Explore Maui

Maui is Hawaii’s second largest island and world-renowned for its stunning natural beauty, luxurious lifestyle and experiential attractions. Repeatedly recognized as the “Best Island” by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler, escape to Maui to claim your slice of heaven.

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      Ka’anapali Area

      Connected by a three-mile beachfront walkway lined with a variety of restaurants and bars, this coastal town offers a great place to try some of Hawaii’s best regional specialties. A popular hot spot in this area is nearby Whalers Village. Many restaurants create their daily menus based on the fresh ingredients they source from local farmers, ranchers and fishermen.

      • A hand holding chopsticks is reaching for a poke bowl, which includes rice, avocado, salmon, and toppings like sesame seeds and seaweed.
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        West Maui Gems

        While restaurant choice is completely personal and subjective, here’s a few of our favorites for you to consider during your stay. Need more ideas? Visit our concierge.

        Leilani’s On the Beach
        Monkeypod Kitchen by Merriman
        Maui Brewing Company (Kaanapali)
        Hula Grill

        • A pan filled with rice dish, garnished with lemon wedges, cilantro, and several forks.
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          Favorite Local Treats

          Explore these Hawaiian delicacies.

          • Ululani’s Hawaiian Shave Ice: A unique Hawaiian delight.
          • Hawaiian Coffee: Savor the island's coffee culture.
          • Malasadas: Try these Portuguese-inspired treats.
          • Farm Stands and Farmers Markets: Discover fresh local produce.