Hawaii Maui Bed and Breakfast Inns
Lahaina Inn
— Lahaina, HI
Each guest room or spacious parlor... Read More
$150 - $200
Hale Ho'okipa Inn
— Makawao, HI
  • 5 room(s)
$95 - $160
Banyan Tree House
— Makawao, HI
Ethel Smith Baldwin, a prominent... Read More
  • 10 room(s)
$145 - $190
Old Wailuku Inn
— Wailuku, HI
  • 7 room(s)
$120 - $180

Hawaii Maui Bed & Breakfast Inns

The breathtaking, second largest island of Hawai'i has five distinct regions. Looking for a special gift to bring home? Try the unique shops in Wailuku and Kahului in the Central Maui region. Those looking for an easy hike can walk the paved pedestrian path in the 'Iao Valley State Park to view the iconic 'Iao Valley Needle. Visitors to the East Maui region can drive 52 miles with 620 curves, 59 bridges, and fantastic views on the legendary road to Hana. Take a dip in the picturesque, tiered Pools of O'heo, just a few minutes south of Hana. South Maui is the sunniest and driest region of the island and offers relaxing and romantic views of Lana'i, Molokini, and Kahoolawe. Don't feel like taking a boat to go whale watching? During the winter months, humpback whales can frequently be seen from shore in the Maalaea Harbor. The Upcountry Maui region is famous for paniolo, Hawaiian cowboys, and a thriving art scene. The Hui No'eau Visual Arts Center offers art classes and free gallery tours. Once a retreat for Hawaiian royalty, the West Maui region is now open to everyone. Watch the cliff diving ceremony every night at sunset at Kaanapali Beach. Golfers will love the two renowned courses in West Maui: Kaanapali Golf Gourses and Kapalua Golf.

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