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The Days Inn was one of the cheapest places we could find but it was beyond what we thought we would get. The rooms are standard, nothing too special but it is right on the beach and has a restaurant at the bottom of the...More
My wife and I got to Maui a day before our family showed up so we found this little place. Yes the rooms are a little on the small side but we were not spending much time in the room. Out our door and just...More
Response from DaysInn M, Guest Relations Manager at Days Inn by Wyndham Maui OceanfrontResponded 29 March 2018
Thank you for the five star review, we are glad you and your wife enjoyed your visit and we could meet all your traveling needs; we look forward to seeing you in the future.
Was very surprised by this hotel. First, it is close to a great beach (about 100-200 feet). Value is great, free parking and low rates. Close walk downtown and to shops at Wailea. Quiet at night. Rooms cool and clean.
This hotel is obviously older and has been renamed several times. The current owners have done a wonderful job of cleaning and decorating so the rooms are very pleasant. However, there are some definite signs of aging. If the older appearance doesn't bother you, you...More
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Nice staff, footsteps from the beach. Very pretty, will stay next time in Maui. Also less than 10 minutes walk from tons of shops & restaurants. It is next to a hostel, so there is a party environment but its never loud or disturbing.
Response from cactus140 | Reviewed this property |
Larry is correct, there are 4 "ocean front" rooms 2 up and 2 down. The problem with the downstairs rooms are the patio is part of the restaurant, and dinner is served there. You will be looking out your window watching... More
Larry is correct, there are 4 "ocean front" rooms 2 up and 2 down. The problem with the downstairs rooms are the patio is part of the restaurant, and dinner is served there. You will be looking out your window watching people eat dinner. The bathroom is another problem. There is no fan, you have to open your window to vent the steam from your shower. The problem with that is again your window is right on the patio, and if you shower in the evening, open the window to vent the steam, you will be the "nudie show" for the diners. If you want ocean front, I suggest you spring for the suite, as it is upstairs and has a deck.
They advertise that they have roll-away beds and cribs available, so they probably only charge for adults in the room, not children (so "2" on your reservation means 2 adults and your child stays free).