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“Maui Hawaii Resorts”“The secluded 1800 acre Resort sits between a perfect crescent beach and the dramatic slop
Posted by: Makena Beach & Golf Resort

“Maui Vacation Rentals Cottage Romantic Affordable Luxury”“A hidden gem on the North Shore halfway between the pristine jungles of Hana and the tour
Posted by: Maui Ocean Breezes

“Picture-Perfect Ocean Front Villa Resort”“Set amidst the sundrenched North Ka#anapali Beach, this picture-perfect ocean front villa
Posted by: Westin Ka'anapali Ocean Resort Villas

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“Maui Fun in the Sun”Jeanne, Albuquerque - “We arrived on Saturday the 4th and are staying until the 1
Said about: Kulakane Condominiums

“Condo #411 in Maalaea Kai”Non-Member, Reader - “I stayed at this condo from November 6th until November 18t
Said about: Maalaea Kai Condo

“Best Maui Vacation at Royal Mauian Unit #611”Member, Cynthia, Berkeley - “We had the best Maui vacation ever at Royal Mauian U
Said about: Royal Mauian Resort

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Welcome to HotelGuide.Networks' directory of hotels and hotel reviews for Maui, Hawaii!

Maui, second largest of the Hawaiian islands and often called the "Magic Isle," gives credit to its name with captivating charm. Much of that allure lies along 120 miles of shoreline, with 81 accessible beaches where sand ranges from white or golden to green, garnet, and sometimes black, thanks to volcanic activity. Rich history, shopping and dining, make the entire island an attractive tourist destination. In West Maui, principal resort areas are Ka'anapali and Kapalua. South Maui's prime resorts are Makena and Wailea. Hana, Kihei, Ma'alaea, Napili, Honokowai and Upcountry also are popular. Maui's stunning natural diversity embraces microclimates ranging from rainforest to desert. Yet the relatively small size of the island means most day trips are easy to handle even for families with small children. In fact, insiders, say it's not unusual to visit the 10,000 foot summit of Haleakala and snorkel on Maui's calm blue ocean waters on the same day. Some 20 golf courses on Maui's Magic Isles underscore status as one of the world's premier golfing destinations. Maui Island alone boasts more than 15 courses, several ranked at or near the worldwide pinnacle. Maui lodging options include some 103 rental condominiums, and 61 hotels or resorts with nearly 18,000 rooms at Kapalua, Kaanapali, Wailea and Makena, Kihei, Kahului and Hana.

We have organized our listings of Maui's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Maui area by selecting one of the links shown below.

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·Kaanapali Beach
Maui's first master planned resort. 1200 acres of luxury hotels make this a popular destination. Kapalua / West Maui Airport (JHM) is 3 miles north of the city.
·Kapalua - West Maui Airport
Includes hotels in Kahana, Kapalua and Napili Beach, all located on the west end of the island with beaches and mountain ridges that make this one of the most beautiful parts of the island.
·Maalaea Bay
Hotels at Maalaea Bay, Makena, Kahului and Wailea, all located on the west, surrounding the Maalaea Bay, and a short distance from the Kahului Airport (OGG).
·Maui North Side
Hotels in and around communities on the North Side of Maui, including Kula, Wailuku, Honokowai, Paia, Haiku and others.
Hotels in and around Lahaina, where historic buildings abound dating back to the 19th century. Links to Kaanopali resort by complimentary trolleys and replicas of trains from the sugar-cane days. Near the Kapalua - West Maui Airport (JHM).
Located in the Maalaea Bay, Kihei is a relaxed hideaway with an array of resort hotels and activities. Kahului Airport (OGG) 10 miles northeast of the city.
Hotels located at the eastermost point of the island, in the village of Hana, which offers beautiful natural displays, and has a nice leisurely pace.

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Area Facts: The Island of Maui originated from the flows of the volcano Haleakala that made its appearance in 1 million BC, and is now the world's largest dormant volcano. The local area code for the Hawaiian Islands is 808.

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