Where to stay in Maui 2021: Best areas, resorts and condos on Maui

Looking for advice on the best place to stay in Maui? I’ve got your back! At the time of booking our 3-week trip Hawaii island hopping trip, we had no idea of the amount of research ahead of us. Several hours and various online articles later, we decided to start our family vacation on Maui because it seemed like a safe bet when it came to choosing a Hawaiian island for families since Maui island is home to some of the most gorgeous resorts, rentals and Airbnbs in Hawaii. But, with so many amazing activities in Maui, we didn’t plan on limiting ourselves to our accommodation. To find the best place to stay in Maui we compared every part of the island: West Maui vs South Maui? Kapalua and Kaanapali vs Wailea and Kihei? And what about North Shore or Upcountry?

Finding the pros and cons of each area in Maui actually proved to be quite difficult. So, in order for you to actually keep your cool, I’ll save you the trouble of figuring out where to stay in Maui. Your travel sanity is my priority, after all. So, are you ready to discover your happy place on Maui? Let’s dive in!


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Maui places to stay on the map

Maui is Hawaii second largest island, with a surface of 727.2 mi² (or 1 883 km²). Therefore, you might think that your location is not too important and driving times from any Maui area are pretty reasonable, right? Well, that’s not always the case. Why? Well, the Hawaiian Islands are volcanic islands and Maui is home to three of those, the dormant Haleakala being the largest one. (Check out these interesting facts about Hawaii and its volcanoes.)

The volcanoes take up most of the Valley Isle’s surface and most roads lead around them. So, getting to your destination might take you quite a bit longer than you might think. So, yes, where to stay on Maui is a pretty important decision to make when planning your trip to Hawaii.

Have a look at our custom map of Maui to see where to find the island’s tourist resorts and attractions.

Maui where to stay map with the best Maui resorts
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Where to stay in Maui by region: West Maui vs South Maui vs the rest of Maui

The main airport in Maui, Kahului Airport, is located in Central Maui. From there, you’ll stay in one of these resort areas in Maui:

  • In West Maui: Kaanapali or Kapalua.
  • In South Maui: Wailea or Kihei.
  • On the North shore: Paia or Haiku. This is also where to start your Road to Hana adventure. Hana itself is located in East Maui. However, Hana is pretty remote and not the best place to stay on Maui if you’re planning on exploring the other sides of the island. It’s good to spend a night or two, though, just not your entire trip.
  • In Upcountry Maui: Makawao or Kula.
  • In Central Maui: Kahului or Wailuku.

Let me break down each of these locations by character.

West Maui

Whip out your beach vacation packing list because this area is home to some of the best beaches in Maui. In this part of the island, you can choose to stay in either Kaanapali or Kapalua:

Kaanapali

For families with kids, Ka'anapali is the best area to stay in Maui for families and also where to stay in Maui first time
No matter where to stay Maui, make sure to capture every moment

What Kaanapli is about:

  • The soft, golden sand of famous Kaanapali beach stretches over three miles. It’s one of the best places in Maui for snorkeling because of its crystal-clear waters. This is especially the case near spiritual Black Rock (Puʻu Kekaʻa), considered by ancient Hawaiians to be the place where spirits would leap from this world to the next.
  • Kaanapali is the most touristy area in West Maui, lined with several Maui luxury resorts all within easy walking distance from one another. The Kaanapali Beachwalk leads visitors along this gorgeous beach and to lively Whalers Village where they’ll find shops (selling from apparel to made-in-Hawaii gifts and souvenirs), bars, restaurants and entertainment.
  • Lahaina, the old whaling village just south of Kaanapali, adds a cultural touch to this West Maui. Enchanting Lahaina town is home to the most beautiful banyan tree in Hawaii and lively Front street with its many art galleries.
  • Cruise to Lanai and meet some dolphinstake a surf lesson on Kaanapali Beach, snorkel at Black Rock or witness the daily torch-lighting ceremony, attend a luauexplore the West-Maui mountains or go shopping at Whalers Village.
  • Check out our article on the best things to do in Kaanapali to learn more.

