Wailea Beach Marriott Resort
Maui's Wailea Beach is a top flight resort area, home to some of the best hotels on the island - it would be enough to have just the Grand Wailea Resort, but the beach also features the equally charming Wailea Beach Marriott Resort. Everyone knows the name Marriott, a brand synonymous with top-quality hotels all across the country, but any of them would be hard pressed to top this jewel of the Hawaiian Islands. The Maui Marriott has everything you would expect considering its renowned name - but its ability to maximize the beauty in the surroundings leaves the Marriott Wailea head and shoulders above most every other Hawaiian Resort.
Marriott Maui Wailea
This is premier oceanfront property - secluded
between both Wailea Beach and Ulua Beach, the Marriott
Wailea offers easy access to both, giving travelers just
another way to take in the soft sands of Maui.
If you have a car, the Wailea Beach Marriott's central
location allows shorter drives to some of the island's
most famous attractions. Whether it is a jaunt down the Hana Highway, a stop at
Mount Haleakala, or north to the Iao Needles State Park
or Maui Ocean Center, the Wailea Beach Marriott is the
perfect home to map your vacation from.
That is, of course, if you ever want to leave. Wailea Beach is nothing less than fantastic. Ulua is overshadowed a bit by its neighboring beach, but is no less amazing, and usually more sparsely populated. Shopping is another popular activity in Wailea, and the Maui Marriott is just a short walk away from some of the island's best boutiques.
For active travelers, the Marriott Wailea has everything
you would want nearby. Biking around Haleakala is massively
popular if your calves can hold up. Otherwise, the hotel
provides access to nature trails (ranging from serene
strolls to rewarding hikes), horseback riding and the
water sports that make Hawaii famous: snorkeling,
scuba diving, surfing,
sailing - even kayaking are all available within
a mile of the Maui Marriott. There's water slides
for the kids and a nice private pool, though most guests
prefer the Pacific over the Marriott Maui pool.
All in all, it's not surprising that the Wailea Beach Marriott Resort is one of the most exclusive stays on the island. The rooms are sparkling white and offer every known amenity, including wireless access from anywhere for business travelers lucky enough to get sent to Maui for work. The Hula Moons restaurant is another major draw here, offering a menu steeped in both Hawaiian fare as well as other standards.
But location is key, and few are better than the Maui Marriott. Whether you want a relaxing beach vacation or an adventure-packed week alone with one of the most beautiful places in the world, you can find what you need at the Wailea Beach Marriott Resort.