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The rooms were very very small, with limited space for bags, toiletries, etc to spread out. You could also hear the neighbors in the room next door talking and watching TV. That said, it was clean and very reasonably priced. It was right next to...More
We were thrilled to find such a great little value right on the beach at the est end of Kihei! Set up like classic little bungalos, just steps from the ocean, our room offered the basics, decent bed, small bathroom, micro, fridge, dressing area, and...More
I picked this place based on the location and the price. I figured simple, clean room would suffice. Heck, it's Maui. Who spends all day in their room anyway? Ok, where to begin? First, the room was disgusting. Standing water outside room door and the...More
The rooms may be small but we were not there to stay in our room. Has a small refrigerator, coffee maker, microwave. The internet never worked in the room but worked in the office (slow). If you snorkel it is a great beach for doing...More
Like most of the reviews, this hotel was not what we expected. The rooms are unusually small, although they do have coffee pot, fridge and micro. The housekeeping service was fine. We paid $165 a night for an "ocean view" room. When we arrived and...More
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Larry is correct, there are 4 "ocean front" rooms 2 up and 2 down. The problem with the downstairs rooms are the patio is part of the restaurant, and dinner is served there. You will be looking out your window watching... More
Larry is correct, there are 4 "ocean front" rooms 2 up and 2 down. The problem with the downstairs rooms are the patio is part of the restaurant, and dinner is served there. You will be looking out your window watching people eat dinner. The bathroom is another problem. There is no fan, you have to open your window to vent the steam from your shower. The problem with that is again your window is right on the patio, and if you shower in the evening, open the window to vent the steam, you will be the "nudie show" for the diners. If you want ocean front, I suggest you spring for the suite, as it is upstairs and has a deck.
They advertise that they have roll-away beds and cribs available, so they probably only charge for adults in the room, not children (so "2" on your reservation means 2 adults and your child stays free).