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Spent a week here in Jan. 2012. Our expectations were not high given the relatively modest prices here. However, things were worse than anticipated. Extremely small rooms, in very poor repair. Water dripping from air conditioner, broken window slats, hole burned through lamp shade, loose...More
Great location, right on one of the best beaches in Maui. But that's were the charm ends. The rooms are extremely small and noisy, but clean. OK if you are not spending any time in your room. After a 2 week stay in Lahaina, we...More
We found the hotel to be very clean, and quite basic, and probably fine for a day or two, but I certainly wouldn't have wanted to stay for a week or more. The value was good for the price, and there were a few unexpected...More
Let me first say that we had spent the prior 6 nights at the Hyatt Regency on Ka'anapali Beach & the resort was wonderful BUT we were almost always on the go, on the beach, or in the water so we didn't really get to...More
If you want a decent, no-frills hotel right on a gorgeous stretch of Maui coastline, this is the place for you. The rooms are small, the bathroom tiny, The A/C didn't work great, but the beach is priceless. The price is awesome for the location.
Set on a splendid stretch of sand 2 miles from Kihei, this low-rise hotel is 3 miles from the championship golf courses of Wailea Resort; Maui Ocean Center is 8 miles away.With louvered shutters, tiled floors, ...Moreceiling fans, and island accents, all 87 guestrooms offer compact refrigerators, complimentary local calls, premium channels, coffeemakers, and in-room safes. Less
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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).