Aston Paki Maui

Hawaii Born and Raised with over 15 years of travel experience.

Agent Review:
Lisa Zablan

"In a great location but the property is older. It's on the ocean but hardly any beach and not swimmable at all. OK if you are not looking for too many amenities, this is a good budget option."

Aston Paki Maui is a serene oceanfront resort located on Maui’s Kaanapali Coast. The 112-room condominium resort offers studios, one-bedroom suites, and two-bedroom suites. All accommodations feature fully equipped kitchens, private balconies, and high-speed internet access. The two-bedroom suites are large and spacious, offering an average of 1200 square feet of living space. All rooms are decorated to enhance the serene nature of the islands and feature contemporary island furnishings in a soothing neutral color palette.

On-site amenities include a swimming pool, jet spa, laundry facilities, and barbeque grills. An activities desk is available to help visitors plan island excursions while on vacation, and guests may use internet kiosks for a small fee. Guests can spend their days relaxing poolside and take their towels down to the adjacent beach to watch the sun set over the Pacific Ocean. Avid golfers can visit the four golf courses situated on Maui’s western shore, or check out several additional and well-known courses scattered across the island.

Although the resort does not feature an on-site restaurant, guests staying at the Aston Paki Maui are offered signing privileges at the Beach Club Restaurant and Bar at the Aston Kaanapali Shores. Those looking to check out additional dining options can easily visit the numerous resort restaurants situated along the Kaanapali beachwalk or take the Kaanapali Trolley to Whalers Village, a beachside mall with a variety of restaurants and a whaling museum. The nearby town of Lahaina is located just over five miles from the resort and offers numerous dining options, several shopping venues, and three local art galleries. Lahaina was an active whaling town in the mid 1800s, and although whaling is no longer practiced in Hawaii, and visitors can catch a glimpse of the majestic Humpback Whales via seasonal whale-watching tours that depart from nearby locations.