Located at the end of the famous Road to Hana, Hana-Maui Resort sits on 66 lush acres overlooking the Pacific Ocean on Maui's eastern coast. Views of rolling fields, palm tree groves and the shores of Kaihalulu Bay await travelers. With the ability to fly in guests via our 10-seater Cessna or helicopter, guests who want to bypass the gorgeous hairpin turns of the Hana Highway are just 30 minutes from our door when they land at Kahului Airport (OGG). Once on property, allow the gently rhythms of true Maui relax you. With focuses on wellness and adventure, Hana-Maui Resort invites you to experience East Maui like never before: horseback riding, biking, stand up paddle boarding, hiking, making lei, learning 'ukulele, eating farm to fork cuisine, enjoying Hamoa Beach and endless activities await. And when you make Hana your home base for adventure, you will always find something amazing around every turn.
One of our best trips ever! You don't really know that this is a Hyatt property (not too happy with Hyatt). The local people who run the place are amazing! Haunani, Nancy and Sharon made our trip so much more than we hoped for. Our bungalow had an incredible view and was just steps away from the beach. Such a peaceful, relaxing and friendly place - Hana is. We can't wait to return! Thank you to the people of Hana!
My husband and I were blown away at the beauty of this property. We stayed in a beautiful busier hotel in the otherside of Maui which was fun but at THIS hotel it was a getaway. Every view was breathtaking. The 1 bed/1 bath room we had was huge and clean. Warning there is no air conditioning or tv's here (there is great wifi) but you forget you care about either while here. We brought a small speaker and played music. The staff was kind and had great recommendations for activities. The hotel itself sits on so many acres that if it was at full capacity each guest still has the equivalent to 1 acre of their own. You see other guests but mainly only at the pools. It was just so beautiful. We did four hikes some on property, one next to it and one 30 minutes away. We got our fill of adventure and then just lounged all over the property. We wished their was a hot tub accessible to all guests, it was our understanding you could only use the hot tub the day you were using spa services. The food was tricky because there was 1 restaurant and food trucks. The food trucks were FANTASTIC once you got the hang of ordering and waiting. Staying at this hotel was dreamy though despite little things not being what you're used to in your daily busy life. Make sure to look over the cliffs behind the infinity pool there are plenty of sea turtles to spot in the water and you can cross the fence back there,( the hotel owns it) and hike and wander around the black lava rocks to see fish and crabs. We hope to return some day, have fun!…
My husband and I got married on property, as well as stayed here for 4 nights leading up to our wedding. 10/10 would recommend to absolutely anyone. From the service, scenery, cleanliness, food, alcohol - ALL OF IT! Truly an unforgettable stay. If you are coming to Maui, do yourself a favor and stay in Hana at the Hana-Maui Resort for at least a few days. Worth every penny!! We will most certainly be back!
The grounds are nice, pool was moderately warm. Not worth a resort fee. The grounds were swarmed with people so we couldn’t actually use the amenities. However, the room was awful. The pillows were like flat rocks, there were bugs and geckos inside our room, no views, and no central ac. We did not sleep at all we were so hot and uncomfortable. No early breakfast options. Super disappointed
I had read some reviews prior to our expected arrival and had low expectations. This hotel was such a pleasant surprise. As other reviewers had mentioned the rooms are dated, but I would say more specifically the tile work in the bathroom. It was easily overlooked by the serene cottage setting. The staff were personable and the views from our cottage were striking. Truth be known I cannot speak for those people who stayed in a standard room, however the cottages felt like a true haven. The deck was huge with ample chaises and seating. Prior to our arrival, we had stayed at the Ritz Carlton in Waikiki and the four seasons in Maui and this was our favorite of the three. Warm welcome upon arrival, wonderful trails for me to do my running, yoga for my husband, hammocks, complentary use of washer/dryer with detergent provided, and several outdoor spaces to enjoy. I did not go in the pool although the setting looked exquisite. The grounds as a whole were well maintained and appealing. The fountain close to the gift shop is a great spot to relax and very picturesque. We would easily return. We also enjoyed the restaurant and my son said that he felt like a VIP as they picked us up with a golf cart and drove us over to the restaurant and then picked us up and returned us back to the cottage.…
Very relaxing, clean, beautiful resort. It was a great stop after road to Hana. The restaurant was awesome and felt quant and the hotel was extremely helpful and accommodating. Staff was very personable
If you're looking for a piece of heaven on earth, then head to the Hana-Maui resort. The grounds are well kept and the staff go above and beyond to provide comfortable accommodations. The amenities are also plentiful with different activities offered daily from fitness to cultural experiences. My only regret was not taking more time to enjoy this side of Maui at the resort. Hana, overall, has a small town feel. The long winding journey on the road to Hana is worth getting away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. I truly got the rest and relaxation that I wanted at this resort just simply relaxing poolside or taking long walks on the resort grounds. Addionally, you can't watch the sunrise on the other side of the island, this resort has a breathtaking front row seat to the sunrise over the ocean.…
Room was clean and comfortable with great view. Enjoyed two very nice dinners at the restaurant. Food and service was good and nice wine list. Loved the open space of the property and listening to the surf.
Booked this room on points and glad I didn't pay 700 for the room. Was not greeted as being a hyatt member was not offered any upgrade. When asked if I could get late checkout they offered 12pm instead of 11. Not much. Was not aware there was no AC in the garden room. The room is large but the furnishings are worn. The coffee maker only makes mini espresso and no place on site to get a morning coffee without going into town. The bathtub had rust around the faucet and the shower handles were loose. The infinity pool was lovely as was sunset and sunrise on the lawn. You are able to request a microwave. Enjoyed the calm vibe and sitting on the lanai. Overall it was an okay stay but certainly not a full scale luxury resort.
Hana is a treasure, and to go and relax there is a joy. This property has an exquisite ocean front location and is very serene. The staff is helpful, kind and available. We chose to overlook deferred maintenance and remember that the ocean weather makes it very challenging to keep everything perfect. But to relax in the room or on the lanai and enjoy and calm and beauty are fantastic. A very complement to the lovely small town of Hana.