Our stay was for 24 nights - yes a long time in one place but we did fly from Australia. We had a 2 bedroom ocean front, with 2 bathrooms for the 5 of us. The boys (11,13) had a room with 2 single beds, my partner and I the master bed room with king sized bed, and my daughter (8) had the pullout couch/sofa. The kitchen had a full sized fridge and oven, there was also a microwave,dishwasher, and a coffee maker which I eventually got to work after a couple of false starts (don't have one a home). Note here a little tight fit for the oven and dishwasher, as to open and close the oven, you need the push the buttons on the front of the dishwasher in sequence to allow the oven door to go down and up. There is no air conditioning which I thought might be a problem, but if the room did get a little warm as the sun was setting(they face west) but once it was down, opening up all the windows allowed the cool breeze from the garden area to flow through, cooling it well, the overhead fans were on the entire time we were here. (It could be a problem in the humid times of the year) Abby our cleaner came through every day and spruced up the place (making beds, taking out the e rubbish and replacing towels) Reception was helpful, and responsive to our needs ( light bulb changes, how to work the shower....) and had a great beach towel exchange system - get in early they sometimes run out. We made use of the concierge facility and had snorkeling trips, and zip lining. As we had a ocean front we had lovely sunset views each night (sushi at sunset!), and the constant sound of the waves rolling in. We arrived during the USA spring break, with people commenting how busy it was, we did not find this to be the case, as mostly we thought it was a nice quiet place to stay (there are always people who feel the need to hold loud conversations outside your unit at 2 am but this was a once off, not a regular occurrence). Honesty it is not the flashiest place I have stayed in, and I am sure if you wanted to throw money around you could find more impressive looking places. However we found it comfortable and a relaxing place to stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The best oceanfront value on the Kaanapali Coast. Spacious suites, breathtaking views and an ideal location between the exclusive Kaanapali and Kapalua resort areas. Located next to the beach with guest suites encircling the interior garden atrium's soothing waterfall, this resort is a perfect place to relax and make new friends. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Aston Paki Maui Hotel Lahaina
- Paki Maui Resort Lahaina
- Resortquest Paki Maui