With some of the best prices around, this small, heart-of-town hotel, built in 1901, when Lahaina was the bawdy heart of the Pacific's whaling industry, has been substantially remodeled and updated to offer clean and basic rooms. Its grounds are well tended and there's a courtyard and private room designed specifically for weddings. The restaurant is open from 7 am to 10 pm daily and is a popular hangout (especially at sunset) for folks who work at the harbor as well as
hotel guests. Fans of author Tom Robbins will recognize the inn as a setting in his novel Still Life with Woodpecker.