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Historical Traveler Reviews Royal Kahana Lahaina
Great place to stay and reasonable price
We stayed at the Royal Kahana for 12 days in a one bedroom, ocean front room. It was so spacious and we had all the ammenties that we needed, kitchen, kitchenware, full refrigerator, t.v, balcony, washer and dryer. We didn't mind being away from all the shops b/c it was less touristy where we stayed. We rented a car and drove all over the island. I would highly recommend staying here. The beach isn't that great, but if you have a car, all the beaches are a 5 minute drive away. We had great views of the sunset and the other islands. I'm so glad we stayed here.
We booked two 1bdr rooms at the Royal Kahana in March, 2003. Upon arrival, the lobby was clean, but remarkably unimpressive. We were very pleased, however, to have been assigned 11th and 12th floor rooms with great views of the ocean, as one of our chief reasons for choosing this location for a vacation was to watch the humpback whales breaching. The rooms were clean, fairly nicely furnished, had a well-equipped kitchen and contained a washer/dryer combo which proved very convenient. The pool was small. but generally sparsely used by other guests. Two grocery stores were located within a five or ten minute drive. The outdoor barbeque grills were kept immaculately clean, and eating outdoors at the nearby picnic tables was a true pleasure for midwesterners--no bugs!!!! The staff was very courteous and helpful. On our last day our flight left at 11:00p.m. and we were happy that the Hotel allowed us to keep our room until 10:00 that evening for a nominal $60.00 charge. This very late checkout effectively gave us an extra day for activities because we did not have to worry about the normal check-out time. The property had no restaurant, but there were a few restaurants located at a small shopping center about 200 ft. from the property, including Outback Steakhouse and McDonalds. All in all, this was a great sub-luxury resort.
Great place to stay on a budget!
The Royal Kahana was better than we expected! We stayed in a studio ocean view unit for 10 days, which included a small kitchette. The ocean view was a bit limited but was still nice. The staff was courteous & friendly. Hotel is very family friendly with an activities desk on premises (made it easy to book various island activities).
Hotel is located nearby to Lahaina/Kaanapali. Our stay was pleasant and the accomodations were nice & clean. We had a great experience and would recommend this hotel to any family traveling on a budget to Maui.
Not the greatest
If you are looking for a place to just crash close to Lahaina and Kaanapali, then this will do. But, if you want to be closer to more things to do (resturaunts, bars, etc.) and a nicer hotel, then stay somewhere in Kaanapali. We ended up driving to the resort hotels in Kaanapali and hanging out there most of the time. The Royal Kahana doesn't have a resturaunt or bar onsite and the original room (studio) we were put into was horrible. They moved us to a 1 bedroom, which turned out to be a lot nicer for a reasonable price. I would not recommend staying here unless you are on a tight budget and are just looking for a place to crash. If you want a condo type hotel you probably could find something better.
Loved it !
We stayed there for 5 nights during the first week of January, '03. The room and the kitchennette were very clean and well maintained. The kitchen came with some condiments such as salt/pepper/ coffee/sugar etc. There were more than enough pots/pans/cups/bowls/plates etc. They even had laundry detergent for the washer/dryer. We spent many evening having dinner on the balcony watching the sun set. The only drawback was the sliding doors of the balcony didnt keep the sound of the wind outside the room. Highly recommend this place, otherwise.
Convenient and gorgeous
We went to the Marc Royal Kahana for our honeymoon (June 2001) and everything was lovely. The rooms are large - ours had a kitchenette and washer/dryer (there's always laundry, even in Maui) - the view was great, and it was only a short bus/taxi/car ride from shopping in Lahaina. Definitely nice being away from all the crowds closer to Lahaina - all activity around our hotel stopped by about 8:30 p.m.
Everything you need
Stayed at the RKR for 9 days on my Honeymoon in March. Slightly cloudy and rainy during the stay. Lots of Whales can be seen from the Hotel. Friendly and efficient staff. The rooms are spacious and have all the amenities you need like a Washer and Dryer, which came in real handly. I liked the personal touches that it had, like a guestbook and books to read. We had a couple of technical difficulties like the sliding door stuck, and the microwave kept shutting itself off. But, the view is to die for which made up for that. Good activities desk, lots of parking, decent beach, nicely kept grounds. Will definately go back and bring the kids.
Great for on budget/family vacation
My family of four stayed at Royal Kahana in Feb. 2003. I made several room request before arrival and they accommodated all my needs. The one bedroom condo was very nice. It had a full kitchen which was very nice for cooking breakfast and some of our dinners. The staff was very friendly. The ocean view was beautiful. I would stay there again. The location was convenient, 10 min drive to Lahaina.
We stayed at the Royal Kahona in October. The day we arrived Maui was under a flood warning. Most of the tours had been cancelled for two days prior to our arrival so we didn't do any of the tours. We loved this hotel. The room had a washer/dryer, and kitchen. We did make a few small meals and sat on the balcony and had meals. The beach area was very nice, not at all crowded. We drove the road to Hana and enjoyed the whalers village area. Just wish we would have had better weather.
Nice, clean, friendly - would stay again
My entire family (ten of us) went to Maui and spent Thanksgiving last year (2001). We had two two-bedroom condos oceanfront. It was a great place. The rooms were large and spacious. Two bedrooms, 2.5 baths and a sofa sleeper provided more than enough room for the family. The balcony was a wraparound balcony and provided awesome views.
TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Kahana Lahaina
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... boat and in front of the pier that was in the storm in Jurassic Park and the Marriott that bought out the hotel after Hurricane Iniki and washed out the first three stories of the hotel, Andrew took a photo of it too. We were back in our room by 2.45 pm and ready for our next excursion. We just hung out on our deck and had a cold drink then got ready for 4.30 pm in the Hollywood Theatre which is our bus timing to the Lu'au. There is over 800 people going and they ...
... up our day.
Tomorrow we are planning to snorkel at some other beaches and we might make a serious attempt to find the converter we need to move photos from our cameras to our IPads so you will be able to enjoy our photos.
Between the walk this morning and the snorkeling all afternoon we are beat. A 9:30 bedtime doesn't seem too early at all.
I hope you are enjoying reading about our trip and will come back tomorrow to see what we have been ...
... if I had only checked my phone messages I would have heard that because of weather it had been canceled. Here we were all dressed up and no place to go, so back to Lahaina and the third burger of the trip at COOL CAT. Guess who is keen on having burgers? Gas up the car, pack the bags and tomorrow we fly ( for thirty minutes) to Kona on the big island.
rain done..................just kidding ok today was rain we woke ...
... jail time. I'd put money on an angry Mel against man or beast. Following that, the two Brians and I went on a grocery run and popped into the Tiki Hut on South Kihei Road for a couple of drinks. It's one notch above a dive bar but its drinks are wet. We inadvertently ordered super girly Mai Tais. Lots of fruit and umbrellas. All of us then drove to Lahaina and checked out the famous banyon tree and some of the ...
... Duke Kahanamoku Statue, and find our hotel in Prince Edward Street, one of the minor streets two blocks back from the waterfront. As we expected, the Waikiki Prince Hotel (A$109) is a basic multi-storey older block, with a one-room office, and no public area. We just make the 8pm closing time for the office, and the woman receptionist is friendly and is expecting us. Gives us the drum, and we proceed with our electronic key to the street-front elevator. Take a couple ...