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Located within 3.1 mi of Iao Valley State Park and 3.1 mi of Iao Needle State Monument, The Northshore Hostel Maui provides rooms in Wailuku. I grew up on Maui, but now live in Tokyo. This place is fantastic. You will not find anything in Wailuku for the same quality for this price and in such a convenient location. And a free parking lot right outside! Story Time: As a Maui local, I'd never been here before. There's another hostel down the street that has a bad reputation and unfortunately because of that, the people on Maui have a negative image of ANY hostel. I fact, my family members on Maui who I was visiting insisted on checking the place out because they were worried about me. xD. After a look around, my father wanted to know how much it would cost for him to move in and live here. xD So I wasn't expecting much. But this place was fantastic! If you want to stay in Wailuku, this place is the BEST.
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. The hosts believe in old school getting to know everyone by talking to them, that surely happened over breakfast. Their hospitality makes you feel at home. It's a beautiful B&B to wake up at. The facilities are clean and comfortable and the location is convenient. We had a great time and would surely love to visit again.
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 the host is delightful, attentive and available.
Iao Valley Inn features river views, free WiFi and free private parking, located in Wailuku, 2 mi from Iao Valley State Park. This to me is paradise, a small but totally comfortable home (with everything you can think of provided for) in the midst of a lush forrest with the waterfall nearby. The kids happy to have their own domain (gazebo bedroom). With fresh passionfruit from the garden we are happy to give up immortality.
We were only there for two days, then off to another part of Maui. The town itself did not have a lot going on, not much to see or do. The Iao State Park; however, was worth a quick visit. Very picturesque with minimal walking. Parking is limited, and $5.
Great for access to hiking trails in the West Maui Mountains and close enough to the Road to Hana. The North Shore in general is less touristy, more rainy, and more rugged. Parts of Wailuku and Kahului are quite industrial. Waihee Beach Park offers a secluded rugged beach for a solitary ocean walk. However, if you're looking for great post-card worthy big beaches, Wailuku is not the place. For that, stay in Paia (for Baldwin Beach) or on the south side in Lahaina/Kaanapali or Wailea/Makena.
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.
Room was good with small outside garden area to sit privately. Upstairs communal area was lovely with gorgeous veranda to sit in, particularly in the evening. It was great to have beach towels and chairs are available to borrow and the staff were pleasant. Not keen on only having one choice of breakfast or time to eat, unless you went for the extra early continental at 7am. Hotel was a good choice for being near the airport, but having travelled around the island there are far better locations to stay in for your main holiday. However, everywhere is easily accessible from here on the island. We were finding it was easier to eat somewhere else on our way back to the hotel as Waikiki didn't have the best restaurants...not that we could find and definitely not on foot.
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.
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!
The hosts believe in old school getting to know everyone by talking to them, that surely happened over breakfast. Their hospitality makes you feel at home. It's a beautiful B&B to wake up at. The facilities are clean and comfortable and the location is convenient. We had a great time and would surely love to visit again.
This to me is paradise, a small but totally comfortable home (with everything you can think of provided for) in the midst of a lush forrest with the waterfall nearby. The kids happy to have their own domain (gazebo bedroom). With fresh passionfruit from the garden we are happy to give up immortality.
Maureen the host is delightful, attentive and available.