If you’re gearing up for a business trip to Maui, consider yourself lucky! The Valley Isle is a beautiful destination with plenty to do and see between meetings. Stretch your legs on a scenic hiking trail, clear your head with a dip in the Pacific, or enjoy a round of golf with your colleagues. After all, there are worse places you could be!
Keep reading to see our full list of Maui travel tips for business travelers. Then, use our free Vacation Guide to help get you ready for your trip. Our guide has recommendations for the best restaurants, events, and activities in the area. Hey, it doesn’t have to be all work and no play!
Your Maui Business Travel Itinerary
There’s no better way to begin a busy day than with a delicious, gourmet breakfast at The Old Wailuku Inn. Each day, innkeeper Janice whips up homemade dishes that include fresh, locally grown ingredients. The meal is served at 8 a.m. in our dining room; you can also arrange for a continental breakfast as early as 7 a.m. If you have time, we highly recommend a cup of coffee on our veranda overlooking the garden. It’s the perfect way to wake up!
After you get some work done, discover why Maui is the best island in Hawaii. The Valley Isle is famous for its epic landscapes; from soft, sandy beaches to dense jungle, you’ll have plenty of options for getting outside and enjoying the fresh air.
When you have the chance to escape for a few hours, consider these outdoor activities:
Local Tip: What is Maui known for? Pineapple, of course! Don’t miss your chance to try it while you’re here. Have your team book a Pineapple Tour at Maui Tropical Plantation and spend a few hours in Maui’s beautiful Upcountry. You’ll even get a boxed, airport-ready pineapple to bring home with you!
Ahhh — finally, it’s time to relax. One of our favorite ways to end the day is kicking back with a beverage at Maui Brewing Co. and admiring an incredible Maui sunset. If you have the option to choose your dinner spot, consider these suggestions:
Local Tip: Check out our Dining Guide for a comprehensive list of the best local restaurants on the island.
Where to Stay
We mentioned above that our breakfast is excellent, and so are our accommodations! Unlike generic chain hotels, The Old Wailuku Inn at Ulupono captures the essence of Maui’s charm. Our historic property was built in 1924 and features a variety of Hawaiian quilts, books, and antiques. Plus, our friendly innkeepers were born and raised in Hawaii and love to chat with guests — whether they’re here for vacation or for work.
So, the next time you visit Maui on business, don’t stress! We’ve got you covered. Check our availability and book your stay now!