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We had a quick 5 day stay at this location. The complex is in a great location in Wailea with great views and lovely grounds.
Our unit was clean and well maintained. It had all new appliances , furniture, bedding and towels.
The view from...More
We stayed here for a week. Not a day went by that we didn’t sit on the lanai and looked out at the gorgeous view of Molokini. The townhouse was the perfect size for us - there was plenty of room for all of us....More
Stayed from 9/14 to 9/19 for a friend's wedding in Wailea. We received an Ocean view Condo as I reserved. The condition of the condo was very outdated and didn't feel as clean. But the view was nice, so we accepted it. As it reached...More
We truly enjoyed our stay at Wailea Ekolu village 904. The interaction with Amanda was smooth, friendly and efficient. The process for reservation and payment was easy as well.
The unit itself was amazing. It was exactly as described, and looked even better than in...More
Beware: the credit to restaurants and spa are not credits! They are a bunch of coupons. It was a nice place but make sure you plan on using the kitchen otherwise it isn't worth it. But very clean and nice place to stay!
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Shuttle Bus Service
Refrigerator in room
Things to do
US$ 260 - US$ 582 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We had a toddler and a stroller which was fine to get to the nearby restaurant at the top of the hill, less than 10mins. However, the beach was more like 30mins walk. We took the car out whenever we needed to go... More
We had a toddler and a stroller which was fine to get to the nearby restaurant at the top of the hill, less than 10mins. However, the beach was more like 30mins walk. We took the car out whenever we needed to go the beach.
Ekolu is a large resort that is built on a "hill" so most units have beautiful views. This also means a bit of an uphill walk when you return from the beach. Some of the buildings face the golf course. The property is... More
Ekolu is a large resort that is built on a "hill" so most units have beautiful views. This also means a bit of an uphill walk when you return from the beach. Some of the buildings face the golf course. The property is beautifully landscaped and there is a a lot of open space. There are 2 pools that are simple pools (compared to the hotel pools) but they have plenty of chairs and lawn chairs around the pool. They are beautifully taken care of and the deep end is really deep.
It is about 10 minutes to walk down to the sea front, maybe a bit more if you at the top of the resort. There isn't direct beach access in the main area of Wailea, you need to go through the big hotels to access the beach (or you can park in a couple of different parking lots if you have a car). The closest sandy beach is in front of the Grand Wailea and then in front of the Fairmont. If you go the other direction, there is a long sandy beach that goes in front of the Andaz and Ekahi Village. Our favourite beaches are in the residential area just past the Fairmont and then in Makenna.
You don't technically need a car to get to the beach but it is quite a walk with your beach gear if you want to go to the beach for the day. If you are wanting to walk along the beautiful sea front (which we did almost every morning and evening), it is easy and you definitely don't need a car!
We have stayed at Ekolu 3 times and we love it! I would say that you definitely need a car as Wailea itself is a bit far from everything. The beaches are fantastic for snorkelling (and diving).
I hope this helps:)
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