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The Westin Maui Resort & Spa, Ka'anapali - Lahaina Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Westin Maui Resort & Spa, Ka'anapali

2365 Kaanapali Pkwy, Lahaina - Map
 
 
"On the oceanfront and next door to shopping "
Stayed here for our honeymoon and couldn't be happier with our experience. Staff was courteous and helpful. Concierge set us up for a great Luau off site even though there is one on site. I think speaks volumes on how they treat their customers. Room was clean and comfortable. Shower was good and had good water pressure. Location of the Westin is great. Steps away from the ocean and right next door to Whalers Village where my wife could shop to her hearts delight. A short 5 minute drive to Front street in Lahaina and 10 minutes to Kapalua. If you have a car rental and you drive to Lahaina or somewhere else and come back to a full self parking lot, they valet your car for free.
Traveller from San Diego
Set on a white sand West Maui beach, this oceanfront Ka'anapali resort is adjacent to Whalers Village, within .5 miles (.80 …More
Maui Kai - Lahaina Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Maui Kai

106 Kaanapali Shores Pl, Lahaina - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (179 reviews)
Nestled on the beach, this Kaanapali condo is 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from Black Rock and 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from Kaanapali Beach …More
Kaanapali Alii - Lahaina Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$435

Kaanapali Alii

50 Nohea Kai Dr, Lahaina - Map
 
 
"Perfect place for family vacation"
Paradise! Beautiful rooms. We had a two bedroom suite, my sister-in-law had a one bedroom for her family of four. Located close enough to Whalers Village to walk to. Centrally located on strip of hotels to walk to luaus or other hotels. We used the grills several times and had nice family dinners in our room. The pools are nice. There is a good size pool plus a "quiet pool" for the grown ups, a wading pool for little ones, and two hot tubs. Free wi-fi near the pool area. There is a nice beach, although the surf can be a little rough for the kids. The tennis courts were awesome! We have no complaints about this wonderful place.
Sunsetfamily from California, USA
Kaanapali Alii's oceanfront towers are set on a wide stretch of Kaanapali Beach, a 3-minute walk from Whalers Village and 36 …More
Lahaina Shores Beach Resort - Lahaina Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$324

Lahaina Shores Beach Resort

475 Front St, Lahaina - Map
 
 
"Great location at a reasonable price"
I always stay here when I visit Maui. Condos are clean and large enough to be very comfortable for 2 people. Famous for its ocean views, but don't overlook the cheaper condos with the "mountain" view: You will actually have a great view from your porch of foggy, craggy mountains. Step outside each morning to an ocean swim. Convenient to restaurants. You won't find the amazing snorkeling here that is available in some locations, but it is still surprisingly good: especially if you go a little north of the hotel (like 100 feet) and head out, you will find a long shelf of calm water that is about 4 feet deep. There is a coral reef hidden beneath the surface, so don't walk out there - swim so that you protect the fragile coral! You can see tangs, needlefish, spotted box fish and more. Be aware that there are small reef sharks out there, but you probably won't see them. They tend to be shy.
Traveller from Seattle
The beachfront Lahaina Shores Beach Resort is a half-mile from Lahaina Harbor and Front Street shopping, dining, and …More
Kaiholo Hale - Paia Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Kaiholo Hale

25 Kaiholo Place, Paia - Map
 
 
Very nice condo. Staff contacted me right after booking with info. Condo one block from water views.
A Traveller
Situated by the ocean, this vacation home is within 1 mi (2 km) of Kuau Bay Beach and Hookipa Beach Park. Lower Paia Park and …More
Kihei Bay Surf by Rentals Maui Inc. - Kihei Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Kihei Bay Surf by Rentals Maui Inc.

715 S. Kihei Road, Kihei - Map
 
 
Situated near the beach, this condo is within a 15-minute walk of Kalepolepo and Waipuilani Park. Maui Nui Golf Club and …More
Maui Beach Hotel - Kahului Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars
$170

Maui Beach Hotel

170 Kaahumanu Avenue, Kahului - Map
 
 
"Hotel add ons"
Hotel met my standards as a place to sleep. A/c could have been cooler . Paid for hotel through Travelocity but charged $15.00 extra on arrival. They stated $10.00 for amenities which I did not use and $5.00 for parking each day I was there.
A Traveller
Tikis dot the lawn of this Maui hotel, right on the harbor in Kahului, Hawaii, 2 miles from Kahana Beach Park, and 5 miles …More
Aston Kaanapali Shores - Lahaina Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$315

Aston Kaanapali Shores

3445 Lower Honoapiilani Hwy, Lahaina - Map
 
 
"Clean Friendly Great location Beautiful Beaches"
Great place for older couples. Away from the busy downtown but within walking distance to great shopping and restaurants. The rooms were clean and well maintained. The staff was friendly and very accommodating. This was our second visit to this resort and we loved it both times.
Traveller from idaho
Aston Kaanapali Shores is located on Maui's sunny west shore in north Kaanapali, 4 miles from historic Lahaina and within 5 …More
Aston at Papakea Resort - Lahaina Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$229

Aston at Papakea Resort

3543 Lower Honoapiilani Rd, Lahaina - Map
 
 
"Aston at Papakea Resort 7 day stay"
I liked this place, have stayed here before but this time we had a great ocean view room but only booked a garden view, we stayed with a large group and I think they upgraded us to keep us all together in the same building.
Traveller from Yelm, WA
Family-friendly Aston at Papakea Resort is located in West Maui's sunny and easygoing Honokowai area, adjacent to a sandy …More
The Mauian - Boutique Beach Studios on Napili Bay - Lahaina Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

