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Road to Hana waterfalls, Charles Lindbergh's grave and the oceanfront Seven Sacred Pools are within 20 minutes' drive of this novel Hana studio on Maui. Free WiFi and cable TV are provided. Althoug Hana is a remote location, the room had all we need (water, food, etc.).
Located in Hana in the Hawaii region, with Hana Bay Beach Park and Hana nearby, Kailani Suite at hana Kai Resort provides accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. The location was amazing and the view couldn’t be beat. It was really nice eating breakfast outside on the deck.
Featuring garden and ocean views, Kula 4200 offers accommodations with a balcony and a kettle, around 19 mi from Haleakalā National Park. Very quiet, private and comfortable. Different from a resort experience in a good way. Expansive views are breathtaking. All of the creature comforts and conveniences provided. A perfect place for a family retreat.
Set in Kula, Kula Lodge offers free WiFi, and guests can enjoy a restaurant, a bar and a garden. There is a private bathroom with shower in all units, along with a hairdryer and free toiletries. A comfy little place in a less explored part of Maui with friendly and helpful staff on hand to help with any issues. On site is a charming shop and a restaurant with views that have to be seen to be believed.
Located in Haiku on Maui’s north shore, Adventure in Paradise features two units, each with an ocean view and a private hot tub. Free WiFi is included. Kahului Airport is 9.3 mi away. This place is amazing, beautiful landscape, jaccuzzi every evening to relax, very spacious accomodation. I was 6 months pregnant and the bed felt incredible. I recommand 100%.
Featuring an outdoor pool overlooking the ocean, this Makawao (Maui, Hawaii) B&B features a free breakfast. Free WiFi and a kitchenette are provided in all rooms. Ho'okipa Beach Park is 6.8 mi away. Breakfast was delivered to us early to accommodate our early departure to the road to Hana
It's not about Hana, it's about the stops on the way. I was really worried seeing so many negative reviews but I'm really glad we went. The roads can be hair raising but the beaches, waterfalls and hikes were worth it. Each had a different appeal so we never got tired of stopping. Spending a night in Hana was absolutely the right call. It made the trip much more enjoyable.
Apparently that side of the island is normally a bit more rainy than other parts of Maui, but the rainy season definitely exacerbated the amount of rain. That would be a huge factor in planning this trip as rain deters slightly from the overall experience since part of the trip is stopping along the road for various sights - which is definitely more fun without rain (especially if you rented a convertible).
Hana is a special place unlike any other. Its infrastructure is just developed enough to get there and stay as comfortably as you wish. However, resources are limited enough to make you aware; it encourages you to become an integral part of keeping Hana pristine, from picking up after yourself (and others) in nature and on private property to conserving energy and treading lightly when possible.
The road to Hana can be challenging. I drove and couldn't really enjoy the views, my wife (in the passenger seat) loved it. My suggestion is to take a small tour van and let someone else do the driving.
I split Road to Hana into 2 days, staying in Hana overnight and it was perfect. After checking in , I hit Hamoa Beach for a good swim then slept early. We hit Wailua Falls so early that there were only two other couples there, we took beautiful pictures. And there was plenty of time to do both the 7 sacred pools and pipiwai hike: we’re not experienced hikers and we completed everything by noon. Gave plenty of time to visit Charles Lindbergh’s grave before turning around returning to Paia. Highly recommend you split the trip!
Most drive through and head back when doing the road to Hana. Slow down there matey! Spend a night, take your time, enjoy a new area. It was so nice to not feel rushed. At night, you get the first feeling of what it’s like to be local. Only 2 options for evening dining. Chose the fancy hotel..it was good, but more than $50pp.
Althoug Hana is a remote location, the room had all we need (water, food, etc.).
Huge space, fabulous views, 24/7 outdoor pool