Paki Maui Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Swimming pool
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Historical Traveler Reviews Paki Maui Resort Lahaina
Best vacation ever
If you want a breathtaking ocean view on a small budget, then this is the place! The room was very clean and we no problems, it was a perfect vacation! Who needs A/C when you can open the windows and a cool ocean breeze fills the room! My wife and I will be returning to the Paki Maui next year.
This was the most awful hotel I stayed at. Don't every stay there if you have to. The travel agent said that it was renovated but when we got there the only thing that looked renovated was the garden. There was no A/C, it was noisy, and we felt unsecure. In the 2 days that we were there (till we moved to a better hotel.) there were 2 police visits due to stolen hotel guest property. We ended up having to stay at another hotel.
Stayed in better
We stayed at Paki Maui in February 2003 for 10 nights. It is a good value and the view is pretty good. The pool set up is o.k. but pretty small and you can't really see the ocean from the bushes planted around the pool.
We stayed at Napili Shores in 2002 and it was a much nicer place and area. More traditional for Hawaii and great restaurants within walking distance of your room. The pool is right on a grassy area overlooking beautiful Napil Bay. Whale watching from this place is EXCELLENT and snorkeling is unbelievable. I will definetely stay somewhere along the Napili Bay when we return!
Million dollar view from a $10 balcony
We stayed at the Paki Maui from 7/14-7/28. We reserved a partial ocean view room that had a fabulous sweeping view of the ocean and across the channel to Molokai. Unfortunately the condo was run down. There had been an extensive water leak under the kitchen sink that was "fixed" but the dry rot and mold was still there, along with a gaping hole through the bottom of the cabinet and a very musty, moldy odor that permeated the entire kitchen. There were other several maintenance & housekeeping issues, but not as serious at the water leak. The clothes washer and dishwasher were marginally functional. After bringing these issues to the attention of the management, we learned that each condo is privately owned and it is the owner's responsibility to maintain it, therefore each condo is unique. A brief look at other units indicated that they were better maintained and more tastefully decorated. If you stay at the Paki Maui, get assurance that you stay in one of the nicer units.
My wife hated the place from the time we opened the door to the dingy 1 br 1 ba condo. It was run down and poorly maintained. My wife says we will never go return there. Next time we'll stay at a hotel. On the plus side, the staff was friendly and helpful. The rooms have no AC, but if u let the constant breeze blow through the rooms it is bearable.
There is no beach to speak of. If you want to swim you need to go to drive somewhere else. Parking is not a problem. In one sentence, I was disappointed with the accommodations.
Over the years we have checked many locations in Maui for the best accommodations in terms of price and quality. Paki Maui has consistently stood out as a great value! With rooms right along the oceanfront and views of Molokai and Lanai, fresh ocean breezes and a tropical inner courtyard, Paki Maui is a quiet and peaceful retreat.
Clean and tastefully decorated, and recently renovated, there is a great selection of rooms with kitchenettes and more than one bedroom for up to four guests. We are taking our entire wedding party there this year! A dependable place to return to, year after year... our family favorite!
The Best Vacation every, We LOVED our oceanfront room...We had the 2 bedroom 2 bath, It was absolutely beautiful...The staff was very pleasant and Helpful.. Planning my next trip and staying here again. 5 Stars*****
Pretty cool place!
Great location...we had the oceanfront room...it was absolutely heavenly. Very helpful staff. Nice rooms and decor. Good kitchenette. In house service to help activities planning. The only negative was the carpet which was a little worn down. This place is awesome!
This was our third time to the Paki Maui. Although the room we were just in could use a little work it was still very very nice the best part is the lanai, we go in March and the whale watching was the best from our lanai. The property is very nice and the beach(small area) lawn was a great place to relax and swim. If you like something a little on the more private side(not touristy) Then is a great place. Close to all the touristy stuff and a great fish market across the street to get your supper. They even give you all the spices you need. We did have to buy some pans cause the ones they had were no good, but we went to the salvation army for that $3 for 2 good no stick pans. Anyway we will be back next year:) Oh and the rooms are very clean. good maid service too.
So happy with this condo!
I spent months online looking for just the right place to stay for my family of 5. I was so nervous about choosing online....in the end you are just choosing from a picture. We were so delighted and thrilled with our condo. It had SPECTACULAR views, truly ocean front, nice and quiet, huge balconies, etc. The staff were great...limitless supplies of fresh towels,etc. The condo had absolutely everything in the world we needed, even down to laundry detergent and curling iron! The little supermarket down the street was handy for stocking the frig. Our only complaint was the carpet could be replaced, it was quite worn. But all in all, what a great value and we will certainly be back!
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... a few younger folk to disrobe down to their underwear and go swimming. A short video is posted here. (And no, this is not why I said that the trip beyond Hana is why we rated it highly!) Several miles down the winding road, we then re-entered the Haleakala National Park, the coastal section this time. A very nice stop where we grabbed a few more photos and did about a mile of hiking.
Soon we were entering the primitive zone of the road where it started ...
... in massage chairs, eating the last of our fruit, talking on the phone, doing jigsaw puzzles on the iPad, blogging and napping while we waited for our next flight. Got a great call from Pam and Bill singing "aloha oi, until we meet again!" Excellent end to our adventure before making our way safely home to San Diego. Aloha and Mahalo (thanks) for joining us on our Hawaii 2014 ...
... We pack up water bottles and snacks, snorkeling equipment and cameras, put on a boatload of sunscreen and hop in the car. We are heading for Honolua Bay which, according to our book, has excellent snorkeling. Honolua Bay and Slaughterhouse Beach are right next to each other separated by narrow Kalaepiha Point. Together these two areas make up the "Honolua-Mokule'ia Bay Marine Life Conservation District" and we're hopeful that the water will be clear.
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... club it was actually pretty fun we made a surf board then i made a baseball player then a baseball then we were going to go play mini golf when came o go there were papa and grandma ready to go so then it turns out grandma got a text that the luau was canceled!!!!!!! so it was raining were all dressed up for nothing! guess were we ate cool cat (again) i had the don ho (again)then we came back and rain so the all day rain ready to go to Kona tomorrow ...
... melt fast here... You have to eat fast. We then took an impromptu drive to Wailea. OMG! Now I know how the other half lives. Properties gated and manicured to perfection, but Carissa had done her reading and knew of a beach walk access open to the public. So we were going to take a stroll down the beach but as soon as Macyn saw ocean, she went in it. For a girl who was terrified of the ocean on day one, she sure knows no fear now. Also worth noting, she went full tilt into ...