The 3-Star Aston Maui Hill condominium resort was built on a lushly landscaped slope overlooking the Pacific Ocean and the islands of Lanai and Kaho’olawe in the Kihei area of Maui. The suites are extremely large ranging from One Bedroom/Two Bath to luxurious two-story Three Bedroom/Three Bath units, perfect vacation choice for families and larger parties. Beautifully maintained gardens and grounds, along with the views make this a popular choice for families, with many good reviews and repeat guests. This is a nonsmoking property. Like all the islands, except Oahu, there is no public transportation, so a car is a necessity for any sightseeing.
Property amenities include a weekly Manager’s evening Mai Tai party, outdoor barbeque grills and picnic areas, heated swimming pool, sun deck and jet spa, free hula and lei-making lessons, shuffleboard, tennis court, putting green, with equipment, complimentary parking, high speed internet kiosk in lobby (fee), 24 hour front desk, complimentary newspaper in lobby, business services, Concierge services, year-round children’s program (fee), sundry store nearby and security.
While there are no restaurants on site, there are many excellent dining spots in the Kihei area featuring every ethnic cuisine you can imagine. For those who want to take advantage of the fully equipped kitchen, there is a Costco near the airport and two of Hawaii’s main supermarkets, Safeway and Foodland are in the Kihei area where you can stock up on items for breakfast, lunch and/or dinner. The money you save on just breakfast alone would let you take an extra excursion, or perhaps splurge for a very special dinner at one of Maui’s award-winning restaurants.
This is a lovely property, set away from the noise and traffic of the Kihei area, yet close enough to the beaches and the quieter resort area of Wailea. The accommodations are spacious, the property is beautifully maintained and you’re in the perfect spot to enjoy adventures such as sunrise at the top of Haleakala, an unbelievable road trip to Hana or explore what is known as upcountry Maui with its farms and ranches and even do some wine tasting at the Tedeschi Winery.