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Stayed three nights at this hotel in Lahaina . Great location right in the centre of this busy tourist town. No parking but this hotel does have ten spots reserved just up the road at $15usd a day, which was worth paying as the whole...More
Lahaina Inn is in the heart of Lahaina, BUT ... it is a poor wreck of a hotel and surviving off its location. The balconies are not accessible, and have not been since 22 June 2017, but this is not mentioned until you arrive at...More
Room smelt like insecticide, room was small, so was the bed, AC went out during the night, it got uncomfortable. Front Desk person was not friendly, he didn't even force a smile.
Location is excellent though, the crew at Cheeseburger in Paradise down the street,...More
This inn looks charming in pictures and from the outside, but don’t let this fool you! We arrived at 6:55pm to find the inn locked with no one at the front desk. We had to call another property who sent out a security guard to...More
I booked this hotel for 2 days between home rentals. We thought it would be fun being in the middle of town for a few days. It was not on the water but the pictures show you could see down the street from the balconies...More
Response from jnewmanhr | Reviewed this property |
I agree with Christine's answer on rental cars and shuttles NOT being included/nor available through the Inn. There are a couple of parking lots on the same street as the Inn, but the one that Christine is referring to was... More
I agree with Christine's answer on rental cars and shuttles NOT being included/nor available through the Inn. There are a couple of parking lots on the same street as the Inn, but the one that Christine is referring to was full. There was one kind of around the corner where we parked and it was $3 more per day.