Explore The New American
Hawaii is the 50th state of the USA, and hands down one of the most breathtaking. From the moment you set foot on its sacred soil, you can see the rising mountain tops, smell the salt in the air, and feel the warm breeze caressing your face.
This state is made up of over one hundred and thirty islands, but only seven of the eight largest islands have a significant number of residents. The seven major islands are: Oahu, Maui, Hawaii (the largest island), Molokai, Niihau, Lanai, and Kauai. In this article, we will focus on Maui in particular because Maui is one of the main hubs for business in the whole state.
While there are several excellent hotels and resorts in this area - such as the Kaanapali Beach Hotel, the Westin Maui Resort & Spa, and the Kaanapali Alii Resort - in this article, we will be focusing on the Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa. We will be highlighting some of the exciting amenities here!
Choose between multiple sparkling pools, including a lazy river and a soothing whirlpool. Dine at one of the several mouthwatering restaurants on-site, take advantage of their state-of-the-art gym, and witness the sacred cliff diving rituals! The Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa will take care of your every need.
Listed below are some of the exciting things you can do around Maui! This is just a small collection of activities, for there are countless worthwhile ways of spending your time.
The Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa has a handful of highly-rated on-site restaurants to choose from. For the early risers, check out the Coral Reef restaurant, which features a wide variety of a la carte items and an exquisite breakfast buffet! The Cliff Dive Grill and the Mai Thai Bar will definitely satiate your taste buds while also entertaining you with events such as the torch lighting ceremonies and the cliff diving ceremonies that happen right there on the beach!
Either take a stroll across the beach or enjoy the view from your balcony as the setting sun descends over the rippling tides, sending cascades of vibrant colour spanning across the horizon. Due to the clean atmosphere of Hawaii, no pollution will dilute your viewing experience. Dolphins and whales can often be seen swimming about from the shore, adding to the already magical experience.
The last chief of Maui, Kahekili, used to display his spiritual strength and rally his warriors by leaping from Puu Kekaa’s sacral promontory. This resort honors that ritual and pays homage to it every evening when the sun sets. Contact the concierge for details on where you can have the best viewing experience.
Pay a visit to the concierge desk in the lobby or take a five-minute stroll down the beach-walk to find yourself at the Water Sport Rental Desk. Offered here is a range of different equipment from surf and paddle boards to snorkelling gear and lessons for all of the above!
Less than a ten-minute walk down the wooden beach walk lies a gem of a place called Whaler’s Village. Here you can find luxury shops such as Louis Vuitton, Oakley, Sephora, and more! You will also find beautifully handcrafted treasures sold by skilled locals! If you find yourself talking a walk through this village, make sure to stop by Ono Gelato Co! They sell some of the best Gelato on the island.
Take all the positive aspects of the beaches from Florida and California, combine them, remove all the bad, and voila! You have a Hawaiian beach. Pristinely clean sand devoid of garbage and other unseemly debris, warm waters with gentle (and exhilarating, depending on the day) waves, and plenty of room for you, your friends, and your family, without overcrowding! Everything you’ve wanted from the beach, just steps away from your hotel room.