Grand Wailea

Our second week we stayed in South Maui at the Grand Wailea resort. This was a posh, full-service resort that was nice, but we probably would not stay here again. Things were very, very expensive here, so we did not dine here too often.

Located in one of the driest areas of Maui, South Maui is lined with very nice resorts and beaches. South of our resort is Makena, and north was the town of Kihei, were we did most of our shopping and dining.

The Grand Wailea is very large, and contains a chapel and flower garden. One of the neat restaurants is Humuhumnukunukuapua'a, which sites over a huge fishpool. Very expensive, so I just took pictures.

Snorkling is nice in this area, and I went out most morning to check out the sea life. Check out the Underwater Pictures for to see what I was able to view while snorking.

The entrance area to the Grand Wailea One of the wings of the resort The reflection pool and fountain
The entrance area to the Grand Wailea One of the wings of the resort The reflection pool and fountain
One of the many rec pools available Another pool and slide The chapel on the resort grounds
One of the many rec pools available Another pool and slide The chapel on the resort grounds
The open air lobby and main bar Lush vegetation and waterfalls abound The main waterfall near the entrance
The open air lobby and main bar Lush vegetation and waterfalls abound The main waterfall near the entrance
Wailea Beach is one the nicest around Humuhumunukunukuapa'a restaurant Land a coin in the mermaid to have a wish granted
Wailea Beach is one the nicest around Humuhumunukunukuapa'a restaurant Land a coin in the mermaid to have a wish granted