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I have stayed at the Sheraton before and upon returning it was even better than the first visit. From check in to check out, I was treated very well. It is located at famous black rock where people come to snorkel. Black Rock Grill has...More
I stayed from 12-9 and I checked out on 12-12 and I must say that the room I recieved was beyond awesome. I arrived at around 8 pm and had ordered a ocean view room. When I got there I was met by Gabriel who...More
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Response from GuestExperienceTeam, Manager at Sheraton Maui Resort & SpaResponded 4 weeks ago
It's wonderful to hear how much you loved your recent stay at our beautiful resort. We appreciate you taking the time to share your kind words. We look forward to welcoming you back again soon.
Guest Experience Team
We stayed at this hotel in mid September for 6 days and had a wonderful time. Right from the start the service was excellent. On arrival valet parking was free for the first night and bags were brought straight to our room very quickly after...More
We stayed at the Sheraton Maui over Christmas - Dec. 25th - 31st - and had a wonderful time. The staff were all welcoming and friendly, we arrived very very late (1am) and we had a bellhop waiting with a golf cart to whisk us...More
Very nice resort on the beach. We got a very nice room facing the sea and could enjoy seeing dolphins and whales from first day. The hotel is located close to other hotels like Westin and Hyatt as well as Whaler village. This gives you...More
It's beautiful there in May. Should be in the mid 80's (F) or around 28 (C) during the day. Just remember if you plan to visit Haleakala National Park for either sunrise or sunset (both magnificent) to take warm... More
It's beautiful there in May. Should be in the mid 80's (F) or around 28 (C) during the day. Just remember if you plan to visit Haleakala National Park for either sunrise or sunset (both magnificent) to take warm gear with you as once you are 10,000 feet up, it's really chilly. We always throw in a sweater, gloves and a hat for the volcano visits.
We just had an ocean view room in the middle of the resort opposite the pools and it was just a short 3 minute walk to the beach. There is a tower at the north end of the resort that I have seen many people posting about and liking (sorry, I am not sure what it is called) but those ocean view rooms would be a little closer to the ocean than where we were. Enjoy!
Response from mmartin79 | Reviewed this property |
Drinks there were too expensive for our budget, though you can get them to your room through room service. There are liquor stores not too far from the resort, so we got our booze and mixes there and brought it to the room... More
Drinks there were too expensive for our budget, though you can get them to your room through room service. There are liquor stores not too far from the resort, so we got our booze and mixes there and brought it to the room. At least ice is free at the resort. I think it is the only free thing.
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"Building 5 had nice views, but was a little bit of a walk to the pool and beach. However the walk is very..."