by Wendy Irvine
This hotel offers a nice value for families right on one of the world’s best beaches, just minutes from Lahaina, golf and other Maui activities. They call themselves “Hawaii’s Most Hawaiian Hotel” because of the warmth and aloha spirit the staff infuses into everything they do.
The 432 guest rooms are nicely sized at approximately 425 square feet with roomy lanais (covered patios). Each room has a refrigerator, highspeed Internet, cable TV, coffee maker, hair dryer and an iron and ironing board. On a tight budget? Check out their “aloha value” rooms.
Our Editor Loves
- Great rates on aloha value rooms
- Covered patios available
- Warm aloha spirit
This was our first vacation in eleven years and we picked the perfect place to go with all the activities there is to do and sights to see . It is an experience we will never forget. We have so many pictures to share and adventures to tell our family and friends.
by Susan D
There are many things we have enjoyed about our stay. But there are also some things that need attention at this hotel. Our kids loved "the aloha passport" which provided them with the opportunity to learn more about Hawaiian culture and earn great little prizes along the way. The girls that run the Activities Centre were delightful. The pool is far too small, but the surrounding grounds are incredibly beautiful. The trees provide beautiful shade from the heat of the day. The room we stayed in had a nice outlook but was much smaller then the other hotels we stayed in during our holiday in Hawaii. I don't think our bathroom has been updated since the hotel opened. Needs refreshing urgently. Having said that, our room was very clean. The Tiki Terrace restaurant also desperately needs a refresh. Are plastic table clothes part of Hawaiian culture? No service around the pool for guests. The Tiki bar staff seemed as tired as their uniforms and our bathroom.