Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa

Address: 2605 Kaanapali Pkwy, Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii, 96761, United States | 4 star resort
 
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This 4 star resort, located on 2605 Kaanapali Pkwy, Lahaina, is near Skyline Eco-Adventures, Whale Center of the Pacific, Whalers Village Museum, and Whaler's Village.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsSheraton Maui Resort & Spa Lahaina

          Reviewed by andresandjax

          AMAZING VIEW

          Reviewed Jun 25, 2015
          by (1 review) Miami , United States Flag of United States

          Wonderful hotel! We had an amazing view from our balcony which made it so hard to leave!

          Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa
          Maui, United States
          Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa
          Maui, United States

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          Historical Traveler Reviews Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa Lahaina

          GREAT place - worth the money!

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          We were visiting The Sheraton for our honeymoon and it was absolutely wonderful. The pool, grounds and hotel services were beyond our expectations and the property was very well maintained. Great pool side bars/restaurants and great nightly music while watching the beautiful view of the sunset. Convenient location with walking distance to Luau's and Whaler's Village for food, drinks, shopping. Beautiful beach! Well worth the money...we'd go back anytime!

          Beautiful resort, but...

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          The Sheraton is a fantastic resort in the PERFECT location, but...our reservation confirmation was for a King sized bed for our anniversary vacation. When we got to our room, there were two double beds. We asked twice at the front desk, but were never given a room with a King sized bed. A big disappointment for us, considering the price of our stay, but the only disappointment. Snorkeling at Black Rock just steps away from our room was unforgettable.

          Nice hotel, great beach

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          My 13 year old and I stayed here for 4 nights the last week of March 2003. We were given a free upgrade to a partial ocean view, from the garden view room we had booked, without asking and I think it was because I was a Starwood Prefered Guest. The hotel has a peaceful, relaxed tropical atmosphere. All the staff were very helpful. Our room, though not large, was plenty big for the two of us and was always clean and didn't look worn at all. The bathrooms were nice; marble sinks, hair dryers and a detachable hand held shower spray that was quite useful for getting sand out of bathing suits, etc. Toiletries were replenished daily. The pool and the beach are great but if you want a lounge chair by the pool you better get there earlyish (9:30AM). The beach right there at Black Rock is great for snorkeling; very protected and full of fish, coral, sea urchins, etc. Just don't rent snorkel equipment from the hotel hut down by the beach unless you want to pay an arm and a leg. We paid $10 per hour or $30 per day for two of us. In Lahaina you can rent snorkeling equipment for $5 per week! Had a good but expensive lunch by the pool one day. $30 for four cokes (had to get seconds because they were so small), a tuna sandwich and a grilled chicken sandwich that each came with a pickle but no chips or fries. My only complaint with this hotel was the price of things, including my room. We went on line at the business center for 3 1/2 minutes and it was $8. We stayed at the Marriott Outrigger at Wailea for 3 nights after we left here and had a bigger, nicer room that cost less than this one. I liked the Sheraton and the location and the only reason I don't give it an excellent rating is the price. I know Maui is expensive but we had better for less on the island.

          Best resort on Kaanapali beach!

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          Just completed our second vacation at the Sheraton Maui. What a beautiful resort! The Sheraton feels more "Hawaiian" than the surrounding mega resorts on Kaanapali Beach. With a premier beach location, fantastic service and great food, the resort is a good choice for a vacation in Maui. We love it and can't wait to return. Join the Starwood Perferred Guest program and get 35% off room and dining during your stay.

          Nearly perfect!

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          My stay at the Sheraton was almost perfect. The location is excellent, the service impeccable, the pool beautiful, the beach the best on the island. I woud highly recommend this hotel for anyone from children to seniors. My only mild complaint would be the exorbitant food prices -- but then again, it's like that all over Maui.

          Sheraton Maui a nice choice

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          The Sheraton Maui is a very nice resort: Great location at the north end of Kaanapali beach, modern attractive facilities and beautifully kept grounds. My wife and I stayed there from 2/27-3/3/03. The buildings are open and airy and spread out nicely to keep things quiet with a feeling of privacy. The layout can be a bit confusing, with the third floor of one building being connected to the first floor of another for example (all with similar Hawaiian names no less), but a little attention will get you around easily enough. Our Hotwire room was of course the entry level 'Garden View' room on the first floor of 'Hale O Ke Anuenue' (Building 3) . Upon arrival, no choice was given for upgrades, but the Hotwire price was 50% of advertised garden view rates so we couldn't complain. The room itself was quite large and nicely appointed. Our only gripe with the room was a constant dampness (likely from being the shady side of the bottom floor); although no mold or mustyness was evident, bathing suits took a day to dry in the bathroom and sheets felt damp at times.The beach here is beautiful, truly one of the best in the world. And with the Sheraton built against and on the Black Rock that effectively ends the beach, there is very little non-Sheraton traffic on the beach. As a bonus, the Black Rock itself is a great place to snorkel with sea turtles, moray eels and everything in between. The underwater flora and fauna is as nice as anything you'll see on the expensive Molokini snorkel tours.The restaurants, particularly the newer Teppanyaki Dan, offered tasty fare at Maui resort prices ($20 breakfast, $30-50+ dinner). Overall we were very happy with the Sheraton Maui. If only Maui could offer some such resorts as all-inclusives, as little things like the $12.50/day 'resort fees' can be annoying.

