We stayed 3 nights here. It was our 1st stay at a B&B & we were not sure what to expect.
It is a decent property & the house itself is quite historic. The central room is very nice. It is kept very clean.
The windows are not very air tight. Our last night it was very windy & cold. We had an extremely cold & damp draft blowing on us all night since the bed is located directly under the window.
We had 1 set of towels each that were not replaced. It is in higher altitude so they were damp & cold when we used them. Yuck.
No one on site in the 3 days. We did have a contact to call if we needed anything.
No fridge in room & not enough room in kitchen fridge to keep our stuff.
Ants in the kitchen so we couldn't keep our stuff there either.
Breakfast is served from 8:15Am to 9 AM. Pretty tight window. We were gone before then & did not want to hang around for it.
It was not a great stay for us. We never felt comfortable at all while there. We thought maybe we were not B&B people but then we stayed at the Emerald View Inn on Big Island & just loved it. I think this place is not for people who are more accustomed to hotels.
- 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
- Also Known As:
- Hale Ho`Okipa Inn Makawao Hotel Makawao
- Hale Ho'Okipa Inn Makawao Maui