Boutique Hotels in Maui, HI

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There are many things to fall in love with in Maui, such as its sheer natural beauty, laid back atmosphere, impressive history, a never-ending supply of beautiful beaches, waterfalls, landmarks, snorkeling opportunities, and lush gardens, to name just a few. If you want to explore all that Hawaii is known for, this is where to go. It is said that ‘Maui no ka oi‘, which means ‘Maui is the best.’ From picture-perfect beaches, volcanic landscapes, and tropical forests and gardens, Maui just might be the closest thing to paradise there is. Make yourself comfortable in one of the many boutique hotels the island has to offer and explore Hawaii with ease.

Seeing the past and present in Maui (HI)

In small towns such as Paia and Hana, you can see remnants of the past mixed with the present. Look out for the ancient heiau, which are platforms once used as places of worship and mostly made from stone. These line the surrounding busy roadways. Next up should be the old missionary homes made from coral and brick, which, however, nowadays house broadcasting networks. Then, you can also see antique smokestacks of sugar mills towering above the town’s communities.

While you are strolling down the streets, why not visit one of the eclectic but cozy local shops? A popular one is Upcountry Makawao's Komoda Store and Bakery. This place can feel like stepping into another country entirely or even back in time. It is interesting to know that the local children are blending English, Hawaiian, Japanese, Chinese, Portuguese, Filipino, and other languages into one colorful tongue. Hawaii is a melting pot like no other.

It is best to get a rental car to discover Maui in comfort and at your own leisure. You can easily drive around the island and will soon find that the island's roads skirt the edge of the coastline in a large sideways figure "8" shape, which makes seeing everything Maui has to offer a walk in the park.

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