Overlooking the North Shore of Maui, Lumeria Maui is an educational retreat center with wellness offerings set in 5 acres of lush gardens with island and ocean views. We offer a nourishing living campus of relaxing beauty for individuals and groups seeking an educational retreat experience with daily classes and programs in yoga, meditation, healing arts and much more. Retreat reservations include all on-property daily classes, wifi, parking, breakfast and overnight accommodations. Enjoy our saltwater pool, jacuzzi and lower terrace! The Wellness Spa at Lumeria Maui offers opportunities for education and rejuvenation with bodywork and healing arts treatments and lessons. Swimming and surfing beaches are located within 4 miles and the historic towns of Paia and Makawao are less than 5 minutes' drive away in either direction.
The Wooden Crate Restaurant at Lumeria offers our daily continental breakfast buffet, a delicious lunch menu of salads, sandwiches and burgers (with gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free, vegetarian and vegan options) and a prix fixe, 3-course, Chef's special farm-to-table dinner every evening by reservation.
Lumeria is truly a hidden gem on Maui. It is a tucked away in lush upcountry away from the densely populated areas around the main beaches, but it’s still a short, quick drive to great low key areas like Paia and Makawao. We couldn’t have imagined a better place to stay during our trip. The property itself was gorgeous and such fun to explore—full of nooks and crannies that allowed for quiet, secluded contemplation and meditation. The service was friendly and prompt, and we received incredible tips for our trip. I will certainly be staying at Lumeria again when I return to Maui!
Lumeria is advertised as a quiet, adult-focused retreat. The grounds are pretty but it’s NOT quiet. Nearly half the guests had small children who were unfortunately very noisy throughout the day. A gardener was mowing in the morning with a LOUD gas mower. Why not battery/ electric given the yoga / meditation setting? The older woman at front desk (left side) was laughably rude and unhelpful as if she resents her job. Sad! Our room was SMALL with no AC, bottled water or other basics that similarly priced places offer guests. And don’t expect help with luggage or even an offer to help - doesn’t exist. The pool was very nice but had old lounges with equally old cushions and one umbrella in the entire area. We baked! Regret our stay... never again!
My wife and I stayed one night at Lumeria after reading several "unexpected gem" type reviews. Our experience was much different starting with the Lobby/Check-In attendant who promised to call when the room was ready and never did. The room (garden view) had no air conditioning (stuffy/humid room), no wi-fi signal (although mentioned in the advert) no water bottles (only two fill stations on the entire property), dated furniture in need of major renovation, no TV (OK I guess since it's a retreat), no modern electrical outlets (all near the floor), children continually loud playing while walking down the deck in front of our room (which is actually one long wooden deck area), pool with no umbrellas for shade, and keys (no contactless as advertised). The room cost was nearly $600 (for an extra $100, suggest going to Lanai and stay in 4 Seasons Sensai. Very disappointing.…
the gardens and the pool is the most beautiful thing in the hotel. Very good location, regular breakfast, and pillows are not comfortable I'm disappointed about the service, when I arrived, the covid rules were not explained to me and I was upset during my stay, in 5 nights they did not clean my room. I had to ask for shampoo and towels because they didn't leave enough. Pay a lot and the staff don't feel like working. And for me is very important the service my chances of returning will be low, 20%
We did enjoy our stay and we understand getting back to business after lockdown. We will have to check back when things get back to normal. We will bring ear plugs. The good stuff: Great Bed, clean room, hammocks in the whispering trees, yoga sessions. For breakfast, ask for fruit to get your day started right. The not so good: Paper thin walls, problem with sewer at the end of the property, standard breakfast was not healthy.