Fairmont Kea Lani
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Stayed here on the last 2 nights in Maui. It rained the entire time. Obviously not anyone's fault, but as a result we never got to enjoy the pools. Our room was on the ground floor in what felt like the basement. The Hallway smelled and was kind of dark. Don't accept a room on P floor if you don't have to. The interior spaces throughout the resort all felt dark. Not bright and airy the way a Hawaiian resort should feel. Service at breakfast was non existent. They have this weird laser light show that I guess is supposed to scare off the birds swarming around you. Doesn't work. The lasers are just annoying. The best thing about the Fairmont is the way the staff tries their best to make up for anything that either goes wrong or something you don't like. They really do care about their guests and it shows. The Fairmont Kea Lani just isn't my type of resort. It also feels very isolated. On a positive note, Ko was a really good restaurant and so was AMA grill. I think next time I'm in Maui, I'll be back in Kaanapali. It's a little more lively.
Five Star all the way. Incredibly beautiful hotel all round from the gorgeous lobby to the immaculate gardens and pools. This is an all suite hotel and wow these suites are perfect. So much space, very quiet and we had the best nights sleep we've had in years. The beds and bed linens are out of this world. The beach is stunning with picture perfect views of the neighbouring islands and the sand is like no other I've walked on. So fine and soft. I don't like beaches but we spent every morning on that one. Friendly staff (apart from one not so nice guy at the bar but that happens everywhere) and we were made to feel very special celebrating our 10th Anniversary. Free "shuttle" to anywhere in Wailea by request from bell services. It's actually a top of the range Escalade driven by one of the excellent hotels valet guys. The text service with the hotel was fantastic and works with a non US mobile number. Overall an absolutely wonderful stay and we hope to be able to stay again whenever we visit Maui. As close to paradise as it gets.
This was our first trip to Hawaii and the staff at the Fairmont Kea Lani made us feel welcome and at home. Every little detail was taken care of at this hotel. I would recommend this hotel. It definitely was worth the value.From the time we arrived, late in the evening from a flight from Canada, the staff welcomed us with fresh flower Lei's for the ladies and nut lei's for the men. Bottled water was given to you for your days off the hotel property (included), and towels to take to the beaches (not just Polo beach). They have a courtesy car that will drive you around Wailea. That was nice after our Luau, not having to drive back to the hotel after having a few too many Mai Tai`s. We especially appreciated the concierge team in helping us enjoy the most of our stay in Maui. Even before we arrived, they had already made arrangements for golf tee times, Luau reservations, restaurant reservations, paddle board lessons and of course booking our Cultural Canoe ride. Upon arriving Ron, our concierge thought of everything for us. Extra blankets for our trip up to Haleakala for the sunrise, a cooler for a picnic on the beach on the Road to Hana. Ron even texted us suggestions for places to eat while we were on the road or made arrangements ahead of time for us with some of the restaurants. Thanks for the wonderful view of the sunset at the Humble Market Kitchen and the amazing food there. Ron took the time to get to know us and our preferences and without him, we would not have had such a wonderful experience. But the best was meeting Ralph, who took us out on the hotel's cultural program's Outrigger Canoe (reserve this early). Ralph took us out and we were able to swim with turtles and even showed us an octopus which hung on to him like a little baby. ;-) Best of all Ralph made us feel like family. We especially enjoyed his suggestions for lunch in Kahalui (Tin Roof - try the Mochiko Chicken).As I said earlier, every little detail was taken care of here. Our flight was later in the evening, but we had to check out by noon. It's not a problem here at the Fairmont. You can continue to enjoy the facilities and Polo beach. Before dinner, they provided us a courtesy suite for us to get cleaned up in after spending the afternoon down by the beach and pool before we left on our evening flight. Can't wait to come back. Definitely we'll be staying at the Fairmont Kea Lani again. Definitely got our money`s worth here.
We love it here! Great waterslide for our family, we may have made 100 trips with our 3 year old. The beach, pool and amenities but the always fabulous Fairmont staff make it a great vacation. We had an ant situation in our bathroom from the day we arrived but they handled it very well. We will be back in a few months.
Staff, room, food, view & amenitie 5s were all wonderful. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay. We stayed 4 nights, I wouldn't recommend any less than that & wish we stayed longer. Great beach. Recommend Road to Hamas as long as you are not a timid driver, and you need to be patient, very windy road but worth the time.
Vacations packages include round-trip flights, accommodations, round-trip transfers (unless outlined below) to and from the hotel, and tourist cards (if required, unless outlined below).
If selecting an all-inclusive resort option, the package will also include the all-inclusive features as outlined by each resort.
Items not included:
- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- 5 restaurants
- Fitness centre
- Hair salon
- Tour and activity desk
- Internet access (fee)
- Water sports on Polo Beach
- Wedding services
- Multilingual Concierge service
- Complimentary transportation within Wailea Resort
- Wailea Golf Course nearby
- 1 king-size bed or 2 double beds and double sofa bed
- Spacious lanai with patio set for 4, chaise lounge chairs
- Full bathroom with twin pedestal sinks and lighted make-up mirror
- Refrigerator, microwave oven
- Coffee maker with complimentary Kona coffee
- 2 televisions, 1 in living room and 1 in bedroom
- On command movies and entertainment; VCR, DVD, CD players
- Alarm clock radio
- High-speed Internet access (fee)
- Hair dryer
- Iron/board Safe
- 2-line speaker phone with data-port in the living room and bedroom
For the Kids - Keiki Lani Club, daily kids' program (ages 5 to 13).
Resort Location Map
Fairmont Kea LaniMaui,United States
- Hotel Contacts
- Extra Info
4100 Wailea Alanui Dr, Wailea, Maui, HI 96753-8449
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