Honua Kai Resort & Spa

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R$ 3503

Este grande hotel de luxo está rodeado por luxuriantes jardins tropicais, e situado diretamente na Praia Kaanapali Norte, uma das melhores praias para snorkelling e mergulho de Maui. O centro de Lahaina e o aeroporto de Kapalua ficam a 20 minutos de carro e o centro comercial Whaler's Village fica a...

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Entrada a partir de: 15:00

Saída até: 11:00

Este grande hotel de luxo está rodeado por luxuriantes jardins tropicais, e situado diretamente na Praia Kaanapali Norte, uma das melhores praias para snorkelling e mergulho de Maui. O centro de Lahaina e o aeroporto de Kapalua ficam a 20 minutos de carro e o centro comercial Whaler's Village fica a poucos passos. O hotel conta com receção 24 horas, check-in e check-out expresso, serviço de porteiro, WIFI grátis em todo o hotel, restaurante, bar, 2 ginásios, spa, 3 piscinas exteriores e estacionamento (taxas extra). Há acesso para cadeiras de rodas.

130 Kai Malina Pkwy, Lahaina, HI 96761, USA - Kaanapali, Hawaii - Estados Unidos - 96761

Comodidades do estabelecimento

Entrada a partir de: 15:00

Saída até: 11:00

Avaliação dos hóspedes


Pontuação dos viajantes
  • Excelente


  • Muito Bom


  • Bom


  • Razoável


  • Ruim


Perfil dos viajantes
  • Negócios


  • Romântica


  • Viagem a sós


  • Família


  • Viagem com amigos


Resumo das pontuações
  • Atendimento

  • Custo-benefício

  • Limpeza

  • Localização

  • Qualidade do sono

  • Quartos


Avaliou em 20 de novembro de 2019

Fomos obrigados a dar um cartão de crédito onde passaram U$280 ( mais de R$1200 com iof e etc..) que seria um "calção" para o "resort fee" que seria cobrado no final. O resort fee (uma taxa que é bem ridícula, feita somente pada os hotéis enganarem o hóspede, onde inclui serviços q mesmo que você diga que NÃO QUER UTILIZAR, é OBRIGATORIA!!! Patetico) nos foi informado no check in q seria no valor de u$20 por dia, ou seja u$80 ao final. E o resto seria estornado do cartão. Ao fazer o check out, o valor de resort fee cobrado foi de u$40 por dia! Pedimos para pagar em dinheiro e que fizessem o estorno integral no cartão. O recepcionista nos informou que faria o estorno. Até hoje esse valor NÃO FOI ESTORNADO!! Já ligamos para o hotel e a resposta é para aguardarmos! O qhe estao

Renata M

Caro e bom

Avaliou em 25 de fevereiro de 2017

Limpeza e arrumação a cada 2 noites, ponto fraco por algo caro. De resto, só elogios. As piscinas, as áreas verdes, a Praia (bonita e boa pra snorkel, não pra se banhar ou pras crianças pois rapidamente fica funda com fundo de corais). Não vi nada do que reclamaram de odores (só ao passar por alguns aptos em reforma, mas o esperado pra uma reforma e localizado na porta dos mesmos). Perto de mercados, restaurantes, outras praias bacanais. Mas é caro, de fato.


Muito bom mas um pouco longe

Avaliou em 31 de julho de 2013

Local muito acolhedor, os apartamentos são muito bons e completos com todos os eletrodomésticos necessários. Excelente parque aquático.Pessoal muito atencioso inclusive para dicas turisticas da ilha, mas minha recondação é não ir ao free breakfast oferecido pois é pura perda de tempo, pois eles procuram vender excursões. Há cobrança de tarifa de resort não especificada na reserva e o hotel é um pouco distante de Lahaina.

