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I stayed at 4 Maui hostels over a 3 week period – BANANA and NORTH SHORE at Wailuku, ALOHA SURF at Pai’a and TIKI BEACH at Lahaina. I review each separately on TRIP ADVISOR and can confidently say that for travelers seeking a quieter option...More
Breakfast was included. Terrace with view to the street. Private rooms are really nice for a hostel (but overpriced like all accommodations in Hawaii). I would recommend Airbnb in Hawaii. Parking next door (free for 12 hours)
Cosy place with great staff and comfortable beds! I came with a rental car so I was pleased with the free public car park opposite the hostel. I also love the location. One street block south from the hostel is Main Street with plenty of...More
The hostel was very good. Clean both in the common areas, toilets and room. There is always space to park the car in the parking in front of the hostel. The staff is very polite and helps you out in organizing local activities in the...More
My second stay in a hostel and it was a very good experience. I felt at home because of the open atmosphere, created by the staff members and the owner. It´s a carefully renovated historic building in the mid of Wailuku.
If you´re a looking...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
USD 82 - USD 116 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Michael D | Property representative |
Hi Khandi, it is safe to walk to Maui Beach hotel but much easier by taxi.I f you are willing to pay the staff to drive you (which I cannot arrange) you might as well take a taxi or perhaps you might contact the tour company... More
Hi Khandi, it is safe to walk to Maui Beach hotel but much easier by taxi.I f you are willing to pay the staff to drive you (which I cannot arrange) you might as well take a taxi or perhaps you might contact the tour company and request they pick you up at the hostel, it's only a 7 minute drive. We look forward to your visit!