Outrigger Aina Nalu

660 Wainee Street, Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii, 96761, United States | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lahaina

Hana Highway

A travel blog entry by v-nessa

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Für die Strasse nach Hana (Hana Highway), bzw. die Rundfahrt um die südliche Hälfte von Maui hatten wir einen Tagesausflug gebucht. Um 07.05h holte uns der Tourbus vor dem Hotel ab. Nach einem kurzen Frühstück Stopp ging es weiter zur Strasse nach Hana.


Diese Strasse nach Hana hat ca. 600 Kurven und 54 einspurige Brücken und führt …

Es war einmal... am Haleakala

A travel blog entry by v-nessa

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"Erinnerst Du Dich an dieses eine Mal in Maui als wir mitten in der Nacht aufgestanden sind und dann stundenlang durch's nirgendwo den Berg hochgefahren sind. Um dann in eisiger Kälte mit geklauten Decken im Rlregen zu stehen und auf einen Sonnenaufgang warteten, der einfach nicht kam. Um dann auf dem Rückweg mit knurrendem Magen über eine Stunde …

Lahaina

A travel blog entry by v-nessa

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Das Hotel offerierte ein kleines Frühstück beim Pool mit Informationen zu den Sehenswürdigkeiten von Maui sowie möglichen Ausflügen.

Danach sind wir runter an die Hauptstrasse von Lahaina, die Front Street, spaziert. Lahaina ist ein verschlafenes Örtchen und irgendwie scheint die Zeit stehen geblieben zu sein. Die Gebäude sind sehr schön …

Ankunft in Maui & Luau

A travel blog entry by v-nessa

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Wir hatten einen frühen Flug mit Delta von Los Angeles nach Maui. Der Flug war okay, aber besonders die letzte halbe Stunde vor der Landung war etwas unruhig.

Am Flughafen in Maui wurden wir von einem Chor und Hula-Tänzern begrüsst. Das Putzpersonal des Hotel Marriott hatte freiwillig ein paar bekannte Weihnachtshits zum Besten gegeben. …

The 44 hour day

A travel blog entry by sioux1961

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Sue, Bree, Alisa, Rae & Chris left Newcastle 3pm for the drive to Sydney Airport where we met up with Ebony who had flown down from Brisbane, everyone was excited that the day had finally arrived after being planned for sooooo long.

We had a very bumpy ride all the way over - kept thinking of poor Alisa who was on a plane for the very …

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This 3 star hotel, located on 660 Wainee Street, Lahaina, is near Ulalena by Maui Theatre, Boss Frog's Dive and Surf - Lahaina, Maui Diving Scuba Center Snorkel Shop, and Ocean Project.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsOutrigger Aina Nalu Lahaina

    Reviewed by v-nessa

    Great place to stay in Lahaina

    Reviewed Dec 19, 2012
    by (4 reviews) , Switzerland Flag of Switzerland

    Clean, big rooms, nice pool area. Within walking distance from Front Street and beach. Great place. I would stay here again.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by sioux1961

    A Great place to stay in Maui

    Reviewed Apr 7, 2011
    by (2 reviews) Newcastle , Australia Flag of Australia

    This hotel / resort is just 2 streets back from Front Street in Lahaina, and so is very close and convenient to all that is on offer there. Facilities were great and the room - we had a 2 bedroom garden room facing the pool area, was very luxurious, with everything we needed - stove - microwave - dishwaher - full sized fridge - laundry and 2 bathrooms.
    Staff were very friendly and helpful and nothing was too much trouble - they even posted my nieces phone home to Australia when she accidentally left it there at no charge!
    Would highly recommend this hotel

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Outrigger Aina Nalu Lahaina

    Great for what you pay for

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    I stayed here in Jan of 2002. My main reason for picking this place was the price and location. When I go on vacation I spend hardly anytime in the room. Although the rooms here were clean there was nothing special about them. The swimming pool was small and in the shade. But we were walking distance to everything. The beach, good resteraunts, shops, and bars. I would totally recommend it for those who don't want to just hang out at the hotel pool and want to actually see Maui!!!

    Oh yeah if you should go you have to take a drive around the whole island. It is so beautiful! I know rental cars are not allowed in some parts of the island but we decided to go anyway. Boy was it worth it!!!

