Wailea News and Blog Updates
Ventura Blvd has recently featured the Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort and the Fairmont Kea Lani. This publication is written for the luxury traveler and families alike. Here’s a little bit of what they discovered here in Wailea.
Wailea is also known for its pretty, soft-sand beaches free of rock and coral, and stunning views of the islands of Kaho’olawe and Lanai as well as the West Maui Mountains. Its five resorts are connected by a lushly landscaped, 1.6-mile oceanfront walkway, one of my favorite things about Wailea. It’s awesome for a brisk morning walk or jog, and ideal for an after-dinner stroll.
Read the full article here:
Experience the Andaz and the Fairmont in Wailea, along Maui’s Southern Coast
Beautiful and luxurious Wailea is one of the most perfect wedding destinations we can imagine! The word is getting out and Destination I Do magazine has just released a multi-page feature in their magazine. It’s available to you here as a downloadable PDF: Weddings in Wailea.
During my recent visit, I was lucky enough to explore Wailea and investigate several places that are perfectly suited for romance.
Mentioned in the Weddings in Wailea article are:
If you’re looking for more details about weddings in Wailea, be sure to follow Destination I Do on social media:
Travel writers roam the globe looking for new and exciting experiences that hope to become memorable ones. Invariably, the dining adventures serve as the hub as, well, we each want to enjoy a solid three meals a day! Wailea gourmet dining earned a spot on this list of Favorite Meals of 2019:
Seated alongside such world-class restaurants as Berg Brauerei in Ehingen, Germany and Le Palais in the Palais de Chine Hotel in Taipei, Taiwan is our very own Lineage by Sheldon Simeon. Though one of our newest Wailea dining locations, it has earned repeated recognition in 2019!
As we approach the end of the year, where have you had some of your favourite meals of 2019? Hopefully some of them were part of our Restaurant Week Wailea events. If you use Instagram, be sure to tag us with #RWWailea so we can share the tasteful treats with you! And be sure to follow us @wailearesort, too.
Humuhumu’s new chef, a Maui native, has an inventive style and approach to cuisine.
The Grand Wailea, A Waldorf Astoria Resort, has announced that Alvin Savella is now leading the culinary team at Humuhumunukunukuapuaa Restaurant. He has updated the Hawaiian-Polynesian menu to feature Hawaii’s freshest produce and proteins. Several of the dishes are inspired by his childhood favorites growing up on Maui.
Alvin earned his nickname, The Kitchen Assassin, on his Instagram account, which has oer 69,000 followers.
Read the full story on HawaiiMagazine.com.
With wellness travel trending off the charts, Wailea is making a case for itself as Maui’s healthful getaway of choice. The oceanfront destination benefits from its inspiring environment and curative traditions, according to Christianna Claghorn, spa director for Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui.
Fairmont Kea Lani: New Moon Series to help guests feel more centered through meditation, yoga, and more.
Four Seasons Resort Maui: Stand-up paddling high-intensity training for core strength and agility.
Hotelbaths Wailea: Private sounds baths using Himalayan singing bowls for relaxation and well-being.
Spa Grande at Grand Wailea: Hawaii’s first Lightstim Lounge, to reduce wrinkles and maintain healthy skin.
Read the full article at TravelAgeWest.com.
Photo Credit: Christina Felty, © 2019.
Forbes Magazine recently covered the island of Maui and several Wailea resorts were featured:
Fairmont Kea Lani
Four Seasons Maui
“Maui is the second-largest of the Hawaiian Islands (after Hawaii Island, a.k.a. The Big Island), and it offers many diverse microclimates, from rain forest to desert, with mountains (literally) in between. No matter what style of vacation you have in mind—world-class luxury or casually family-friendly—these resorts are the very best on the island.”