Lahainas Last Resort

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Lahaina Hostels - Lahainas Last Resort
Lahainas Last Resort in beautiful West Maui.

In a charming cottage, this family-owned hostel provides affordable basics such as private locking rooms with linens, air-conditioning, mini-refrigerators, wireless internet and 24-hour key access. A co-ed bathroom/shower room is down the hall. Onsite parking is available on a first come, first park basis. If you need simple and inexpensive lodging, make Lahaina’s Last Resort your FIRST choice!

Lahaina is full of history, attractions, activities, natural beauty and surf culture! Close to beaches, surfing, snorkeling, fishing, boating, sailing, shopping, restaurants, bars, coffee shops, galleries, historic sites, grocery stores, spas, banks and the post office—our hostel is conveniently located right on HWY 30 and Lahainaluna Road. From here you won’t miss anything!

Hostel guests get a 10% discount at the Best Hawaii Activities office in front. Enjoy helicopter rides, cocktail cruises, ziplines, horseback riding, theater tickets, luaus, snorkeling and scuba excursions, hiking adventures and more! Plus, get dining recommendations, directions and car rental assistance. Lahaina’s Last Resort is the best foundation on which to plan a fun-filled vacation.

Lahainas Last Resort
252 Lahainaluna
Lahaina HI, 96761
Phone: (877) 661-6655
Phone: (808) 661-6655
Fax: (808) 661-0359


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Review by: Felix     E-mail: Private
Rating: 2     Submitted: 2008-06-06 22:40:44

Comments: This place is definitely over rated. For the same nightly rate, the Northshore Inn has nicer rooms, cleaner bathrooms, full amenities(full use of fully stocked kitchen, internet that works in all the rooms, friendly and helpful staff, etc). Lahainas last resort has small cramped rooms, unappealing shared bathroom and very poor wireless accessibility from the rooms, though they advertise the opposite.The location is right on the highway, at a corner, so you hear traffic noise in the early morning and night. I stayed with LLR for 2 nights and then moved to Northshore where it is quieter, friendlier and more comfortable. Wailuku is also less touristy if that is the experience you prefer.

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