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Like others, I was reading reviews and info on the status of the Sheraton Maui. I ended up staying with my reservation even though I could have changed to the Westin (but they are going through renovations and rather slight inconveniences than noise all day)....More
We love the location of the Sheraton on black rock with great snorkeling. It's down the way from busy Whaler's Village where you can walk to for dining, shopping, boat tours or parasailing. The pools are wonderful. Poolside, there are a few bars and food...More
My wife and I stayed several nights here last week. There was a labor strike for the last two nights of our stay, but we never spend much time at hotels during the day when we travel so it had little impact on us.
Currently staying here and wish I could leave and stay somewhere else but all hotels nearby are booked and full. Because the hotel workers here are on strike there are very few, if any, of the amenities advertised on their website. You basically have to...More
If you are looking for location, this is great. If you are looking for amenities rebook while they are on strike. We are only here for three nights, after staying at the time share at Hyatt Residence Club. You are definitely paying for the location,...More
Located on 23 lush oceanfront acres at legendary Pu‘u Keka‘a (Black Rock) on Ka‘anapali Beach, Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa invites travelers to experience adventure, romance and family fun on the island of …MoreMaui. Eighty-three percent of the resort’s newly-renovated 508 rooms and suites feature breathtaking views of the Pacific, and sister islands Lanai and Molokai. At sunset, the resort showcases its iconic cliff dive ceremony, a tradition since the resort first opened in 1963. Less
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