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Best Wing for connecting rooms at the Grand Wailea?

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Houston, Texas
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Best Wing for connecting rooms at the Grand Wailea?

Traveling with husband and 9 year old twin boys. Decided to get two connecting rooms so we can have our own space. We have Oceanview reservations and trying to figure out which wing to request. We don't mind the walk to pools and would prefer quiet and fabulous private oceanviews from our lanai. Boys go to bed pretty early 9 -10pm, but mom and dad like to hang out on lanai after to enjoy peace and quiet and views. Don't want to be stuck in a "kiddie" wing with lots families and noisey lanai views. Any suggestions for which wing to request for privacy and quiet lanai with an ocean view?

San Jose, California
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1. Re: Best Wing for connecting rooms at the Grand Wailea?

GW attracts lots of vacationing families, particularly during school holiday season, like summer. However, in the evenings, GW is surprisingly quiet and peaceful. Maybe all the kids are tired and in bed...

You should probably ask for high floor rooms on their main center tower (forgot the name of the tower). We stayed there on our first stay. Beautiful open ocean view, and too high to hear any ground noise, need at least 9th floor or higher.

While we enjoyed the view very much, we had to take two sets of elevators to get to the pool and beach, we find it a bit far from everything.

We prefer the lagoon wing, and have stayed at the lagoon wing twice. Lagoon wing is the closest to the pool, we had a lovely view of the pool areas and out to the ocean both times. But I am afraid this is what you might consider the "kiddie" wing.

If you can't get the center main tower wing, then get the wing on the opposite end of the lagoon wing (sorry can't remember the wing names) on the other side of the center tower.

If you were to look out to the ocean from the center of the resort, the pool areas are to your left, that is where the action is, so if you want quiet and privacy, then stay on the right hand side wing, away from the pools and noise.

South Jersey
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2. Re: Best Wing for connecting rooms at the Grand Wailea?

Center main tower is the Napua Club which is a premium over other wings. Does include breakfast, afternoon tea and open bar and hors de oeuvre for happy hour.

3. Re: Best Wing for connecting rooms at the Grand Wailea?

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