Maui has a wide selection of accommodations, ranging from deluxe oceanfront resorts to condominiums, time-shares, bed-and-breakfasts, health spas, retreat centers, beachfront cabins and a few campgrounds. Make reservations well in advance, especially during the peak travel seasons (mid-December to April and June-August). Most condominiums are in Kihei and Honokowai. The resort areas are primarily Wailea and Ka'anapali. Read More ...
Those wanting to stay overnight at one of the three primitive cabins in Haleakala National Park will need to book months in advance. The maximum stay is three nights. Camping is available at two campgrounds in the park free of charge, but a permit is required. Two drive-in campgrounds are available without a permit first-come, first-served. Contact the park for details. Phone 808-572-4400. http://www.fhnp.org/wcr.
More camping information is available at http://www.recreation.gov.
If you can't get accommodations in the park, try nearby Kula Lodge, which offers Swiss-style chalets with fireplaces, but be sure to reserve in advance because it only has five rooms. Phone 808-878-1535. Toll-free 800-233-1535. http://www.kulalodge.com.
There are also cabins and a campground at Wai'anapanapa State Park, near Hana. The inexpensive, comfortable cabins can sleep up to six people. Cabins and campsites fill up, so book early. Phone 808-984-8109. All reservations must be made online at http://www.hawaiistateparks.org.< Show Less