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Lahaina is very touristy. Lots of shops, restaurants etc. What I would call Honky Tonk. If you want to be here the Lahaina Inn is in a very good location and reasonably priced. It is a very well kept old hotel. Rooms are small but...More
We would like to extend our most gracious 'thanks' to Glenn. Upon arrival, my husband and I were greeted by him, and shown to our room. Within moments, Glenn came back and upgraded us to the end suite, closest to the ocean. The room was...More
We stayed in Lahaina Inn for 4 nights during our visit to Maui. Just left the place this morning :)
We saw a bunch of negative reviews just before we checked in. Now I think Lahaina Inn is not as bad as what I read....More
Right at the heart of Lahaina downtown. There are lots of good restaurants in the locality and many stores and art galleries to browse.
However rooms are very tiny, but being a historic building it is in good condition. The bed is very comfortable...good for...More
Everything in our room was falling apart - see photographs and they had the nerve to demand a $50 a day deposit against damage to the room. This used to be a fabulous place to stay - beautifully decorated and looked after with a great...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.