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Recent Haiku reviews

  • Relaxing cabin and perfect hideaway

    ""We stayed at Hunters Cabin for 1 week and had wished to stay forever or at least one more week ;). Haiku is the perfect base to travel around Maui - far away from common tourism - and the cabin offered everything we needed. A comfortable bed, a well equiped kitchen, a clean bathroom, a cosy livingroom with TV and WIFI. Hunter is a very nice and host who is there if you need him, but leaves you alone if you wish to have a quiet time for yourself. At the end we could say: "We would love to come back one day - that's for sure!!!!""
    Guest: Frank-Thorsten M. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 17, 2014
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  • house of Bliss, Lives up to it's name!!!

    "We wanted a SPECIAL place to enjoy a family celebration of family retirements, and reunions... We found it, and MORE....much more!!! The photos found here on line are exactly what you find on arrival!!! But photos can't convey the awesome feeling upon seeing it for the first time!!!! The house was filled with the aroma of fresh cut flower arrangements in beautiful vases, the lights were at a romantic level with lovely soft Hawaiian music playing throughout. I think I mentioned to my husband "I've died and gone to Heaven".... I cannot say enough about this home....A holiday is what you make it, for the most part....but I say accommodation as BLISSFUL as this, truly adds so much calm, to an already super amazing holiday in Maui!!!! The kitchen is spectacular, and we cooked all of our meals during our MONTH LONG STAY!!! We were a party of 8 seniors, who had an amazing time in this spacious home. The herb garden was a fantastic asset when cooking our meals...The fruit trees, a scrumptious addition each day for breakfast, and picnics. The bedrooms are spacious and beds are comfortable...lots of linens and towels. We enjoyed the grounds, the pool, hot tub and sauna...after full days of touring and sightseeing, and beaching...this was an absolute joyful home to come back to unwind, relax, and recap our days with our family......so much fun!!! So many amazing memories to cherish!!!!"
    Guest: judy c. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: April 2, 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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  • 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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Haiku Travel Tips

Haiku Condos Are Made for Every Type of Guest

If you are one of the many people who have dreamt of owning or renting Maui lodging, now is your chance. Haiku, Maui is an unincorporated village which is perfect for honeymoons, families with children, or elderly guests looking for a tropical paradise. Haiku condos are a few steps from the white sandy beaches Hawaii is well known for. Your private Haiku vacation rentals yield full kitchens and large dining areas to make the entire family comfortable.

Haiku Vacation Rentals at the Volcanoes

Water sports are the main attraction for visitors to Haiku vacation rentals, but there is more than scuba diving or snorkeling in Maui. Haiku boasts of having a plethora of striking volcanoes, and of course, there is always the rainforest for nature-lovers to visit, close to Maui lodging. When you stay at Haiku condos, you have the opportunity to sign up for canopy tours. It is possible to see the island from a different perspective as you ride along the zip line looking out at the beaches and ocean in the distance.

Maui Lodging Can Be a Kayaker’s Paradise

Water activities are definitely the main reason many visitors travel to Maui lodging each year. When you snorkel from the beach or a boat, it is possible to see magnificent coral reefs, tropical fish, and the occasional turtle. If you would rather stay above the water, parasailing or kayaking experiences can be found close to Haiku vacation rentals. Many of the shops surrounding your accommodations will have rentals for any activity you wish to partake in.

Haiku Condos Are Where Exploration Awaits the Entire Group

Have you always wanted to golf on a course overlooking the sea below? Now is your chance with Haiku condos, where you can take advantage of golf courses a few feet away from your accommodation. Golfing is one of the sports you can enjoy on Maui. There are also tennis courts, biking, and horseback riding adventures. To truly explore the island, you may wish to rent a car to move from the rental to shops, marinas, museums and golf courses.

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