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Trip Report Four Seasons Maui Trip Review!

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Just got back from the Four Seasons Maui at Wailea. Had previously stayed at the Fairmont Wailea. The Four Seasons was certainly gorgeous and had the better pools (particularly loved the serenity pool). I was a little bummed out about the public beach, though this was no fault of the Four Seasons. The Fairmont's beach is private, so you get better beach service. At the Four Seasons, the beach is public, so the service is nonexistent, which feels a little bizarre for a Four Seasons.

Having stayed at Four Seasons all over the world, I was pretty underwhelmed. The service was terrible, and I'm not usually one to complain, either. The food was also pretty expensive (50$ average an entree) which can be expected, but usually Four Seasons Resorts have at least one less-upscale restaurant with more average pricing. Anyway, it definitely is not my favorite in the chain, and I probably wouldn't return. I felt like the Fairmont had a much better value for the money. Anyway, if you want more detail or pictures:

http://www.peacelovewander.com/2012/05/four-seasons-maui.html

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