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Considering Haiku Mill, but staying in Wailea?

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    Posted 02 August 2013 - 01:46 PM

    Hi ladies,

    I am newly engaged and have fallen in love with the Haiku Mill. All of our guests will be coming from either Canada or Australia though, and I understand Maui's north shore is not very developed and has less swimming beaches. I was thinking of basing everyone in Wailea where they will be free to entertain themselves before/after wedding. Also, the Haiku Mill closes at 10pm so I think we will almost certainly want an after-party for the younger generation - and I figure there's probably more bars etc in Wailea... We'll be shuttling everyone back to their hotels anyway. If anyone has ANY advice on this plan, or advice from experiences with Haiku Mill that would be great. (Main reason I like that place is because I don't want a beach wedding, and I like the intimacy of its enclosed walls, while still being outside.)



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