Maui Coast Hotel
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If you take the excursion Road to Hana, be sure to use a reputable bus touring service. Do not try to drive the route yourself in a rented car and do not leave later than mid morning. The entire road from start to finish is about 8 to 9 hours...but well worth it. It's a rather treacherous road in the mountain edge with awsome sites and plenty of places to stop for breaks, take pics and play in the water falls. You will find yourself looking down on the clouds ...yeah...it's pretty up there. You will see rainforests, , red sand and black sand (from the volcano eruptions. We view the inside of a dormant volcano. A whole lot of other wonderful sites. While in Maui, we did the a 40 minute helicopter ride over mountains. The parasailing over the ocean was great. Also should be done by reputable tour company. The Hotel was absolutely beautiful with beautiful lobby.
I have mixed feelings about this hotel. It's not "bad", but it's also not very good. It's certainly not the "Maui experience" I was looking for.The now common problem of the resort fee shows up here again. This is not my idea of a resort. There are no decent views, the business center is a standup computer in the lobby, The "grounds" are essentially are a parking lot, the lobby, and the pool area, nothing is particularly "fancy", the service is only ok, and the rooms are certainly nothing special..... The best thing I can say about the hotel is the gym and pool facilities are both very nice. But they treat their guests like children and close both facilities at 10 PM. Not only that but they strictly enforce it and aggressively kick people out at 10 o'clock on the dot. I know it's only occasional that hotels will keep pools open 24 hours, but a lot of the best genuine resorts do, especially the ones geared towards adults. As to the fitness center, well, that is just inexcusable to not leave open 24 hours. The vast majority of properties we stay out keep their fitness centers open 24/7, provided they're not attached to a spa or some such. Each of the four nights we were there we watched the beautiful Maui sunset (as you should too!) So at 7:30 each night when that was done my wife and I had to make the decision whether we would enjoy dinner without rushing, or enjoy our pool and gym facilities. It was beyond frustrating that we couldn't do both. You shouldn't have to sacrifice dining or sightseeing in the destination you are in to take advantage of the pool and gym facilities of your hotel, especially when they charge you extra for them!!The parking lot is exceptionally dangerous because there is not nearly adequate space for the cars to fit without hitting a door, a car, or a person. We had a midsize car, not even something particularly big, and we perpetually had a near impossible time of not hitting someone else's vehicle, and in one case not hitting a person.The rooms are nice enough, and I liked having a refrigerator and microwave, and everything except the cramped bathroom is relatively spacious. But the pillows were hard, and the AC not very good (a 1° change brings the room from a hot to cold with no pleasant middle ground).Finally, don't expect to be able to plug anything into your TV. It's over a decade old, and apparently no room in the entire facility has a newer television. Also, don't expect to be able to borrow a DVD player when you are frustrated about the tv ports & TV content, because they don't offer those either. (Not even for a fee). When we arrived the first thing we wanted to do, since it was 10 PM in the pool and gym were closed, was to enjoy television. Their selection of channels is not very good, so we were going to plug-in our camera to scroll through photos we had taken, or plug in our Roku for content, which is when we encountered an old fashion TV impossible to do so on. When I requested to switch rooms I was told no room in the building had a newer TV then this 10-year-old one. So we felt a little bit like a prisoner that first night, being up and wanting to do something at her hotel, and not being able to go to the gym, not being able to go to the pool, not having an attached beach to go to, not having much property to stroll around, and definitely not having anything on TV to watch. Even the most moderate of hotels and motels I've been to lately will have either a DVD player for rent, or HDMI ports in their TVs (or a decent selection of premium cable stations).So, again, it's not bad… But it certainly not the "resort experience" you expect… And certainly not one you expect to pay a "resort surcharge" for!!
Very good hotel. The room is big and clean. The bathroom is big and hight quality product. So nice. Every day we have coffee in the room and 2 water bottle. Good idea The pool is nice Service smile and good.
Plenty to do by walking just a few blocks. Deeper discounts for locals would be helpful. Beds and room size were quite good. The small parking lanes need to be widened at least 8" as ManyCars had dents from adjacent cars. Maybe they need a 2 story Parking garage.
My husband and I spent our last 2 nights in Maui at Maui Coast Hotel. The room was clean and the bed was very comfortable. The staff was very friendly and welcoming. The hotel is walking distance to the beach, shops, and restaurants. The only downside was that the bathroom is small and they charge a $25 daily fee to use various amenities such as pool towels, the fitness center, etc. The $25 daily fee was not listed online when we booked the room, so it was disappointing to have to pay more to enjoy our stay.
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
- 265 rooms in one 7-storey building
- 2 restaurants
- Kids pool
- Fitness centre
- Golf nearby (fee)
- Gift shop
- Tour desk
- Valet laundry (fee)
- Coin laundry (fee)
- Room service
- WiFi internet
- Free parking
Alcove Suite with 2 double or 1 king, plus sofa bed & jet tub (Total occ: 4 )
1-Bdrm with 1 king, plus sofa bed & jet tub (Total occ: 4)
All rooms include:
- Ceiling fan
- TV with pay-per-view
- Alarm clock
- Hair dryer
- Mini-bar (fee) (Alcove Suites & 1-Bdrms only)
- In-room safe
- Coffee/tea maker
Resort Location Map
Maui Coast HotelMaui,United States
- Hotel Contacts
- Extra Info
2259 South Kihei Road Across the Street From Kamaole Beach I, Kihei, Maui, HI 96753-6289
Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only and limited visits may apply. Reservations required and dress code in effect for a la carte restaurants. Time restrictions may apply for water sports.
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