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Beach Hotels in Lahaina

Lahaina is an old historic town on the western end of Maui, Hawaii, that is enjoying a recent boost in popularity. The famous Front Street is full of life, bustling with art galleries, restaurants, historic shops, and the Whaler's General Store. As a destination visited by more than two million people each year and the gateway to two famous beaches, Kaanapali and Kapulua, Lahaina has the charm of yesteryear. Finding a charming beachfront hotel that won't break the bank is easy when you use Hipmunk to explore your options.  
from $194
Kaanapali Beach Hotel: Rooftop Terrace
This beautiful hotel on the Maui coast has 430 rooms, so one is sure to fit your budget. The Kaanapali Beach Hotel has a spectacular rooftop terrace and garden with panoramic views of the ocean. It is also one of few hotels that offer child care and activities if you want to take off for the day. You can also play golf, have a cocktail in the lounge, or take a dip in the pool.
from $189
Royal Lahaina Resort: Near the Beach
Just minutes from Black Rock and Kaanapali Beach, the Royal Lahaina Resort sits nestled along two golf courses and offers a concierge to direct you to the many water sports nearby. After a day of activities mapped out from the resort map, try the pool and spa to relax. To top it off, Royal Lahaina Resort fronts beautiful Kaanapali Beach, named one of the best beaches in Maui, making it a great choice for families, honeymooners, or business professionals.
from $115
Kaanapali Ocean Inn: Private Balconies
If you're looking for a budget inn on the beach, try the Kaanapali Ocean Inn. The Inn has 56 air-conditioned rooms with private balconies. Swim in the outdoor pool, relax at the spa, or ask the concierge for a place to workout. After a long day of sightseeing, unwind by ordering tasty morsels from room service.
from $199
Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa: Wonderful Dining Options
The Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa spreads out on the waterfront with 806 beautiful rooms. After a day of visiting tourist attractions, relax on your lanai or rest your head on the pillow-top bed. Work up a sweat with a game of tennis, go to the health club, or swim in the pool. Better yet, take the day off with a full spa treatment or a facial. Lahaina has much to offer vacationers, and with a little research ahead of time, you can find a perfect hotel to serve as your home base after a busy day of taking in the beauty and culture of Maui. No matter where you end up staying, you'll find much to love in Lahaina and the rest of the island.
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