Where to stay in Kaanapali:

  • The Westin Maui Resort And Spa is Kaanapali’s most popular resort. Families in particular love the pool slides and the flamingo’s that reside in this Maui hotel lagoon.
  • The iconic Ka’anapali Beach Hotel, one of the oldest hotels on Maui, has been upping its game too with the recent renovation of the Papakū & Kauhale Wings. An added bonus is that is one of the few (or only) West Maui hotels that doesn’t charge resort fees!
  • Alternatively, you could stay in a villa or condo. Find your Kaanapali home away from home on VRBO.
Oceanfront terrace in this Maui vacation rental
Image courtesy of VRBO – Maui Resort Rentals
Hyatt Residence Club – 2 bedrooms – sleeps 7
Terrace and lawn of a holiday home at sunset
Image courtesy of VRBO – Whalers Investment Gr.
No Ka Oi Hale – 3 bedrooms – sleeps 6
Maui Kaanapali beach villa rental
Image courtesy of VRBO – HILuxuryLiving
Hawaiiana Hale estate – 4 bedrooms – sleeps 8
Well-appointed Maui rental condo
Image courtesy of VRBO – Stay Now Maui
Maui Kaanapali Villas – studio – sleeps 4
Maui condo with ocean views
Image courtesy of VRBO – Maui Resort Rentals
Kaanapali Alii – 2 bedrooms – sleeps 6
Jacuzzi, pool and ocean views at this luxury beach house on the Valley Isle
Image courtesy of VRBO – Sherry Barbier
Upscale Beach Home – 6 bedrooms – sleeps 15

Kapalua

Little girl on Kapalua beach which is one of the best places to stay in Maui Hawaii

What Kapalua is about:

  • Kapalua is located just a 15-minute drive north from Kaanapali. Kapalua is the Hawaiian word for arms embracing the sea and that’s an accurate description for this sheltered bay. The area close to the rocks is excellent for snorkeling. If you’re more into boogie boarding, you’ll certainly appreciate the swells at D.T. Fleming beach, especially during the winter season.
  • It feels less touristy here, making it the best place on Maui for understated luxury. You’ll find some boutiques and restaurants but not as many as in Kaanapali.

Where to stay in Kapalua:

  • The upscale Ritz Carlton Kapalua is Kapalua’s main resort. It counts as one of the best hotels in Maui if you’re looking to be pampered. Every room features a private lanai (balcony) to enjoy the gorgeous ocean views. Prefer a smaller Maui hotel? Then the Montage Kapalua Bay might be just what you’re looking for.
  • Families traveling to the Valley Isle might prefer staying in a condo or villa. You’ll find some gorgeous West Maui condos on VRBO. Here are some suggestions:
Terrace with ocean views in Kapalua, one of the best places to stay in Maui for adults
Image courtesy of VRBO – Platinum Maui Vacations
1 bedroom – sleeps 4
This upscale home is perfect for a family stay in Maui
Image courtesy of VRBO – Andrew M.
7 bedrooms – sleeps 28
Terrace of a corner condo in West Maui
Image courtesy of VRBO – Jeremy Stice
2 bedrooms – sleeps 5

South Maui

Kihei

Kihei has a very central location, an important consideration when deciding where to stay in Maui in Hawaii

What Kihei is about:

  • Kihei is home to some gorgeous beaches: There’s a soft sandy beach named Sugar beach in the north of Kihei and three popular stretches of beach that form Kama’ole Beach Park in the South of Kihei.
  • Kalepolepo Beach is small but charming and features the Ko’ie’ie, an ancient Hawaiian fishpond which is now a shallow pool ideal for kids. The pond is fed by natural spring water and has a historical, cultural significance since it was once a Hawaiian village.
  • Kihei is the most central resort location in South Maui yet probably the least crowded. That’s because you won’t find many hotels here. Because of that, many tourists don’t even consider Kihei in their search for the best area to stay on Maui.

