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Hale Ho'okipa Inn Makawao
Ranked #1 of 3 Makawao B&B and Inns
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Reviewed September 14, 2004

I have stayed at this beautiful Bed and Breakfast many times over the years and it has been a joy to see it grow and mature. The feeling is both cozy and historical. It is decorated with beautiful Hawaiian artifacts and you can almost feel the generations that once called this old farm house a home. Great place to stay on the road to Haleakula, the gateway to the sun!

  • Stayed: September 2004
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Reviewed September 14, 2004

We just returned from a delightful visit upcountry Maui and stayed at the Kipa cottage, part of the Halehokipa Bed and Breakfast. The cottage sleeps 4, with a private bedroom and full bath down and sleeping loft and 1/2 bath up. The is a view of the mountain and partial view of the ocean. The cottage is beautifully decorated and has everything you could need, claw foot tub, 2 TV's, one with DVD, stereo, lap top computer with internet access, barbeque, full kitchen, off steet parking and right next to the historic Hale Ho'okipa Bed and Breakfast.

  • Stayed: September 2004
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Reviewed September 6, 2004

Charming location, home-like non commerical atmosphere. Excellant value for a family or group traveling together. Owner knowledgeable, and was very good with the young teenagers traveling with the family. They thought she was pretty cool. Breakfast of bread, jams, ceral and many fruits was also good and healthy. It was not too hot when we visited (about 85 degrees) but a storm was skirting the area. The individual air conditioners in each room were greatly appreciated on a couple of humid nights. Owner also conducts horse rides and tours. It is about 1/2 mile from a small interesting town with some fanastic glass art. I appreciated the Internet cafee in town where I could check my E-mail

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Reviewed September 2, 2004

We guessed correctly that staying in upcountry Maui would be more interesting and less congested than the beach resorts. Like-minded folk, not all of them tourists, were at the Hale Hookipa Inn both times we visited, and chatting with them in the large, convivial breakfast room each day was a highlight of the holiday. Rooms in the main house were comfortable, clean, and airy (temperatures in Makawao make air-conditioning unnecessary). Coming from Tokyo we did not find them small, though others might. The cottage in the garden gave more privacy. The inn's greatest asset is its owner, Cherie. An inspirational sport-fisherperson and outrigger kayaker, she made everyone welcome whether they were outward bound or not.

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Reviewed August 31, 2004

Our family of 4 stayed 4 nights at Hale Ho'okipa Inn in the 2 bedroom Kona Wing and loved it. The house has a lot of character, Cherie is wonderful, and staying in Makawao gives you a real picture of Maui. Cherie is very accomodating, informative, and helpful with sights, places to go, restaurants. Every morning she serves fresh fruit, toast, cereal, yogurt and we enjoyed chatting with her and the other guests. This is a great location for touring Hana, Haleakala, and upcountry. We were really glad that we spent time at Hale Ho'okipa Inn first and then the Marriott on Ka'anapali Beach. We saw most of the island and I highly recommend splitting your time. The beach is beautiful but there is so much more to see. Don't forget to go to the Komoda Bakery for a cream puff.......Aloha!

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Reviewed July 12, 2004

This was our first time in a B&B and I was pretty impressed. The place has a lot of character, a nice selection of books to read and art to look at. Cherie was very helpful. Each morning as I was planning what I'd need for the day she'd magically appear and offer a cooler or boogie board or beach mats. The breakfast was very good and as a bonus included a wide assortment of local jams. Makawao is pretty cool also - a few shops & restaurants worth checking out if you have an hour. We stayed in the Jasmine room. The bed was very comfortable. If I had to offer some critcism it would be that there wasn't much space to put our clothes or bath supplies, and you had to practically crawl over the toilet to get into the shower - but I guess this is what comes with converting an old house to a B&B.
Overall it was an interesting alternative to the beach scene - a totally different side of Maui.

  • Stayed: July 2004
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Reviewed June 24, 2004

It's your worst honeymoon nightmare...a few weeks before you leave you find out that you've made a mistake with your reservations and suddenly you are left without a hotel room for a single night in Maui. Everyplace you call is booked or so ridiculously expensive your whole budget will be blown. Enter laid-back, flexible Hale Ho'okipa Bed and Breakfast. A small but pretty, organic-minded inn a short walk to Makawao and a short drive to Haleakala National Park. Though we only stayed one night at this B&B we were thoroughly impressed. Cool, airy, historic, and inexpensive (about $100-145 a night, which for a Hawaiian B&B is a pretty good deal).

Though the owner, an avid hiker and trail guide, caters to the outdoorsy set, anyone is welcome, and we had the best conversation with the owner and guests over breakfast than we've had in any B&B to date.

Just two words of caution: the rooms and bathrooms are small, and because the B&B is near town, it can get a little noisy (the house across the street had some roosters and a very vocal goat) and there's some assorted traffic noise (you're on a side street, but not far from main road). However, you'll find a handy supply of comfy earplugs on your dresser and after a day of hiking in Haleakala, you'll be sure to sleep soundly.


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Additional Information about Hale Ho'okipa Inn Makawao

Address: 32 Pakani Pl, Makawao, Maui, HI 96768-9073
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Location: United States > Hawaii > Maui > Makawao
Amenities:
Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 3 B&Bs / Inns in Makawao
Price Range: $138 - $173 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Hale Ho'okipa Inn Makawao 3*
Number of rooms: 4
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Historic Hospitality in Upcountry Maui is Hale Ho'okipa Inn Makawao. The Inn is located on the slopes of Haleakala 50 minutes to the top of the summit of Haleakala crater , 10 minutes to the North Shore beaches and Paia town. The quaint Paniolo and artsy Makawao town with restaurants and shops is a 10 minute walk from the B&B. Bountiful, delicious breakfast is served daily, with the large country kitchen available for light meals. We have warm jackets for the mountain, and coolers for guests convenience. Sip tea or a glass of wine, relaxing in the parlor or on the lanai with books from our well appointed library. Rich is local history and art, Hale Ho'okipa is a comfortable home away from home. ... more   less 
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