The Northshore Hostel

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The Northshore Hostel

This place has wireless internet and computers, cable, and free tours. Pretty cool place. The text below is from their website. Also of note, the owners of this hostel purchased the hostel known as Aloha Windsurfers, so now they are consolidated.

The Northshore Hostel is the finest hostel Maui has to offer and an ideal location to explore our Maui tropical paradise. Nestled comfortably underneath a beautiful Banyan tree in Old Wailuku Town, our historic building is only minutes away from the finest windsurfing, snorkeling, surfing, sunbathing, and some of the most breathtaking wonders in the world (not to mention whale watching!)

For the less adventurous, we are also within walking distance to many unique shops, art galleries, the famous Iao Theatre, a great local museum, and many fine restaurants and coffee shops...or you can simply relax on our balcony with splendid views of the West Maui Mountains, Haleakala Volcano, the lush Iao Valley and the Pacific Ocean! The best view offered by any of the Maui hostels.

The Northshore Hostel
2080 West Vineyard Street
Wailuku HI, 96793
Phone: (866)946-7835
Phone: (808)986-8095


User Reviews

Rating scale: 1=Poor, 2=Fair, 3=Acceptable, 4=Good, 5=Excelent

Review by: Margie     E-mail: Private
Rating: 5     Submitted: 2007-05-23 15:10:13

Comments: Thoroughly enjoyed my stay for 10 days. The rooms are clean, management friendly and met many interesting people. This hostel has nice common areas. Loved the free internet access and downloading my digital photos to CD.

Review by: Katharina     E-mail: Private
Rating: 5     Submitted: 2007-02-16 20:01:27

Comments: Had a great time here. The atmosphere is really good. We have been to a lot of hostels and we must say that The NorthShore Hostel is the best! The staff is great!

Review by: George     E-mail: Private
Rating: 4     Submitted: 2006-11-15 00:58:38

Comments: I found the Northshore Hostel to be a good location for exploring Maui. I rented a car and was able to see most of the island. This is a quiet hostel, not much partying, which I like.

Review by: Bruce     E-mail: Private
Rating: 1     Submitted: 2006-11-02 02:19:08

Comments: Well if you like doing nothing fun, when I stayed there, there was only one other person there and he was a local. You have to rent a car or stay put, nothing fun to do is in walking distance. The Rainbow in Paia is much better, just 3 blocks away from a great beach, and lots of partying.


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