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Royal Lahaina Resort Talks Lahaina Town Vacations

Royal Lahaina Resort on Maui publishes article highlighting the appeals of a vacation in Lahaina town.


Lahaina, HI -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/08/2015 -- Royal Lahaina Resort is a premium rest and vacation establishment located in the town of Lahaina, on the West side of Maui. The Resort has been in operation since the 1960s, and has welcomed thousands of visitors from all 50 US states, as well as a wide range of foreign countries. The Resort doesn't specialize in catering to a single category of visitors, and is popular among families, couples on destination Maui honeymoons or weddings, sports and diving enthusiasts and many others.

Along with visitor info and promotions, the Resort also publishes informational articles on a broad spectrum of topics related to visiting and staying on Maui, such as the island's geography, climate, outdoor activities, visitor attractions, as well as suggestions for planning a Maui wedding or honeymoon, a family vacation and much more.

The latest article talks about the town of Lahaina itself, and is meant as a brief introduction to Lahaina, its illustrious history, food scene and events that may appeal to visitors.

The article begins by giving a brief overview of Lahaina's former status as the capital of the Hawaiian kingdom, during the era when the islands were an independent nation ruled by Native Hawaiian kings.

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It goes on to talk about Lahaina's own reign as a major whaling center, back when that industry was at its peak in the 19th and early 20th centuries. After the decline of whaling, Lahaina experienced a resurgence as a center of tourism, vacationing and rest; today, the town is home both to numerous establishments that cater to visitors, as well as many old and historic buildings that are maintained to preserve the town's historic legacy.

The article goes on to talk about some of the events held in Lahaina, such as the annual Plantation Days that celebrate the legacy of the cane sugar plantations that used to be prevalent in West Maui, as well as the migrant workers who made them bloom.

Lastly, the article touches on restaurants and other businesses that make Lahaina an attractive destination for dining and shopping.

The full article can be read on the Resort's website. Royal Lahaina Resort hopes that readers around the world will benefit from the information in their articles, and looks forward to greeting them in person on their Lahaina vacation.

Contact info:
Royal Lahaina Resort
2780 Kekaa Drive Lahaina, Maui, HI 96761