If you want a cabana (and you will, given the intense sun), you have to get up by 7am to reserve it. Otherwise, you are out of luck. In fact, at the serenity pool, you won’t even get a lounge chair. The staff will put you on a “waiting list”, but they never follow up with you. Very disappointed. ...
Brilliant place third visit here and never disappointed
Had a wonderful week at the condo. Stunning view. Staff feel like family. Room service is great. Watching sunset at sea right from the balcony. Hotel provides more than what we need to enjoy the beach and the stay.
Excellent resort. Kids love the pool. Very beautiful and on the beach.
Our stay was exceptional. Room was tidy, amenities were as advertised and staff was excellent. Will definitely stay next time we are in Maui
I like the friendliness staff and the concierge service. Dining experience at Ama and Ko were disappointing for dinner but casual lunch was ok. Nick’s fish market food quality and service was very satisfying. Makena market was convenient and food quality is average. The staffs were very unfriendly ...
There's clearly a reason why gangs of adventurers choose to head to Wailea Beach time and time again.
It's in Wailea, which is 100 miles from the state capital, Honolulu.
Choose from 27 hotels, all within a radius of 2 miles of Wailea Beach. The Ho'olei at Grand Wailea is 0.3 miles from Wailea Beach. Other choices include the Wailea Beach Villas, A Destination Luxury Hotel, 0.3 miles away, and the Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea, 0.3 miles away.
Hoping to find accommodation close by but not exhaust your funds? The Maui Parkshore - Maui Condo & Home, just 2 miles away, is your solution.
If you're keen to splurge on accommodation that's a bit more luxurious, you have a number of upmarket hotel options to choose from. Be sure to check out the Fairmont Kea Lani Maui, only 0.5 miles away, and the Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort - a concept by Hyatt, 0.7 miles away.
Hardly any tourists can make it through a busy day of tours and sightseeing without a caffeine jolt. Café Kula is an ideal rest stop because it is close to Wailea Beach. A good option for visitors wanting something more substantial is Humuhumunukunukuapua'a. This eatery is also just a stone’s throw away. To cap the night off, take one final walk and buy a couple of beers at Ferraro's Bar e Ristorante.