Best resorts in Maui by region

  • Lahaina: Lahaina offers a wealth of fun and exciting adventures to enjoy, many of which have a multicultural aspect. Lahaina Harbor is your hub for taking a tour of the entire West Maui region. If you're looking for shopping, Front Street should be your destination, and it's just blocks from your resort. Lahaina Banyan Court Park allows you to view the oldest living tree on the island, while the Lahaina Jodo Mission is a traditional Japanese Buddhist temple in the heart of Hawaii. Warren & Annabelle's Magic offers an entertaining magic and comedy dinner show. It's all just outside your Maui resort.
  • Kihei: A Kihei-area resort is the place to be if you want unforgettable beachfront experiences with stunning sunrises and sunsets that paint the landscape with reds, oranges and yellows. At beaches like Charley Young Beach, you can experience serene tide pools nestled in natural rocky formations. At the Kamaole Beach parks, you can enjoy swimming, surfing, snorkelling, sunbathing and water sports all day long on endless stretches of golden sands. Cove Beach Park offers a great option for group parties, with barbecues, sports facilities and more. Maui resorts in Kihei are the key to an unforgettable family, couples or group holiday.

Finding the top cheap Maui resorts

While many people may think that staying at a resort will be expensive, the truth is there are some great cheap Maui family resorts available. These resorts put you within close proximity of a number of inexpensive and even free attractions. Besides visiting local beaches, you can travel the Hana Highway, where you can see rainforests and an active volcano. Waianapanapa State Park lets you walk along an unusual beach featuring black sand formed from cooled lava. For an educational experience, the kids will love heading to the Maui Ocean Center and Aquarium of Hawaii, where they can experience a tide pool and even view local sea life including live sharks in a tank. All this and more is available from your cheap resort in Maui.

Popular Maui resorts with a backyard or garden

As you explore options for your Maui holiday travel, be sure to look for rentals with a private area outside where you can relax on your own or with family after a day of fun. A Maui resort with a backyard or garden area offers its own options for rest and relaxation. You can enjoy a bottle of wine just before sunset with your beloved surrounded by roses and other flowers, or walk hand in hand down the garden paths. You might get together with your family and friends for a gathering that you self-cater with fresh seafood from the backyard barbecue. It's all waiting at your Maui resort with a garden or backyard.

Best resorts in Maui with a swimming pool

Whether you're looking to experience natural waterfalls, swim in the pools nestled within a bamboo forest at the Pools of Oheo or walk the trails in the Iao Valley and see its famous needle landmark, at the end of the day you'll want a way to relax in peace. There are many luxury and family resorts in Maui that offer private swimming pools as part of their accommodation. A pool is an outstanding way to get some exercise in the morning, while away the afternoons with wine and a great book or relax in the evenings with a refreshing swim away from the crowds at the beaches. Best of all, many of the resorts in Maui will include either a public or private swimming pool as part of their standard amenities. Swimming pools can be found at both cheap Maui resorts and as part of full luxury offerings.