    Talk about seeing the real Hawaii!

    Location, location, location.

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    I stayed here in Feb 2003, and would recommend it to anyone. It was recommended to me by family. Location to downtown Lahainatown is a major plus. The rooms aren't the cleanest rooms in town, however, since all we do is sleep and shower there, it was fine. Rates are affordable. And the atmosphere is wonderful. Not a real pleasant staff, but no complaints. Will stay there again.

    Great Location

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    Great location, rooms and facilities are a litle run down and could use a renovation, but the great location makes you forget all about it. This was a perfect hotel for us since we did not want to pay extra money for a nice hotel that we are not going to spend much time in. Trust me, if you spend the time and money on a vacation to a tropical island, your hotel room is the place where you'll hopefully spend the least amount of time. I would surely stay there again if i went back to Maui!

    Hated it!

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    This was the worst hotel experience I have ever had! Their website completely misrepresents their rooms. I was very surprised because we stayed at another Ohana in Waikiki and thought it was great!We arrived to find twins beds and the power went out 3 times! The staff was clueless and to top everything off-there were mice in our room and droppings in our suitcases!!! Their excuse was that they are located on an island. . . It took forever to get into a room on the 2nd floor. And after all that, they refused to compensate anything for us! I warn all those attempting a stay at this hotel!

    Gem of A Place

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    I struggled trying to find a place on Maui. Everyone has such differing opionions on what they like. I wondered about Lahina, was it noisy, safe, dirty, etc. I loved Lahina. But it depends on what you like. I compare it to Key West, lots of shops, noisy cafes, bars, lively streets, great people watching. Lots of great restaraunts and everything within walking distance for those that overdo on cocktail hour. The Maui Islander is an older property, noisy in some units, but birds to wake to in the morning. I had requested room away from highway(recommendation from Frommer's) and instead got room overlooking parking lot in front. Noisy but able to sleep. I'd try again to request quieter room and ask for lay out of rooms and locations. parking free on streets but you have to look, otherwise parking is $5 day. Room was clean, pool very relaxed and friendly. Not a romantic spot, but Lahina is full of life and beaches are close for a drive. My room rate with Entertainment Guide was $75 for Fri-Sun March 7-9. PS If you shop at Safeway in Lahina, get Safeway Buyers Card, easy application and home address ok. You'll save big $$$ on groceries. They gouge tourists. I'd return to Lahina and Maui Islander in a heart beat. But then I did not like Kihei, too much like So Cal so that might explain my likes/dislikes. Enjoy Maui and have Visa card ready. it is a bit pricey at times.

    Moderate Price- Great Location

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    For a budget accomodation it was good. We didn't have any major complaints except a stained carpet-which the housekeeping cleaned readily. The air system was fans which were sufficient.

    The photos on their web site are misleading - the place is not as modern and nice as they appear.

    There were a variety of visitors: tourists, families, local families. It could have the potential of being noisy because of this. It was in a good walking distance to Lahaina restaurants, night life, and activity areas.

    I would have been disappointed if it was our honeymoon accomodation, but while on a budget it was a good way to go.

    Disgusting

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    this place was terrible . There was dust a inch thick under the bed. will never stay or recommend this place to anyone.

    Reasonable Apartment accomodations

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    We basically got what we expected. This is an Apartment complex in Lahaina. The only difference thing hotel like is that they change the sheets and towels, vacuum the rooms, and there are ice machines.

    This place is terrible.

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    I was dreading it when I pulled up, I knew it was going to be bad when two people were already complaining and one of them just did an early check out.

    Very pleased

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    We were very pleased with the location and ambience of the Maui Islander. Lahaina is a charming and genuinely historic village, which was the residence of the Hawaiian kings, and is far more congenial than the modern and rather sterile resorts at Kaanapali three miles north. There are only three hotels in central Lahaina, and the other two, although historic, are in the center of the tourist traffic and are rather noisy. The Maui Islander is less than 5 minutes walk from the center in a quiet neighborhood. The grounds are densely planted with flowers and palm trees, so that from the swimming pool the two-story buildings are barely visible through the vegetation. There are many birds, and if we left the window open, the dawn chorus of birdsong was impressive. We found the staff friendly and the two activity desks both very helpful.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Outrigger Aina Nalu Lahaina

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent