Grand Wailea Resort - Napua Royal Suite (Hotel Room)
Experience a truly unforgettable stay at the Grand Wailea luxury resort in Hawaii, surrounded by 40 acres of lush tropical landscape. This finely adorned resort offers breathtaking views of rolling landscapes, the stunning Mount Haleakala and the pristine Pacific Ocean from a private lanai, featuring fine furnishings and subtle tropical décor. Fronted by the stunning Wailea Beach and with nine sparkling pools, just 35 minutes from Kahului Airport and a 30 minute flight from Honolulu, this idyllic Hawaiian resort features 22 elegant indoor functions spaces and seven unique outdoor event facilities for remarkable events, business conferences and unforgettable destination weddings.
A perfect reflection of Hawaii's nature, culture and people, this luxury Maui resort offers the finest accommodation, award-winning Hawaiian dining, access to five championship golf courses offering world-class golf and the finest tennis facilities on the island. Witness the perfect ocean sunset from choice of five world-class Maui restaurants including Humuhumunukunukuapua'a restaurant situated on its own million gallon salt water lagoon. Immerse in the Hawaiian culture with traditional Luau's and a stunning collection of the finest art in a collection worth over $30 million. Indulge in boutique shopping in the resort's open air shopping promenade or discover adventure with onsite scuba training and a plethora of water activities just steps from the resort. Experience true indulgence in the award-winning Spa Grande.
This unit has an area of approximately 1950 square feet with ocean and garden views. This one bedroom, one bathroom is a non-smoking unit and has a king-sized bed which can accommodate two guests. Amenities include a ceiling fan, balcony, TV, Wi-Fi internet access, wet bar, hairdryer, iron/ironing board and phone.
Effective April 1, 2015 Grand Wailea’s Resort Fee is increasing from $25.00 to $30.00 per day. The Resort Fee is payable to the hotel directly upon checkout.
Photos are representative of the property and may differ from the actual unit that is reserved.