I really want to like this hotel as it is in one of the oldest still-standing buildings in Lahaina Bay. But the first thing to hit you when entering the lobby is a strong dank musty odor, similar to old used gym socks. There is no elevator and one has to lug their luggage up the stairs. Parking is $15 extra and 3 blocks away. We upgraded to the "junior suite", which looks as though it has been renovated with new paint and updated bathroom fixtures. The worst of the experience is the noise. It started at 8:30pm when we returned to dinner to hear a couple down the hall screaming at each other. This was to go on again from 12:00am til 3:30am. They were periodically drowned out by the Mexican band that played until midnight. Lastly came the powered leaf blower that started in the parking lot right below our window at 5:45am on a Sunday morning! We will not return.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This boutique inn was recently remodeled and is situated in the heart of historic Lahaina Town. Just off of Front Street guests enjoy easy access to the many local restaurants, bars, art galleries, shops, historical sites, and Lahaina Harbor. Lahaina Inn guests enjoy complimentary shuttle services to Kaanapali Beach and full access to the resort amenities and prime beachfront location at Lahaina Inn's sister property- the Royal Lahaina Resort. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Lahaina Hotel Lahaina
- Lahaina Inn Maui