Below you can explore a wide variety of accommodations — listings for great Maui resorts, vacation rentals, condos, homes, bed & breakfasts, cottages and inns. All are book-direct with the owners/managers for the best possible price. All vacation rentals on our site are operating legally with required County permits, are handled by professional management companies, or in the case of individual condo owners, their ownership has been verified with the County of Maui. Happy exploring!
Helpful Tips: Check out How To Choose Where To Stay on Maui and our guide to Maui Regions and Towns
Maui Hawaii hotels range from small, charming boutique properties to extravagant luxury resorts (including condo resorts) with world-famous golf courses, restaurants, and spas. Many Maui hotels and resorts feature beachfront or oceanfront accommodations, and even if they are not situated...See More ￫
Maui condos are readily available on the island! There are thousands of condominium units, villas, and other vacation rentals, providing plenty of choices for your Maui vacation. Offering a comfortable home-away-from-home experience, Maui condos and villas are extremely popular with...See More ￫
Think Maui home rentals are too expensive for you to consider? Not so! A Maui rental home can provide a very affordable travel experience. For friends and families traveling together, or for large families, the extra space—with multiple bedrooms and...See More ￫
Many visitors enjoy the personalized experience offered by a Maui bed & breakfast or small, intimate inn. These cozy establishments, which are often family-owned and operated, pride themselves on friendly service and personal touches that are simply not possible at...See More ￫
The three islands of Maui, Molokai, and Lanai make up the County of Maui. Molokai and Lanai are Maui’s “sister islands” and present a breathtaking sight from the shore of West Maui. The two islands are accessible from Maui by air...See More ￫
Looking for Hawaii vacation rentals, resorts and hotels on the other islands? Many visitors to Hawaii take the opportunity to visit more than one island. If you’ve already reserved your accommodations in Maui, why not consider spending time on one...See More ￫