If you’re anything like me, staying at a nice beach resort is just about the best vacation you can imagine. Lucky for you, Maui has no shortage of amazing beach resorts ranging from super luxury to family friendly to great “bang for your buck.” Here are Maui’s best beach resorts (in my opinion) broken down by location. Click through the links to check pricing and availability for your travel dates.
Not super familiar with Maui? Read this post to help you get the lay of the land and decide which area of Maui is right for you.
The Westin Maui Resort & Spa: If you want the best “Maui” experience and it’s in your budget, stay on Ka’anapali Beach. The Westin would be my pick. It’s got a great pool area, nice rooms, its spot on the beach is not too crowded and it’s just a couple of resorts down from an outdoor mall where there are several dining options. Click here to check pricing and availability.
Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa: The Sheraton on Ka’anapali is also a great option. It’s right in front of Black Rock so some of the best snorkeling on Maui is literally right outside your door. Click here to check pricing and availability.
Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa: The Hyatt is at the opposite end of Ka’anapali Beach (it’s a three mile beach) and while you won’t be right in the middle of the action (or close to snorkeling at Black Rock), it is a quieter option and a very nice resort. Bonus…they have penguins! Click here to check pricing and availability.
Marriott Ocean Club: The Marriott has a great location on Ka’anapali Beach that will keep you in the middle of the action while still staying at a familiar property (if you track points through Starwood or Marriot, that may be of interest to you). Click here to check pricing and availability.
Honua Kai Resort & Spa: If you want to be in the Ka’anapali area but slightly removed from the crowds (or the prices) try the Honua Kai Resort and Spa. It’s just north of Black Rock but still technically in the Ka’anapali resort area. Click here to check pricing and availability.