Where to stay in Kihei:

  • Because of the lack of hotels in this part of the island, it’s recommended to stay at one of many Kihei condos or vacation rentals. Here are some suggestions:
This terrace with ocean views is a wonderful place to stay in South Maui
Image courtesy of VRBO – Villa Moana Maui
8 bedrooms – sleeps 18
White and bright interior of a beach house
Image courtesy of VRBO – Maui Beachside 2
2 bedrooms – sleeps 5
This garden cottage is one of the best places to stay in Kihei Maui
Image courtesy of VRBO – Kihei Garden Cottage
2 bedrooms – sleeps 5

Wailea

Rocky beach at sunset in Wailea which is one of the best areas in Maui for couples

What Wailea is about:

  • If you’re more into peaceful and posh surroundings, then Wailea might be for you. This South Maui area features wonderful Maui beaches such as Big Beach (Makena Beach) and Polo Beach and is close to the Ahihi-Kinau Natural Area Reserve, a renowned Maui snorkeling spot.
  • Plus you’ll get to enjoy the exquisite service of some of the luxury resorts at this side of the island. The Wailea Beach Path interconnects the Wailea beach resorts, although these are more spread out than the ones along the Kaanapali Beachwalk. You’ll also find fine dining restaurants in this South Maui area as well as boutiques and entertainment at Shops at Wailea.

Where to stay in Wailea:

Interior of a house with wooden accents
Image courtesy of VRBO – Wailea Ekolu 1606
2 bedrooms – sleeps 6
This vacation home with pool and ocean views is one of the top Maui vacation rentals
Image courtesy of VRBO – Coral Gardens Estate
4 bedrooms – sleeps 8
Backyard with a small pool in Maui Wailea
Image courtesy of VRBO – Island Property Mt
3 bedrooms – sleeps 8

North Shore Maui

Beach park with yellow rescue post under a palm tree

What the North Shore is about:

  • If the luxury resorts have no effect on you, then you’ll find a more genuine side of the island in Paia and Haiku.
  • This Maui region offers the best of both worlds: You’ll be close to gorgeous beaches (Baldwin Beach Park near Paia and Ho’okipa Beach near Haiku) yet nearby waterfalls and lush rainforest. The Hana highway starts right here, so you’ll have a head start on all the vacationers that are coming from South or West Maui.
  • Explore the art galleries in bohemian Paia town, meet the turtles at Ho’okipa Beach Park, drive the legendary Road to Hana, go hiking at Twin Falls, go on a ziplining adventure, have dinner at the iconic Mama’s Fish House and visit the Sacred Garden of Maliko.

Where to stay on Maui’s North Shore:

  • This is one of the most unique places to stay in Maui. You won’t find any beach resorts at this side of the island, since this area is more about one-of-a-kind stays with a touch of boho or beach shacks with full amenities. Here are some suggestions:
Wooden deck of a petrol-colored house
Image courtesy of VRBO – Ku’au Ko
2 bedrooms – sleeps 6
This surf shack is one of the most authentic parts of Maui for families
Image courtesy of VRBO – Haiku Surf House
2 bedrooms – sleeps 6
Backyard with pool and ocean views on the North Shore
Image courtesy of VRBO – Pinnacle
3 bedrooms – sleeps 4

Paia is the start of the Road to Hana in East Maui. If you’re looking to make the most of your Hana road trip, you could spend one or two nights in this remote little town along the Hana Highway.

Where to stay in Hana:

  • There’s only one hotel and that’s the Hana Maui Resort by Hyatt Residence (formerly known as the Travaasa luxury hotel).
  • Or you could to stay at one of these amazing rental properties:
Wooden deck amidst a tropical setting in Hana
Image courtesy of VRBO – Hamoa Bay Bungalow
1 bedrooms – sleeps 2
Accommodation Maui with an interior of tropical woord with beige couch
Image courtesy of VRBO – Hamoa Beach House
3 bedrooms – sleeps 8

Upcountry Maui

Upcountry Maui is one of the Maui best places to stay

What Upcountry Maui is all about:

  • Although the geographical borders are a bit vague, Upcountry is the area just south of Paia and east of Central Maui. It’s Haleakala territory and located inland, away from the coast. You’ll find yourself amidst the local residents, near a cute town called Makawao.
  • This is the countryside, a rural side of the island that most tourists don’t know about. It boasts the best climate on the island, cooler and less humid than near the coastline. The Kula mountains are dotted with farms. It’s perfectly located to watch the sunrise at Haleakala National Park, visit the Upcountry farms such as the Ali’i Kula Lavendar Farm or Surfing Goat Dairy, hike the Hoapili trail or explore the Kula Botanical Garden.

