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Lahaina Inn
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Reviewed 14 February 2011

This hotel for the price is good value the other reviews are correct about the noise etc, but we did'nt find it to to disturbing' or the room size an issue.

What I do object to is the manner of the only staff member that we have seen, a lady with short blonde hair. She is extermlely rude to the point of obnoxuois. So stay at the hotel if you do'nt mind being this spoken to by a grumpy staff me member. if the management fixed this problem it would be a four star for the value.

  • Stayed: February 2011
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Reviewed 25 January 2011

Myself and my partner stayed here in Summer '10, when we arrived there was nobody at reception desk (as is the case after 5pm every day). When lady eventually appeared she was snappy and not welcoming at all, while it was clean, our room was tiny with a large single bed when we had asked for a double room, when I asked about this I was met with the same cross and snappy tone that was prevalent everytime we encountered the lady of the house. We were woken by the sound of power washers and bin lorries on the street outside at 4am. One evening on our return from dinner we entered the inn to find a man and woman who appeared to be high on drugs or alcohol sitting in the lobby, as there was no staff present we felt quite vunerable and questioned the security of the establishment. Over this hotel was way over priced and delivered very bad customer service.

  • Stayed: July 2010, travelled as a couple
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JWKOI, Manager at Lahaina Inn, responded to this reviewResponded 26 January 2011

Aloha. Please note that on Sept. 1, 2010, the Lahaina Inn re-opened under new management by Hawaiian Hotels & Resorts, who also manage the Royal Lahaina Resort. The front desk at Lahaina Inn is this hotel is open from 11 AM until 7 PM. However 24 hour management and security assistance is available. Mahalo.

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Reviewed 26 December 2010

Being our first time on Hawaii, we chose Maui as our central island, and Lahaina as our central spot for travelling the whole island of Maui by car. A great place! We chose the Lahaina Inn, as it has been recommended several times in the Internet. After having been there, we cannot quite follow such recommendations. We stayed there for 7 nights in the Mauka Suite. The word "Suite" is not just what we understand it was: just one normal room with a king-size bed and a balkonee. But ok.
When choosing a hotel so centrally placed, one would not complaint about noise from bars around, or drunk people on the street, having fun. The trouble arouse the next morning: at exaktly 5:15 a.m. we were thrown out of the bed by a vulkanoe. It turned out to be the trash removal van, directly under our room. This was repeated every single following day - including Christmas - always between 5:15 and 6:00 a.m. The trash car was reliably followed by many other vans or trucks unloding stuff for the shops and restaurants neighboring Front St. So, at least we were early awake to start our aktivities over the island ...
The front desk of the "Lobby", only be manned from 8 a.m. To 8 p.m., only very scarcely took note of us, when we were entering or leaving the hotel. A simple "How wre you?" was not granted. If you really have a problem - or simply a question - the front desk reverts you to the manager at the "Royal Lahaina Resort", 10 miles away, who is doing the management of the Lahaina Inn.

After 7 nights, we had to move to the room next door, room #1, because when we made the reservation, the Mauka suite was already reserved over Christmas. Room #1, also facing to the front, towards Lahainaluna St., -and only having sight of a small part of the ocean, if you move your head by 90 degrees - is about half the size of Mauka suite, scarcely twice the size of the queen-size bed. And having the same problems with the noise as described for Mauka suite before. Plus: we have been "lucky" to neighboring a female couple in room #2, sitting on the balkonee of their room in the night both after midnight, as well as in the morning as just wakened by the trash removal at 5:15 a.m., and talking so loud, that we could literally understand every single word of their conversation.

Internet: Wi-Fi is free one hour (which nobody told us), and then costs 9.95 $/day.

Price: for 10 days (7 days Mauka suite and 3 days room #1) we paid over $ 1,800, including a car (economy) and paid parking.

Conclusion: we shall definitely come back to Hawaii, but will certainly be more thoughtful, when chosing a hotel.

  • Stayed: December 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 16 November 2010

My boyfriend and I stayed here for a few days in November, for $70 including tax you cannot go wrong. Going from a hostel room to a beautiful suite with a porch and a private washroom for $15 more with beautiful furniture... it was a dream come true! We knew for that price something had to be wrong with it and the next morning we discovered it was the noise in the morning, it starts at about 7:30 - 8 am and wakes you up for sure. So if you are looking to sleep in past 8 this place is not for you. If you're an early riser, THIS IS A TOTAL STEAL OF A ROOM. We are so lucky to have found such a beautiful room at this price.

  • Stayed: November 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 22 April 2010

The best part about this place: Location & price.

It's reasonably clean... could be cleaner though. There's that smell that old hotels tend to have.

It was our first stop in our honeymoon, and we were jet-lagged. Hawaii is about 5 hours before us. So we had a hard time enough sleeping, without the really loud garbage truck in the morning. And we paid for the upgrade to get the ocean view. The noise is about 30 mins to 1 hour long.

When I read the reviews online, I knew it was small, and I knew a garbage truck made noise in the morning. But I didn't realize it was that loud. You're there on your vacation. Sleep and rest are important.

The noise is a deal-breaker, I will not be back to the Lahaina Inn.

  • Stayed: April 2010, travelled as a couple
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