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Where to stay in Maui

Villa vacation rentals in Maui

Staying in one of the numerous Maui Villas offers you a luxurious vacation experience you wouldn’t be able to have with other vacation rentals. Whether you want to be in the hills, on the beach, or near Maui, VacationRenter has a wealth of villa options for you alone, your bachelor party, or your family vacation in Hawaii. While villas are considered to be the upscale vacation rental, you can still manage to find yourself a villa to rent for under $193/night. However, if you really want to impress the family and/or your guests, there are 1,034 villas available for rent between $567 and $22,485/night.

This is your Maui vacation, why not do it in the lap of luxury with a gorgeous villa to make the Hawaii trip truly memorable. Search above to see the 10336 available villas for rent over the next 30 days, or take a look below at some of the trending villas in the Maui, HI area. Maui has been a frequently searched travel destination this year and continues to grow in popularity and it’s likely because of these beautiful villas for rent. VacationRenter offers a wide selection of vacation villas from travel sites like VRBO (Vacation Rentals By Owner), Homeaway, Booking.com, and many more. Search your travel dates to find available Maui luxury homes for your next vacation.

Where is Maui

Maui County includes three islands in the island chain of Hawaii: Maui, Lanai and most of Molokai. Visitors to Maui can choose their weather and focus on specific areas of the island to have precisely the vacation they desire.

Quick Guide to Maui

Maui County is as diverse as it is beautiful. With distinct areas of the island, vacationers can travel around Maui to enjoy a wealth of different climates and environments.
  • Hana: Perhaps the most renowned aspect of Hana is not the place itself but the road that leads to it. Hana is remote and pristine and is well worth the trip.
  • Ka'anapali: This beach resort area is likely the most popular and most beautiful on Maui. Vacationers flock to Ka'anapali for its beaches, beach walk, golf courses, shops, galleries, restaurants and more.
  • Makena: The pace in Makena is slightly slower than Ka'anapali, but many vacationers are catching on to the allure of this area. With beaches, resorts and unspoiled coastlines, Makena promises to surround you with beauty.

More Home-types in Maui

Maui has a variety of property types for you to consider when booking a trip. Here are the most popular property types in Maui:
- Oceanfront10,336 vacation rentals
- Beach10,336 vacation rentals
- Condo7,974 vacation rentals
- Apartment7,974 vacation rentals
- House1,309 vacation rentals
- Villa400 vacation rentals
- Resort277 vacation rentals
- Hotel165 vacation rentals
- Private Room158 vacation rentals
- Bed & Breakfast28 vacation rentals

Points of interests in Maui

Maui has several popular points of interest for you to check out when visiting the area. Here are the most popular points of interest in Maui:
- Kamaole Beach Park III: 2,634 vacation rentals
- Kapalua Coastal Trail: 668 vacation rentals
- Makaluapuna Point: 346 vacation rentals
- Atlantis Submarines Maui: 341 vacation rentals
- Lahaina Banyan Court: 323 vacation rentals
- Poi By The Pound: 8 vacation rentals
- Maui Dragon Fruit Farm: 5 vacation rentals