|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Aloha! And welcome to our home in the heart of Hana town above Hana Bay. Relax in the upstairs 2 bedroom/ 1 bathroom unit, with a full kitchen, living room, dining area, washer/dryer and a covered deck with views of the ocean and mountain. Maximum 4 adult guests. The 2br/1ba rental rate is $189/night, a one-time cleaning fee of $55, and applicable taxes, which you can reserve yourself online.
An additional downstairs 1 bedroom/1 bathroom, with living room and covered patios can be added if more than four people are staying upstairs. The fee for the full 3 bedroom/2 bath option is $289/night, a one-time cleaning fee of $95, and applicable taxes. Maximum 8 adult guests. Unfortunately you cannot reserve the whole home automatically online, but if you call or email us the dates you would like to stay we can generate the quote and email it to you for review and the same secure online payment method.
Two-night minimum, although we will book a one-night reservation if there is one night open that is sandwiched between the reserved dates of other guests.
A description of amenities and features and a discussion of things to do in Hana can be found below. We hope you enjoy your stay!!
Born and raised on Maui in the area known as 'upcountry', Hana is a place for us to visit, unwind, and enjoy some surf, hiking, and relaxation. We hope you can share in the experience as well.
Brook Starr, a Hawaii licensed realtor under Hugh Starr & Co, Inc purchased this house in 2011
Ocean and mountain views, close proximity to town and beaches, clean and newly remodeled is the reason we chose this as our home to visit in Hana.
We stayed for 3 nights. Great view of sunsets and can hear ocean (although not on ocean). Owner was helpful. Location is right before Hana on main road (it was closed when we went so no traffic, so I can't say if it's busy). No air conditioning but don't need it, was comfortable and clean. We did upstairs rental with 2 bedrooms, comfortable beds. Has new TV. This isnt a luxury condo, but nice for what we needed. They provided shampoo/bathwash/etc. They had towels for beach. I would recommend this for a stay. Also check out the spa near the Thai food, very good. (all on Yelp). Make sure to bring your food, not much here for groceries or eating out dinner. Road to Hana was great but DEFINITELY buy the GPS/CD/app that tells you where to stop along the way. Hard to tell where you are to find the waterfalls. Loved the beaches (no people before 11am at any of them) and the Oheo gulch.
My wife and I spended 8 nights at Hanabay at this condo, the owner (Brook) is very fast to answer email for any kind of questions.
We stayed in the upstairs apartment only. It was simple and clean and had everything we needed including a washer and dryer which was a huge plus. It was a great location for exploring Hana and the surrounding areas for a few days. Brooke was very accommodating and helpful and we had a great time.
The place was perfect for me and my two girlfriends. It was a little rainy during our stay in Hana, but the place made it so that didn't matter! Clean, comfortable, well-furnished and great location.
we were looking at the last minute in the high season, so my choices were limited. Having said that, Brook was very nice to deal with, the photos were accurate, the kitchen was well equipped, it was clean, lovely location--and i loved having the open pastures on the uphill side of the road. However, I probably would require one of two things to rent this property again: Either comfortably finish furnishing it, or lower the price point to be competitive with the more budget properties in the area. The bedrooms each had one night table and lamp, two would be the norm, especially for king room. And there was not one other furnishing in bedrooms--a table, chair or dresser to put your things on. The living room did not even have a lamp or end table( and the TV they stated was coming a month ago was not there, not that we cared or expected it). And that furniture was too uncomfortable to even sit on! There still was no curtain on the other front room window(we put up a sheet). And the tub/tile still needs a good cleaning(how about a nice shower curtain over the shower liner?). Some pictures or more "decor" would be nice, though not as necessary.
So, again, it was accurately portrayed, but those would be my honest assessments--lower price or better and more complete furnishing!
Very clean and comfortable unit at a reasonable cost in Hana. The manager was very friendly and helpful and responded to all my emails promptly.
We were just there for one night but it met all our expectations and I would definitely recommend you stay in Hana if you are going to make the trek on the Hana Road.
