Nestled along Maui’s eastern coast, the sleepy town of Hana may be small but offers no shortage of breathtaking natural attractions. Although best known for the famous 64-mile long coastal Road to Hana and all of the stunning stops that line it, that’s not all there is to see and do in Hana.
The Manini Cottage is a pet-friendly wooden cabin that offers a rustic meets stylish getaway for two in the center of Hana. It was built before the island’s modern zoning laws, which means it enjoys a closer than usual locale to the coast.
The Hana-Maui Resort by Hyatt Residence is a 70-acre resort filled with swaying palm trees and plenty of outdoor amenities. For the active, it’s possible to book out bicycles, paddleboards, and traditional Hawaiian games like net throwing.
The Hamoa Bay Bungalow is a charming studio cottage located just outside Hana’s main streets. The interior features vaulted ceilings covered in knotty wood with exposed beams fostering a warm and cozy atmosphere.
The Hana Homestead is a lovely VRBO with unique elements such as bamboo floors and concrete countertops. The interior features two living rooms and a well-appointed kitchen perfect for families wishing to cook during their visit.
Heavenly Hana Paradise is a quaint studio equipped with all the comforts of home. This highly rated place to stay in Hana features a lovely covered lanai with plush furniture. Guests are greeted with a welcome basket of snacks, locally roasted coffee, and bottled water