Where to stay in Maui’s rural countryside:

  • Again, no resorts at this part of the island. What you’ll find here are chic mountain retreats and cosy cabins. Here are some suggestions for intimate lodging on Maui:
Backyard of a house in Kula Maui
Image courtesy of VRBO – Kula Villa by Debra
1 bedroom – sleeps 2
Vacation rental in the Kula mountains
Image courtesy of VRBO – Haleakala Princess Estate
3 bedrooms – sleeps 6
Tropical outdoor patio of a house in the Kula mountains
Image courtesy of VRBO – North Shore Lookout
1 bedroom – sleeps 2

Central Maui

Kaanapali is one of the most popular places to stay in Maui Hawaii and is close to these emerald green West Maui mountains

What Central Maui’s all about:

  • Accessibility, really, since this is the Maui area located around the airport. If you’re looking to see as much as you can on the island within a short amount of time, then staying central is key.
  • Wailuku is a charming little town with a selection of small shops and restaurants
  • It’s also very affordable compared to the other parts of Maui which is, in part, due to the fact that you’ll be further away from the coastline.
  • Spending some time at the Maui Tropical Plantation, visit mystic Iao valley State Park, discover the Maui Ocean Center or explore the West-Maui mountains.

Where to stay in Central Maui:

It’s safe to say that both West and South Maui are the most popular resort areas to stay in Maui but both Upcountry and the Paia region are on the rise. Your happy place on Maui depends entirely on what you’re looking to experience on the Valley Isle. So, let’s compare these resort areas by travel type, by interest and by weather.

Best places to stay in Maui by travel type

Two little girls in hamocks at Kaanapali beach, a very family-friendly place to stay in Maui Hawaii

Where to stay in Maui with kids

Kaanapali and Wailea are the best places to stay on Maui for families.

Families traveling to the Valley Isle usually spend most of their time in the resort and at the beach. Some sightseeing is included in most family itineraries, say a day or two of exploring Maui with kids, but it’s usually not the key-focus. They look for a family-friendly resort, a beautiful beach with some water sports and a lively environment with a bit of entertainment. West Maui vs South Maui? That’s up to you, both offer plenty of family-friendly accommodations and gorgeous beaches.

In Kaanapali, we can personally recommend the Westin Maui Resort & Spa but also this spacious Hyatt Residence condo caught our eye.

The Grand Wailea Resort & Spa by Waldorf Astoria with its beachfront location and amazing pool complete with waterslides, a lazy river and a swinging rope would be our pick for our next stay in Maui with kids.

Or how about this gorgeous and affordable family-friendly rental home with private heated pool, waterfall and slide? Kids will love it here! Thanks to its central location, beaches and restaurants are within easy reach.

One of the Maui resorts in Kaanapali
WESTIN RESORT KAANAPALI
Pool and ocean views from this Hyatt residence in Kaanapali, one of the best places to stay in Maui for families
Image courtesy of VRBO Maui Resort Rentals
HYATT RESIDENCE CONDO KAANAPALI
Pool and mountain views in one of the Maui Hawaii hotels in Wailea
GRAND WAILEA RESORT
Pool with waterfall and slide in a tropical setting
Image courtesy of VRBO Elaine Cuaresma
KIHEI

Where to stay in Maui on a budget

Kihei and Wailuku are the most affordable places to stay in Maui.

If you want a beach vacation that won’t break the bank, head to Kihei. Never mind the luxury resorts with their ridiculously high resort fees, that’s not what you’re looking for. You want to be close to the action and explore the best that the Valley Isle has to offer. In that case, it’s best to rent one of the many Maui accommodations nearby the gorgeous Kihei beaches yet close to the main roads. This oceanfront condo overlooking Sugar beach, for example, is very reasonably priced and gets glowing reviews.

