Wailea Beach Villas

Address: 3800 Wailea Alanui, Wailea, Maui, Hawaii, 96753, United States | 4 star lodge
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This 4 star lodge, located on 3800 Wailea Alanui, Wailea, is near Wailea Beach, Spa Grande, Little Beach, and The Spa at Four Seasons Resort Maui.
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      Last Day at Wailea before heading northwest

      A travel blog entry by tonshow on Oct 12, 2014

      3 comments, 10 photos

      ... rum in it but he must have drank it all because it just had coconut milk in it. We grabbed some glow sticks from a local drug store in case we make it to the Commando trail and then headed back to get ready for dinner. We ate at Wolfgang Pucks "Spago" this evening and after the bill came I started wishing that taco bus had been a lot closer. But they celebrated our Anniversary with a cheesecake and special writing, and the ...

      "Fire Dancers"

      A travel blog entry by bcomeault on Jul 07, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      It is Carissa's turn to write this entry, however after getting home from the Luau last night, we were pretty bagged and hit the sack. I'll throw in my two cents and let Carissa fill in the details later. My job is to upload the photos to the iPad. This seems like a good quiet activity for me to do at 6:00am while everyone is still sleeping. So here goes! More to follow. - Brian ----- I don't know that I'm any ...

      The Hawaiian Creation Story

      A travel blog entry by grahamcooke on Jan 23, 2014

      38 photos

      ... Australia (where it was also introduced), drove out native birds – further reducing the diversity of the avian wildlife.

      Most of the native trees were cut down when the Hawaiian population discovered that money could be made. Vast sandalwood forest disappeared. They were replaced with imported trees from India and Australia. It felt strange to walk around a place so isolated and see so many familiar trees.

      The white man, ...

      Pricey paradise

      A travel blog entry by margrc on Jan 12, 2014

      ... wave.
      Taking the catamaran from Makena Beach over to Molokini was super. We saw tons of fish, whales, dolphins and turtles.
      Don't miss Pita Paradise, in a strip mall, but fab food.
      The pizza joint up the hill from the Shops at Wailea is great!
      But... bring your credit card. Maui is no bargain. Even eating in will set you back, and the accommodation is high quality and high price.
      Enjoyed it very ...

      Another Day in Paradise

      A travel blog entry by ostrowski on Aug 13, 2013

      10 photos

      ... were a few swimmers but there were many more surfers trying to catch the waves.

      We prepared a picnic lunch and joined many others who were enjoying the sights and sounds at the beach. We hated to leave .

      The flight to Maui was short. We were in the air for less than half an hour. After renting a car we traveled approximately 30 miles from Kahului to Ka'anapali on the west side of the island. We made a stop at ...