Maui Hotel Insider
For many, Honolulu is the first spot to come to mind when the Hawaiian Islands are explored as a vacation destination; however for those specifically seeking a more tranquil beach paradise experience, Maui remains a top pick. And with a wide range of energizing outdoor activities, ... read more
quintessential Hawaiian culture and awesome beaches available, there’s no question: Maui is the perfect tropical escape. Here's our guide to some of the best hotels in a few price ranges.

Luxury Hotels in Maui
Many visitors to Maui are looking to relax in a bit of luxury during their island getaway. These high-end travelers need look no farther than the Grand Wailea Resort Hotel and Spa, a Waldorf Astoria hotel and lavish Wailea Beach getaway offering the highest level of service and style. A good bet for even the most discerning island escapist. The Fairmont Kea Lani Maui and Four Seasons Resort at Wailea are two other beautiful 5-star hotels also located on this same picturesque stretch of tropical beach. Both properties offer guests extensive amenities and beachfront access, a key feature for all top resorts as it allows people to catch the surf or relax poolside with ease.

Mid-Range Maui Hotels
Hotels on the island can be a vacation unto themselves. And even on a budget one can expect to find a range of suitable options to choose from, be it a cozy bed-and breakfast, a comfortable condo rental, or a more traditional island hotel. For an affordable Maui coast hotel, try the Sheraton Maui Resort and Spa, a favorite choice among families and couples due to its affordable pricing and diverse amenities, including adult and child pools, a lazy river, tennis courts, eight restaurants and spa.

Things to do in Maui
Wailea Beach and Kaanapali Beach are highly popular stops for sun and sand seekers along the west coast of Maui, while Ho’okipa Beach Park to the north is the epicenter of the island’s surfing and windsurfing scenes (experience recommended!). Yet sun and sand are not all Maui has to offer. Haleakala National Park is a must-see destination as well. An active volcano, Haleakala is rich in color and serves as a popular hiking, biking and even zip-lining area. The Road to Hana is a similarly a not-to-be-missed destination. This winding, scenic drive will let you take in the views of Maui, ensuring your camera is filled with envy-worthy tropical shots to share back home. Additional hiking options worth exploring around the island include Iao Valley State Park and Oheo Gulch. A Hawaiian cultural experience that is practically synonymous with vacationing in the islands is the luau, a traditional feast typically featuring unique island dishes and colorful entertainment. While many hotels provide their own luau shows, one of the best available dinner options – where you might try such specialties as Kalua pork and poi -- is the Old Lahaina Luau. Here the whole family gets involved in maintaining the native Hawaiian traditions. As a result, the hula dances are a spectacular demonstration of the form. A slightly lesser known family-friendly activity on the island is the Maui Ocean Center. Described as the largest tropical aquarium in the Western Hemisphere, this is an education experience that is sure to keep visitors of all ages entertained.

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