If you don’t necessarily need to stay near the beach, then you can make it even more affordable by staying in Wailuku in Central Maui. Check out this modern one-bedroom condo.

Then again, you might find an affordable gem in some of the more expensive parts of the island too. Have a look at this remodelled condo in Kahana about halfway between Kaanapali and Kapalua.

White interior and hardwood floors of a condo
Image courtesy of VRBO Tara Kasbergen
KIHEI
This Airbnb Maui, with a front porch with rocking chairs and a blue front door, is one of this best places to stay in maui on a budget
Image courtesy of VRBO Blue Door Church Street
WAILUKU
Cozy lanai of a Maui condo
Image courtesy of VRBO Hale Mala Hina
KAHANA
Sunset from the pool during a Maui honeymoon

Where to stay in Maui for honeymoon

Wailea, Kapalua, Kula and Haiku are the best places to stay Maui for couples.

Long walks on the beach, exclusive dinners and some cocooning at the luxury spa. You might go and explore some of Maui’s highlights but that’s secondary. This makes Wailea and Kapalua perfect for a dreamy Maui honeymoon.

The Four Seasons Resort Maui in Wailea and the Montage Kapalua Bay are wonderful options for an unforgettable Maui honeymoon.

Just you, your loved one and a whole lot of pampering in a romantic setting, that’s what your honeymoon should be all about. You don’t feel the need to be in a central location but instead, you want your own slice of paradise far away from anything else. If that’s the kind of honeymoon you envision, then the Upcountry Kula mountains are where you’ll want to be. Check out this romantic mountain retreat.

If you’re looking for that perfect sweet-spot between adventure and romance, then look no further than Haiku. You’ll have a gorgeous beach and a lush rainforest at your fingertips. Take a dip in a waterfall when the coastal visitors are back in their resort and watch the whales breach from the comfort of your romantic retreat. This gorgeous vacation villa is what newly-wed dreams are made of.

Cabin with stone and wooden elements hidden behind a tree
Image courtesy of VRBO Upcountry Hideaway
KULA
Beachfront resort with pool and ocean views
Image courtesy of Montage Kapalua Bay
KAPALUA
This vacation rental with wide lawn, pool and lanai is one of the best places to stay in maui for couples
Image courtesy of VRBO Cathy & Melody
HAIKU
No matter where you stay in Maui, make sure to capture every moment

Best places to stay in Maui by activity

Best places to stay in Maui for sightseeing

Driving in Maui is easy, as long as you stay on the main roads and there are only a few of these on the island. Expect scenic winding roads, really winding at times. After all, getting from point A to point B often involves making a big loop around a part of the island.

To help you make your decision on the Maui that’s right for you, we’ve researched the driving times from the main tourist resorts to the most popular points of interest.

Driving times from the best areas to stay in Maui to the island's main tourist attractions

Some things to do in Maui take up a full day: Driving the legendary Road to Hana on the hunt for waterfalls and the only black sand beach on Maui, for example. Or discovering the many epic things to do in Haleakala, Maui’s volcanic heart.
Others can be easily combined. You could, for example, see the sunrise in Haleakala National Park and spend the afternoon enjoying the Maui vacation vibe in your chosen beach resort. More into hiking? Then these spectacular Maui hikes are exactly what you’re looking for.

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Best places to stay in Maui for snorkeling

Kaanapali, Kapalua and Wailea are the best places in Maui to stay for snorkeling.

We’ve snorkeled at Black Rock (Kaanapali Beach) and Kapalua Beach and they’re ideal for less experienced and first time snorkelers, like our kids. Just enter the water where you see some lava rocks and before you know it, you’ll be surrounded by colorful fish. We didn’t encounter turtles but that’s probably because we stayed quite close to the beach. Advanced snorkelers can head to Honolua Bay up north.

We didn’t get to snorkel in the Wailea area, unfortunately, so we can’t share our personal experiences. From what we’ve heard, the Ahihi Kinau Reserve is the best snorkeling spot in South Maui. It’s also a recommended snorkeling site for families with children.

