This hotel is very Beautiful, it really makes you feel like you are in heaven. The food was great,... See full review
Apr 14, 2015
Very nice hotel
We went there on our honeymoon. We had a phenomeal stay but some things lacked a bit. We arrived at... See full review
Apr 6, 2015
The Grand Wailea Walfdorf Astoria hotel spans 40 acres of waterfront property with direct access to Maui's golden Wailea Beach. The grounds are connected by meandering walkways that wind alongside streams, miniature waterfalls and swaying palm trees - perfect for a leisurely Hawaiian-style stroll. Eat at award-winning restaurants, take a dip in one of the four pools, or treat yourself at the Spa Grande, where services range from water therapies to traditional massages. Winner of the AAA Four Diamond Award, the Grand Wailea is a real Maui retreat.
Restaurants: HUMUHUMUNUKUNUKUAPUA'A, Alan Wong's Amasia, Bistro Molokini, Grand Dining Room and Sunset Cabana Dining, Cafe Kula
Bars: Botero Bar, Grotto Bar, Volcano Bar
Conference and event spaces: 28,000-square-foot ballroom plus 17 breakout rooms and 12,000-square-foot gardens
Spa Grande: 40,000-square-feet
Calm waters, sunny weather and close proximity to fine restaurants and high-end retailers are all a short walk from the luxury resort community of Wailea. Golfing beginners and enthusiasts can take advantage of the five 18-hole championship golf courses, only a few minutes from the hotel. Play tennis at the nearby Wailea Tennis Club, snorkel with green sea turtles at local beach spots, or book a helicopter tour for unforgettable sights.
Hints and tips
The Grand Wailea is a popular destination for honeymooners, and houses a chapel for dream weddings or vow renewals.
For the ultimate romantic experience, book cabana dining at sunset to enjoy a menu tailored to your tastes with views across the Pacific Ocean and nearby islands.
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for a seasoned traveler the Grand Wailea is a dissapointment, terrible customer service all around. Horrible over priced food in the resturants, bad service at the resturants and on the beach. Would not go back and would not recommend that anyone
I know stay there.
Glad I went, but I won't go back. The pool is fabulous, but it is a shame that the pools main attactions (the water slides and rope swing) are only open from 10 to 5 and the watervator is only open from 11 to 4. That was a bummer. Just plan
well if you have kids and you are doing something away from the resort during the day that the fun pool stuff will be closed. Also there were a lot of people from other hotels in the pool making it very crowded.
My biggest complaint is how dirty the hotel was the hallway to our room was filthy with sticky food, drinks and tons of dirt and it was not cleaned the whole 8 days we were there. I was also surprised at how unclean our room was. There was hair in the tub an sink and dribbles of something on the wall in the rest room. Our bed was very uncomfortable and was visably slanted and I had to ask the front desk 4 seperate times to either change the matteress or move us. They did finally change the matteress. A few times we asked different staff questions and they seemed irritated by the questions. All in all we would go to the Hilton Waikaloa on the Big Island instead of the Grand Wailea the next time we want to go to Hawaii. Oh, PS. The food was yucky too even at the highly touted Humu's. My "grilled" salmon was raw, the lobster bisque had no flavor and the bread was stale. The room service food was worse and never as described. Eat away from the resort if you go. Oh, the valet people were really nice - I liked them alot!
They keep talking about their $50,000,000 renovation, but it looks the same as 3 years ago- maybe worse. The pools need major attention, and the room we had looked like nothing had upgraded in years (other than the TV).I think it was a bit
over-priced. Hummuhummu restaurant was the best, but the rest of the food facilities were average. For my money, the Kea Lani is a much better value. I probably will not come back here.
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Other than a dinner at Hummuhummu, got to Kihei for breakfast at Spices and a dinner at Cafe o Lei. Mama's Fish House past Paia is excellent, although pricey, but I thought it was worth it. Kimo's in Lahaina is also excellent, but an hour's drive
First impression...pretty awe inspiring. However, that sensation was short lived because upon checking in we were told there would be another $300 worth of resort fees and valet fees due at the end of the trip no matter what we did. As a smoker
(which we are more aware than ever is evil and dirty) we felt completely persecuted for the entirety of our trip. My personal opinion: if I spend 5 G's on a hotel room, I should be able to smoke whereverthehell I want. Next time we're staying at a shack in Kehei and spending the extra loot on dinners and surfing lessons.
Hotel needs major reno. Room is outdated, old and carpet is dirty. Pool has tiles falling off all over the place. Food is too expensive. For $600 a night, I expect 5* room. Wouldn't not stay her again.
This hotel is great whether you have kids or not. The activity pool is a lot of fun and relaxing at the same time plus it's steps away from the beach where every set of chairs has an oversized umbrella. Rooms are spacious and clean. You should
know that the restaurants close by 9 and only one is open on Sunday and Monday evenings. There is a very nice outdoor mall next door that has late night evening. We will definity come back to stay here next time we come to Maui
hotel was very nice. people were very coridal except
the Humuhumu restaurant staff. front desk had rude female greeters. very disappointing. will probably not
return to the hotel because of the way we were treated.
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Short walk from hotel
leave the hotel area for nearby dining. you will
be treated much nicer and costs a lot less.