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... New Zealand, Tahiti, and Samoa, and of course dessert. There was entertainment with each course, hula, war dances, etc. We were concerned about the Samoan fire dancer as we had been watching him practice before the Luau and he was quite clumsy, hurling his fire sticks into the dinner tables on occasion. When the actual performance was on, he only dropped his fire once!
Another fantastic day in ...
... struck us travelling around SF and also parts of Oahu was the homelessness. Everywhere you looked in city areas there were poor unfortunates, lying on street corners or pushing all their worldly possessions around in a shopping trolley. I’m not sure what it says about America’s social welfare system, but you certainly don’t expect to come away from a Western country- possibly the most Westernised of countries, complaining about the ...
... planted cane around their taro patches and chewed the sweet stalk, but did not make sugar. The Hawaiian sugar industry dates itself to 1835 when the first successful sugar plantation was established on the island of Kauai. Sugar plantations would eventually pop up throughout the islands, including, over the years, more than 30 of various sizes on Maui. Over time, consolidations and closures gradually reduced the number ...
... out again, thank god for valet parking (and GPS). Next stop was Lahinia at Atomic Tattoo and then Helen and I met up for dinner at Fleetwood's on Front Street. Who would have guessed that he has opened a magnificent restaurant with harbour and sunset views with great food and atmosphere. A short drive back to our room for a nightcap! What a magnificent last day in Maui. Election, what election, who cares. As long as Peter Beattie doesn't get a ...
... had to stifle my laughs constantly because the people next to me were sleeping).
Sitting next to good people on an airplane is the key to an awesome flight. I sat next to an (almost) 11 year old and his 21 year old brother. It was fun because I'm also 10 years older than my youngest brother, so it was really easy not only to relate but also to have a good time!
After I landed I had to wait for the people I'm here with because they were on a separate flight so I got the ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Ho'oilo House Lahaina
We recently had a 2 night stay at the lovely Ho'oilo House in Lahaina for our honeymoon. After a hectic week of family entertaining during our Maui wedding, it was a treat to come to this special place for some much needed rest and relaxation. Once you walk through the imported Balinise doors and see the sweeping Pacific views your know you're in a special place. The rooms were nicely fitted with beautiful bathroom fixtures, the softest sheets, great ac, a private lanai and an incredible(!) outdoor shower. Everything was nicelyappointed thoughtout; the rooms were even outfitted with volume controls to bring the soothing music into your room when you wanted it. We also loved the proximity to Lahina, and the ability to be removed for the hectic pace of the town when you wanted to be. After staying at 5 different places on the island, this one was a definite favorite. Thanks to our hosts for making our stay a memorable one! Mahalo!
my husband and i went on our honeymoon beginning in late may. we stayed for 5 nights at hoo'ilo house and it was absolutely wonderful.
My husband and I visited Ho'oilo House for six nights in May. We stayed in Honu the entire time and loved every second of it. The house is beautiful and it is such a pleasure coming back to it every night after a long day exploring the island. It really feels like you are coming home. Dan and Amy were great hosts and were very helpful in terms of recommending things to do during our stay. The room was amazing. The outdoor shower was a vacation in and of itself. I really can't do justice how relaxing it is to take a shower under the stars with the cool island breeze rustling the palm trees overhead. Everything about our stay was perfect and I can not wait to go back. If you are considering staying in a hotel, please consider giving Ho'oilo House a chance instead. You will not be disappointed. It is an easy 10 minute drive to Lahaina, and if you are like us, you will appreciate not feeling like one of a thousand other tourists flocking from tourist trap to tourist trap along one of the many Hotel Rows on the island.
Loved the Kohola Room
I originally won a 3 nights stay at the Ho'oilo House on eBay and I wasn't sure what this place was going to be like from just the pictures, but once we arrived I couldn't believe my eyes. The magnificent elevated location and view was out of this world. We had the Kohola Room which is the room that overlooks the ocean view and faces Lana'i. From the outside shower you have an open view of the Pacific Ocean. Dan & Amy (the house host and hostess) are fantastic people and Dan even took time out to play golf with me. My wife and I can't wait to revisit this paradise in Hawaii.
It is difficult to articulate just how divine our stay at Ho'oilo House (HH) was. But we'll try.
My boyfriend and I just got back from spending six nights (March 19-24) at Ho'oilo House (HH) and we were extremely pleased with everything.
We loved everything about it
We booked this awesome B&B for our belated honeymoon b/c we weren't happy with the hotel reviews of some of the other supposed "luxury" properties on the island. We wanted a secluded, elegant and restful place to relax and unwind and this was it! Breakfast was always on time and perfect- the hosts were nothing but fantastic and the property, rooms, views and spa treatments were just exactly as described. I loved the outdoor shower! This was our first trip to Maui and after having stayed at Ho'oilo House- I don't think we could stay anywhere else on the island. After each day of exploring and visiting other resorts we always talked about how lucky we were to be returning to Ho'oilo House. I just hope as their popularity grows that we'll be able to book it in the future!
Perfection in paradise
This was such a breathtaking place with hosts that will knock your socks off as far as how well they take care of you. My husband and I recently had the perfect anniversary getaway at Ho'oilo House. I took more pictures of the grounds and rooms than I did of anything else on Maui. Extremely romantic, absolutely stunning house with five beautiful rooms to choose from. Every room has a unique and gorgeous bathroom with indoor bathtub and outdoor (but totally private) shower and very relaxing lanai. The views are stunning. Breakfast is healthy and delicious. Worth every penny for what you get. They have recently been recognized by USA Today and Fodors and it is very well deserved praise. We are already planning another visit next year - our new favorite place to stay!
Fantastic Bed and Breakfast
We had the very good fortune to stay here at the end of a 3 week trip to Maui-and its a good thing it was at the end, cuz it would have been a hard act to follow! Everything was just right-a lovely room, great outdoor shower, wonderful view, charming hosts and sweet patio. The breakfast was basic but quite ample and fresh. We will certainly come back-it was expensive but worth it! Great snorkling at mile marker 14, very near by. The only downside is being hostage to traveling into Lahaina for lunch and dinner, a traffic clogged nightmare at certain hours of the day. The day we flew home, USA today had a review of places to stay on Maui, and give Ho'oilo House a great review-which we concurred heartily with!