Marriott Wailea Beach Resort
Perfectly placed within steps of the ocean, Marriott Wailea Beach Resort, offers scenic luxury in a stunning travel destination. Experience stylish comfort along the water's edge in beautifully appointed, family-friendly hotel rooms with ocean-inspired décor, mini-refrigerators, plush bedding and high-speed Wi-Fi. Elevate your experience with 4-star amenities like a modern fitness center, championship-level golf courses and a tranquil spa. Ignite your senses with diverse dining options, and private floating cabanas. Refresh in the sparkling waters of our five pools, featuring the longest hotel water slide in all of Hawaii. Punctuate your day with a relaxing evening on your large balcony or oversized lanai, and enjoy stunning views, including vibrant Maui sunsets and an occasional humpback whale.
Reservations and Travel Tips
Book your room online or call the Marriott Wailea Beach Resort at (888) 797-1913.
Be sure to mention CU Conferences' code "CUC" to receive rates starting at $317.
Resort fee of $15 per day (Retail $45), additional.
Self-Parking: $27.00 (Retail $30)
Rates are based on availability. If you are unable to book a room, call CU Conferences at 888-465-6010 for assistance.
The weather in Wailea during the month of August is generally warm. The average temperature reaches a high of about 88° during the day and 69° in the evenings.
Airport and Ground Transportation**
Kahului Airport (OGG) is approximately 15 minutes from Marriott Wailea Beach Resort
Taxi service is approx. $66 each way from airport to resort
** All rates listed are estimates and subject to change – please check current rates with transportation providers
Marriott Wailea Beach Resort
Relax at the pool or at the beach.
The hotel offers both inside and outside dining.
Pamper yourself at their beautiful spa!
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