Pros: immaculately clean and spacious rooms, friendly staff, decent breakfast, authentic Hawaiian decor, close to Lahaina and several beaches.
1.) Tacky 80's decor that overshadows the authentic Hawaiian pieces. One room in our suite had an uncomfortable couch, 2 mirrored walls, and a coffee table. All I wanted to do was to get out of there asap. Not cozy, comfy, or romantic so I would not recommend this for honeymooners at all. Perhaps for a big family with kids, this would be fine. I would not recommend this B&B to any of my friends nor would we ever stay here again.
2.) Staff we talked to were not very knowledgeable about the area. We asked for recommendations on restaurants and were told that all were good. So we went to one in Lahaina which turned out to be pretty terrible. We stay at B&B's for the personal one-on-one experience, but this felt more like a hotel and a bit impersonal.
3.) Vibe here is of a hippy commune. Some might like this, but we weren't that into it.
4.) We had read reviews on this B&B before we booked it, and knew that lots of German tourists stayed here. We thought that it would be a great opportunity to meet some interesting people and have a fun experience. Unfortunately, our time interacting with the other guests was mostly awkward. At our first breakfast, we said good morning to our dining companions, 2 German couples, and got a mumbled good morning back from one of them, and unfriendly looks from the rest. A usually talkative person, I ate my breakfast as soon as possible while staring at the toast in the middle of the table. Either no one spoke English, or they just weren't willing to, and since we don't speak German, the resulting situation was extremely awkward. At our second breakfast, the atmosphere was a lot friendlier though everyone seemed really shy so everyone just kind of stared at their food and ate in silence. So awkward! Perhaps we were just unlucky, but thought I would share our experience nonetheless. If you are from Germany, I would guess that you will have a wonderful time as the staff is bilingual and there will be lots of other people from Germany to meet and talk to.
5.) We felt so sorry for the poor dog that is on a leash 24/7 in front of the house. I don't know if anyone walks this poor animal, but he just kind of stayed on the stairs all day/night. Hopefully, while we were out, he got to interact with someone.
Overall, this has been my least favorite B&B of all time and I would not recommend it to anyone I know. However, I realize that different people look for different things, which is why I made the list above.
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