The Old Wailuku Inn at Ulupono

2199 Kahookele Street, Wailuku, Hawaii, 96793, United States
Old Wailuku Inn at Ulupono
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  • Solo100
  • Business96

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How to enjoy paradise...from a local perspective

by spartan

I was reading the San Diego Union Tribune on June 1st, 2003 when they just happen to be running an article on Maui in the travel section. The article provided great tips on how to enjoy Maui from the viewpoint of the kama'aina (islanders)...here are some of the highlights of the article:

1. A Bed & Breakfast with a view: If you are looking for a place to stay, then the The Old Wailuku Inn at Ulupono (www.oldwailukuinn.com) is the place to go.

2. Beaches everywhere: Locals recommend Honolua Bay, Mushroom Reef in Kahana, Honokohau Bay, Waihee Beach and Kamaole III.

3. Dining opportunities galore: the Komoda Store & Bakery (808) 572-7261, A Saigon Cafe (808) 243-9560, Chez Paul (808) 661-3843, Cafe 808 (808) 878-6874, Sam Sato (808) 244-7124, the Friday buffet at the Ka'anapali Beach Hotel (808) 661-0011, Da Kitchen (808) 871-7782 and the Manana Garage (808) 873-0220.

Enjoy the isle the way islanders do!!!

by BLewJay

I was reading the San Diego Union Tribune on June 1st, 2003 when they just happen to be running an article on Maui in the travel section. The article provided great tips on how to enjoy Maui from the viewpoint of the kama'aina (islanders)...here are some of the highlights of the article:

1. A Bed & Breakfast with a view: If you are looking for a place to stay, then the The Old Wailuku Inn at Ulupono (www.oldwailukuinn.com) is the place to go.

2. Beaches everywhere: Locals recommend Honolua Bay, Mushroom Reef in Kahana, Honokohau Bay, Waihee Beach and Kamaole III.

3. Dining opportunities galore: the Komoda Store & Bakery (808) 572-7261, A Saigon Cafe (808) 243-9560, Chez Paul (808) 661-3843, Cafe 808 (808) 878-6874, Sam Sato (808) 244-7124, the Friday buffet at the Ka'anapali Beach Hotel (808) 661-0011, Da Kitchen (808) 871-7782 and the Manana Garage (808) 873-0220.

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View of the Iao Valley from above the parking lotView of the Iao Valley from above the parking lot

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Address: 2199 Kahookele Street, Wailuku, Hawaii, 96793, United States