Honokeana Cove Condominiums

5255 Lower Honoapiilani Road, Lahaina, Hawaii, 96761, United States
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Kapalua Bay Hotel

by mdemartino01

We are planning to stay at the Kapalua Bay Hotel... but have heard mixed reviews. Since it has changed hands to Marriott, but Marriott plans to demolish it in 2006, we are concerned that service or hotel condition is being allowed to degrade. Any input would be greatly appreciated.

Re: Kapalua Bay Hotel

by travelgourmet

Aloha, the Kapalua Bay Hotel is going to maintain excellent standards due to the fact it is a Marriott Hotel. The new owners, of which Marriott is a part of, are going to make it over, but the services now offered should maintain the high standards of Marriott. Check out the website: www.kapaluamaui.com/news/news_1=13=05.html
This may help you decide. Aloha oe.

Travel Tips for Lahaina

There are significant issues...

by runnelspl

There are significant issues about native Hawaiian rights and who is a native to Hawaii brewing in the islands. These are analagous to the Indian rights issues on the mainland. While the 'Aloha' spirit abounds, just remember that not everyone is as eager to have you on the island as the shopkeepers, concessioners, and hotels are.

One good way of keeping up with the local issues is to visit the Maui News online ( http://www.maui.net/~mauinews/newsnew.htm ) before travelling to Maui or read the paper while there.

Take a historical walk around Lahaina

by malianrob

We started at the Banyan Tree and went from there.In that park you will see some stones. They call it the Fort. It is what remains of the Fort that was built in 1830. The Fort is at the corner of Banyan Tree park. It is said that some sailors started firing cannon balls after getting in a fight with the local missionaries. The missionaries petitioned to have a Fort set up. It was also used at a prison for a time.
Then there is the courthouse. It is located in the same place where the Banyan Tree is located and the Fort. You cant miss it. We actually spent a good amount of time in here. It is now a museum. The Courthouse also served as a Custom house for a time.
They say that it was here in 1898 that the Hawaiian flag was lowered and the American flag was raised. There is so much stuff to be found here including the restored Hawaiian flag, some of the first samples of the Hawaiian alphabet and many other artifacts.
check out the pictures.

Historical walking tour: Baldwin Home

by malianrob

The Baldwin Home was built in 1834. It was the home of Reverend Dwight Baldwin. He was a missionary and a doctor. The house was a medical office, his home and the location of missionary activity.
The Baldwin family lived here from the mid 1830's to 1868.
In the 1960's the house was restored with original furniture and other antiques. It is a museum now that we can all enjoy. It looks like it was a beautiful house.

stuman714's new Lahaina Page

by stuman714

Had the ABSOLUTE pleasure of visiting here for my youngest sister's wedding in May '01.
We actually stayed up the road at Kapalua Bay Villas, but ventured to Lahaina for a boat ride, submarine ride, and some local shopping.
If you look around, the deals are there, and you can visit, dine, and shop on a budget. And there are some beautiful, and somewhat reasonable lodging accommadations as well!
The shot attached is looking out from Lahaina Wharf, on the north end of town, while we were waiting for our sub ride to depart.

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Address: 5255 Lower Honoapiilani Road, Lahaina, Hawaii, 96761, United States