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Where to stay in Kihei?
Best cheap hotels in Kihei
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
For those who would like to stay in a centrally situated area of Kihei, look for a hotel such as Oceanfront Paradise with room rates from 258US$. For a hotel in the city center of Kihei consider staying at Koa 3L. Guests planning to visit Waipuilani Beach district could consider booking a room at Kauhale Makai, which is a short walk from Sugar Beach.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Kihei
For a luxury stay in Kihei, think of Koa Lagoon, with quick access to Kalepolepo Fishpond and that features free self-parking, an outdoor swimming pool and a sunbathing terrace. Travelers will find several good chain hotels in Kihei, including the stylish Kihei Surfside and Sugar Beach, which has a tennis court, a golf course and a Jacuzzi.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Menehune Shores is a cozy apartment only 15 minutes' walk from Waimea Canyon State Park. Maui Parkshore 316 2 Bedroom Condo is a B&B apartment situated within walking distance from key attractions of Kihei such as Polo Beach. Families traveling to Kihei with children might consider staying at a hotel like Castle Kamaole Sands, boasting a tennis court, an indoor swimming pool and a golf course. For those who enjoy recreation, there are 9 hotels in Kihei, Maui What A Wonderful World Bed & Breakfast or Maui Coast Hotel among them.
City Guide: Discover the best of Kihei
Kihei is a city on the south coast of Maui County in Hawaii. It has grown from an average village to very touristy spot packed with numerous hotels, stores, houses and restaurants. Kihei has a very good location, just in the center of the island and thus lies in close proximity to other parts of Maui. The city is also blessed with all-year warm climate and is a perfect winter destination, contrary to other parts of Maui, which are usually get cold breezes. Another advantage of winter holidays in Kihei is the possibility to see whales from the shore. The city is famous for its massages and spa facilities.
Kihei hotels are numerous. To make the right choice, search for Kihei hotels on Booked.net. On the website you will find a range of hotels to meet your budget and preferences.
A number of entertainment opportunities exist in Kihei. For instance you can do one of the following and be sure that you will have a great time:
- Snorkeling in Kamaole Beach Park II. Otherwise, you can take a snorkel cruises from the Kihei Boat Ramp. Snorkel gear can be rent at local shops like Snorkel Bob's.
- Swimming at gorgeous Kihei beaches, such as Kamaole Beach Park I, II and III.
- Local parties called luau, which feature Polynesian music and dancing.
- Pond National Wildlife Refuge is the place to view Hawaii's endangered birds.
You can get the most beautiful view just by walking along the beaches during the sunset.
South Kihei Road is lined with various restaurants and stores. Star Markets are the places to go for nicely cooked food that you can take away and eat on the beach. It is worth noting that Maui is a rather small piece of land. Thus, if you would like to go travelling, Kihei is the right place to start your journey. For instance, you can make it to the gorgeous beaches of Makena as a daily trip. Otherwise, Ahihi Reserve and La Perouse Bay with snorkeling and hiking opportunities is an alternative. The old whaling town called Lahaina lies a bit north from Kihei and is also worth seeing. Haleakala National Park located in the heart of the island houses a volcanic crater and a mountain. The park stretches from 3055-meter summit of Haleakala to the Kipahulu coast and is a paradise on earth.
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