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May 8, 2004
From journal Maui Wowie!
October 19, 2003
Walking from the lobby to your room, you pass by tropical gardens with peaceful waterfalls. There is bougainvillea in planters here and there, and I swear we noticed a distinct smell of plumeria throughout the resort. The rooms were more than comfortable, with good views--either Mauka (mountain/land) views or Makai (ocean) views--average-sized bathrooms, and turndown service in the evenings. We were on the Mauka side, and were blessed with good weather every day of our trip.
This hotel is on a pretty good area of Kaanapali Beach, as it is relatively free of rocks. The pool was very large, with a tropical waterfall that you can stand under. If you do not have children and do not wish to be around children, this seemed like a pretty good choice, as we only noticed a few children here and there, and those we saw were very well behaved.
The hotel is somewhat close to the historic Whaler's Village (half a mile away), and during the time I visited, there was a shuttle that offered transportation; however, I honestly cannot remember if they charged for it. There are restaurants on-site, but they are pretty expensive. I would recommend traveling to Whaler's Village, or if you have a car, Lahaina, as you'll find much better prices there.
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From journal Maui, my how you've grown!
San Jose, California
May 2, 2003
From journal Winter Break in Maui (Great Whale Watching)
September 11, 2001
The pool area had just been redone and was wonderfull, it has a large kid play pool, pirate ship, good for 8 and below. There is a nice waterslide and many levels of pool. Full snack type food place (has a pizza hut inside) they also have an all you can drink mug you can purchase and use during your stay. Costs $20 bucks, but it''s a deal if your there for a week.
We really liked this hotel.
From journal Maui on a timeshare deal
August 19, 2001
From journal Marvelous Maui