GAY HAWAII…..Maui SunSeeker Expands

Most resort destinations really have two gay communities, and Maui is no different. The local community tends to socialize in their own ‘family’ in private homes, informal groups or a weekly excursion to the beach. Although the local community is typically low-key, there are fundraisers and social events happening often, and visitors are always welcome.

The other gay group on Maui is made up of vacationing singles or couples, many of whom return to the island every year. The scene on Maui isn’t focused so much on high energy or heavy cruising but more on enjoying the incredible beauty found here.

Whichever group you identify with, you’ll find lots of opportunities to have fun, participate in activities and mix with the locals. Information on current local gay activities can be found online at

From its heavenly beaches to its scenic natural wonders, there are plenty of reasons why Maui has been voted “Best Island” by readers of Conde Nast Traveler for more than a dozen years.

The second largest island in the Hawaiian chain, Maui is 48 miles long and 26 miles across with a land area of 729 square miles.  But into that space is packed long, sandy beaches, tropical rainforests, rolling green pasture lands, dryland forests, and spectacular rocky cliffs. 

 Maui’s average temperature is between 75 and 85 degrees.  In one day you can huddle at the top of Haleakala Crater watching a sunrise in 40 degree weather, sit on the sand at Kihei enjoying the tradewinds at noon, and watch the sun set in the west in the cooler evenings.


Maui Sunseeker LGBT Resort is the place on Maui where you can feel free to be yourself.  Welcoming all, but catering primarily to the gay and lesbian traveler, we are the largest gay owned and operated hotel in Hawaii serving the gay and lesbian market.  

Located in Kihei, on Maui’s beautiful south shore, Maui Sunseeker is the perfect place for gorgeous Pacific Ocean views, seasonal whale watching and magical Maui Sunsets.  

Currently in an expansion plan to grow the resort from 17 guests rooms to 30 rooms during 2011.  “We have exciting plans for the two new properties we have acquired that are adjacent to the current resort and one comes complete with a swimming pool.”

Come enjoy the view from your lanai or from their rooftop tanning deck.  Take a moonlit stroll or early morning walk along four mile long Mai Poina ‘Oe La’u Beach, just steps from your door at Maui Sunseeker LGBT Resort!


They are celebrating  the Grand Opening of the New Sugar Beach Building 600! Poolside  full suites  and  more!

Want to convince yourself to get to Maui?
Check out the
Maui SunSeeker webcam!

Installed by Bump Networks, the HD technology is amazing. Not only can you control the camera for 2 minutes at a time by clicking on ‘Control’, you can move the tabs at the top to swing the camera left and right.

Find out why readers of Conde Nast Traveler, keep voting MAUI, Best Island,  for more than a dozen years!


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