Book Sheraton Maui Resort for 10-65% Less
Top 4 Reasons to Stay at Sheraton Maui:
You can snorkel, scuba dive, swim, build sandcastles, or sail right outside the door
How much it costs: check rates and availabillity
Looking for a great room rate at Sheraton Maui Resort? You've come to the right place: our rates consistently beat other travel agencies - even the giants like Expedia, Travelocity, Orbitz, - and the hotel directly. We also offer many specials, like free nights, free breakfast, honeymoon upgrade, etc.
Here is a recent quote for a garden view room (7 nights, November 1-8, 2007, with 11.42% room tax included):
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Sheraton Maui Resort has definitely got the best part of Kaanapali Beach. It is build into the side of a cliff on the curving white-sand cove next to the famous Black Rock (Pu’u Keka’a), one of Maui’s best snorkeling spots. This 80-foot lava rock foundation that is featured in many Hawaiian legends is right in front of Sheraton Maui. Black Rock is a magic place, “hill creating strength through enlightment”.
The grounds at Sheraton Maui are enormous, encompassing 23 oceanfront acres. When you first enter the lobby, a panorama of natural wonders unwraps before your eyes: the cobalt blue Pacific, the golden sands of Kaanapali, coconut palms, neighboring islands in the distance, and a 142-yard fantastic oceanfront swimming lagoon surrounded by lush tropical landscaping. There are koi (carp) you can feed with fish food provided by the Sheraton – kids will love it.
After $160 million renovation, this hotel is more amazing than ever. It is one of best-known “fantasy hotels” in Hawaii.
Every detail has been thought of. Even when you check in, you will love their “no-hassle” procedure – the valet takes you and your luggage straight to your room, no time wasted standing in line at registration!
The rooms are spread among 6 buildings, each no taller than 6 stories. Your room will be decorated with tropical furnishings (bamboo and rattan), custom bedspread, Hawaiian artwork, and amenities galore, right down to toothbrushes and toothpaste.
Private balcony (lanai) is wonderful for sitting out and watching the waves, resort’s tropical gardens or West Maui mountains.
Are you looking for a really amazing view? Deluxe ocean front rooms (view rates) in the newer wings (Hale Moana and Hale Hoku) offer some of Maui’s best panoramic views of the Pacific. Those rooms also have microwave oven in addition to regular amenities.
3. Things to do
1) Keka'a Terrace
Stroll across a wooden bridge and over a fresh water Koi pond to discover the casual comfort of Keka’a Terrace. Gentle trades whisper through the open-air dining room all day long where you can enjoy breakfast and dinner daily.
Want to try something special? How about Chef’s Catch of the Day prepared Ala Oscar: Sautéed and topped with Alakan King Crab legs, fresh Ma’alaea Asparagus and finished with a Bearnaise Sauce? They also offer regular themed dinner buffets.
You can sit indoors or outside, and enjoy the breathtaking view of the Black Rock in the distance.
2) Teppan-Yaki Dan
Have your dinner grilled right in front of you by an artistic chef! Food can be described as contemporary Japanese, very flavorful, fresh and exotic.
3) Dinner Under Stars
Have you always wanted to have an exclusive dinner prepared just for the two of you? You choose one of 3 pre-set menus and location – in the middle of a lush tropical garden, next to a cascading waterfall, or in the privacy of a beachfront dinner bungalow. A private butler will serve your dinner that will include 4 or 5 courses such as filet mignon, fresh island fish, and sumptuous island dessert.
4) Lagoon Bar and Lounge
Wander through the gardens and cross a wooden bridge to find the Lagoon Bar nestled on a cozy island amidst a lava-rock lagoon. Enjoy a refreshing tropical treat or hot barbecule lunch as you bask in the Hawaiian sun. In the evening, they have live Hawaiian and contemporary music. This is also a great place to watch the traditional cliff diving and torch lighting ceremony at sunset.
Consider comparable Maui hotelsHere are the links to similar hotels: Hyatt Regency Maui (5 stars) and Ritz-Carlton Kapalua (5 stars).
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