Ratings based on 409 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 Room cleanliness
3.7 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified travelerfrom Honolulu
Not A Good NightPosted Nov 15, 2014
Pros: This hotel is properly maintained considering the age of the structure. An antique hotel built in the early 1900.
Cons: The hotel could use some remodeling to accommodate at least two "twin size" beds per room. The bathroom could use some face lifting.
Location: The hotel is situated in a Tourist area. It is very convenience to get to everything that a tourist want to do.
We checked in at around 8:30 p.m. and found that our rooms have only ONE "full size" bed. When we booked our reservation, the hotel web site offers two "single (twin size)" beds per room. Contacted the front desk clerk about the discrepancy, only to be told that the hotel has only two rooms with two "single" beds and that they are sold out. No flexibility in adding a roll away bed because the rooms are too small. Needless to say that we had a rough night in sharing one bed. Secondly, the hotel charges $15 for over night parking where you can pay $6 for the same service at the adjacent parking lot using the self drop box. In fact, the hotel charged me the $15 regardless that I did not use their parking lot service.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Schönes kleines Hotel in StrandnähePosted Oct 31, 2014
Das Lahaina Inn ist ein schönes kleines Hotel mitten im Getümmel. Klamottenläden, ABC Store ATM Automaten sind in der Nähe. Die Zimmer sind schön eingerichtet und super sauber. Es gibt kein Hotelresraurant aber ausreichend Möglichkeiten in der Umgebung. Viel Spaß hier Leute
for Couplesby A verified travelerfrom transpecos of TX
love the attention to detailPosted Oct 5, 2014
Pros: a lot of loving care went into this renovation & the old wardrobes + bedside table was SO fine.
Cons: was afraid there would be noise from the MANY tourists on the street but the a/c (which we usually prefer NOT to have) was at just the right level.
Location: MANY cafes & eateries in the neighborhood (as well as art galleries & tourist shopping)
my architect husband was blown away by the renovation & furnishings, also the comfort provided by such a historic hotel.
for Personal Eventby Robertfrom Santa Fe
quick stay in LahaniaPosted Sep 18, 2014 on Hotels.com
Liked, will go back
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Convient easy to walk around town from hotelPosted Sep 16, 2014
Pros: Close to everything, good A/C
Cons: Fridge for room
Location: In the heart of Lahaina close to restaurants and shops.
Room was small but big enough for the two of us. The balcony had nice rocking chairs. Everything was clean even though it was far from new. I just wish it had a refrigerator.
by A verified traveler
Perfect locationPosted Sep 15, 2014
Cons: Reception working hours.
The hotel is in the centre of Lahaina - perfect location for taking a walk. Besides that very basic hotel and not cheap. No fridge in the room. When I looked inside the closet it didn't encourage me to put my clothes there. Lahaina Inn's pool is in an absurd distance from the hotel - you have to take 2 buses to get there and have your beach towel! Also, I find it unacceptable that the reception usually works 11AM - 7PM and there's no one to ask in case of emergency.
by A verified traveler
Posted Aug 29, 2014
Pros: The clerk was very pleasant and helpful to answer questions
Cons: Fix the shower door.
Location: Historical sites are located within a short driving distance. Cafes and a super market and a variety of shops are all withing walking distance.
The room was small and no luggage rack for your suitcase. The shower door was difficult to open and shut. There was ample water supply with excellent shower head. The parking lot for your vehicle is approximately one block away, and the parking fee to stay at the hotel was $15,00 a day.
Recommendedby Elliottfrom Asbury
Convenient and LovelyPosted Aug 26, 2014 on Hotels.com
What a wonderful, lovely little hotel. The price can't be beat, considering the location a half block from the water, and the quality and tidiness of the whole place. Having a balcony was such a wonderful plus, and it was a great place to sit in the evenings. My only qualms are fairly small - I felt the walls were pretty thin, and the front desk was never attended when I was there. I checked in late (11:00pm), and though there was a number to call, I had to wait 45min outside for someone to show up, let me in the front door and check me in. At the end of the day, no big deal. It is Maui after all, and if time is your main concern, it's probably not the right place to be. But I mention it as I didn't realize the desk was mostly unstaffed so I failed to plan accordingly. Lovely little place. Highly recommended.
Recommendedby Christinefrom Oahu
Posted Aug 19, 2014 on Hotels.com
Very enjoyable. The room was lovely and had a nice location that was convenient to downtown Lahaina. The craftsmanship of the hotel is very picturesque, and the beds are large and comfortable. Drawbacks are old plumbing (e.g., toilets may clog), noise in the early morning from garbage trucks and delivery trucks, and the complexity of arriving after 7 p.m. However, the pluses greatly outweigh the minuses. The staff is very helpful.
for Couplesby Jefffrom DC
Perfect if you just need a bed!Posted Aug 18, 2014 on Hotels.com
The amenities are minimal, the rooms are small, but the location is great for checking out Lahaina, and the price was very reasonable for what you get. We walked to the Old Lahaina Luau (15 min walk) and the Lahaina Harbor for a cruise & snorkeling (5 min), and there are plenty of restaurants around. If you plan to spend your time and money out exploring Maui all day, and just need a place to sleep bathe and store your stuff, this place is great. If you are expecting resort amenities, look elsewhere. Rooms were clean, bed was comfortable, and you can get the concierge to get you a bag of ice on request from the attached restaurant. Parking costs $15 per day, (which cheaper than other local parking lots). In general Lahaina reminded me of a more commercial and smaller Key West, but I would recommend staying here to check out the Old Lahaina Luau and the northern snorkeling and sights along the northern mountain road (Blow hole, Olivine pools... just please be smart and use extreme caution w/ both of those, especially the pools). We stayed in Kehei the rest of the trip, which I thought was a little nicer and more convenient to other excursions like the big volcano, road to Hana and southern beaches.