Our Maui property is located in the town of Lahaina, a former whale port, and the central tourist spot on the island.
Whale watching is a popular activity on the island of Maui. Book a whale watching cruise or come during the peak of whale season in February and March to visit the Maui Whale Festival, Parade of Whales, and World Whale Day Celebration. Surfing, snorkeling golfing, canoeing and hiking are among the other activities popular on the island.
Lahaina has a variety of dining experiences for its visitors. For authentic Hawaiian cuisine try out Aloha Mixed Plate, Honokowai Okazuya & Deli, or Da Kitchen. If you’re interested in dinner and a show make a reservation at Kupanaha for a night of magic and Hawaiian myths or check out Feast at Lele for a Polynesian dinner and an astonishing Samoan fire knife dance.
Maui is the perfect place for a day of shopping. The island has numerous boutiques, international shops, antique shops, and farmer’s markets. Head down to Wailea for some upscale shopping including the latest European fashion, art galleries, and unique gift shops. Go to the Whaler’s Village shopping mall in Lahaina for the many specialty and apparel shops. The mall is located right along the beach so after you finish shopping you can grab a bite to eat and enjoy the oceanic view.
Arts and Culture
Maui has a variety of concerts and festivals year round. For an authentic Hawaiian feel book a reservation at the Old Lahaina Luau and learn about the history and culture of Hawaii. Visit the Maui Theater for live shows that include Polynesian dancing and acrobatics as well as myths and legends brought to life in front of you.
For a schedule of year round events visit the Maui Arts and Cultural Center site.