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Facilities & Amenities
The water features are a main attraction of the resort. The
2,000-foot-long, 25,700-square-foot Wailea Canyon Activity Pool consists of nine free-form pools at six levels, from 40 feet to sea level. It includes waterfalls and slides, caves, rapids, a sand beach, three whirlpools, even a baby beach and infant pool, and more. The 4,850-square-foot Hibiscus pool, decorated with millions of pieces of tile, is for guests l8 and older. Ocean water sports are offered and boogie boards, kayaks, Hobie Cats, and snorkeling equipment can be rented.
Another major attraction is the Wailea Golf Club, which offers a choice of three championship courses: The Blue Course, designed by Arthur Jack Snyder, and the Gold and Emerald Courses designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr.
Kids 5 to 12 will love Camp Grande, their own 20,000-square-foot mini-resort with a movie theatre, Nintendo game room, indoor play area, and more.
Grand Wailea's concierge can make arrangments for the following activities on Maui: snorkeling and kayaking, biking, and whale watching, as well as tennis and helicoper rides.
Hair and Beauty
Cold Plunge Pool
Rooms & Dining
All 780 guest rooms and suites are especially spacious, with sizes from 640 square feet on up. Your room's private lanai (balcony) may overlook lush tropical gardens, Mount Haleakala, rows of striped cabanas, and the ocean beyond. Napua Tower is an exclusive private club area situated at the center of the hotel and featuring a dedicated concierge with upgraded guest room accommodations. Guests have access to a private lounge where a complimentary continental breakfast and evening cocktails and hors d'oeuvres are served.
For evening dining, you can visit the romantic, exotic oceanside Humuhumunukunukuapua'a (named for the state fish) that floats above a lagoon and features Polynesian- and Hawaiian-influenced meat and fish entrees. Or enjoy contemporary Japanese cuisine in a traditional Japanese setting at Kincha. Guests may breakfast at the Grand Dining Room, which offers a panoramic view of the pool, ocean, and nearby islands; enjoy casual California and island specialties at Bistro Molokini at lunch and dinner; dine on light fare at the Cafe Kula on the terrace; and enjoy salads and sandwiches for lunch at the poolside Volcano Bar. There are also multiple lounges and a nightclub.