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3 Nights in March (Kihei/Wailea) area?

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3 Nights in March (Kihei/Wailea) area?

Already staying at Aston MKV for my final four nights. Looking for the Kihei or Wailea area for my first 3 nights in Maui. 3 Adults in total and looking to not spend more that $250 a night. I've seen Maui Coast Hotel, Castle Kamaole Sands in that range. Any other suggestions? Would like something more of a Hotel for these 3 nights since my last 4 will be at a condo. Would like something with a nice pool / bar area. Any ideas?

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1. Re: 3 Nights in March (Kihei/Wailea) area?


May not be in your budget, but have you checked the Makena Beach Resort and the Marriott Wailea? You could get lucky!

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2. Re: 3 Nights in March (Kihei/Wailea) area?

Castle Kamaole Sands has a very mediocre pool area IMO based on a trip a few years ago. It is a condo complex. It was not horrible, just nothing glamorous.

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3. Re: 3 Nights in March (Kihei/Wailea) area?

Curious why you wouldn't stay put in that condo for a week? Maui isn't that big, and you'd probably spend less per night if you rented a full week. It's hardly worth provisioning a condo for less than a week.

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