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Adventure Sport Hotels in Lahaina

Looking to hang ten on the waves or hang out under the sea on a snorkeling expedition? Lahaina, Hawaii's best-value adventure sport hotels make staying and playing on Maui friendly on any budget. Check out these properties for your Lahaina play-and-stay adventure.
from $205
Activity Planning a Plus at Ka'anapali Beach Hotel
Adventure-seekers want to make every minute of their time on Maui count. The hotel's on-site Ho'okipa Department activity experts give guests the details on all the complimentary sports and recreational activities offered. After a lively day in the sun, the hotel hops with evening entertainment featuring hula dancing and fabulous Hawaiian fare.AAA card-carrying sports travelers should ask about current AAA Ka'anapali Beach Hotel deals on comfortable rooms with amenities including HDTVs, mini refrigerators, and tea and coffee makers.
from $235
Adventure Central on the Beach at Royal Lahaina Resort
The Royal Lahaina Resort is an adventure seeker's one-stop shop. Its beachside activities center can outfit you with snorkeling gear in the morning and offer boogie boards for an afternoon on the waves. When guests are ready to call it a day, they can relax and rejuvenate in a guest room or one- or two-bedroom suite in the Lahaina Kai Towers or a room and suite in the Cottages.Don't miss making reservations for the Royal Lahaina Resort Luau. Feast on island fare, witness flaming pyrotechnic displays, and be swept away by enchanting Polynesian music flowing with the night breezes.
from $339
Private Lanais Link with Rooms at Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa
This 40-acre resort on Ka'anapali Beach treats guests to Maui's stunning ocean and mountain scenery. The rooms themselves are spacious with private lanais/balconies offering unforgettable views. Room options include standard doubles and kings or majestic deluxe suites with amenities covering food and beverages to shower/bathing facilities.Snorkelers will appreciate the easy access to Black Rock at the north end of Ka'anapali Beach for up-close views of turtles, damsel fish, and even the former Hawaiian state fish, the Humuhumunukunukuapuaa. After a day of snorkeling, venture back for the resort's Drums of the Pacific Luau (reservations required) complete with sumptuous food and drink, traditional Polynesian music, and authentic Pacific Island dancing.