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Featuring an outdoor pool overlooking the ocean, this Makawao (Maui, Hawaii) B&B features a free breakfast. Free WiFi and a kitchenette are provided in all rooms. Ho'okipa Beach Park is 6.8 mi away. Breakfast was delivered to us early to accommodate our early departure to the road to Hana
God's Peace of Maui is located just 5 minutes' drive from the historic town of Makawao and 6 minutes' drive from Pa'ia's beaches. It consists of private rooms and shared facilities. Even if showers and toilets are shared, it never feels really busy. Living rules make the place super quiet and clean. The room is big enough and there is really everything you need to feel at home! Nice garden. Both on the road to the summit and close to airport, restaurants and shops.
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. Lumeria is a beautiful wellness resort designed to restore your soul. It is located in a very small town close to the airport. The views are stunning! Almost everyday a rainbow appeared over the beautiful mountains. All the classes are free for guests at the resort. I really enjoyed the sound healing class and restorative yoga class. I would highly recommend this for anyone who is looking to get away from the chaos of city life. The absolute best part of the resort is the farm to table restaurant Wooden Crate...I would strongly recommend even if you are not staying at the hotel to try the restaurant (but be sure to make a reservation).
Hale O Kauka Healing Garden offers accommodations in Haiku, 15 miles from Waikamoi Ridge Trailhead. Located 1.7 miles from Haiku Park, the property provides a garden and free private parking. This magnificent home within five minutes driving to Paia town and Baldwin beach was the perfect home base for us to tour the Road to Hana and Hamoa Beach, but would also be perfect as a base to visit the whole of Maui. There was plenty of room, a large beautiful patio, and an extremely well cared lovely spacious garden. The house was stocked with much more than anyone could need for a vacation. We were 5 people and in this property we had 2 awesome last days in Maui. There is a special taste to this home that you can only understand by staying there. If you prefer relaxation and really getting a feel for what it would be like to live in Maui over crowded resorts, this is the place for you. We'll be back again!
Located in Haiku on Maui’s north shore, Adventure in Paradise features two units, each with an ocean view and a private hot tub. Free WiFi is included. Kahului Airport is 9.3 mi away. Would stay here again in a heartbeat! Comfy bed, lovely views and setting, thoughtful hosts, easy drive from airport, quiet location, and close to many things we wanted to do (Mama’s Fish House, Paia, Makawao). So convenient to grab breakfast from our fridge and eat it right on our patio among gorgeous tropical plants with pretty, and to be able to do laundry easily. Bev and David thought of and stocked so many things to make our stay comfortable and convenient. Loved this place!
Upcountry Kula is a holiday home with a balcony, set in Kula. The unit is 11 mi from HaleakalÄ National Park. Free private parking is available on site. The location is great. It is good to access the sunrise top of summit. The view from the room is gorgeous, peaceful, and touching the nature. The host is very kind and also gave a very fresh and delicious coffee everyday.
Puu Koa Palms vacation rental has garden views, free WiFi and free private parking, located in Haiku, a 9-minute walk from Haiku Park. Super clean, super comfortable and big. Nice view. Close to Road to Hana Easy check in .Great communication with host.
Located in Kula, Kula Lodge provides free WiFi, and guests can enjoy a restaurant, a bar and a garden. There's a private bathroom with shower and a hairdryer in each unit, along with free toiletries. The food was fantastic. We had dinner and breakfast the portion size and taste was delicious. Especially the pancakes! Great location for the sunrise at Haleakala
Makawao had several nice shops for gifts, art, plus clothes to pick out and try on for ourselves. There was a library where you could use computers or just sit quietly and read the local newspapers to gain better insight on how life in the islands is like plus find out what's happening when and where.
Beautiful, quaint little town with quite a handful of cafes and restaurants for coffee or to grab something to eat. There are many boutique shops that sell a variety of items - from artworks to souvenirs. The little museum of Makawao is worth a visit to understand more about the history of the town.
i enjoyed the little neighborhood with the restaurant, glass/art gallery, brewery and food truck. One could sit under the banyan tree surrounded by exotic birds and flowers, eat good food or a treat, and chat with the friendly people,
Maui is a super cool island. I love it. Little windy if you're in the wrong place and can be crowded with American tourists. Probably saw more Americans here than anywhere else in ALL the Hawaiian islands! But still a rad island!
Makawao was a bright spot in an otherwise disappointing experience. When I travel my primary objective is to rest. I like to explore and do things like anyone .I had never been to Maui because i pictured it as too touristy and too costly and I was right. I found Maui absolutely repulsive,except for the scenery of course. I live in a very quiet one horse town in the northern California mountains ,so to be thrust into the very frenetic tourist dollar driven ,Disneyland on steroids, over hyped ,over priced ,over populated,soul-less,non-stop island reggae,wall to wall Mork visiting,stop and go traffic, oh great another freakin turtle carved out of burl selling,anthill where the indigenous people clearly wish you would go home and the Haole locals love you but only for your cash. was hugely disappointing . So , yes in that respect Makawao is nice , probably the closest thing to old Hawaii that a stranger from off Island would be allowed to tread. If you were born , raised and still living in a major city you might see it differently . Maui is best suited ,in my opinion ,to the soul less,no imagination,amateur traveler that can afford to spend with wild abandon , to stay in the luxury hotel with the stainless elevator that opens out on the beach , where you can drink umbrella drinks all day while the kids frolic. However,the food on the Island can be outstanding ,,so there is that.
Makawao still has some flavor of old upcountry Maui, although as with much of the island it is changing. Makawao is a good place to stay if you don't need to be on the ocean. You get a jump on the trip up to Kula and Haleakala. You are close to Paia and the road out to Hana. The trade winds keep it more comfortable. It gets a bit more rain that Pukalani, but less than Haiku. Often you can travel just a few minutes to get back to sunshine. There is a reason one of the parks is Rainbow Park. The image of the double rainbow associated with this review was actually taken in Haliimaile just outside of Makawao in the late afternoon. Haleakala is clear at the top on the right.
We booked last minute and originally thought we wanted to stay in Kihe, but I’m so glad we ended up in Makawao. Such a beautiful quaint town with so much character. Heleina was welcoming and wonderful from day one. The b&b is set amongst beautiful greenery, like it’s own little paradise. The breakfast was lovely and included home made banana bread and our apartment was perfect.
Beautiful setting in the mountain. Hot showers, nice hot tub and pool. Situated between Paia and Makawao. Close to Maui Gold pineapple farm and easier access to the road to Hana and crater rd. Staff was super nice. It seemed very rustic 1800’s like. Buildings felt very old but very well maintained. Reminded me of summer camp when I was a kid.
Nice location and convenient to North side of Maui. Clean and tidy overall. It was very quiet when we were there.