Andaz Maui is a new addition to Maui’s trendy beachfront portfolio of luxury hotels. The resort is situated directly on Wailea’s shore displaying a blend of class and eco friendly amenities.

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There are 290 guest rooms and suites, as well as seven additional residential villas. The rooms are modern in design, kitted out with contemporary furniture and all featuring private verandas for magnificent Hawaiian sunset vistas. The residential beachside villas are a perfect hideaway, just seconds from Mokapu Beach. The villas include a private plunge pool or hot tub with views of the Pacific Ocean, modern kitchen, spacious dining and living areas, a barbeque grill and stylish bathrooms.

Andaz Maui offers some of the best dining options along the coast of Maui (a bold but true statement). The Ka'ana Kitchen serves delicious and fresh dishes using local ingredients from Ka'ana Farm and Maui to combine old flavour with new world tastes. The Morimoto Maui offers delicious lunch and dinner menus, blending Western and Japanese traditions in a laid back beachfront setting. Sample hand rolled sushi and sashimi, made with the freshest local fish and ingredients. Evenings here go hand in hand with a drink or two at the elegant Lehua Lounge, serving cocktails and a farm-to-table restaurant menu, whilst enjoying amazing beach and ocean views. Another great place for hot and cold drinks, whether in the mornings or at night, is the Bumbye Beach Bar, set on the edge of the hotel's lagoon pool, offering fresh fruit juices, Maui coffee and Hawaiian pastries and baked goods. The cherry on the icing has to be the Mokapu Market, which is open 24/7 and pretty much serves whatever you want, from flat breads to homemade gelato, oh and great beers and wines. You will never go hungry.

Indulge in a luxury treatment at the AWili and Salon Spa. There are ten treatment rooms, for facials, waxing, massage, body scrubs and wraps. For additional R & R there is a sauna, steam room, plunge pools, a tranquillity pool and a tea lounge.

Set on the coast of the paradise-like Island of Maui the hotel is surrounded by beautiful beaches that invite for water sports activities, sun lounging or watching beautiful Hawaiian sunsets. The Haleakala State Park is well worth a visit with its stunning volcanic landscape, sunsets and high peaks, perfect for hiking or horseback riding. Don't miss a drive along the Road to Hana, passing gorgeous waterfalls, scenic landscapes and bridges for amazing views of Maui's rugged eastern coast.

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Begin or end your day with a sunrise or sunset yoga session…on the beach!

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