Fabio F

Great experience

Avaliou em 17 de março de 2023

We just returned from a 10 day trip to Hanua Kai, at the Hokulani Tower. We stayed on the 6th floor and had a wrap around balcony. We had a perfect trip. The weather was rough the first day but after that it was sunny skies and warm temperatures the entire time we were there. Our room had two large bedrooms and two full baths. We had a washer and dryer in our room which I used every day - this was a massive perk and reduced the amount of clothes we had to bring on the trip. We had groceries delivered to our room before we arrived as we didn't get to the resort until midnight. It was expensive but well worth it as we woke up the next morning and were able to have a full breakfast. The kitchen was great - no issues at all. The condo is very large and gave our kids lots of space to avoid each other when they wanted to. We had two kids in one room and our teen son slept on the pull-out sofa in the living room. My husband and I were in the other room. The views from our balcony were unbelievable; like a picture. There were cherry pickers in the centre courtyard as workers were painting the building and doing some upgrades. You honesty didn't even notice them after a while. No big deal. My kids played soccer in the little field there when they didn't want to swim. The beach is right at the resort and you can rent umbrellas or people would offer you theirs after they were done. My kids swam in the ocean every single day. There are lots of pools as well, and we swam in them every day as well and every night - they had the whole area lit up with tiki lights. It was very relaxing. There are two small stores, one in each tower. Prices are a bit nuts but you are on vacation so you have to expect the pricing will be higher. There is underground parking included in the tower and it's very easy to use; no issues with finding a spot and it's super quick to the elevator and back to your room. The area in general (Kaanapali) is wonderful and I preferred it to Wailea. We went to Wailea one afternoon to check out one of the more expensive resorts and it looked like you had to take a shuttle to the beach. I'm glad we never had to do that. Kaanapali is much more family friendly and relaxed, we liked the vibe there much more than Wailea. This resort is very close to stores and restaurants and walking distance to the Luau we attended near Black Rock beach. There is a really nice walking path along the beach that I walked early every morning that runs along the shore and passes lots of other resorts. Many people going for runs and walks here every day. Everyone is pleasant and in a good mood; we met lots of tourists from the United States and everyone was super friendly. We watched the sunset on the beach every night. My two daughters got stung by a jellyfish one day but it was a fairly quick recovery. The beach area can be rocky so wear water shoes. We bought some at the ABC store down the street. There is a grocery store a 5 minute drive away as well as a Starbucks; you can buy all your groceries there. There is a parking lot with food trucks in it in the other direction, (turn left instead of right out of the resort) very quick drive. We had some amazing Malasadas there one afternoon. There is also a fun breakfast restaurant called Slappy Cakes where the kids make their own pancakes at the table. This was a two minute or less drive from the resort. The resort has 4 bbqs that are free to use down by the pools and we bbq'd a few nights with food we bought at the grocery store which was awesome - we were able to make really good meals and enjoy them on our balcony for a fraction of the cost of going to a restaurant. We had almost zero interaction with the resort staff because we had no issues the entire time we were there so I can't comment on that. The staff at the small stores were friendly. They sell gelato and smoothies downstairs which my kids loved. There are multiple elevators in the building so you can get around very easily and get back to your room within minutes from the beach or the pools. It is also very close to Front Street (maybe a ten minute drive) where there are lots of little shops and restaurants. We really loved the Ululani shaved ice there, which we had almost every day, I may never want shaved ice again as long as I live - and we ate dinner at Kimo's and Down the Hatch, as well as others. You can just walk right into any restaurant or store to shop and it's right on the ocean. There is a restaurant called Dukes at the resort which was pretty good. We ate here a few times. There can be a wait to get in so they text you when your table is ready. There are restaurants at the other resorts along the beach as well - you can easily walk to them by walking along the shoreline path. There were many whales there this time of year and we saw whales constantly from our balcony and from the beach. It was almost unbelievable, they would jump right out of the water. We were told they are common this time of year. Just keep your eyes on the road when driving because they can be a distraction! We had a great trip here. It was a very long journey for us, 12 hours of flying, but we feel it was worth it and we would recommend it. I hope this information is helpful to others.



Avaliou em 10 de março de 2023

We stayed there February 8 through the 15th. We stayed in room 331. We had issues with roaches in our room. We contacted management the second day about the issue. They asked if we were going to be away from the room so they could have their maintenance team look at the room. They sprayed and put out traps. We got back none spotted. The next morning they were running on the counter tops and floor. We asked for another room and none available. We said this was not acceptable. They called a pest control company and they came in and treated the room. That night nothing but the next morning they were running again on the counter tops and floor.. we kept all our food in the refrigerator or on the balcony. There was know compensation for our troubles just I am sorry and will let management know. We will not stay there again.