Anyone stayed at the Grand Wailea on Maui??

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    Default Anyone stayed at the Grand Wailea on Maui??

    Greetings everyone. I'm staying at the Grand Wailea this coming April, and was wondering if anyone who's been there before could provide some feedback about how nice the resort is as well as what to do both on and off-site?
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    YES!!!
    and i will say this, the place is AWESOME for kids/families . . .

    we had a blast there are nearly a dozen pools that are all connected if i remember correctly...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTK View Post
    YES!!!
    and i will say this, the place is AWESOME for kids/families . . .

    we had a blast there are nearly a dozen pools that are all connected if i remember correctly...

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    It's where practically everyone I know stays, and they all rave about it.
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    I have stayed next door at the four seasons, and I have ventured over there for lunch it is really impressive and beautiful. It does seem much more family oriented there than where I stay but I just love four seasons resorts.

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    MTK, MexicoBlue & FASTLANE, thanks for the responses! Wifey & I are going there for a week, and it's our first time to Maui (been to Oahu & Big Island previously). Wondering what there is to do offsite?
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    what we do is 10 days in maui - - -

    5 at Wailea
    5 at the 4 seasons

    it allows my kids to do their thang
    and then the wifey and i get to do the grown folks thang

    (i have pics somewhere but i can't recall where)

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    We stay in Wailea every year and always at the Fairmont Kea Lani.. The rooms are great and huge, 820 sq ft two room suites. Nice huge bathroom as well. The rooms at Grand Wailea are much smaller i believe when we went to see them. The Kea Lani has nice pool area for kids but the Grand does have better kids area. The Grand has a world class spa!

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    I agree with what everybody else has been saying. Grand Wailea is top notch. Especially great for families, but they really have something for everybody. You will have a blast!

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    Concur -- Four Seasons, as noted, is also very nice.

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