Royal Lahaina Resort, Maui, U S A
This hotel is set amidst some 27 acres of tropical oceanfront gardens and lawns, fronting the best and most exclusive half-mile stretch of Kaanapali Beach. The resort's original garden and oceanfront cottage accommodations, evoke a quaint beachside experience reminiscent of Hawaii's plantation era. The 12-storey Lahaina Kai Tower, having just undergone a major refurbishment, features luxurious island-inspired guest rooms and suites. Tower rooms feature rich teak furnishings and fine natural materials as well as state-of-the-art technology and in-room entertainment. The resort offers two open air oceanfront swimming pools with sun loungers and is set adjacent to the two Kaanapali resort golf courses. It has been named among the top 100 tennis destinations in the world, and features an 11-court tennis ranch. Guests may also relax in the Jacuzzi and enjoy a work-out in the gym.
NO Disability-friendly bathroom, YES Wheelchair-accessible, NO Smoking rooms, Bathroom, Shower, Bathtub, Hairdryer, Wi-fi, Internet access, Direct dial telephone, TV, Cable TV, Radio, Hi-fi, Pay movies, Alarm clock, Fridge, Carpeted floors, Centrally regulated air conditioning, Safe, Balcony, Desk, Extra beds on demand, Cot on demand, Cot on demand .Services
NO Small pets allowed (under 5 kg)*, NO Large pets allowed (over 5 kg)*, YES Wheelchair-accessible, YES Car park*, NO Garage*, 24-hour reception, Wired Internet, Wi-fi, Room service, Laundry service, Launderette, Lift access, Shop, Gym, Bar, Restaurant, Indoor freshwater pool, Outdoor freshwater pool, Sun loungers, Kids' club, Hot tub . (*)indicates this is Locally ChargeableBuilding Facilities
NO Connecting rooms ., Year of construction (1962), Year of most recent renovation (2008), Total number of rooms (447), Number of floors (main building) (12), Number of floors (annexe) (2), Suites (17)Sports
Known as 'The Valley Island' for its iconic skyline of two volcanoes, discover one of the most popular of the Hawaiian islands on Maui holidays. Whether you're a keen surfer or want to try out snorkelling, you'll find plenty to keep you occupied on holidays to Maui, with fascinating marine life amidst sunken craters and strong winds making for some fantastic surf. Of course holidays in Maui can be taken at a chilled out pace; spend a day exploring secluded groves and grottoes, or stretch out on your beach towel and soak up uninterrupted sunshine.