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Located on Maui's North Shore, this boutique property in Paia town offers access to 3 miles of white sand beach, relaxing amenities and convenient access to a wide range of activities. Excellent central location in Paia with private beach access. Staff was great.
Set in Wailuku and with Iao Valley State Park reachable within 3.1 mi, Wailuku Guest house offers express check-in and check-out, nonsmoking rooms, an outdoor swimming pool, free WiFi throughout the... Maureen was super friendly and welcoming, we could use everything for the Beach which was pretty useful since we travelled by airplane. The room was nice and clean, with everything you needed & the bed was really comfy. We really appreciated Maureens tips she put together for the guests as well as the cakes/bread she Baked!!!
Featuring a shared lounge and a terrace, The Northshore Hostel Maui is located in Wailuku, 3.1 mi from Iao Valley State Park and 3.1 mi from Iao Needle State Monument. There is much to like about the Northshore Hostel. The pancake breakfast was a treat, the room and bed very comfortable, and the balcony a lovely place to relax. The staff are so helpful and pleasant, going out of their way to make everyone feel comfortable.
Overlooking the North Shore of Maui, Lumeria Maui is an educational retreat center featuring ocean views. Enclosed by 7 acres of lush gardens, yoga and meditation classes are offered daily. Surrounding landscape , stylish and comfortable rooms, close to nature , outdoor pool for swimming under the stars , friendly and helpful staff!
Iao Valley Inn features river views, free WiFi and free private parking, located in Wailuku, 2 mi from Iao Valley State Park. Quiet yet easy driving distance from beaches, shopping and main attractions. Beautiful property where you feel in the “true Hawaii”, surrounded by nature, the sound of birds and the stream below.
Great shopping center with games and entertainment. We liked playing ball on the lawn. We enjoyed watching the fishermen. The water at the beach is dirty do not swim there! The pool is fine. The health store Down to Earth is expensive and has good selections.
We left at 3:00 in the morning to travel up Haleakala to see the morning sunrise. A park ranger performed the traditional Polynesian sunrise ceremony to welcome the sun, which made it especially momentous. I think everyone felt some of that spiritual connection - it was a beautiful experience! We also saw Makena Cove at sunset the night prior, and its beauty took our breath away!
The Hana bus tour was a little long (10 hours), but still okay for a one time experience. I really enjoyed visiting Lahaina and taking the submarine tour to view the fish underwater. The restaurants next to and across from Maui Seaside Hotel were EXCELLENT, which kept me happy indeed!
I liked the Tasty Crust and the Ale House. It took a bit to get used to the way streets were labeled. Google did a very poor job of referring to them by the same label as the street signs which made it confusing for the first day. Once I quit trying to use it things got better. There weren't any fun activities in town but it is reasonably central to other areas.
We chose a very busy time to travel to Maui but the price for this 3.5 star bordered on obscene. It's a fantastic original 60's building with abundant opportunity to make smart, groovy, stylish, yet affordable accomm for seasoned travellers. However, it looks like a daggy old motel that ran out of paint. Many guests were gutted by the overall quality for the price - you only had to take one look at the rug in the foyer. The location by the sea was great, the port and the road - not so great (particularly on Sundays and Mondays when the cruise boats were in), but the gardens were charming. The air-con units were loud and clunky so we turned ours off and enjoyed the sea breeze. Beds ok, linen cheap and nasty, shower fabulous. Luckily for the greedy, tasteless owners of this hotel, the delightfully friendly (predominantly Philippini) staff went out of their way to assist guests with genuine care and attention, without prejudice and should be appropriately showered with thanks and praise.
Kahului is on the windy side of the island, but has very convenient access to services, basic shopping, and transportation to get to other areas of the island. There is a farmer's market in the shopping center :)