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Yes you can, but the pool in the older area is much nicer for the kids. We liked the pool area of the new building because it was much quieter. So, I suppose if you have kids or not as to where you will spend your time.
I agree with Tiger, but I would also point out that the new Lahaina pool has a shallow end by the jacuzzi that is just terrific for young children that are learning to swim. My 3,5 and 7 year old absolutely loved it, and it's more shallow than most of the primary pool so it's a little easy for us parents who are watching them.
The upper end of the Lahaina pool is very quiet and i didn't see children spending time up there.
It's my understanding that all suite and villa users can use all the pools, but at least one of the Napili pools will be adult only. Kids gravitate to the superpool area in the older section because of the slide, waterfalls, and pirate ship for the youngest kids (toddlers).