Located in a residential area of Kihei, Ocean Breeze Hideaway is a two unit bed and breakfast that has a minimum stay of three nights. Rates range from $80 to $110 a night, depending on the season and the length of your stay. One room has a queen bed and the other room has a king bed. Personally, I prefer the Coral Suite over the Ocean Suite. Bob and Sande are friendly and know Maui, and can make suggestions on where to go and where to eat that will match your style. They also have an oceanfront condo for rent. It's hard to find a better deal in Kihei.
This bed and breakfast has a good location in Lahaina, and if you are planning to stay in Lahaina or Kaanapali this would be a good choice. Deluxe 500 square foot studios for $100-$130 a night, and standard suites for $990 to $110 a night. There is a shared laundry you can use, and there is a nice patio area where you can grill food and eat outdoors. You'll get good value for what you pay, and the couple who operate the bed and breakfast are familiar with Maui and can make suggestions that will be appropriate for your style.
This bed and breakfast offers six guest rooms, and has a guest shared kitchen and a shared living room and a laundry. Outside, there is a good sized pool and a whirlpool and a patio area where you can sit and relax. There is a 400 square foot suite upstairs for $160 a night, a bi-level 600 square foot suite for $160 a night, and a smaller upstairs suite for $160 a night. Downstairs, there is a 400 square foot studio for $125 a night, a bi-level 300 square foot studiio for $125 a night, and a good sized room for $115 a night. All rooms have queen sized beds and are furnished nicely with tropical decor. You'll see lots of Hawaiian furniture and goods here, and you'll experience the real Aloha spirit.
If you want to see the country in Hawaii, stop at Kualoa Ranch where you can take tours and ride horses and see places that look familiar because they were made popular in Hollywood productions like "Jurassic Park" and "Lost." Bring your bathing suit , and you can enjoy the beach across the street.
Sue Lehrke is an experienced therapist, and counsels adults individually as well as couples. She also is experienced counseling children. She is easy to talk to and encourages self-growth.
When students are studying massage to obtain a license to practice in Hawaii, they have to complete practical hours under the supervision of a licensed massage therapist.
I have gotten good massages here many times, and the rate is at least half of what you would pay outside.
Komoda's is a small mom and pop general store and bakery right in the heart of Makawao town. People just love their cream puffs, long johns, and butter rolls; and typically they will be sold out of these items by Noon. If you are driving to Haleakala early in the morning, stop by and pick up some treats to eat on the way up. Or call in and have them hold some for you so you can stop by on your way down the mountain.
When you drive from Pukalani to Makawao, on the right hand side at the hairpin turn you wil see a large pasture area with horses. Set back from the road is the Makawao Vet Clinic.
These folks do a great job, and they are really caring.
Located on a side street off the main road, do call first to make sure you have good directions. They open early, but you'll do just fine if you stop in around 8 or 8:30 am. They will have a great selection of french breads and pastries. Sometimes they will have filled french bread for luncheon sandwiches, and that is not to be missed. You can special order it, too, to make sure you get some.
Located on Hana Highway, and near 24 Hour Fitness, Simply Sweets especially is known for the filled malasadas it bakes. Malasadas are similar to doughnuts, and these are filled with all kinds of flavors, from chocolate to haupia or lilikoi.