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Most Beautiful Airbnbs In Maui

By Leah Freeman-Haskin

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Maui, also known as “The Valley Isle,” is the second largest Hawaiian island and one of the most beloved by visitors. There are many things this island is known for, but the most popular include its world-famous beaches, the sacred Iao Valley, views of migrating humpback whales (during winter months), farm-to-table cuisine, and the magnificent sunrises and sunsets from Haleakala. If you are planning an upcoming trip, here are some of the most stunning Airbnbs we could find, to make sure your vacation is just as you imagined.

Walk To Cove Beach Park From A Refined Villa

According to the post, this stunning bungalow is set amid lush tropical gardens with mango and palm trees, and is located across the street from Cove Beach Park, a popular surf spot frequented by locals and visitors. Whale watching, shopping, and dining are all within walking distance. This bungalow can sleep up to four people and starts around $200/night.

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Explore Waterfalls And Beaches From A Tropical Haiku Cottage

Vaulted white washed ceilings and a modern farmhouse decor create a beachy jungle vibe in this bright and airy home. This home is all about vacation vibes with ocean views and an acre of private gardens to explore. The cottage is located just a short drive from Haiku’s nearest beaches, hikes, parks, restaurants, and shopping. You and three friends can call this place home for just $239/night.

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Cottage Studio With A Ocean View

This one is all about the views. This cozy, romantic cottage can accommodate two guests. The home is nested on two acres of gardens with an expansive view of the ocean. You will be just minutes away from the Lavender Farm and Botanical Gardens and a short distance to beach. This cottage starts around $169/night depending on your travel dates.

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Wailea Townhome

All 1,500 sq. ft. of this spacious condo have been recently remodeled from top to bottom. It has 2 lanais, gorgeous ocean and garden views, and a perfect 5-star rating. The house can sleep up to six guests and will cost you and your crew around $249/night.

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Sexy Luxe Guesthouse + 180° Views + Own Hot Tub

Located on the slopes of Haleakala above the Wailea Resorts, this beautiful guest house has some of the best views on the island. Imagine watching the sunset from your private hot tub after a day of relaxing on the beach. Or stepping outside to your private balcony overlooking the ocean and the distant mountains. If that sounds like the ultimate dream, it’ll cost you around $330/night for you and a guest.


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