Popular off-shore snorkeling sites are the Molokini Crater and Turtle Town. They’re located close to the Wailea shore but charter boats leave from marinas closer to West Maui too. So, for these excursions it doesn’t really matter that much where you choose to be staying. The best time of day to go snorkeling is in the morning, when the winds haven’t picked up yet. This is the Molokini Crater snorkeling tour we’d go for.

Make sure to wear a rash guard and a reef-friendly sunscreen.

Best places to stay in Maui for golf

Kaanapali, Kapalua, Kihei and Wailea are all great places to stay in Maui for golfers.

Maui, and Hawaii in general, is a golf lovers’ paradise. Kapalua is home to the iconic Plantation Course, where the PGA tour is held every January, and the Bay Course. In Kaanapali you’ll find the Royal Kaanapali and the Kaanapali Kai.

The Wailea Golf Club features the Blue, Emerald Course and Gold Courses as well as the Makena Golf Course while Kihei is home to the Nui Golf Club.

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Best places to stay in Maui for whale-watching

Kaanapali, Wailea and Maalaea in between are the places in Maui for whale-watching.

Maui’s whale watching season runs from November to May and peaks in February. It’s the time of year where North Pacific Humpback Whales enjoy the safe and warm ocean waters to breed, birth and raise their calves. The absolute best whale watching site is the McGregor Point Lookout in Maalaea, located right in between West and South Maui.

In West Maui, the most popular viewing point is Kaanapali’s Black Rock. In South Wailea, you have a good chance of spotting humpbacks from Point Maui’s Wailea Coastal Walk.

If you’re looking to see these friendly giants up close, then you can join a whale-watching cruise from Lahaina harbor.

Maui luau performance

Best places to stay in Maui to watch a luau

Kaanapali is closest to the luau performances.

A luau is a feast with dance performances, often featuring styles from different Polynesian islands, and local food, mostly buffet-style. The most popular Maui luau shows take place in the Kaanapali – Lahaina area.
We attended the Westin Maui luau. Here’s a list of other luau options. Note that advance bookings are recommended.

Where to stay in Maui by climate

Wailea is the hottest place to stay in Maui, Kula the coolest and Wailuku, Paia and Hana the wettest.

Little girl during a rainy moment at Kapalua beach

Both the west and south coast offer the sunniest weather on the island because they are located on the island’s leeward side. Still, there’s a bit of difference, especially during the winter months. That’s because the West Maui mountains lift and cool the moist ocean air coming from the northern coast (windward side), making it condense into rain. The more north, the higher your chance of rain while the weather in the south tends to be drier. We even noticed how it was raining in Kapalua when we just arrived from sunny Kaanapali, in the beginning of April. South Maui has the lowest chance of rain, Kapalua the highest.

It you prefer a cooler and drier climate, then you’ll love the Kula mountains. No aircon needed in this part of Maui, just a gentle breeze.

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Our preferred place to stay in Maui

We stayed at the Westin Maui Resort And Spa in Kaanapali. Since this was the most relaxing part of our three-week Hawaii island hopping adventure, we chose this beach resort with the kids in mind. The Westin Maui Resort and Spa has the most spectacular pool, is located right on Kaanapali Beach and hosts one of the most popular Maui luau shows. It turned out to be a great choice for a first trip to Maui.

Girl sliding down the pool slide in the Westin Resort, one of the best Maui hotels Hawaii

There’s something special about Maui (and Hawaii in general), something that keeps us longing for more. For a second visit, though, we’d probably book the Ritz-Carlton Kapalua because we loved the beach and the Kapalua Coastal Trail. Or we might check out the Wailea area, just to have a change of scenery and check out the renowned Ahihi Kinau Reserve snorkeling spot. The Grand Wailea Resort & Spa and Four Seasons at Wailea there do look heavenly, doesn’t they?

Where will you stay in Maui?

When you’ve come this far in the article, then A: Kudos to you, you’ve earned yourself a treat and B: You’ll probably have a good idea where is the best place in Maui to stay according to your personal travel style and interests. If so, then we’d love to hear all about it. If not, then let us know what piece of the puzzle is still missing from this article so we can perfect our Maui travel advice. Either way, the comment box is all yours.

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