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Maui hotels

The first hotels in Maui popped up in Kaanapali, a stunning stretch of sugar sand outside the island's first town, Lahaina—and the big chain hotels still line up along that famous west-coast beach, including the Westin and the mid-century Sheraton. A bit further north, you'll find new condos and family favorites like the Napili Kai Resort, followed by the tony development of Kapalua (where the Ritz-Carlton is located and the the Mercedes Benz Golf Classic is held each December).

South Maui is a newer and more popular resort area, crowned by the Beverly Hills of Maui, Wailea, where the Fairmont Kea Lani, Four Seasons Maui, and recently renovated Marriott Wailea hotels all share the same stretch of sandy beach. Just north of Wailea is Kihei, the condo capital of Maui and home to more budget-friendly lodging options. But some of the best hotels on the island are a bit far-flung. Consider the Inn at Mama's Fish House near the hippie/surfer town of Paia, or the luxury Hotel Hana-Maui, the jewel that awaits you at the end of the lovely yet grueling Hana Highway drive.

If you're looking to save money on Maui hotels, consider giving up the premium for an ocean-view room. A garden-view room will usually cost much less but be no further from the beach. If your heart is set on that Pacific view, find out if staying on the ground floor will save you some dough—higher floors cost more and have more expansive vistas, but the ability to step from your room to the beach surely compensates.

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Waldorf Astoria Grand Wailea Resort & Spa, Wailea

This Wailea resort lives up to its "Grand" name with 40 acres of beachfront property, eight bars and restaurants, a 50,000-square-foot spa (the largest in...more

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Wailea Beach Marriott Resort & Spa, Wailea

Located on the same stretch of sugar-sand Wailea beachfront as the Four Seasons and the Grand Wailea, the Marriott may be the best deal on the island. Thanks to...more

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Travaasa Hotel Hana, Hana

The most Hawaiian town on Maui (both in terms of population of Native Hawaiians and a rural way of life that modern Hawaii abandoned 50 years ago), Hana has...more

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Royal Lahaina Resort, Kaanapali

The Royal Lahaina was one of the first hotels to open on Maui in the 1960s, and it occupies a still-isolated two-mile stretch of world-famous Kaanapali Beach (a...more

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Ritz-Carlton Maui, Kapalua, Kapalua

This 570-room resort reopened in December 2007 after a much-needed Hawaiian make-under. The $180 million renovation added a spa, refreshed the public spaces,...more

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Pure Maui

Pure Maui dials you into your destination by prescreening rental villas and your needs and desires, lining up a staff to match. The agency's 25-plus standout...more

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Paia Inn, Paia

The modern incarnation of the Paia Inn opened in 2008 in the cutest former plantation town in all of Hawaii. It's a welcome addition to Maui's hip north...more

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Napili Kai Beach Resort, Lahaina

Napili Kai's quarter-mile white-sand crescent is arguably the prettiest beach on the island, but some might be put off by the resort's well-preserved '70s...more

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Kapalua Gold Villas, Kapalua

Guests at the Gold Villas at Kapalua have access to the same Kapalua community amenities as those staying at the nearby Ritz-Carlton: famous golf courses (where...more

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Inn at Mama's Fish House, Paia

Everyone has heard about Mama's Fish House restaurant in funky Paia. So it was just a matter of time before the ten idyllic cottages nestled in a coconut grove...more

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