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Hotel Wailea

Hotel Wailea Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Hotel Wailea was once a budget hotel in upscale Wailea, but a complete renovation in 2014 turned this property into a luxury stunner with all the trimmings of a stylish boutique hotel. Each of the rooms are one-bedroom suites with private outdoor spaces; some have distant ocean views. Guests can eat Mediterranean food at Capische?, which has a chef's table and uses organic ingredients, or The Cabanas, a poolside bar. Kids under the age of 16 aren't allowed here, making for a peaceful and romantic property that appeals to honeymooners. One caveat -- Hotel Wailea isn't directly on the beach but a Mercedes-Benz limo brings guests to a nearby beach club with free chairs and bottled water. The nearby Four Seasons Maui is a good bet for families with kids.
Aston Kaanapali Shores

Aston Kaanapali Shores Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 463-room mid-range Aston Kaanapali Shores, located on the western shore of Maui, is an oceanfront resort offering hotel rooms and apartments of various sizes with full kitchens and furnished lanais. The resort has a laid-back, homey vibe, combining hotel amenities and the benefits of a casual condo community. There’s also a golden sand beach right on the grounds. Rooms and apartments are privately owned and vary in terms of decor and furnishings, but all are pleasant and clean.
Royal Lahaina Resort

Royal Lahaina Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

A 15-minute walk outside Kaanapali's main strip, the family-owned Royal Lahaina has what the Kaanapali mega-resorts lack -- a quiet, isolated beachfront. Its amenities -- just three small pools, a nightly luau, and an 11-court tennis facility -- don't rival those at the mega-resorts, but this is still a great pick for peace and relaxation.
Royal Kahana

Royal Kahana Rating: 3.0 Pearls

With 413 condos spread over 12 floors, the three-pearl Royal Kahana is one of the taller and larger properties in its neighborhood. Guests have the option of studio, one-, or two-bedroom condos, all of which have washer/dryers, full kitchens, and balconies; some come with gorgeous ocean views (though decor is on the dated side in all). The property has direct access to the beach, as well as a pool, tennis courts, a fitness center, and a meeting room, but Wi-Fi is limited to the lobby area. The nearby Maui Kai also offers condo-style lodging and has free Wi-Fi throughout, but the beach next to the property is known to flood during high tide.
Napili Surf Beach Resort

Napili Surf Beach Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Napili Surf Beach Resort is a small, two-story apartment hotel located in a picturesque, waterfront setting. Lahaina is a short drive away, meaning travelers can stay on the beach without being too far from central Maui. Situated on the Napili Bay, the atmosphere is casual and tranquil, making it a solid pick for those looking for a relaxed beach vacation with options for boating, swimming, and paddleboarding, but little in the way of frills. Rooms are simple and clean, though the tropical decor could use a bit of a refresh. All come with balconies and fully equipped kitchenettes, but lack air-conditioning. While there are plenty of beach activities offered, the hotel has limited amenities outside of its two small pools.
Pineapple Inn

Pineapple Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

In an area full of large resorts and condo complexes, the five-room Pineapple Inn is remarkably tiny. This quaint, homey inn features four private rooms and a two-bedroom cottage and has beautifully landscaped grounds with a swimming pool and hot tub. It's not directly on the beach but the ocean can be seen from the rooms, and there are good views from the upper-level units. The cottage has two bedrooms and a full kitchen, but there's a minimum six-night stay required. If beach access is a must-have, check rates at Sugar Beach Resort.
Aston at Papakea Resort

Aston at Papakea Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 364-room mid-range Aston at Papakea Resort is a relaxed ocean-view condo complex on 13 acres of lush grounds with a rock sea wall. Dolphins, seals, and other wildlife can be seen right off the property. There’s no on-site restaurant, but guests may dine at the companion property next door. Apartments vary in decor and amenities because they're independently owned, but all have balconies and full kitchens, and most have views of the water.
Lahaina Shores Beach Resort

Lahaina Shores Beach Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Lahaina Shores Beach Resort offers leisure travelers an excellent home base from which to explore downtown Lahaina, Front Street, and West Maui. The resort's 199 condo-style rooms have light, tropical decor and are clean and comfortable with lanais and kitchenettes. Mountain and oceanfront views are available, but for travelers who can afford it, the views of the Pacific are worth the splurge. There's little in the way of amenities beyond a small outdoor, ocean-facing pool, and there's neither a bar nor a restaurant on-site.
Outrigger Maui Eldorado

Outrigger Maui Eldorado Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Outrigger Maui Eldorado, an older but well-maintained mid-range property alongside Kaanapali's golf course, has large individually owned condo rentals that can make a good base for touring the area. Units vary by owner, but each has a private lanai and a full kitchen. There's no dining on-site, though many options exist nearby, and it's just a short drive to the center of Lahaina. The beach is about a five-minute walk from the Outrigger, and once there, guests can use the hotel's cabana, which includes bathrooms, a sundeck, and a kitchen. The rates are lower at the Outrigger than for rentals right on the beach, but be aware of the fees that can add up, especially for guests who opt for housekeeping.
Kaanapali Beach Hotel

Kaanapali Beach Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

A modest property that prides itself on being the "Most Hawaiian Resort," the 430-room Kaanapali Beach Hotel sits right on Kaanapali's four-mile beach. More affordable than many nearby resorts, this low-key hotel has a great tiki bar, free Hawaiian activities, and live nightly entertainment. Yet even after some renovations, rooms aren't anything special.


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