Places To Stay Around The Hana Area!
Also, some are only open during certain times of the year, while others may have ceased operations. I try to keep this list updated, but situations change often on this somewhat remote part of Maui.
Please “google” each facility, do a bit of research on accommodations in the Hana area, and also call them to guarantee the accuracy of the information.
Aloha Cottages – In Hana Town near the Hana Bay – $75 a night – (808) 248-8420.
Ana’s House. Rent the whole house! It’s perfect for anniversaries, honeymoons, or a special event. It’s expensive. (808) 780-1312
Bamboo Inn – Located on Hana Bay – Very Romantic. (808) 248-7718 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hale Kukuna – One and two bedroom house that has a nice fishpond nearby. (808) 248-8980
Hana Accomodations – a good resource for information. (808) 248-7868
Hana Aloha Hale – private and very romantic. (808) 269-2151
Hana Bay Hale – walking distance to beaches, dining and hiking trails. (808) 248-4999
Hana Bed & Breakfast Ocean Vista – close to Ohea Gulch & Haleakala National Park. (808) 248-7824
The Hana Estate -4-bedroom house with a private 9-hole golf course. (808) 268-8873
Hana Kai Maui -email: Hanakai@maui.net (808) 248-8426
Hana Lani Tree House – just two units with ocean views – (808) 248-7241
Hana Maui Botanical Garden B&B – (808) 248-7725
Hana Maui Travel Company – affordable cottages to luxury homes on large lots – (808) 248-7742
Hana Maui Vacation Rentals – good source for accomodations – (808) 248-8087
Hana Oceanfront Cottages – rentals close to Hamoa Beach, but pricey at $250 a night an up. (808) 248-7558
Hana Organic Far & Eco-Retreat – ideal for nature lovers, with quiet, lush organic gardens. Walk to Hana Bay. (808) 269-8572
Hana Palms Bungalow – worth considering when you go to Hana – (808) 248-8980
Hana Paradise Cottages – one and two bedroom cottages with ocean views – (808) 481-8980
Hana Tradewind Cottages – Ocean and mountain views – (808) 248-8980
Hotel Hana-Maui – Premiere, luxury hotel with over 65 cottages. Very expensive. (808) 248-8211
Joe’s Place – email: email@example.com – (808) 248-7033
Luana Spa Retreat – Nice and overlooks Hana Bay. (808) 248-8855
Maui B&B at Baby Pigs Crossing – Very secluded and expensive.
Things To Do On Maui!
Visit Honolua Bay when you’re on the west side of Maui, and maybe grab a pizza at Dollie’s. There plenty of activities on Maui and also some of the best burger places are in Lahaina Town. Don’t forget to make a trip to Haleakala Crater and snorkel at Black Rock or Airport Beach.
Looking for a great breakfast? Try The Gazebo in Napili. Do some shopping at Lahaina Cannery Mall, try some pizza in Lahaina Town at Prison Street Pizza, or go upcountry and have a great steak at Makawao Steakhouse.
Here’s a few West Maui beaches to enjoy:
Aloha – Enjoy Maui!
Beaches. Maui has some of the best beaches in the world. Napili Bay and Kapalua Bay on the west side of the island are popular snorkel locations, and everyone loves Baby Beach in Lahaina. Honolua Bay is also awesome for snorkeling, and Slaughterhouse Beach nearby is a tourist favorite. Don’t forget to try D.T. Fleming Beach Park.
Top 10 Lists. Take a look at my Top 10 Activities on Maui, and my Top 10 Restaurants. There’s also my Top 10 Attractions while visiting Maui and, of course, my Top 7 Shopping places and Top 5 Luau experiences.
Eating & Drinking. Oh, yea. You’ve also got to eat and drink while visiting Maui. Well, for breakfast The Gazebo in Napili is a “must-do tradition,” along with the Kihei Café. For pizza, try Prison Street Pizza in Lahaina or Dollie’s Pub & Café in Napili.
In the upcountry town of Makawao are two good places to eat – Casanova Italian Restaurant and Makawao Steak House. Stop at this “Hawaiian cowboy” town on your way down from a sunrise visit at Haleakala Crater.
Ever been in a rainforest? Check-out the Honolua Bay Rainforest! Out in Paia is a famous restaurant – Charley’s – so make sure you stop there for breakfast on your way to Hana, or for dinner on your way back. Check-out the various places to stay in Hana!
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