Hawaii's legendary "Valley Isle," Maui is home to some of the most extensive and alluring luxe resorts, including Wailea and Kaanapali, which are both rife with fine hotels and restaurants, as well as historic towns with photographer's model old inns - Lahaina, Hana, and Paia among them. Although the island lacks the gay nightlife of Honolulu, it's a perfect retreat for couples seeking romance and relaxation. Here's a look at some of the top lodging picks in Maui, from high-end, brand-name chains to gay-owned B&Bs to the largest gay resort in the state, the Maui Sunseeker, in Kihei.
Maui Gay |Go Gay Hawaii
The second biggest of the Hawaiian islands, Maui, the ‘Magic Isle,’ has a relatively small population, devising it a quiet and peaceful place to live or to visit. Maui consists of two mountain ranges, massive Haleakala, a dormant buckler volcano, in the east, and the West Maui Mountains – actually the remains of an older, extinct volcano – to the west, connected by an isthmus which forms the low-lying bicentric plain. The island is black-and-white into five major regions – West, Central, South, Upcountry, and East Maui.
Maui Accommodations |Go Gay Hawaii
Gay-owned vacation lease establishment company representing dozens of stylish, private, comfortable & well-equipped homes to fit all plan on the East side of Maui.