Maui Revealed – Resort Reviews

Here are some of the Maui Resorts that we have reviewed. Each review is unbiased and based on our personal visits. Our team regularly visits these resorts and reviews them for your benefit. You can also find Maui resorts in our app for free! There you can filter them the way you want to find your perfect place to stay.

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Mana Kai Maui Resort

Mana Kai Maui Resort

A hard one to classify. The building looks and feels like a hotel, but it’s a condo, and all rooms from the listed agent are decorated somewhat similarly. Half the rooms, called A rooms, are approx. 604 sq. ft., condo-type 1/1s (meaning they have a kitchen) with...

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Maui Vista

Maui Vista

On mauka side of road not far from Kama‘ole I Beach. Mostly average units in an average condo complex of three buildings, though each building has its own pool and tennis courts. The two-bedroom units have one bedroom as an open loft, so there’s not much privacy....

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Kihei Kai Nani

Kihei Kai Nani

A collection of two- and three-story walk-up condos across the street from Kama‘ole II Beach, but the rooms are mostly garden view. Avoid the buildings closest to the beach (1–3) due to traffic noise. (Since it’s across the street from the water, closer to the...

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Napili Point

Napili Point

Located on a rocky point, most of these condos have nice ocean views. There's no good ocean entry on the property, but Napili Beach is only a 5-minute walk away. If you can snag a corner unit, the wraparound lanais afford some pretty expansive vistas. The second...

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Old Wailuku Inn

Old Wailuku Inn

They consider themselves a B&B, but we’ll classify them as an inn. This was a banker’s home built in 1924, which has been lovingly restored. (The termites had almost carried it away.) Room amenities are well-considered and very homey. Rooms vary a lot, but all are...

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Banana Bungalow

Banana Bungalow

The location isn't the best at this hostel—you can't walk to the beach—but they offer different tours each day (including snorkeling at Black Rock in West Maui, taking the Road to Hana, and hiking on Haleakala) to make up for it. Tours are free, but the guides work...

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Four Seasons Resort Lana‘i

Four Seasons Resort Lana‘i

UPDATE: This resort re-opened in 2017 but we have yet to revisit it for an updated review. Hope to soon. This resort is actually on harder-to-pronounce Hulopo‘e Bay, has a more Hawaiian feel than sister property “the Lodge” does. At check-in, your credit card is...

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Hale Napili

Hale Napili

A dreamy gated condo property right on Napili Beach with clean, comfortable, updated rooms, and an extremely warm staff make you feel at home. In fact, they often greet guests by saying, “Welcome home.” As with many Napili resorts, most visitors are long-time...

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Kealia Condominium

Kealia Condominium

An institutional-looking condo building. It’s real windy and dusty here, but they do a good job of keeping up with the problem and spend a lot of time on pre-cleans. Most of the units have been nicely upgraded, so ask for one, but they still feel small to us. The...

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Lauloa

Lauloa

This condominium is right next to the ocean. A seawall fronts it, but the beach is a short walk away. The oceanfront views are pleasant over the large, sloping lawn, but oceanfront units are not as close to the water as some other condos, like Kana‘i A Nalu, whose...

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