Lahaina

Lahaina Travel Guide

Articles about Lahaina

By Katrina Brown Hunt

For fireworks, free watermelon, and rich history, plant your flag in one of these festive July 4th towns, approved by T+L readers.

By Katrina Brown Hunt

With boardwalk rides, historic mansions, and homemade fudge, the best seaside towns offer charms that stretch beyond the sand.

By Lyndsey Matthews
By Wayne Curtis

Cheers to these small towns for great Main Streets, where you can admire architecture, sample the local flavor, and find a lost America.

Hotels in Lahaina

The 432-room low-rise hotel comes with authentic Hawaiian atmosphere, thanks to activities such as lei making.

Restaurants in Lahaina

This Lahaina pub (opened in 1983) was the second of three locations to open in Hawaii, three years after the original launched in Waikiki. All three meals are served at this casual spot, known for its daily happy hour and hearty meal sizes.

Things to do in Lahaina

From a look at the records available in the old prison, Hale Paahao (“stuck-in-irons house”), built by King Kamehameha III to detain unruly sailors who refused to return to their ships by sundown, it’s easy to see which group prevailed more often than not.