54 tropical oceanfront acres in the heart of Kapalua surrounded by world-class golf courses, award-winning D.T. Fleming Beach, and one of Maui’s largest nature preserves. Short drive to Lahaina and Ka’anapali.
Directly on one of the finest stretches of Kaanapali Beach, the Aston Maui Kaanapali Villas is set on 11 acres of exotic tropical gardens in the Kaanapali Resort area, 1 mile from Whalers Village shopping and dining, and 2 miles from Kaanapali's championship golf courses.
Called Hawaii's "Most Hawaiian Hotel," the 11-acre beachfront Kaanapali Beach Hotel is a quarter-mile from Whalers Village, a half-mile from Kaanapali Golf Course, and 3 miles from historic Lahaina.
Set on 10 beachfront acres in West Maui, Napili Kai Beach Resort is adjacent to Kapalua and 12 miles north of Lahaina Town. Trade winds waft peacefully through the open-air lobby.
Situated on 40 lush, beachfront acres, Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa is across from Kaanapali's 2 championship golf courses, a half-mile from Whalers Village shops, and 3 miles from historic Lahaina.
On the beach in Maui, this all-suite resort is within easy reach of West Maui Beach, 4 miles from historic Lahaina, and within 5 miles of the championship golf courses at Kaanapali and Kapalua.
Aston Kaanapali Shores is located on Maui's sunny west shore in north Kaanapali, 4 miles from historic Lahaina and within 5 miles of the championship golf courses of Kapalua and Kaanapali.
Royal Lahaina Resort is set on 27 acres and arrayed along 2 championship golf courses. The resort faces a scenic stretch of West Maui's famed Kaanapali Beach; Whalers Village is a 5-minute walk.
Whalers used to make Lahaina their port of call, and it’s still a fine place to see these gentle creatures of the deep. Stow your bags at one of our Lahaina hotels, board a vessel and head into the Pacific to watch the humpbacks frolic…or maybe you’ll be exceptionally lucky and spot a rare melon-headed whale. Despite their name, they do not in any way resemble cantaloupe.
Your journey continues in Lahaina Courthouse Square, much of which sits in the shade of a gigantic Indian Banyan tree. Initially planted in 1873, the tree’s twisting branches now go on for a seeming eternity — or at least an impressive half-acre. Today, its roots lie deep in Lahaina’s soil – and perhaps in your heart.
While you could spend your vacation in one of the hotels in Lahaina, the outdoors beckons. Or maybe that’s just the sound of the breeze moving along the Kapalua Coastal Trail? With the mountain looking over one shoulder and the Pacific whispering to the other, you’ll have no better chance to meet the “spirit of Aloha” than here.
The tropics wait for no one, so let Travelocity be your guide to paradise. Whether you need a rental car in Lahaina or plan to explore the rest of the island from Maui hotels, Travelocity is here to make your adventure happen. Pack your bags and set sail for the South Pacific: a Banyan tree is waiting for you.