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Hana Kai Maui

(800) 346-2772 or (808) 248-8426
4865 Uakea Rd, Hana
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We like this small condo property in Hana. The units have all been upgraded in some way here. The bedding has all been redone with high thread count Egyptian cotton sheets. Bathrooms have shower/tubs or are shower-only. The grounds have been carefully tended and include a lovely koi pond with waterfall. Good Hana Bay views from most units (except two first floor studios). They have phones in all the rooms, and local calls are free (important because your cell phone may not work here), but no TVs and no A/C. Since this is a small property, you may hear your neighbors if adjacent rooms are occupied. The lanais are spacious (about 300 sq. ft.) and tend to be very private. You won’t get tired of sitting on them and watching the ocean. Studios are a decent deal. All rooms have complete kitchens. Laundry is $10 per load or $20 for valet. Studios (300–400 sq. ft.) $220–$295, with 1/1s (550 sq. ft.) $230–$335, 2/2 (890 sq. ft.

2020-07-10T09:09:33-10:00 Rating: No Award

Travaasa Hana

(888) 820-1043 or (808) 248-8211
5031 Hana Hwy, Hana
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This resort has been through quite a lot. Built decades ago as a high-end getaway for the well-to-do, it fell into disrepair. A few owners later it has reclaimed much of its former glory and now exudes an old-world feel. It’s impossible to stay here and not feel relaxed—unless you contemplate the bill that awaits you at the end.

You’ll find tranquil green hillside grounds, fairly large rooms and relaxed staff. Every guest gets a welcome basket of banana bread. Their spa is small, but their treatment rooms are fairly large, and you get to use all the facilities when you book an appointment. They have a variety of classes from yoga to smoothie making, where you can even out the calories by using their “blender bike” to make your creation. They offer free cultural classes like ‘ukulele and hula lessons, lei making, bamboo pole and Hawaiian throw-net fishing.

2020-07-10T09:09:07-10:00 Rating: No Award
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