Maui Sunseeker LGBT Resort
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Historical Traveler Reviews Maui Sunseeker LGBT Resort Kihei
Amazing Value and beautiful accomodation.
I stayed at the Sunseeker between the 5th and 9th July 2004 in one of their one bedroom apartments. I have to say the accomodation was beautiful.. perhaps the nicest place I have stayed anywhere in the US. I could not believe it was only $80 a night.
There is a lovely lounge and kitchen and a separate bedroom with a huge bed and its own televsion with a DVD player. Everything is VERY tastefully done and immaculately clean. I didn't see the studio apartments that they have in the building next door so don't know how much smaller they are but my accomodation was huge.
There is a Hot Tub outside on the second level facing the beach and mountains... just a perfect location for relaxing.
The guys that own the hotel are very very friendly and could not do enough to make sure you are happy there.
AMAZING VALUE !!!!! I travel all the time and am usually only just satisfied with the choices that my budget will allow but I can't recommend this place enough.
Friendly relaxing comfortable lodgings in Maui
If I'm lucky enough to return to Maui, I'll be at the Sunseeker again. Clean, comfy and cozy it is, and the owners will do all they can to make you feel at home while you're there. We arrived a day later than expected, and were offered the missed day without even having to ask for it. Just across the road is the beach, several miles in length, perfect for those early morning, or evening, walks...soaking it all in. What a place to be.
Easily the coziest accommodation in Maui!
We arrived really early on a Saturday in order to take advantage of cheapest fare (i.e. first flight out of Honolulu). The owners were present to accommodate us and even drove us over to a great breakfast place.
Situated right on the shoreline in Kihei on the south side of the island, we had a remarkable ocean view. The room was very clean with plenty of amenities. The staff was super friendly and laid back - a distinct island tradition - and offered several excellent recommendations for things to do on the island.
We pampered ourselves onsite: hair salon, nail care, Lomi Lomi massage and a jacuzzi with a breathtaking view of sunset - altogether redefining our standards of vacation away from home! We're gladly recommending this place to many of our friends and colleagues. Snowbirds that we are fast becoming, we're definitely coming back here very soon.
I just spent 8 nights at the Wailana Inn and I loved it. The room was more than I expected to find in Hawaii. They have a free high speed port in the rooms that was great for me as I travel with my laptop computer. I was amazed to find satellite TV, DVD,VCR etc. in the room. The rooftop area is clothing optional, and the rooftop jacuzzi was a delight to be in and watch the beautiful ocean. I will plan on returning again to Maui soon and I hope to be able to stay at Wailana Inn, Tom and Mike
Don't waste your money!
I just spent 6 nights at the Wailana Inn. My room was dirty and noisy - there were roaches in the room. There is no daily cleaning service!
What a rip off. The staff was unpleasant and not accommodating. The roof top deck was also not very clean, the hot tub over chlorinated, and it closes sharply at 9:30 pm. Don't waste your money like I did!
Good price, good location, helpful owners....
Clean place, well priced in a good location. Owners were helpful too.
Exactly what we needed...
Not so great
Thaught the rooms were kinda dirty. Had not been vacuumed. Roof deck with the jacuzzi closed at 9:30 pm. A bit early after a long day of traveling the island. Would have been nice to go there and relax. We had booked an 'ocean view' room. But was very disappointed to find a house that is blocking the view of the beach. Just a small sliver of it. There is a house between this property and the beach. He makes it seem like there is an unobstructed view of the beach. Much nice places to stay just around the area. We would not stay here again.
Five Years in a Row
Have stayed at the Wailana Inn five years in a row! Great hosts and great price. Wonderful ameneties. Wonderful gay inn and nude hot tub. Nothing bad to say about this place. Would highly recommend.
I was suprised to find a place to stay that had all of the amenities that Wailana Inn offers. Our room had about 300 satellite channels, ADSL connection in the room for free, 2 computers in the common area that were free to use and a wonderfully decorated room. The bathroom was very unique having a floor to ceiling slate wall. The room had a DVD and VCR as well. Telephone use was free with Maui and 800 calls. We watched whales playing in the ocean from the beautiful roof top jacuzzi area. And we were able to sunbath in the nude. We had a wonderful time, Gage and Bruce
Clean, inexpensive, Cant beat the location!
I stayed here for about three days in May of 2001. I found the room to be recently updated with new paint and carpets, new kitchen goodies. It was inexpensive, CLEAN, FRIENDLY folks and the location to one of the best! right across the street from one of the best little beaches in Kihei. I would stay here again! Great for shoestring travelers!
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Travel Blogs from Kihei
... me and was preoccupied going in and out of the rocks.
Once we were done snorkeling, we came back to the condo to rest up for our Luau at the Sheraton. We checked in at the Sheraton and was seated with a group of three couples who were traveling in Kauai and Maui for a three week vacation. The drinks were good, the best for me as a Blue Hawaiian. I'm not sure what was in it but it was ...
Got up early for an 8am tour of Lahaina Family Farms. Tim picked us up in a Ranger land rover, and up the hill we went. The farm is about 70 acres on a rugged slope. Tim and wife Harline are converting this rocky barren land into an organic farm that will someday be self sustaining. They are hosting volunteers from WWOOF (Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms) who are helping with the massive transformation. Tim is using some of the ...
... To avoid getting webbed feet I took myself a day out driving to Hana. I simply had to visit my namesake town... now I can really indulge in the cliche that I have found myself on this journey. It was with trepidation that I began the journey having read both my guidebook and a local tourist rag that warned of U-bends and one-lane-passing-rickety-bridges. I filled the car with fuel (about 1/4 the price than the UK!!) and had a picnic to hand.
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... had bought the kiddie size snorkels! So we had to jump back off the bus to return them and then waited an hour by doing something we had not done yet. We went shopping! Dave purchased a few nice things, which was awesome as I had him held captive in the change room and he couldn't escape (it was the only pirate-like endeavour I have managed successfully so far). Then we were back on board and making a speedy trip to the beach next to our cliff to go snorkelling. It is ...
... 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, ...