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Recent Haiku reviews

  • Expansive views, relaxing retreat!

    "We loved this place! Only a few miles east of Paia, we expected it to be far from everything. But we found it very easy to get started onto the Road to Hana early, ahead of the crowds. Grocery stores are easily accessible in the town of Haiku, Makawoa and Pa'ia (Mana Foods!!). The north-facing, sweeping lawn slopes downward, allowing a lovely view of fruit trees and other lush green foliage, and the brilliantly blue ocean. We never tired of the views. Maui Ocean Breezes became a retreat for us. At dawn, I used the yoga hut for sunrise meditation. We ventured out early each morning, and usually came back here in the afternoon to swim in the saltwater pool, rinse under the outdoor shower, relax, nap and plan/prep, or change to go out to, dinner in nearby Pa'ia (Dazoo, Rock and Brews, Paia Fish Market). The retreat is the most modern of all the units and could comfortably sleep 3-4 people. Large windows on all sides provide views of the mountains and the sea.The open kitchen was well equipped, however some of the appliances could have been more thoroughly cleaned. We used the grill, with charcoal and kiawe wood chips and enjoyed the fresh bananas and papayas provided by our caretaker, Alex, a young man transplanted from Pennsylvania. The bed was comfortable and the closets sufficient. We loved the natural furniture and ample seating. In addition to two couches, large square meditation cushions were stacked in the front room, and with the cross breezes, proved to be an excellent mound on which to nap in the sun and breeze, like a cat. When we departed for Kihea for the second half of our trip, we seriously considered if we could return to this expansive and serene setting, if we didn't like the busy-ness of the more touristy West Maui area. We can't wait to go back!"
    Guest: Diane P. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 20, 2014
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  • Experience Maui

    "Loved the location as we wanted to be located on the North Shore. Enjoyed the country atmoshere with the Roosters to wake you each morning.Hana Highway was excellent,McKenna area superb snorkelling and town of Paia really a lot of fun. Do not miss the Fish Market."
    Guest: Daryl W. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 27, 2014
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  • Beautiful, Clean, Lots of amenities

    "Peahi Point is a beautiful villa with great views, brand new jacuzi and a great host/manager. Pictures posted here do not do justice. Usually renters expect less than what they see in pictures. We got to the house late in the evening as we wanted to do the Hana drive during the day. Batel was nice enough to wait for us and show everything about the house. We have stayed at other places but this was nothing short from a 5 star hotel. The studio is perfect for a couple. The house is in a perfect location, close to Hana drive, close to the airport, only 30 minutes from best beaches and boat tours. You need a car (everywhere in the islands). To get to the house be carefull when taking last left in the Hahana Hwy. Gps sometimes misses it and it may make you turn around couple times. Official sorry for not being able to say goodbye to you Batel. Our flight was early and we didnt not want to wake you up and say bye. Thank you so much."
    Guest: Sid and Des Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 1, 2014
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  • Excellent value and away from the crowds.

    "Let me start off by saying I just finished my second stay at Max and Tracey’s place and am having a hard time believing Tim from Wichita stayed in the same place. The first time I stayed in the Windward Suite and this time I stayed in the Leeward suite. As another reviewer said this is not your sterile resort experience. If that’s what you expect, then Kihei, Wailea or Kaanapali is for you. If not, then you’ll be at a place that is off the beaten tourist path, close to the wonderfully quirky towns of Hai’ku (you have to try Tuk Tuk if you like Thai food) and Pa’ia, magnificent beaches, Jaws, Ho’okipa, a spectacular farmer’s market, Maui’s beautiful upcountry, Haleakala, Hana - the list goes on and on. The place is exactly as advertised. It is not a luxurious studio, but perfectly functional, clean and adequate for a great vacation, again assuming you are not looking for a resort experience. There are geckos (lizards) inside – Hawaiians consider them to be good luck. They eat the bugs. Smelled of mold? All I smelled was the Gardenias placed by the bed. The property is amazing, filled with fruit trees, a gulch and spectacular views of the Pacific and a nice walk to the end of the road with views of the North Shore’s cliffs. Max and Tracey (and Buttercup) are some of the nicest people you will ever meet. Any problems are quickly taken care of. For example, one time there was no laundry detergent. Within 15 minutes, Max had some there. Maui is expensive. You will not find a better deal for $95/night – I've stayed in some at this price point and they are not as nice. And the place is legal and permitted, something you want to be sure of if you want to have a place to stay when you arrive. I’ll be back for another visit in a couple of months."
    Guest: Rob Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 24, 2014
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