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Ritz-Carlton Maui


Expect understated luxury, a gracious staff, and exceptional food and drink. The hotel's tropical plantation-style architecture, decor, and pace attract an international clientele for whom relaxation, not business, is the rule.
You're sure to be captivated by the beauty of the resort. Play golf at one of three championship courses, home of the Mercedes Championship, or a match of tennis at the hotel's tennis center.


Ritz-Carlton Room

Deluxe Ocean View - Kapalua guestrooms are decorated in either coral or celadon green color schemes, with tropical fabrics. Ocean view. Size is 550 square feet, including a 100-square-foot lanai. TV with on-demand movies, minibar, in-room safe, plush terry robes, three phones. Marble bathroom has separate shower and tub, dual vanities, weighted scale, makeup mirror, and designer toiletries.

Garden View - Guestrooms are decorated in coral or celadon green, with coordinating tropical print fabrics.550 square feet with a 100-square-foot lanai. Italian marble bathroom with marble shower and separate tub, dual vanities, weighted scale, makeup mirror, plush terry robes. TV with on-command videos, in-room safe, minibar, CD player, three phones, including two with data ports.

Ritz-Carlton Dining

Exceptional in all respects—from preparation to presentation to good linens—The Ritz-Carlton's dining and beverage service is among the resort's principal attractions. Hawaiian fruits, vegetables, fish, and meats grace the menus. Tropical drinks are mixed with finesse and given unexpected treatments.

The Banyan Tree Restaurant - Set amid manicured lawns and offering panoramic views of the sparkling Pacific and neighboring Molokai, The Banyan Tree offers Pacific Rim cuisine with a Hawaiian accent for lunch and dinner. On most evenings there's live musical entertainment from an expert duo playing exotic Pacific Island instruments.

The Terrace Restaurant - Both a bountiful buffet and à la carte selections (lobster benedict, lobster hash, macadamia-nut pancakes) greet guests at breakfast, and from here they enjoy views of the resort's terraced pools and the ocean beyond. Kai - Diners at this sushi bar see the blue Pacific while the chef prepares their meals from an array of fresh seafood.

The Lobby Lounge - One of the most congenial conversation venues in all Hawaii, this informal place spreads through three plantation-style rooms and two open-air terraces, offering widely spaced upholstered chairs and sofas in muted colors for relaxation and light meals, dazzling desserts, and finely tuned drinks. Complimentary Kona coffee is served in the morning. Afternoon tea service can be ordered in advance. The bar and cigar bar are well stocked for the nightly entertainment sessions.

The Beach House Bar & Grill - Bathing suits are the norm here for casual lunches and evening cocktails in a coconut-palm grove adjacent to the beach.

The Pool Bar & Café - Serving the resort's terraced-pool complex, this spot serves lunch and tropical drinks.

24-hour room service is available, with selections ranging from champagne breakfasts, to romantic dinners-for-two from a regional American and Pacific Rim menu, to custom picnic baskets, to children's menus.
Live nightly entertainment.


Ritz-Carlton Property

The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua blends into the natural contours of the land while preserving panoramic "ocean views
Amenity highlights: Everything is world-class, including the golf courses and nearby golf academy, the professional croquet lawn, the three-tiered pool terrace, the cove like beach with its prime snorkeling areas, the Waihua health and beauty spa, the tennis center, the smart shops, the food, and the tropical drinks. Even the luau/Polynesian show wins honors. Within the resort and protected by hedges is a sacred Hawaiian burial ground. Respect for Hawaiian history and culture begins with a film in The Ritz-Carlton's theater and extends throughout the resort's activities and facilities: complimentary lei-making classes in the medicinal garden, for example, and a shopping area where Hawaiian artisans practice their crafts.

Insider tip: Guests can request a special bath package. A butler draws a scented bath (choice of scent) and provides appropriate background music and a towel warmer. Chocolates and choice of champagne, mai tais, or fruit and juice are included.


This 548-room resort fits beautifully into its 50-acre former-pineapple plantation setting. That history is honored in the hotel's grand plantation-house design, complete with peaked roofs on many levels and blue-green wrought-iron balcony railings against pale stucco walls. The small, European-style lobby introduces the resort's homey style, which extends to the public rooms' soft-colored furniture and original Hawaiian motif paintings. Though many activities are offered, guests are not pressed to participate but left alone to enjoy the resort's hospitality as they wish.

The resort also features overnight shoe-shine service, a tour/travel services desk, and services for the hearing impaired, in addition to the property amenities listed below.

Swimming pool - outdoor
Health club
Room service (24 hours)
Shopping on site
Business services
Complimentary newspapers in lobby
Supervised child care/activities
Babysitting or child care
Gift shops or newsstand
Conference room(s)
On-site car rental
Audio-visual equipment
Safe-deposit box - front desk     
Spa tub
Spa services on site
Fitness equipment
Internet access in public areas - surcharge
Poolside bar
Laundry service
Concierge services
Wheelchair accessible
Parking (free)
Limo or Town Car service available
Parking (valet)

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