Our home is located in the rural town of Hana, on the East side of Maui. There are beautiful beaches nearby, including Hana Bay, a 10 minute walk away, and Hamoa Beach, a 10 minute drive down the road, consistently named one of the most beautiful beaches in America, where we like to spend our time surfing, swimming with the kids, and lounging under the shady trees.
Lots of hiking to see waterfalls and swimming in fresh water pools, including Oheo (Seven Sacred Pools) that is part of the U.S. National Park Service and Waianapanapa State Park that has a cool volcanic grotto you can swim in, a black sand beach, and a blow hole along the coastline.
Or just relax on the covered deck, play some cards, board games, read a book, or enjoy a movie or two via the wireless internet on your computer or tablet, or rent a movie from Hasegawa General Store and watch it on the flat screen TV in the living room upstairs.
There are many mom and pop places to eat, including a bright orange burrito food truck right in town with great burritos, coffee and pastries that is owned/operated by Andy and Tuna, a brick oven pizza place, thai food stop, other 'plate lunch' stops, and fresh organic fruit and veggie stands where much of the food is grown organically right here in Hana.
There are two main general stores in town to get most of your basic necessities. If you want a large variety of food to choose from though it may be wise to get some provisions from the main part of the island before you head out to Hana. Our favorite food store on the island is Mana Foods, in the town of Pa'ia on the North Shore, where they're loaded with fresh, natural and organic grocery shopping, a deli, bakery and vitamin room. Although, we also frequent Hasegawa's General Store and the Hana Ranch Store in town during our stays.
The road out to Hana itself is half the treat, with dramatic scenery of the cliff-lined coastline, a couple of fruit stands (including a mobile creperie along the road in the jungle as you begin your journey!), and lots of hikes from trail heads off the road. As with any adventuring please be cautious and aware of your surroundings and weather conditions while enjoying the outdoors.
A tip for the drive out to Hana, pack a lunch with snacks and drinks, don't rush it, and pull over for faster drivers if they come up behind you. There are many pull-out spots, the drivers behind you will appreciate it, and you can relax and really soak in the beauty.
There is one gas station in Hana town, and none along the 2-hour drive from the main towns on the other side of the island, so fill up before you get here.
Hana is a tropical paradise, which means it has little critters like mosquitoes, cockroaches and ants at times, and don't be surprised by the odd chicken or two, mongoose, (cows, there's a beautiful working cattle ranch) or other wildlife in an around Hana town and the East side of the island. Our home is usually nice and breezy, and we have quarterly treatments of the outside and inside of the home with natural repellents, so there should be little activity of small critters, however, closing screen doors and cleaning up food after eating is always a good idea. We have some mosquito repellent there if you need it, just in case. And if you have any problems please let us know.
Our location is very convenient to the beaches, sites and stops in Hana, with great views, and as can be seen from the photos and mapping, we are in a residential setting. There can be some typical neighborhood activity. We have a large redwood fence along the rural road and plantings around the property to make you feel tucked away. Feel free to get in touch with me to answer any questions you may have.
The upstairs 2br/1ba rental rate is $189/night, a one-time cleaning fee of $55 and taxes and fees, which you can reserve yourself online. Maximum number of adult guests is 4. An additional 1 br/1 bath, living room and covered patios downstairs can be added if more than four people are staying upstairs. The fee for the whole home (3br/2ba) is $289/night, a one-time cleaning fee of $95 and applicable taxes. Maximum number of adult guests is 8. Unfortunately you cannot reserve the whole home automatically online, but if you call or email us the dates you would like to stay we can generate the quote for the whole home, email it to you for review and the same secure online payment method.
We hope you enjoy your stay!!!
The property is owned and managed by Brook Y. Starr, a Hawaii licensed realtor.
State Tax ID: W02646456-01
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Cleaning Fee||$55 + Tax|
|Refundable damage deposit||$100|
The upstairs 2br/1ba is $189/night, + $55 cleaning fee, & taxes, which you can reserve yourself online.
The whole two-story 3br/1ba home can be rented for $289/night, + $95 cleaning fee, & taxes. Unfortunately you cannot reserve the whole home automatically, but if you email/call with your requested dates we can email you a quote for review and the same secure online payment method.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.