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Hawaii: At last, spring break without kids at this luxury Maui resort

With rooms starting at nearly $800 a night, one of Maui’s top-rated hotels isn’t likely to attract many college students during spring break. And that’s just the way the hotel likes it.

The Four Seasons Resort Maui is offering all sorts of perks in the coming months during its Grown-Up Spring Break promotion.

The offer runs April 13 to June 19, and rates start at $779 for a garden-view room.

Though there are more than enough activities to fill up even the most active adult’s day, there are no plans for wild beer parties. There are, however, free tastings of locally made craft brews.

The events calendar also includes a number of complimentary perks, such as cooking classes and outrigger canoe paddling, plus pool parties that promise to be far more refined than those in, for instance, Daytona Beach.

Though there’s usually a charge for one of the resort’s most unique and most popular activities, stand-up paddleboard yoga, it’s among the freebies during the spring promotion. The activity offers a new way for fans of yoga to expand their routine while enjoying Maui’s views from the ocean.

The Four Seasons is located in Wailea, 17 miles south of the airport at Kahului.

Info and reservations: Four Seasons Resort Maui, (800) 334-6284

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