you plenty of opportunity to sink your toes into the sand. Maui hotels and resorts often border these beautiful beaches, so definitely look for a beachfront (or poolside) view. Regardless of where you end up staying, you can take advantage of many of the public beaches. A tourist favorite is Kaanapali Beach (or Black Rock Beach), which is famous for its white sands, crystal-clear water, resorts, and golf courses. If you're looking for a great sunset view, travel a bit further up the coast to Napili Beach. It's a favorite location for honeymooners. Follow the coast even further to the northern end of the island to Ho'okipa Beach Park, which is world-famous for surfing and windsurfing. Even if you don't know how to "hang ten," you can watch the rad people who can there. On the southern end of the island is Makena State Park, which houses Oneloa Beach (or Big Beach), which is another great swimming and surfing destination.

    Go Out on an Inland Adventure

    Venture inland during your stay in Maui, Hawaii. Hotels on the beach are great, but it's also important to wander and explore what else the island has to offer. Take a pleasure cruise in a rental car along the coast on the famous road to Hana, or Route 36. You may want to stop at several key spots along the way just to snap a photo or take in the sights. You could also go for an adventure at Kipahulu National Park, which houses waterfalls, bamboo trails, and the 'Ohe'o Gulch pools. There's also the breathtaking 'Iao Valley State Monument, which adds some local history to your experience, and the Wai'anapanapa State Park, which doesn't have white sandy beaches but remote black-sand beaches.

    Get the Hawaiian Peace of Mind

    If there's one thing to do during your stay in Maui besides taking the road to Hana, it's viewing the giant crater at Haleakala National Park. Experience the fascinating feeling of standing above the clouds. Get up to watch the sunrise; it's worth it. You can also experience a bit of serenity while walking through the Garden of Eden Botanical Garden or while taking in the smells and sights of the tranquil fields at Ali'i Kula Lavender. While you're traveling inland, be sure to stop by the more-than-130-year-old Banyan Tree to say "aloha" to something that's older than any human being alive.

    Appreciate Local Wildlife

    Snorkeling and interacting with local wildlife is a favorite activity in Maui. Whether you're looking at sea turtles, humpback whales, dolphins, fish, or coral reefs, it's important to give these creatures the respect they deserve. Observe some of this wildlife without having to dive at the Maui Ocean Center, or take to the seas while whale-watching with the Pacific Whale Foundation. Be sure to have fun while snorkeling with a local group like Maui Snorkel Charters.

    See Great Live Entertainment

    On a rare rainy day or during the nights, Maui has a lot to offer in terms of live entertainment. Elvis fans can appreciate Burn'n Love, performed by a world-renowned Elvis impersonator, Darren Lee. For a mystical evening, be sure to check out Warren & Annabelle's Magic Show or Kupanaha Maui Magic Dinner Theater. On the other hand, if you're looking for an old-fashioned Polynesian luau, check out the Feast at Lele.

    Explore in Your Own Way

    There are hundreds of ways to explore the island of Maui. Hotels Maui has to offer can provide you with an excellent starting point, but from the time you step out of the door, you can find your own method for wandering. Enjoy horseback riding on the beaches with Lahaina Stables, bike across the many gorgeous roads with Haleakala Bike Company, or traverse the green inland while hiking with Hike Maui. Explore the ocean as well. You could do so by kayaking or stand-up paddle-boarding with Hawaiian Paddle Sports, while surfing with Maui Surfer Girls or the Royal Hawaiian Surf Academy, via sailboat with Trilogy Excursions, or via raft with Redline Rafting Company. Take to the skies as well; you could sail through the air at Flyin Hawaiian Zipline or Kapalua Ziplines or get an excellent view via helicopter with Blue Hawaiian Helicopters.

    Savor Local Flavors

    While you're in town, be sure to check out the favorite dishes of Maui. From SPAM musubi to ahi poke, you can find many interesting, fun, and unique flavors if you know where to look. Try seafood dishes at Mama's Fish House Restaurant, tacos at Coconut's Fish Cafe, prime rib at Kimo's, a burger at Cool Cat Cafe, or poke at The Fish Market Maui or Eskimo Candy Seafood Market & Cafe. For dessert, go out for shaved ice at Ululani's Shaved Ice or pie at Leoda's Kitchen and Pie Shop.

    Visit Anytime

    Maui is a great place to visit year-round, with average temperatures ranging between the 60s and 80s. Travelers from the mainland love to visit during the winter months, which often are the best times for whale-watching. Summer in Maui often involves local festivals, such as the Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival. The fall and spring months are some of the best times to go, with fewer tourists and many great deals to be found. While browsing for local hotels in Maui, be sure to also check out our vacation packages, which can bundle a flight, car rental, and hotel stay into one low price!

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    *For these packages, package savings is at least equal to the cost of the flight or hotel if booked separately. Note: For packages including flights, you will be charged by the airline for the flight, but your savings on the package will equal the cost of the flight.