The Mauian - Boutique Beach Studios on Napili Bay

5441 Lower Honoapiilani Rd, Lahaina - Map
 
 
"Old Hawaiian charm, no air conditioning."
Beautiful grounds, fab beach, 1950's vibe, only ceiling fans in rooms. Small pool, quiet, old Hawaiian charm. Really nice.
Traveller from Whidbey Island,WA
Nestled on the beach, this Kapalua hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Napili Bay and Kapalua Beach. D.T. Fleming Beach Park …More

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    Hotels in Maui, Hawaii

    The novelist Paul Theroux has said that “Hawaii is not a state of mind, but a state of grace.” And while it’s also technically a state of the U.S., you have to admit, he’s not entirely wrong. The Hawaiian Islands have long symbolized for many travelers the pre-eminent tropical destination. Everything you need for an island getaway is here. Hotels near Kaanapali give you access to white sandy beaches warm from the sun, lavish rainforests, and clear blue water. But Maui hotels offer a state of grace one step further from the norm. Away from the larger Maui resorts and crowded beaches, you can enjoy a sojourn packed with adventure, unexpected discovery, and the aloha spirit.

    Exploring the Island

    The island’s scenery, while somewhat more rugged and wilder than other parts of Hawaii, doesn’t rest on its laurels when it comes to breathtaking natural displays. This may understandably make it harder for you to decide where to stay in Maui. But with the perfect vibrant sunsets of the west coast and the remote eastern community of Hana, where serpentine roads and one-lane bridges test your skill but reward you with spectacular vistas, hotels in Maui give you a variety of options. You’ll find unexpected beauty in the arid desert-like landscape of South Maui, where sun-chasing travelers go to enjoy a piece of the island where untouched wilderness still holds sway.

    Of course, you won’t lack for civilization or fun local color when you need it either. Lahaina, as a former seaport and whaling town, is steeped in enough sordid history to keep you entertained through a balmy evening. Gazing down at the Au’au Channel, you’ll find it’s the ideal spot to view humpback whales traversing the ocean between Lanai and Maui as they make their way down from the frigid waters of Alaska. It’s also where you’ll find the best of Maui’s nightlife, so you can trade in your swimsuit for a few hours and dust the red dirt off your sandals after a long day of sunbathing and sightseeing.

    Sometimes you get a wild hair and you like to push your boundaries. In Ka’anapali, you’ll enjoy scores of outdoor activities to get your heart pounding, including zip-lining and cliff diving near Black Rock, an ancient landmark on Ka’anapali Beach rich in Hawai’ian lore. Even if you like to sit back and watch, there’s a thrill in watching humans take flight. Chase your adrenaline fix with a more relaxing round of golf or attend a luau. And at Whalers Village, you’ll find stores, galleries, and restaurants to supplement your vacation experience with a bit of retail therapy or souvenirs when necessary.

    Hit the Trails

    Be prepared to lace up tight in your best hiking boots, or at the very least, your most rugged pair of flip flops, because Maui’s wealth of winding and infinitely gorgeous trails will beckon you out the door. Beautiful lagoons and cliffside overlooks bid you to explore their secrets while the pools invite you to cool off on the Pipiwai Trail. Through dense forest filled with bamboo and banyan trees, you’ll find gorgeous natural sights to rival those of any other tropical locale. For sedate strolls and a salty sea breezes that appeal more to your laidback side, the Kapalua Coastal Trail provides an easy walk past several bays, stark black cliffs, rocky outcrops, and endless ocean views.

    For a truly singular experience, travel by foot, bike, horseback, or even helicopter to the summit of Haleakala. The “East Maui Volcano” actually comprises most of the island itself, the stark landscape providing an air of otherworldliness to a place so lush and vital. However, despite the barrenness of the summit itself, Haleakala National Park is actually home to more endangered species than any other national park in the entire United States. While taking in the native beauty of the island, keep your eyes open for other native beauties, like the Monk seal, Nene goose, Spinner dolphin, and Green turtle.

    Make Yourself a Souvenir

    While postcards and puka shell necklaces make great mementos for friends, you’ll find plenty of things to do in Maui that don’t require space in your already overfilled luggage. Maui beach hotels will bring you close to the ocean allowing you to learn to surf, snorkel and kite board which could lead to becoming a lifelong skills that you’re able to take anywhere you wander. The front desk or concierge at your Maui lodging can recommend classes or particular instructors to suit your needs. Or, if you’re in the mood to keep your feet on dry land for a while and have always suspected you’d look great in a grass skirt, you can line up a few hula lessons to keep the spirit of aloha alive when you get back home.

    Eating and Drinking

    Surrounded as it is by the rich and bountiful Pacific, Maui offers you an abundance of fresh seafood. Local specialties, like the tangy, spicy, mildly sweet lomi-lomi salmon or shoyu ahi (tuna) poke, with its deep umami flavor, are best enjoyed slowly, sitting in the shade or cross-legged in the sand as the waves lap quietly on to shore. Be sure to sample the kalua pork, wrapped in banana leaves and cooked for hours underground. And whether you’re on vacation or not, every meal should end with a little something sweet, like silky haupia made from coconut milk, a fruity shave ice with all the toppings, or a tart lilikoi (passion fruit) juice iced to perfection.

    Whatever speed you want to take on your Hawaiian vacation, from lazing everyday on the beach or charging up the hiking trails, we’ll help you achieve it. And we’ll make sure you find all the best spots for Kona coffee and locally-grown macadamia nuts to fuel your adventures. When you book with Travelocity, you’ll find great rates on the best places to stay in Maui, along with deals on airfare, rental cars, and tours. Pack your bags and remember: Wander wisely.

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