The Maui Sunseeker resort is the place on Maui where you can feel free to be yourself. A hotel which welcomes all, but caters primarily to the gay and lesbian traveler, Maui Sunseeker offers a unique Hawaiian seaside hideaway. The resort is located in Kihei, on the island of Maui's beautiful south shore. The Maui Sunseeker is the perfect hotel for gorgeous Pacific Ocean views, seasonal whale watching and magical Hawaiian island sunsets. Enjoy the ocean view from your lanai or from either of our hot tubs in the sky. Take a moonlit stroll along four mile long Mai Poina 'Oe La'u Beach, just steps from your hotel door.
Maui Sunseeker is a newly renovated 16-room gay-owned and operated hotel. For the discriminating gay or lesbian traveler there is no other gay hotel, accommodation or resort option. Our location is convenient to Maui attractions such as Little Beach, the Iao Valley, Hana, Lahaina and the volcano, Haleakala. Arrangements can be made to enjoy the best of Hawaii such as seasonal whale watches, snorkeling, kayaking and biking down the volcano. Maui's best shopping, finest restaurants and luau's are nearby.
Maui Sunseeker is an adult only property. No guests under 18 years of age are allowed. All rooms are NON smoking.
Check-in is generally between 2:00 and 6:00 p.m. Please reconfirm your reservations and arrival times with us at least 72 hours prior to check in via email to email@example.com.
If your arrival is after 6:00 pm, please follow this procedure to access your guest room. Parking for Sunseeker rooms 101-104 is located on the immediate right as you enter Wailana Place from South Kihei Road. Wailana rooms 1-12 parking is located just past the Wailana Inn building to the right. After parking, walk around to the two story Sunseeker building facing the ocean following the signs to the office. There will be an envelope on the office front door with your name printed on the outside. Inside will be instructions regarding the location of your room along with your room key.
Driving Directions From Kahului Airport: (Revised Nov 20, 2007 due to road construction)
1-Upon exiting the Kahului Maui Airport (OGG) you will be on Keolani Place. At the first traffic light, bear left (center lane). You will pass Krispy Kreme donuts on your right and KMart on your left. You may want to remain in the left lane as you will turn left again shortly. Note road signs for Kihei.
2.Keolani Place will become Dairy Road (Route 380) as you cross over Hana Highway (Route 36). Do NOT turn on 36. Continue on Diary Road until you see Home Depot on the left. Turn left at the next intersection on Route 350, Puunene Avenue which will turn into Mokulele Highway # 311 within half a mile. Follow the Mokulele (Route 311) for about 6 miles noting signs for Kihei.
3.The next major intersection will be the Pi'ilani Highway (Route 31). This is a NEW intersection as of Nov 19, 2007. Highway 311 is under construction and things change frequently. Highway 311 will turn into Highway 31 at the traffic light for Uwapo Street. Stay in your right hand lane continuing on 31.
4.At the NEXT traffic light, turn RIGHT on to Ohukai Road. Gateway Center/Tesoro will be on the hill to the left at this traffic light.
5.Continue on Ohukai until it ends at the ocean. Turn left at the stop sign onto S. Kihei Road. Maui Sunseeker is approximately one half mile down on the left at 551 S. Kihei Road at the corner of S. Kihei Road and Wailana Place. Look for our mural of a female hula dancer and male drummer. Wailana Place is right at the one mile marker sign.
6.Turn left onto Wailana Place. Parking is on the right beside the street or behind our Wailana Inn Building. Our office is in the two story building facing S. Kihei Road.