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Stayed here for one night until I could check into my resort. This is a cute little inn that is basic in nature with small rooms and older furniture. Its historic! By reading the reviews on TripAdvisor and the inn's website, it lived up to...More
The room was small (maybe 8x10) and the furnishings were sparse, but so quaint and historic. We had a balcony with 2 rocking chairs overlooking the ocean and Lahainaluna Street below. The door knobs were the antique clear glass kind and the bathroom tile floor...More
First the good: The Lahaina Inn is a two story Inn in a fantastic spot on Front street in Lahaina. Check-in was efficient and the desk staff were friendly. The front desk is only open from 11am to 7pm, but at check in you are...More
This a hotel with character that can take you back in time. I believe I read that the hotel was build 1939 or so.
Checking in was a little unusual. I arrived at around 11:30pm and needed to call another hotel, based on the sign...More
What at first seems like a quaint boutique stay where some compromises are made on price turn into farce when the garbage dumsters below the window are emptied around 6am, the sounds of trucks below continue on from there - so no chance of sleep...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.