Island of Maui

The slogan Maui No Ka Oi! means, “Maui is the Best.” Conde Nast Traveler readers have agreed, voting Maui as “Best Island in the U.S.” for 20+ years. The historic whaling town of Lahaina is a perennial “must do,” and was once the capital of Hawaii before Honolulu. This seaside town is not only the center of tourist activity but is steeped in rich history and cultural significance.

Start your excursion in Lahaina Banyan Court Park where you will find the oldest living Banyan Tree on Maui. From here, you'll find something of interest including galleries, cafes, Friday night art walk, and a harbor offering a variety of day-trip options like snorkeling, sunset dining, and whale watching (December - April).

Castle features accommodations in South Maui’s Kihei, a prime springboard for exploring artsy upcountry towns en route to the majestic summit of Haleakala Crater. Or tackle the serpentine road to Heavenly Hana, where waterfalls, rainforests, and the stunning coastline overwhelm the senses.  

Featured Resorts

Maui Banyan

Maui Banyan

Perfect for families and friends wanting to avoid the expensive mega resorts in nearby Wailea, Castle Maui Banyan, named for the stately “canopy” tree that provides cooling shade from Hawaii’s sunny skies, combines “beach town” charm, lush tropical gardens, and spacious, comfortable vacation rentals.

Located directly across from the golden sands of Kamaole Beach Park II, this Kihei vacation condo resort includes two pool areas with a hot tub, pavilion, BBQ areas, tennis courts, and free parking.