Kula Hotels are not found in abundance. The community and infrastructure in Kula are not really focused on tourism. Kula is more centered on agriculture, ranching, and residential communities. Kula has a strong agricultural tradition. The lands above the residential area are mostly used for farming. Onions are grown at the lower part of Kula. Higher up on the slopes you will find lettuce, cabbage, lavender and even an Olive Oil farm. The closest thing to a hotel you can get here are bed and breakfasts and a handful of vacation rentals. There are a couple of these types of short-term rentals that are scattered around Kula.
If you are looking for luxurious hotels then you can head to the resort hubs of Maui that are located along the shoreline. These areas include the regions of Kaanapali, Kapalua, Wailea, and Lahaina. The hotels there are from big brands and they are generally more luxurious than the ones you will find in Kula. The amenities that the coastline hotels offer are top notch. Most of these hotels have restaurants in them so guests don’t have to go far to eat. In addition to onsite dining, many of them also have spas, activity centers and concierge services that are located on the property.
Jeremy Stice is the Author of the Maui Real Estate Guidebook.
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