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March 4, 2004
From journal Back to the Islands/Maui
by Nancy Bailey
June 18, 2003
From journal Maui Anniversary
April 29, 2002
From journal My AWSOME Vacation on Maui
by Foxboro Marmot
May 9, 2001
Lower key and lower price? I suggest Papakea - which is now part of the Aston group. This is where I''ve stayed my last three trips. The facility is up the shore from Embassy Suiters in Honokawai. Papakea is a set of buildings structured to give two individual courtyards, each with
a pool, putting green and koi pond. The units range from one bedroom condo-types to two bedrooms plus a loft. All have kitchens, washers and dryers. The units have a mix of owners and rental arrangements. Some are owned and operated by Papakea, others are condos rented by individual
owners and still others are owned by small local management companies.
I arranged for our stays through Maui Resort Management and it has always worked out well. If you want luxury and expect to never leave the resort grounds this is NOT the place for you. OK - now to your party.... if there are two of you on a romantic honeymoon: go Grand Wailea. If there''s a family involved, go to Papakea or Sheraton Maui.
If you are staying for a couple of weeks, go Papakea.
From journal Snorkeling on Maui!