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Maui Resorts Review

If you are a regular follower of my blog, you know that as a general rule, Hawaii resorts reviews are not my thing.   However, I must admit, I just came across an article in, a California e-magazine, that I thought I would refer people to who might be interested in some of the resorts on Maui.

Maui Resorts Review

In this resorts review, the author, Pearson Brown, stayed at and gives his reactions to:

  • Fairmont Kea Lani, in south Maui
  • Makena Beach and Golf Resort (formerly the Maui Prince), also in south Maui
  • Napili Kai Beach Resort, in west Maui

Although more noted for its golf and tennis packages, Mr. Brown manages to not focus his review of the Makena Beach and Golf Resort on these athletic endeavors, but rather on those amenities that everyone in the family could enjoy.  He traveled with a close friend and his pre-school aged son, so does take the time to mention some kid-focused activities available at these resorts, as well.

Beyond the resorts review…

More than just a resorts review, this article also reviews a handful of attractions that anyone who visits Maui might enjoy visiting as well.  Links to previous blog posts here have been given for further information, and links are also provided for those I haven’t.

Mixed in with the resorts review are some observations about the Maui Theatre’s Ulalena  and the Grand Luau at Honua’ula ( at the Grand Wailea resort.  He makes stops at Surfing Goat Dairy (, Ali’i Kula Lavender Gardens, and the Maui Ocean Center, the Hawaiian Aquarium, (, making this more than your typical resorts review, and reminding you that even in Hawaii, its more than just the beaches.

So, if your travel plans involve finding a nice resort on Maui, I think you will find the resorts review provided in  “A Near Escape To Maui” ( of  interest.  But, even if you don’t plan on staying at a resort, you may still find the author’s take on some of the activities worth your read.

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