Set on 23 lush oceanfront acres on Kaanapali Beach and the famous Pu‘u Keka‘a (Black Rock), this luxury resort is perfect for all types of travelers. The iconic cliff diving ceremony at sunset, a resort tradition since 1963, is a must see and a great way to end the day. Enjoy the resorts location in the Kaanapali Resort area with shopping, dining and golf within easy walking distance and panoramic views for the Pacific Ocean and sister islands Lanai and Molokai. The resort provides a complimentary shuttle into Lahaina Town and the three other Westin resorts in West Maui.
per room/per night (plus tax)
Paid directly to the hotel.
Resort fees include
Enhanced wifi access.
Outdoor fitness activities including yoga and interval training.
Daily cultural activities for up to two guests including hula lessons, lei making, fire knife instruction and more.
Two refillable Sheraton Maui water pouches for use at the resorts complimentary filtered water stations.
Hawaiian tote bag upon check-in.
Welcome shell lei.
Use of two adult pool floats daily.
Daily use of tennis courts including tennis racket and tennis ball for two guests.
Daily GoPro rental.
Inclusions subject to change without notice at the discretion of the property. Some restrictions may apply.
Aug 06, 2022
This hotels service was amazing and the beach was amazing!! The rooms and food where great we would be back for sure. Great service and amenities for Titanium members. All the staff was very helpful and made our vacation very memorable definitely stay here
Desperately in need to a renovation.
(Los Angeles, California)
Aug 05, 2022
As a Marriott Platinum Elite member, we have stayed at many Marriotts, but not one quite as run down as this one. First of all, our room was not ready by 4 pm (check in is supposed to be at 3pm), so we inquired at the front desk. I was informed the room was still being prepared and that the Murphy bed in our suite was broken, but fortunately there was still a couch bed. Not a good start.
A half hour later, I asked to speak to someone in charge. Sean, the General Manager, was courteous and professional and had our room ready shortly after that. The view from the room was gorgeous, but that is all. The A/C did not work, the carpeting is soiled and stained, the bed was lumpy and the mattress sagged, the couch was stained and there was a faint smell of urine in the room.
Then there is Blackrock, the big draw, which used to be a nice place to snorkel and you were guaranteed to see sea turtles...or at least some fish. Not so anymore, expect teens jumping tirelessly from the cliff, drunk Americans boogie boarding or on floats, and a crowded beach with overpriced food and drinks. The restaurant options are limited in Whalers Village and without a reservation, expect an hour wait or longer. Covid precautions anywhere? Nope. Shoulder to shoulder people who are ordering mai tais and beer like there was a shortage of supply and they must drink now or miss out on the buzz that follows.
Needless to stay, after a night of no sleep due to the heat in the room, we promptly checked out.