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Wow. My husband and I found ourselves stuck on Maui due to poor weather and our flight cancelled. We fell upon the Paia Inn, and we are so happy we did. Our suite had a full kitchen, living room, office, extra bedroom. It had a...More
This is the perfect place in Maui. It's near the airport (great for your 1st night or a longer stay). Our suite had a wrap around porch with a large sofa on it. The living room and kitchen were large. The bed (AND pillows) were...More
We were so incredibly impressed by the hotel, the kindness by all of the staff (thank you Flo who offered her time to show us around the island!) and the food in the cafe! Our favorite stay while on Maui! It exceeded all expectations! They...More
We had room #12, which is sold as a suite with partial Oceanview. The View of the ocean is minuscule, but I will admit that I could see the ocean through the heavy vegetation on our veranda. The veranda is huge. I thought we would...More
The hotel is very unusual. The rooms are clean and each room is unique. It's a close walk to the beach - but we didn't use the beach there that much - I was with my 4 year old daughter and the waves are a...More
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Reservations are not required though I would recommend on a weekend. You can probably take food back to your room, but keep in mind that the rooms are very small and not conducive to eating. There is a table and chairs in... More
Reservations are not required though I would recommend on a weekend. You can probably take food back to your room, but keep in mind that the rooms are very small and not conducive to eating. There is a table and chairs in the common area where you can eat.