Ratings based on 44 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.9 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice view and waterfront property.Posted Jan 10, 2015
David, our host was very nice . He supplied us with everything we needed to have a nice breakfast and even brought fresh fruit and veggies from his local farm for us . We definately will be back
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Japan
目の前のビーチでサーフィンもできるPosted Nov 27, 2014
パイアの街に近く便利なエリアです。 目の前にビーチがあり、波がある日であるばサーフィンも可能。 サーフボードもマネージャーがレンタルしています。 宿のマネージャーさんには、2人の息子さんがおり、とても可愛く、私たちの子供とも仲良く遊んでくれました。 建物を内は靴を脱ぐので、日本人には慣れた環境ですね。 朝食も自炊ですが、材料は用意されています。 自分たちで、好きな物を食べることができますので、満足できるでしょう。 総合的に良い宿だと思います。
for Personal Eventby Edward Mannfrom Blue Tile Beach House
RIGHT ON the beach!Posted Sep 25, 2014 on Hotels.com
Had a very memorable stay! I took advantage of the easy beach access and enjoyed swimming in the ocean under the stars one night. It was nice not to have to deal with an overly rocky shore. The owners did a great job of making me feel comfortable while respecting my privacy.
Recommendedby Rob McAleerfrom Nova Scotia
close to beachPosted Mar 14, 2014 on Hotels.com
The location and area was great. The cleanliness was not as good as expected. Example : wanted to cook something in oven but when I opened the oven the bottom was black with food that had spilled over while being cooked and never been cleaned. Was supposed to be free wifi but the password had been changed and it took me nearly 24 hours to track the caretakers down to get the new password. Was no service there just some food in fridge that you could use to make your own breakfast.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATIONPosted Mar 6, 2014
Pros: Location and roominess of the 2nd story suite. We loved the ability to make food in the kitchen and use the common areas outside and inside.
Cons: Clean the rooms better and have a means to communicate with the staff when there are needs or questions.
Location: Road to Hana, great churches in the little towns, Paia has wonderful restaurants, Pacific Whale watch tour is great, miles of Maui beaches amazing
We LOVED the location of the Blue Tile Beach House! We stayed in the second story suite and it had a 2 sided deck that has the most beautiful view of the ocean and small beach to the right. The suite was large and could accommodate a family well. The bed was great and you could watch the ocean while in bed which was amazing. We saw sea turtles from our deck and surfers. There was a small kitchen area with a sink, fridge, microwave and toaster oven. This is an older house but upkeep is pretty good. There is a shared kitchen, dining room and living area that can accommodate a lot of people. There is fresh fruit set out and eggs, bread, milk and juice and yogurt in the fridge. There is cereal on top of the fridge and coffees and teas. It is run more like a hostel than a bed and breakfast. Nothing is in individual serving sizes so if you want yogurt, then you scoop it out of the same big container that everyone else did. There is shared fridge for guests. Communication with the staff is difficult. I called three times the day we arrived before connecting with someone. She told us, "We did not know you were coming." Our bathroom counter and toothbrush container were dirty with "toothpaste spit" so I cleaned the bathroom. The towels were "sour" so requested new ones and got some towels but had to call three times and leave messages to get some wash clothes. Some bulbs in the bathroom were burned out the whole time. The carpets and bed were clean and neat.
by A verified travelerfrom San Diego, CA
Noisy neighbors, non-existent innkeepersPosted Feb 26, 2014
Pros: Close enough to town to be convenient but far enough away to avoid most of the crowds.
Cons: Patrol the beach next door to keep the noise down at midnight. Local foods for breakfast; pick the fruit from the trees on the property!
Location: Just outside Paia town. Local beach right next door; a mixed blessing. On the road to Hana if that's your thing; convenient to roads going upcountry.
Loud music at midnight from the beach next door; woke us up from a peaceful sleep. This began Friday night & continued over the weekend; "Hawaiian rap" music blaring from radios so loud it literally shook the entire house, and this was right outside our windows. No local foods for breakfast; stale fruit like apples, grapefruit, unripe blood orange, & over ripe (non-local) bananas, despite the many fruit trees on the property (like the banana tree right outside our lanai). No owners to be found; complaints went unaddressed, phone calls & e-mails unanswered. Saw one of the owners for 5 minutes when she came to retrieve an iPhone charger; never saw her or her husband the entire time except for that. Maid brought clean towels on second day, but didn't clean room & left the trash behind. Spoke to another couple staying at the B&B (they left early to relocate to another B&B further from town) who thought the owners were running an unlicensed inn, which was why they were nowhere to be seen; apparently this is quite a problem on Maui & the authorities are cracking down on these types of operations, but not soon enough to prevent us from spending a ton of money on a second-rate B&B.
by anthonyfrom Bossier City
Waterfall RoomPosted Feb 22, 2014
Room barely large enough to fit a double bed. No a/c and it is very hot/humid even in Feb. Nice views of ocean and in Paia which is away from the touristy feel. Not a bad deal if you are OK roughing it a little. Never saw any staff members.
for Everyoneby Balakumarfrom Folsom, CA
Beautiful hotel right near the neachPosted Feb 18, 2014
This hotel was perfectly located in the quaint little town of Paia. Unlike the Paia inn (which was one of my inn choices to stay) which is located right in the middle of all the shops, blue tile was located just a few blocks away which made it more calm and hence, no traffic noise. We stayed in the plumeria room that had an excellent view. The innkeeper Penelope was really sweet and made sure we stayed there comfortably. They provided towels, umbrellas, snorkel gear, boogie boards, and books which were quite a surprise. On top of all, since we stayed there in the peak of the whale season, we were able to view whales right from the lawn. Overall, a very nice place to sit back and relax.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Lithuania, Europe
oceanftrontPosted Feb 12, 2014
atmosfere like at home and wery beautiful place. breakfast good.
by Carenfrom Palmer, Alaska
Nice SettingPosted Jan 27, 2014
Pros: Beautiful setting, very clean and comfortable. Paia is a nice little town also
Cons: Hot water and air conditioning would be essential and both were lacking.
Location: Some interesting shops about 1/2 mile away in Paia. There were a couple of restaurants in the town and a small grocery store.
This is a small bed and breakfast. It has a lovely setting right on a small beach. But not the best beach for swimming. I really only had one problem and that is that they didn't have hot water. I need to be able to take a shower. After several days with no hot water, I canceled the rest of my stay there and moved elsewhere. You make your own breakfast and there were not a lot of options. Mainly some fruit and cereal. After 3 days the fruit was gone and the milk was bad, so it was really more of a 'bring your own breakfast' place. But you could shop in the small town and buy groceries and cook whatever you wanted in the community kitchen. They did refund my prepaid reservation when I left because of lack of hot water. There was also no air conditioning and only small slats that opened in the single window, so it got pretty hot in the room