Perfectly situated on Hana Bay, this resort complex has a long history (it opened in 1970) and an excellent reputation for visitor hospitality—and the ocean views are stunning. All you have to do is take your morning coffee out onto the lanai of any of these lovely units to know why Hana is often referred to as "heavenly." Units are comfortably furnished with stylish furniture and tropical touches, and have well-equipped kitchens with all the appliances, table settings,
and tools you need to prepare meals. Egyptian cotton sheets on the beds and all-natural soaps and shampoos are special touches.
Nov 18, 2009
We stayed in a studio room (#102) for 2 nights. We found the room to be clean and nicely decorated. It had a full kitchen, and included kitchen supplies--- dinnerware, silverware, pots, cooking utensils--- I think anything you would need to prepare a simple meal. The refrigerator even had a filtered water pitcher filled with water already. When we arrived in the afternoon, since there is no a/c, the room felt stuffy, but by evening, with the breeze
off Hana Bay, it was comfortable to sleep with the lanai doors open and ceiling fan on. The room has a lovely view of Hana Bay, and falling asleep to the sound of the water is so relaxing. The lanais have privacy walls, but sitting out at night, you do hear the conversations from others--- but we did not have any noise in our room that kept us from sleeping. If you desire something more affordable than Hotel Hana Maui-- I recommend you check out the Hana Kai, I would not hesitate to stay there again.