Wailea Beach Resort recently completed its sweeping $100 million transformation. To celebrate, the resort is offering a limited time celebration package that includes:
• Daily breakfast at Humble Market Kitchen by Roy Yamaguchi
• An exclusive Outrigger Canoe ride and “swim with the turtles” experience for two guests with a Hawaiian cultural expert and skilled waterman
Fore! Maui is a golfer's dream and Wailea is the perfect place for your tropical golf vacation. Bring your own clubs or rent a high end set at the course and enjoy golf every day you stay with us.
Book EARLY and Save BIG on fall travel! Reserve the Autumn Advance Purchase rate, at least 30 days in advance, for a stay between August 15 and December 23, 2016 and enjoy 25% off leisure rates at Marriott’s Maui Ocean Club – Molokai, Maui & Lanai Towers.
Book EARLY and Save BIG on fall travel! Reserve the Autumn Advance Purchase rate, at least 30 days in advance, for a stay between August 15 and December 23, 2016 and enjoy 25% off leisure rates at Marriott’s Maui Ocean Club – Lahaina & Napili Towers.
Book our Stay for Breakfast package and you'll be sure to get a jump on your day with the energy you need to see you through the day awaiting. Our hotels also offer complimentary wireless Internet, an added bonus so you're always connected when you're on the road!
This package includes:
Enjoy contemporary hotel design and amenities at the NEW Courtyard by Marriott Maui Kahului Airport. Centrally located in historic town Kahului, you're not far from attractions, beach or golf nearby.
Enjoy a day of golf for two at the stunning Wailea Golf Club. On a sunny day with gentle breezes, you can experience one of the best rated golf courses in the country. Between the quality of the courses, amenities, and the legendary spirit of aloha – you’ll be sure to have a memorable day on the course!
Golf Package includes:
Words cannot describe the beauty and awe of watching the sun come up through the clouds and above the crater at the summit of Haleakala, Maui's dormant volcano. On the drive up to the 10,000+ foot summit (and back down later in the day), you'll pass through a variety of different climates and see rare plants and animals along the way. At the top, witness the sky change colors as the sun comes up, and view other Hawaiian islands as the night turns to day.