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We ended up getting a larger room with two beds thanks to the wonderful receptionist, Sheryl.
Our room had a porch with two rocking chairs and overlooked a parking lot and rooftops. Still, it was nice to sit outside. The beds were comfy and the...More
Right down the street from a Banyan tree that looks like it comes out of the movie "Avatar", this hotel is awesome! Lahaina used to be an old whaling town, and this spot captures the essence of what this town is about. I have never...More
I stayed there one night. The check in guy told me there is a $100 fee for lost key. He then repeated that it will cost $100 if the key is not returned. A third time he said if I lost the key it would...More
Can't beat the location! Plenty of restaurants, shopping, the marina, everything you need. We had an oversized room that was well furnished. Our reception and check in was friendly and quick. Part of the charm was waking up to the sound of roosters crowing.
Lahaina is such a pleasant relief from many of the hustle and bustle places of the Hawaiian Islands--like Honolulu and Waikiki. As the Loggins and Messina song says, "In Lahaina, the living is slow!" Indeed, we found the inn to also be a pleasant place...More
Response from jnewmanhr | Reviewed this property |
I agree with Christine's answer on rental cars and shuttles NOT being included/nor available through the Inn. There are a couple of parking lots on the same street as the Inn, but the one that Christine is referring to was... More
I agree with Christine's answer on rental cars and shuttles NOT being included/nor available through the Inn. There are a couple of parking lots on the same street as the Inn, but the one that Christine is referring to was full. There was one kind of around the corner where we parked and it was $3 more per day.