We love staying at this Hotel. We have been here several times.
Ideal location, close to the Beach, pleasant staff and the facilities are great.
On this trip, the only thing which was off-putting was the fact that there were some bugs scurrying around on the bathroom floor but the staff addressed this issue promptly.
Certainly we will opt to come here again.
Traveller from Calgary
Surrounded by shops and restaurants, this seven-story hotel is across the street from Kamaole Beach Park I, 3 miles from …More
A brief stay and arrived late. You can not check in until for but the office closes at 5p. On arrival one has to pick-up phone for instruction to unlock a safe with your keys. The phone was terrible and disconnected us three times. THe area was very poorly light and no signage identifying buildings. Bedroom was next to walk way and was noisy up to about 10p. Arrived on very humid evening and needed fans to cool the room off as there is no air conditioning. Maui can very very humid and Kihei is is a arid part of the island.
The rooms face the pool and inner court yard with nice walk out s and lanai's. Beach is directly across the street and you can see the ocean even at ground level. Road noise was minimal as there is hedge row along the road which blocks and dampens the noise
Traveller from Chicago, IL
Nestled on the beach, this Kihei condo is within 1 mi (2 km) of Kalepolepo and Waipuilani Park. Maui Nui Golf Club and Kealia …More
Most visitors to Maui will experience Kahului, Maui’s largest city that is home to the island’s main airport and deep-water port. These assets make Kahului a trade hub. Locals flock to its malls and commercial districts for weekly shopping. West of Kahului, the historic town of Wailuku is popular for antiquing. Nearby, the 1,200-foot Iao Needle rock peak is a famous Maui landmark.