551 S. Kihei Rd., Kihei, Maui, HI    +1 (808) 879-1261

Full Suite

from $269 night

The Full Suite at the Maui Sunseeker has become a favorite for many of our guests.

It includes three separate rooms for unabashed comfort: a bathroom, bedroom, full open kitchen and living room for a total living space of 500 square feet.

The kitchen features a full-size refrigerator and stove, stocked with plenty of cook- and tableware that is ideal for preparing meals — which can give you the opportunity to cook a meal with all the comforts of home and save on dining out. If you are staying with us for a prolonged period of time, we highly recommend a Full Suite for the utmost comfort and utility.

The Full Suite offers the addition of a queen-size sleeper sofa in the living room, ideal if you need a separate sleeping arrangement from the plush California King bed. The 600 building Full Suites offer views of, and direct access to, our beautiful saline pool. The 100 and 200 building Full Suites offer garden and/or ocean views. All have wonderful additions that make Maui the perfect place to spend your vacation, offering you the chance to relax and make yourself at home in gay paradise. Rates from $269 depending on season.

If you had a chance to see the "Hotel Impossible" episode earlier this year when Anthony Melchiorri and his crew visited the Sunseeker, made suggestions and helped with the remodel of a suite, you know what the owners had to go through. And apparently they not only made it through the tapings, but they also took the suggestions to heart and carried out the improvements throughout the hotel. I stayed in a one-bedroom suite right off the pool. The suite was spotless, the furnishings looked new, the bathroom was full of fluffy towels and the bedroom sported one of the comfiest beds I've ever slept in. Melchiorri can be a gruff guy, but if you watch the show and see property owners take heed of his advice you'll realize that he's very smart at what he does. If you'd like a more inside look at how the reality show covered the Sunseeker, they have a great FAQ page on their website. I get over to Maui at least twice a year (I live in Honolulu) and I'll definitely plan on staying at the Sunseeker in the future.