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The Old Wailuku Inn at Ulupono is set in Wailuku, 2.5 mi from Iao Valley State Park. Free WiFi is offered throughout the property and free private parking is available on site. Beautiful property, very well maintained!! Room was exceptionally lovely. The hosts, Tom and Janice, were very friendly and helpful.
Iao Valley Inn features river views, free WiFi and free private parking, located in Wailuku, 2 miles from Iao Valley State Park. Laundry and kitchenette came in handy for us. There's a nice patio for watching the rains and listening to the sounds of the river. Memory foam bed made us sleep soundly.
You’ll find the harbor, bird refuge and the aquarium here but not much else as far as activities. It was quite which we prefer, if we wanted to shop or go to a restaurant the next city was 15 minutes away.
The Wai Bar is fun at night. Iao Theatre usually has musicals and stage performances going on. The convenience stores stop selling alcohol at 10pm. Cafe 808 on Main is a little pricey but delicious. The lemongrass chicken sandwiches and Thai Iced Tea at Ba-Le are fantastic. Saigon Cafe is adorable, has a cute bar area, delicious food, and has fantastic staff members. I didn't get a chance to go to Umi Sushi Bar, but it looked pretty cool. And for a quick stroll through nature, visit Iao Valley.
Wailuku is good to stay short term even though it has character there is not much to see. The worst was the Northshore hostel. I used to stay there and liked it. This time the bed and surrounding was so dirty my white jacket was stained in many places. the front desk person wanted to put me in a upper bunk even though I am handicapped and was there just a week before. It's good to go to the airport but that is it.
The Old Wailuku Inn is a wonderful place to stay. It's beautifully decorated with friendly hosts and the breakfast is outstanding - the best I've had! It's also in the perfect location to visit everywhere on the island. I'd highly recommend it!
Cute! DO NOT stay at Northshore Maui hostile. They discriminate against service dogs, emotional support dogs and people with disabilities. Both types of dogs are covered under the HI disability act reviised 7/2018
Very quiet at night. The Iao Needle is the highlight. Decent bus service, but loved having a car. Very centrally located for Lahaina, South Shore, Road to Hana, Haleakala. Some history and personality. Good shopping mall nearby.
8.5 Very Good 158 reviews
Owner meet and greet with personalized letter and baked bread. Pool was clean and salt water not chlorinated. Nice grill and chill space in the backyard and by the pool, chance to talk to and meet other guests and the owner, who also had pets and parrot, shade and fruit trees and overall nice pad in the heart of Wailuku. Would definitely stay again and recommend.
Ma'alea is a wonderful location for Maui if you aren't into the resort type amenities. Location for traveling around the island is excellent. The trade winds are most prevalent here, so if you aren't into wind, this isn't the place for you. We needed them to offset the heat at the end of August.
9.7 Exceptional 82 reviews
Perfect hosts on a perfect property. Iao Valley Inn was so peaceful to return to after a day out and about. Falling asleep to the sounds of the waterfall will be a fond memory for years to come. The coffee grown on the property was a delicious addition to the fresh breakfasts!
7.8 Good 873 reviews
You get to know people easily in the dorm, kitchen and balcony. Wailuku is also a nice place. We liked the Wai- Bar and the Café.
9.3 Awesome 188 reviews
Perfect location for what we wanted to do on Maui. Beautifully decorated, clean, comfortable, very welcoming atmosphere.
6.5 Review score 125 reviews
Great accommodations for my re-location to Maui needs.