"Kaiholo Hale condo, Plumeria Suite, at Paia, Maui"
We arrived in Maui the first week of February, and stayed for seven nights. The residence was easy to find and is located in a residential area. Upon arrival, the first stop was Costco to load up for the week. This store is their 3rd top store in sales, and was very busy (gas island the same, gas there was $.70+ less than other area gas stations). At the condo, there was off street parking, and had no problems moving in. The suite was clean, and well stocked with everything needed for the week. The beach was a short five minute walk, and we used the condo beach chairs available for guests to sit on beach to enjoy surf and sun. Driving the island was enjoyable, but sometimes there were unavoidable backups, but who was in a hurry. There were plenty of stores for fresh food, but it was bit more expensive that the mainland. If a drive to the Haleakala Crater is planned, be sure to take coats, it was 30 degrees colder that coast, and very windy. The only downside, there was no pool, but the ocean was very close by. I would book here again without and reservations and would recommend the Kaiholo Hale to anyone. If by chance, you like multi-storied resorts, traffic and crowds, the place might not be for you.
Dale from Marysville, WA.