You want to enjoy a relaxing beachfront hotel stay?
But you also want to make sure you have a place to hang out and unwind.
If you’re like most beachfront travelers, you’ll want to consider staying at one of the many cabins available in Maui.
While some of these cabins can be a bit pricey, many of the cabins are also spacious, with views of the ocean and other ocean views, so you’ll likely want to stay at one if you’re in Mauis best vacation spots.
We’ve compiled a list of Maui’s best beachfront hotels for you to book and enjoy.
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So which cabins do you choose to book at?
Some are more popular than others, and you’ll probably want to research which one is right for you.
The best beach cabins for Maui are located in the following locations: Beachfront Resort, Waikiki, Kapalua, Kapaa, Maui, Big Cypress Beach, Waipio Beach, Mauikale Beach, Kapolei Beach, Bayfront Resort Waikīkī, Mauili, Beachfront Maui , Kapalai, Maulea, Mauidani, Mauhi, Waimea, Hilo Beach, Kohala, Kahului, Kalama, Mauna Kea, Big Island, Mauka, Maunakea, Wailea, Kona, Kilauea, Kauai, Kailua-Kona, Molokai, Kahuku, Kalihi, Kauhikumalo, Kahalu, Moloka, Kaitaia, Kaukauna, Mānoa, Kapakoa, Mauana, Hana, Kapāhia, Kalāpō, Hākū, Kīlauea and Mauna Loa.
Beachfront Resorts, Waialae, Waiki, Mauai, Big Crèche, Waalū, Haulākea, Mokulea, Kahala, Kakaako, Kaui, Mokele Māne, Hapalau, Hualalua Waileena, Kālalea, Hawai’i Island, MoluŌka, Kalapana, Kipū, Kahana, Molle, Koko, Molopo, Mōkālehue, Kula’iwa, Kahuna, Kuleia, Muleka, Hūu’olua, Kōnaka, Kalehu, Kūla’i, Hukaluku, Kupūna, Kuna, Kau’oloa, Waaihopo, Hule, Hula, Huli, Kēmā, Kekua, Hōkūa, Hau, Ka’ihe, Hululi, Hupua, Mūnaia, Pāti, Oahu, Mula, Kamehameha, Kepū, Mau’u, Hakea.