Maui Accommodations

June 13, 2019

Below we’ve shared a few excellent options to stay at while visiting Maui.

 

Travaasa – Hana

Delivering Barefoot Elegance since 1947

TravaasaFormerly the Hotel Hana, Travaasa Hana Experiential Resort is offering the same incredible Hana location, only with upgraded rooms & an emphasis on exploration of the land and culture. The activities that are offered exclusively through them make it worth coming to Hana, Maui. For those seeking rest & rejuvenation, Travaasa has an award winning spa.
Call: (888) 225-8230

 

The Penthouse Maui – Kihei

Beachfront Penthouse Hale Pau Hana

Pent House MauiThe Penthouse Maui offers guests a rare chance to experience private luxury oceanfront living on one of South Kihei’s most popular beaches. Designed with comfort and relaxation in mind, The Penthouse Maui comes fully equipped with everything guests need to simply show up and enjoy. Guests will have access to concierge services to assist them with booking excursions, private chef arrangements, and can even assist with errands like grocery shopping to optimize your Maui relaxation time.
Call: (808) 283-8265

 

North Shore Lookout – Makawao

Peaceful Lodging in Maui’s Upcountry

North Shore LookoutConveniently located just above Makawao Town, the North Shore Lookout Maui offers clean, spacious rooms in Maui’s cooler Upcountry region. Just a stone’s throw from the unique shopping and dining in the paniolo town of Makawao, the north shore lookout is a convenient and relaxing spot to set up for your Maui adventure.
Call: (808) 868-1651

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Iao Valley Inn – Wailuku

Privacy and Peace in Iao Valley

wailuku bnbLocated conveniently in Central Maui only a short drive from historic Iao Valley State Park, Iao Valley Inn is a locally-owned Bed & Breakfast, perfect for travelers seeking peace, quiet and relaxation in one of Maui’s most scenic, lush landscapes. Choose from two rooms or a separate private cottage and enjoy the ground gardens, waterfall and sounds of nearby Iao Stream.
Call: (808) 633-6028

 

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2 Comments

  1. Jacob Petrosky

    Do you know how COVID-19 is affecting travel and stay in Maui right now? I’m curious if you guys are seeing an influx in traffic to the webcams because people may not be able to travel to Maui for vacation. Just curious.

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    • Maui Webcam Guys

      Yes, many more visitors to our site to see what Maui is like right now via the webcams.

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