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I was pretty excited to stay at the Lahaina Inn when my trip was booked to Maui. Like everyone says, the location is great! I could walk just about everywhere I needed to go, including the two blocks to my car for the hotel parking....More
The hotel was in a great location, as mentioned... But, there were too many inconveniences to mention. Luckily, I only had to endure one evening there. If you got back to the hotel after 7pm, which I did, the entrance door is locked and you...More
My boyfriend and stayed here for one night. It is a pretty interesing place to stay and has a lot of history. The hotel is exactly what we imagine the Eagles' song Hotel California would be. I was waiting to see a ghost... anyways, great...More
Yes, the location was convenient and easy, but the next trip I will find another accomodation. There were little ants all over the chest of drawers, the wood floors appeared not to have been cleaned or buffed in years, the bathroom could have been better...More
We stayed two nights at the Lahaina Inn at the tail in of our stay on Maui. This property has lots of character and is centrally located in downtown Lahaina.
The check in process was painfully slow for reasons I could not comprehend. There is...More
Response from jnewmanhr | Reviewed this property |
I agree with Christine's answer on rental cars and shuttles NOT being included/nor available through the Inn. There are a couple of parking lots on the same street as the Inn, but the one that Christine is referring to was... More
I agree with Christine's answer on rental cars and shuttles NOT being included/nor available through the Inn. There are a couple of parking lots on the same street as the Inn, but the one that Christine is referring to was full. There was one kind of around the corner where we parked and it was $3 more per day.