Monday, January 2, 2012

Maui best Hotels

We're all looking for a bargain these days, but that doesn't mean we need to sell ourselves short. While some vacationers will hunker down in a hostel and brave the raucous crowds, you can have the best of both worlds (affordability and luxury), while enjoying a location that's nothing short of paradise. Have you ever considered going to Hawaii? Amazing deals abound, and if you haven't experienced it yet, you'll be in for a treat. isn't just offering Exclusive Complimentary Perks when booking a stay at the Four Seasons Maui at Wailea, but they have an additional offer available: get your fifth night free in the hotel through their current special offer.

The Four Seasons Maui at Wailea is located on the sunny shores of Maui, and you'll instantly start unwinding when you arrive at this award-winning luxury vacation. Located on one of Hawaii's most impressive beaches, the Four Seasons Maui at Wailea has plenty of activities available right on resort grounds. If you take the family along, you can sign the kids up for the complimentary "Kids for All Season" program while taking advantage of outdoor activities like tennis, watersports, and gold courses. Hawaii's only Mobil Five Star Resort has racked up the accolades over the years (including a Conde Nast Traveler designation as the ""#1 Tropical Resort in the World." Sound tempting? Mix in that "5th Night Free" special offer from (valid until December 14, 2012 ), and we might just see you there.

You've arrived at the Four Seasons Maui at Wailea. Now what? Besides your hotel diversions, you've got plenty to do in Maui. Start off by going to a luau and trying out Hawaiian cuisine, actually a blend of several culture's best foods, and you can sample kalua pig, poi and haupia, and plenty of buffet snacks that will keep you satisfied. When you're not looking for a luau, you can nosh on fine cuisine from Japanese, Thai, Chinese, Italian, and Vietnamese restaurants—Maui is considered the backbone of Hawaii's dining scene. Don't forget the drawstring pants! When you can't possibly eat a bit more, hop on the hiking trails--there are ones for all levels. Not only will you see plenty of waterfalls, flora, and fauna, but you might just tip over when you catch the view of a sweeping, dark valley in an incredibly lush environment. Go with a guide and a group if you'd like to know more about Maui's key indigenous creatures and notable plants. Too stuffed to walk? Get in a rented car and travel along the Hana Highway, which follows a lava shore and passes by interesting homes and landmarks for 56 miles. For a more hands-on transportation experience, bike rentals are available all over Maui for you to grab and go. Balance out all the physical activity with shopping excursions in Lahaina and Kahului, where you can find handmade crafts and amazing items carved from Hawaii's native wood.

What will it be? While you're soaking up the Hawaii sun, will you be trying out the food, hiking, sightseeing, or exploring—or everything?

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