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Grand Wailea Astoria is hands down the best hotel to stay at while in Wailea, Hawaii. My husband and I stayed here 3/14-3/21, while attending a medical conference. Staff is very attentive and friendly. Plus, they are up-to-date with technology and communicate via text. I...More
I had the opportunity to visit Grand Wailea for a business conference. It is in Hawaii, so you start off with a beautiful location and the property just adds another layer.
You get great service, pleasant staff and an adjoining beach that overlooks the Molokini...More
This was our first experience at the Grand Wailea, so we came in virtually as rookies. Of course we read reviews and did our research in advance of booking. We've been to Maui many times and typically stay in the Ka'anapali area, which we LOVE....More
The room was a great size and the amenities were perfect. Everyone that we interacted with seemed to truly care about our happiness and made us feel at home. Will definitely look to return on our next trip to Maui.
We stayed here with a business convention in February 2018. We had an Oceanview upgraded room, which provided lovely views every morning and a small balcony with chairs to enjoy the view. The rooms were nice - nothing spectacular, but updated bathrooms, nice facilities. The...More
The good news is that the paved walking path by the beach outside the Grand Wailea extends 2 miles to the south and well up to the north as well. Just a 15 minute walk south, with simply amazing, breathtaking vistas, is a... More
The good news is that the paved walking path by the beach outside the Grand Wailea extends 2 miles to the south and well up to the north as well. Just a 15 minute walk south, with simply amazing, breathtaking vistas, is a fantastic seafood restaurant, "Nick's Fishmarket" which offers outdoor patio seating and views. If it's dark when you walk back to the GW, most of the paved path is very well lit, but in the few dark sections everyone breaks out their smart phone lights for safe stepping. You'll pass a number of other top restaurant locations getting there and back, including the Four Season's. Just up some steps out of the entrance to the left is the path to a nice sized shopping center with a number of good restaurant choices with real variety as well. But if you're willing to walk up the hill along the road (no sidewalks) past the golf course across the street from the GW you will find the Monkey Pod everyone is talking about. Very good family menu but for the adults they make a Mai Tai that is award-winning and legendary. A bit down the hill you'll find several fantastic family-friendly Italian restaurants. The GW concierge can help set up reservations and get names for any or all of these! Good luck and enjoy!
Response from samZ9716BB | Reviewed this property |
That should be fine. They didn't really police the wrist bands so if you have people visiting you that should be ok. It might be an issue if they try to use the water slides etc in the park without a wrist band