I stayed here on business in oct and it was my first time at this property. The entrance to the hotel was tree-lined and very lush. It was much nicer than other parts of Maui that I've seen, which is likely attributed to being located in the more upper-class area of wailea. The check-I'm was all outdoors which was a nice touch. The property, although large, was situated nicely so that it wasn't an incredibly long walk to your room. There are two beaches on this property- both are very tiny but just a five minute walk from the lobby. The rooms were nice and clean and included basic toiletries. The staff was friendly. My only complaint was the quality if the food. My colleague and I ate at Kumu bar for lunch. I give it credit since they have vegetarian items (multiple types of salads) on their menu however the food was equivalent to bar food in terms of taste. This wasn't too bad especially since dining outside was relaxing and you had views of the pacific. I visited Mala restaurant for dinner. The staff was very friendly and attentive and even called you by your first name which was a nice touch. My only complaint was that the food quality was really poor. I ordered the Mediterranean plate- hummus, babbaganoush, tzaziki, and feta and it was equivalent to hospital cafeteria food. Very disappointing since when you walk into restaurant, you see zagat signs advertising how great their restaurant is which is a bit puzzling to thnk about after you have dined there. Overall, I would return to stay at the hotel since its a pretty setting and clean hotel. I would however dine at the shops at wailea instead of any restaurant on-site.