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Recent Haiku reviews

  • Wonderful place

    "We needed a place to stay in a pinch while my father recovered from an emergency surgery while on vacation in Maui. Tom went above and beyond to help us during what was a challenging time for our family. We stayed in the 2 bedroom suite and it was neatly decorated, clean and comfortable- just what our family needed. I would recommend it if you are looking for a quiet place, away from the hustle and bustle of tourists."
    Guest: Wendy Y. Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 5, 2014
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  • Lovely cottage with easy access to volcano and Pa'ia. Come and stay a while.

    "We just stayed at this lovely, roomy, tastefully decorated and very clean cottage. John and Maggie were very welcoming and had placed some fresh flowers and fruits in the house for our arrival. Later we found a gift of bananas by the door upon returning from a day trip. Our son loved the big tub of beach toys that he could choose from and entertained himself with those both on and off the beach. There are several beaches at close driving distance, including a "baby beach" (exit highway 36 at Nonohe Pl) that is protected from large waves. There was also a varied selection of movies that included kid friendly ones for us to enjoy. We loved driving all the pretty roads around Ha'iku when we went on our day trips and discovered yet a different side of Maui after staying in Hana and Napili. We explored the Haleakala Crater from this cottage and found the drive there easy. As a bonus, we had a nice unclouded view of the volcano on most evenings. A perfect spot for those who want to get away from the resort crowd. John and Maggie, thanks for a wonderful stay!"
    Guest: M+T+A Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 9, 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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  • The Perfect Honeymoon Location!

    "I’ve always wanted to go to Hawaii, but I’ve never been a fan of big hotels. So when I came across “Huelo Point Lookout” I just knew it would be the perfect place our honeymoon. We wanted the ‘real’ Hawaii and we got it! Huelo Point Lookout was perfect for us. With its relaxed ‘beach house’ kind of feel and fun tropical colors, it was no time at all before we felt completely ‘at home.’ We were coming in late, so Sharyn arranged to have a beautiful welcome breakfast in the fridge for us so we didn’t have to cope with late night luggage, car rentals AND shopping. We were able to just head to the B&B straight from the airport. Sharyn had given us great directions and the house was all lit up for us, complete with a welcome note on the door. Wow! We walked in to beautiful tropical flowers everywhere and a gorgeous fruit basket. Inside the fridge was a bottle of pinot grigio (my favorite) – and a fresh-cut chilled coconut. The hot tub was hot and waiting for us… can I say ‘wow’? What a blissful week it was. Every morning, we woke up to the sun rising out of the ocean. Huelo Point Lookout made a GREAT ‘jumping off’ point for all the island’s attractions. We got a great jump on the road to Hana by being closer than if we’d stayed in the more built up areas and had the whole Hana road to ourselves. Same with the crater. We did a couple of fancy dinners over on ‘the other side’, which was great fun, but way too built up for us. We REALLY loved being on the North shore – all the natural beauty … that great ‘off the beaten path’ feel … but only 20 mins away from fabulous restaurants, groceries and shopping. Can’t wait to come back for our anniversary! (And I see from the visitor’s book that lots of previous guests feel the same way). Five stars isn’t enough! How about TEN? Oh, and by the way, you don’t have to rent the whole house. If there are just 2 of you, you can rent “Ocean Lookout”. That’s the top floor. That saves a bit of money and no one is in the lower floor at the same time, so we always had total privacy (not to mention a great massage chair). The views are incredible from every room – all the way to Hana along the whole of Maui’s north shore."
    Guest: Lori Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 18, 2014
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