Maui Hotel Guide
Whether you're looking for luxury or bargain, Maui has accommodations to suit both your taste and your wallet. The island is also home to numerous unique bed and breakfasts which offer a unique experience, as well as some of the lowest rates on the island. If you're looking to relax in style, writers note that luxury resorts, such as the Hotel Hana-Maui and Honua Spa, are worth every penny; unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean, large rooms with elegant furnishings and spa suites are just some of the perks.
Wherever you choose to stay, the top travel sites advocate booking early, especially if you plan to travel during the peak tourist seasons from mid-December to March and June to August.
- If you're looking to save money on Maui hotels, consider giving up the premium for an ocean-view room. A garden-view room will usually cost much less but be no further from the beach." -- Concierge.com
- Most hosts post signs or will politely ask you to remove your shoes before entering the B&B. Not only does this keep the place clean, but you'll also be amazed at how relaxing it is to walk around barefoot. If this custom is unpleasant to you, a B&B may not be for you." -- Frommer's
- At all hotels, ask about discounts and deals (free nights with longer stays, for example), which have proliferated." -- Fodor's