Wailea Beach Villas Pools

Wailea Beach Villas pools are nestled in a tropical oasis that stretches over eleven acres in scenic Maui. The Wailea Beach Villas and their pools sit along the Wailea coast, next to the Shops at Wailea and some of Maui's top restaurants. With plenty of golden sand, inviting blue waters, and a boardwalk, the resort is a great place to soak in the sun and leave behind your cares.

Like many of the Maui resorts, the Wailea Beach Villas offer a pool with adults-only access. The Makai Pool and wave-shaped hot tub overlook the Pacific Ocean, a quiet retreat where you can listen to gentle breeze blowing, the waves crashing into the shore, and the water cascading over the edge of the infinity pool. The lush surroundings of the pool offer plenty of privacy as well as the beach-going experience that's a must in Hawaii. As is the case for all of the Wailea Beach Villas pools, attentive staff members ensure that guests have everything they need to be comfortable. They'll supply cold water and towels, and even take lunch orders. A spa cabana is located just steps away from the adults-only pool.

Guests of all ages are welcome at the Makua pool, located just steps away from the main lobby and the fitness center. One of the private Maui waterfalls tumbles from a lava rock, providing a scenic backdrop to the family-friendly pool complex. Younger children enjoy the wading pool, just one and a half feet deep, which is a safe environment for fun. If you'd like some pool toys to play with for your time under the Hawaiian sun, all you have to do is grab one from the Keiki Closet. It's well stocked with boogie boards and inner tubes, as well as inflatable mats and footballs. Like the adults-only pool, the Makua pool is staffed by people eager to take care of guests' needs, including water and lunch orders. They can't deliver cocktails, but adult guests are welcome to bring their own alcoholic drinks.

Just steps away from both of the Wailea Beach Villas pools is Wailea Beach, a crescent-shaped stretch of sand nestled between two lava points. A great vantage point for Maui whale watching in the winter, the beach is stocked with chaise lounges, umbrellas, and outdoor showers. Attendants provide the same level of service as they do at the Makai and Mauka pools.

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