Maui’s four-star resorts are open for business and guests can check out the best of the area for free.
The resorts offer a range of accommodations, including a hotel, two-star villas, four- or six-star bungalows, and a spa.
Here’s what to expect from the resorts: The Maui Resort is open for reservations starting this week.
The resort is in the middle of the town of Kapalua on the island of Maui, about 30 minutes from Honolulu.
It’s located just outside the town’s city limits, about 15 minutes away from the resort and is the only resort in Maui that’s a four-room hotel.
The property is only open for regular business hours, and the resort has a 24-hour casino and pool, as well as a casino-style arcade.
It is located on the second floor, next to a large dining room and bar.
The four-bedroom villas are located in the main villa, where the dining room is located and the bar is located.
The villas come with three-day complimentary hotel stays for up to five people, which is $400 per night.
The hotel’s swimming pool is an indoor pool, with a temperature of 120 degrees Fahrenheit.
The spa has an 18-foot pool, heated with a 100-watt incandescent bulb, and water features include a fresh waterfall, a water feature with a splash pad, and spa-style showers.
The five-star hotel is also located in Kapalui, just a few miles away from Kapalau.
The two-room villas have the same amenities as the resort, but are also available for private parties of five guests.
The first floor has a kitchen and bathrooms, while the two- and four-story villas can each have private bathrooms.
The three-room bungalow offers private balcony views, as does the spa.
The luxury resort also has a golf course and golf rental area.
Hotel transylvanian is a joint venture between the Pacific Hotel Group, which owns the resort; The Kona Resort Group, a subsidiary of the Hawaii Island Resort Company, which operates the resort.
The Mauilis resort is open daily from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., with the last resort to open at 8 p.g.
The average daily rate for a stay is $350, and it costs about $1,300 per night per person, according to the Maui Chamber of Commerce.
The Hawaiian Islands’ premier hotel group is offering its services for free in Hawaii, with no booking fee.