Let "Travel Addict" Jillian Harris Help You Plan Your Next Vacation
Places to stay: Fairmont Kea Lani Maui: Even if you can just afford it for a few nights, I recommend it. Sitting at the swim-up bar all day and playing cards with Justin is one of my favorite things to do! Days Inn Maui Oceanfront: If money is tight, I highly recommend this hotel. It's where we stayed before we bought the condo, and in my opinion, if you are good with your money, it’s the best place to stay on the island. It is on the best beach on the island. It's roughly $100 a night and…
When you fly in you’ll land in Kahului at the top center. As you can see, Lahaina is a high-end area with great beaches, similar to Kapalua which is a little north. Paia is the hippie town which starts the road to Hana and Makawao in the middle is cowboy land called “upcountry”. Kihei is touristy and has a bar area called The Triangle.
Hawaii: Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea: The Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea received nothing but praise from T+L readers, who gushed over everything from the “gorgeous ocean view” to the “great tennis teacher and facilities.”
Grand Wailea in Maui, Hawaii "The Grand Wailea’s pool area is so large, it has its own name, the Wailea Canyon Activity Pool. The Activity Pool is actually nine pools, seven waterslides (two of them are both long and fast for the thrill-seekers in your family), a white-water rapids slide (a short, wide, fast ride), a spectacular array of man-made caves and grottos (1 nearly hiding a large hot tub and one housing a swim-up bar" - travelbylori.com