The hotel is overall very nice, albeit a bit on the older side. Fairly expensive, they charge for the lounge small cabanas $75 for the ehole day, I would think they should be included. Also, no lounge chairs on the beach, only by the pool.
Traveller from Chino Hills
Situated on 40 lush, beachfront acres, Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa is across from Kaanapali's 2 championship golf …More
Needed a place for 4 adults for one night. Overall, was pleased with the property. The room was clean and well stocked with the basic supplies. Location is very ideal. A short 5 minute drive walk to shops and restaurants and a nice beach is right across the street. The pool areas, although not big, were clean and well kept. BBQ's as well as a sitting area too inside the pool area is a nice bonus. Only thing I would complain on was the comfort of the sofa bed. A very coily mattress. But I would definitely stay there again.
Traveller from Rochester, AB
Across the street from Kamaole Beach Park II, this 11-acre Hawaiian resort is within a quarter-mile of Kihei's shops and …More
I love this place. This is my 3rd time going to Maui and every time we go-we stay here. The staff is ALWAYS so friendly and I love that!! Whenever I book-I always look for this hotel specifically. When we go again, I will book Maui Coast again. The pool is great, the onsite restaurant is great, the beach is close, but the staff is wonderful!! Great job guys, keep up the amazing job!
Traveller from Santa Maria, Ca
Surrounded by shops and restaurants, this seven-story hotel is across the street from Kamaole Beach Park I, 3 miles from …More
I was a little scare when I read unhappy reviews about this hotel not having air conditioning and how the noise level was high. When we arrived at the hotel, the kids instantly ran to check out the pools and other areas of the lobby. Which were picture perfect. The lobby was clean and the breeze that passed through was amazing. The smell of fragrant flowers filled the air. Tatiana at the front desk was all smiles and so friendly while she checked us in. She found us a great room towards the front of the property next to the water fountain and main road. Once we were checked in, we meet Liz one of the hotel concierges, who was more then happy to help get us set up with actives for the island.
When we arrived at our room, the windows were open and fans were on. The island breeze that was blowing through the room felt great, cooling the room. That is when I realized, that having no air conditioner would be fine. We ended up towards the end of our stay getting complaints from the kids, saying it was getting cold and to turn off the fans.
The room was set up perfect for our stay. Having a washer and dyer was a great bonus too. The kitchen was well supplied with everything we needed. The ice machine in the freezer worked perfect. They even left a cooler for your day adventures away from the hotel or keeping your drinks cold next the pool.
The fountain was great to cover any street noise that would pass by. At night when the hotel turned off the fountain the frogs would sing.
Traveller from San Juan Capistrano
Located in Princeville - Hanalei, this eco-friendly condo is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Makai Golf Club and 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from …More
Loved how family friendly the resort was, yet private enough for those not wanting to be around kids (like honeymooners).
Friendly staff (several even shared great surfing spots, a rarity with local surfers, this island is the exception, I found).
Hotel was booked to full capacity yet, we never once felt crowded, fighting for space in the pool, always had available lounge chairs.
Studio room is definitely for a couple at the most, not a family as per Expedia. We upgraded for a good deal to a 1 bedroom and are glad we did.
Traveller from Los Angeles, CA
This family-friendly Princeville resort is located by the ocean, within 1 mi (2 km) of Princeville Center and Princeville …More