          We were treated like royalty!

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          My husband and I honeymooned in Maui, Hawaii (June 1 - 7, 2002) and stayed at the Sheraton Maui. It was awesome! It was without a doubt the nicest hotel we have ever stayed at. It's a bit pricey, but it's worth it (you get what you pay for!)We were impressed from the moment we drove our rental car up to the entrance. The staff was very accommodating and bent over backwards for anything we asked for. The concierge helped us book many excursions and we were pleased with them all. The hotel is spread out over 22 acres. Our room was on the opposite side of the grounds from the entrance. The parking lot was even further away. We paid the extra $5 a day to valet park, and it was worth it. We didn't have to worry about the car at all. We took it out at least once every day to go to Lahaina, etc. The hotel's daily $12 "resort fee" was rather exorbitant, we thought. Especially on top of the over $400 per night cost of our ocean view room. The view was breath taking, the bed comfortable, and the room nicely furnished. The grounds are beautifully landscaped and the pool is gorgeous. The poolside restaurants were very good and our drink of choice was their pineapple special (kind of like a pina colada but served in a carved out pineapple). We hope to get back to Hawaii on an anniversary (maybe 5 years?) and will definitely stay at the Sheraton Maui, assuming funds allow. It is a great place for luxury and relaxation. No question about it. It is expensive but well worth it.

          Loved it!

          from

          We loved our stay at the Sheraton!!! Great rooms, great views!

          Our Honeymoon!!!

          from

          Had a fantastic time rooms were massive and gorgeous. The people working there could not have been more friendly and were always courteous and polite. the hotel was in keeping with the landscape and the gardens were kept immaculately. It was spotless with maid service everyday.the area was beautiful and there was loads of info available from hotel representatives. The excusions from this hotel were fantastic and we went on quite a few!!!!

          this has been my favourite holiday in my 33 years travel. Hawaii was everything I imagined no disappointments whatsoever. I thoroughly recommend this hotel.

          Sheraton Maui Thumbs Up

          from

          Great hotel, beautiful grounds, great location! Room was bigger/nicer than expected. Because of the hotel lay-out, almost all rooms have a view of the ocean as did our "garden view" room. Room has a mini-refrigerator which saved us having 2 young children. Took a short drive to Safeway and bought milk, water, cereal, fruit, snacks, etc., so that we didn't have to go out for breakfast everyday. Restaurants are pricey (they all are in the hotels) but they had a kids eat free deal with every adult entree. Had an excellent dinner at the Keka'a restaurant in the hotel. Great snorkeling in front of the hotel by the black rocks. Noticed people from other hotels all walking towards this area. Had the opportunity to spend the day with friends staying at the Grand Wailea hotel. For comparison sake, their room wasn't that much nicer than ours and did not have a refrigerator. The pool area felt like a water park with lines to go on slides, a long line to go on the only underwater elevator (not worth the wait!) and a hike to get up to the top of the first pool and a hike to get all the way back down to the restroom. The lounge chairs were so packed and close together. We felt like this wasn't our idea of a relaxing hawaiian vacation but a bustling day at a waterpark. We were happy to return to the Sheraton and we would definitely stay there again.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa Lahaina

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
           

          Travel Blogs from Lahaina

          A misty day on Maui

          A travel blog entry by sonjaj on Oct 05, 2015

          5 photos

          The weather was overcast, misty and humid today. After a couple of weddings at the resort on Saturday night the resort was surprisingly quiet all day. We had our usual breakfast perched high up on Black Rock and we met a nice couple from Arizona. After brekky we hopped on the local shuttle and had a cruise around the area and ended back up at the …

          A slow day

          A travel blog entry by sonjaj on Oct 02, 2015

          5 photos

          We had a nice slow day today. After breakfast we hopped in the hotel shuttle and visited the local Outlets mall. We did some retail therapy and then came back to the hotel via the nearby Whalers Village for a little more shopping and a Haggen Daz ��

          I then headed to the day spa for a massage and the girls joined me a little …

          Aloha

          A travel blog entry by sonjaj on Sep 30, 2015

          3 comments, 5 photos

          We've had an interesting day today. A very early start - left Disneyland at 6:45am and set out to battle the traffic to LAX. The traffic everywhere in LA is crazy but we made it in one piece. We had a 9:50am flight but when we made it to the bag drop we'd missed the cut off time for our luggage. After some assistance from the airline we made a dash …

          Aloha!

          A travel blog entry by andresandjax on Jun 25, 2015

          9 photos

          Aloha! We arrived into Kahului Airport (Airport Code: OGG) around 1:00 PM on June 25th and since we were in Maui to celebrate our four year anniversary together, I had arranged for a surprise Lei Greeting for my boyfriend! The greeter met us downstairs by baggage claim with two beautiful flower leis and a sign with both of our names wishing us …

          Our last full day in Paradise...

          A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto on Dec 08, 2014

          22 photos

          ... follows the beach for 1 1/2 miles behind the high rent resorts in the area. We had headed out late, and it was a warm day. We walked most of the way (to the Mariott at least!) and then headed back as I was over heating! There wasn't much shade. It's a really great little walk though, along several beaches and some cool little snorkelling locations - good to know for next time! We stopped at Diamonds Ice Bar for a quick bite to eat ...

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