Wailea Beach Marriott Resort & Spa

On our recent trip to Maui we stayed at the Wailea Beach Marriott Resort & Spa for 8 days. Once landing in Maui and getting our rental car we took the drive from the airport to Wailea in what I would classify as a torrential down pour. Barely being able to see the road we arrived safely in Wailea. It was night when we checked into the hotel and too dark to see the beautiful grounds that surrounded this lovely resort. We were greeted promptly by the bell hop and then headed to the check in desk where we had an upgrade to an ocean view room.

The room was great with a very comfortable king size bed, which we couldn’t wait to climb into after our long day of travel. Another great feature of the room was the balcony or lanai as they call it over in Hawaii was a great place to sit on while eating your room service, which I must say had some great selections of food. Since you don’t spend all that much time in your room while Maui I would not suggest spending extra on the ocean front rooms, an ocean view room is sufficient enough. The Wailea Beach Marriott Resort & Spa has over 497 rooms throughout 7 buildings called “hales” meaning homes. We stayed in hale 2 which was located close to the main building, the pool and the walkway along the ocean.

Our first full day in Maui the sun was shinning bright and the only sign of the rain from the night before was all of the water on the ground, but that did not matter as we were in Hawaii. The Wailea Beach Marriott Resort & Spa features some beautiful views, and landscaping. Although it is not directly on the beach it is a short walk to Wailea Beach and Ulua Beach. The resort also features three pools, one geared towards children, one for everyone and one for the 18 and older crowd. The adult pool, which was an infinity pool, was fabulous with cabana’s available for rent that were situated right on the water. For those not looking to spend extra money multiple lounge chairs surrounded the pool.

The Wailea Beach Marriott Resort & Spa puts on a luau titled Te Au Moana which we went to one night. The admission cost was well worth it. The all you can eat buffet had many traditional and non traditional dishes which pleased all of the guests and to top it off the show was outstanding. With dancing and singing and fire, a night at the luau is a definite must do when you visit Hawaii.

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