“Most Romantic Hotels” - Travel & Leisure
“A chic boutique hotel that feels European in its intimacy, Asian in its aesthetic and Hawaiian in its geniality” - Hawaiian Airlines
Paia Inn is located in a beach town on the stunning north shore. This Small Sensitively-Designed Inn integrates modern amenities with historic Hawaiian character. In a nod to the town’s plantation days, the building’s exterior has retained its rustic charm with tin rooftops and understated hues, yet the interior mixes contemporary island furnishings with a chic lushness begging you to unwind and unplug. Matte charcoal concrete floors highlight designer furniture collected from Asia, while rooms feature organic botanical amenities and luxe furnishings.
Paia Inn’s signature dining experience and Maui News’ 2019 “Best New Restaurant” Vana. Enjoy craft cocktails, an impeccable wine & sake list, and Japanese-inspired Izakaya menu with sushi & tapas. Renowned for its white sand beaches, lush waterfalls and stylish cafes, Maui’s north shore is where you want to spend your Hawaiian vacation.
Strolling the streets of Paia, you’ll likely cross paths with world-class surfers while window shopping in one of the many designer boutiques or island-inspired art galleries. Relax in our private beach lounge with a cold coconut water and your favorite book. At Paia Inn, opportunities for indulgence are never hard to find. Now offering boutique weddings & events.
I’ve stayed here twice. This is a great place if you want to get away from the tourist infested hotels in Maui. Very cozy and all rooms have their own fingerprint in regards to design. The restaurant is cozy and well thought out. If you are looking for a 200 person bar on the beach this is not your spot. There is a beautiful semi private beach right out front with access through the bungalows. You are paying for seclusion and a design inspired experience with great service. Something bothering you? They’ll fix it! Check it out !!
Our family gave us this gift for Christmas! So generous 😍We loved the atmosphere and enjoyed the food and staff! Very thoughtful 🌺The goodies were delicious 😋 what a delightful gift! Mom and Dad are so generous ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Thanks, guys!
I booked this motel for the first week of May. Obviously, things are crazy right now and we've postponed our trip indefinitely. I sent an email requesting a refund as they had already charged my credit card for one night. They refused to refund my credit card. Buyer Beware - I'm going through my credit card for a refund. I'm disgusted to have my money held when they have over a month's notice.
We were looking for a boutique hotel to enjoy our Hawaiian experience. Paia Inn did not disappoint. I do dread writing a great review only because I’d like to keep this gem to myself. Location was fantastic, as we enjoyed wandering around Paia , shopping and the quiet beach access only to sun along with the beautiful green turtles. The bar service at Vana was top notch. Nash was a wonderful mixologist, and the owner of the Inn and Restaurant was on site to ensure our visit was terrific. Our room was #15 and we had no trouble with noise. But we also were partaking in all the town had to offer, and the beds / linens were so comfortable we had no trouble sleeping. Do I recommend visiting? 100% ... but please don’t tell too many people because we will be back!
We stayed in the Deluxe Room Town View for three nights in January and had a great time. I only have three things to add to the many glowing reviews. First, the beach experience is exceptional. From the Inn you take a charming and well tended path through the Inn's cottages and arrive at a lovely flat yard/garden with about six big chaise lounges , a round table and chairs, some umbrellas, many folding beach chairs and a collection of pretty much anything you'd want at the beach --towels, snorkeling gear, boogie boards, sand shovels, etc. This relaxing area is set a bit up above the beach so you can hang out up there in comfort while you watch the action in the water. I love to lay out on the beach but my DH doesn't like the sand or sun for very long, so this configuration was perfect for us. He was happy surfing the web up in the comfy and shaded lounges while I sunned on the sand below. There is a shower for rinsing off before heading back up to the Inn. It is a public beach that feels like a private one. When we were there it was definitely a surfing beach, though perhaps when it's less windy it is calmer. If you want a calm beach for kids or just floating around, get directions to the nearby "Baby Beach" which is more pool-like. Second, our room was small. I actually felt claustrophobic for the first minute I was in it, but it was extremely well appointed and designed with a big window and there was a very pleasant sitting area right next door. Within about 15 mins I was quite happy with our space but there's no getting around the fact that it was small. Third, one of the reasons we wanted to stay here was because of the "walkable" location, and we did really like that. However, it is a very busy spot and the town seems to always be jumping. Maybe not so true at other times of the years. The sidewalks were usually crowded with people and there are only two main streets so while we loved being there we were ready to head to a quieter place after our three nights. One last thought, the hipster video on the Inn's home page didn't reflect our experience. We don't match the demographics that video is clearly marketing but we still felt very comfortable and welcome.…