- 12-acre oceanfront site on Ka'anapali Beach
- 3 miles from Lahaina Town, Hawaii's historic whaling capital
- 4 miles from the Kapalua West Maui Airport
- 27 miles (43.45 km) from the Kahului Airport (OGG)
From Kuhului Airport head southwest on Keolani Place toward Haleakala Highway/HI-39A.
Turn left onto Dairy Road/HI-380 S. Continue to follow HI-380 S.
Turn left onto Honoapiilani Highway/HI-30 S. Continue to follow HI-30 S.
Turn left onto Kaanapali Parkway.
Make a U-turn at Kekaa Drive onto Kaanapali Parkway.
Self-Overnight: included in resort fee if staying at the hotel, otherwise $18.00 per day.
Ka’anapali Beach & Black Rock
Black Rock, or Pu’u Keka’a, was once a sacred location to the ancient Hawaiians. They revered it as a place where the spirits of the dead went to leap from this world to the next. Today, the Black Rock area is known for exceptional snorkeling with shallow, clear water, colorful reefs and exotic sea creatures. From November to May, great humpback whales frolic in the waters off of Ka’anapali, making it a whale-watching destination.
Whalers Village - next door to The Westin Maui
With more than 90 stores, several restaurants and a variety of free daily cultural programs, Whalers Village offers something for everyone. The Whalers Village Museum shares Maui’s history and includes the world’s largest collection of whaling memorabilia.
Lahaina Town - three miles from The Westin Maui
Lahaina is a colorful historic harbor town, formerly the royal capital of Hawaii. The town retains much of its old charm and now features a marina, various restaurants and retail stores and the famous 136-year-old Banyan Tree. The Lahaina Jodo Mission houses the largest Buddha outside of Japan.
Maui is on Hawaii-AleutianTime (HST) and 10 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time.
12:00 Tuesday, April 21 in Maui is:
- 18:00 Tuesday, April 21 in New York
- 00:00 Wednesday, April 22 in Madrid
- 07:00 Wednesday, April 22 in Seoul
The average high in April is 84°F/29°C with a low of 65°F/18°C.
The average monthly rainfall is 2.54 in/6.5 cm.
The voltage in Maui (and the rest of the United States) is 120V. Three-pin plugs are standard and can accept polarized two-pin and three-pin plugs.