The Andaz Maui at Wailea is a sophisticated 60,700 square meter resort in a delightful beachfront location; with crescent shaped beaches and the glistening ocean at its doorstep.
This peaceful, unspoilt retreat is ideal for those wanting to relax and unwind in a calming atmosphere surrounded by nature and ocean. The open-air restaurant offers a true island feel, with live Hawaiian music and hula performances held every week. The spacious suites and cottages each have a private lanai where you can sit back and relax as you watch the sunset. Further relaxation can be found in the award-winning spa, or you can clear your mind with a yoga or Pilates class. For those wanting more activity, there are tennis courts on site and various hiking routes in the surrounding area. Alternatively, learn more about the local culture by taking part in lei making and ukulele lessons.
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Accommodation ranges from Waikoloa Family Suites to Garden View Suites and the luxurious Sea Ranch Cottages, which boast large lanais complete with hot tubs and sweeping views of the ocean. Waikoloa Family Suites can accommodate up to six guests and come with a full kitchen and large dining area, as well as a living room with cable TV. Garden View Suites boast indoor and outdoor seating areas and a wet bar; while guests staying in the Sea Ranch Cottages can enjoy inclusive packages offering spa treatments, meals and other exclusive Travaasa experiences.
The resort is located at the end of the Hana Highway in Hana, on the east coast of Maui. The meandering journey there along the scenic Hana Highway can take anywhere between two and five hours depending on your driving pace and the number of stops you make to take in the coastal views and explore the waterfalls and fruit stalls you pass.
Food and drink
The Preserve Kitchen and Bar is an open-air restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner and featuring live Hawaiian music and hula dancing throughout the week. The restaurant, which overlooks Hana Bay and Kauiki Hill, uses in-season, local ingredients and has a relaxed atmosphere to reflect Hana’s low-key lifestyle. The bar serves refreshing cocktails and a variety of other beverages, which are best enjoyed at sunset.
Families of up to six can stay in the spacious Waikoloa Family Suites, which have their own kitchen and dining area should you prefer to self-cater.
Facilities and activities
The Travaasa Hana offers a variety of activities covering five areas of interest: Adventure, Culinary, Culture, Fitness, and Spa & Wellness. On site you can make use of the tennis courts, Pilates and Yoga studios, guided meditation sessions, lei making and ukulele lessons, smoothie and cocktail making, cooking lessons and the relaxing spa. Those who wish to explore further afield can go cycling, horse riding, gliding, stand up paddle boarding, snorkelling or canoeing.
We think this property has it all: stunning views, a fantastic road to get there and an excellent range of activities and amenities. The service is exceptional and unrivalled in Hawaii.
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Alternative places to stay nearby
Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favorite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.
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Nestled in the West Maui Mountains, this quiet, private B&B offers incredible views of the Pacific Ocean and islands surrounding Maui.
Overlooking Maui's southern coastline, Hotel Wailea is a boutique property close to many local attractions; including Maui Ocean Center, Haleakala National Park, the old town of Lahaina and Lao State Park.
A small, traditional Hawaiian property, the Inn at Mama’s Fish House is a characterful base from which to explore the iconic Hana Highway.
Napili Kai is a traditional beach resort hotel offering a wealth of recreational activities and facilities.
Located on the western edge of the paradise island of Maui at Kapalua, this extensive resort sits between lush inland foliage of rolling hills and beautiful white sandy beaches in the middle of a century-old pineapple plantation.
The impressive Royal Lahaina Resort is set on Kaanapali Beach; offering three miles of soft white sand and occasional views of humpback whales in late October.
Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
On this guided snorkeling trip to Molokini Crater and Makena, two prime spots in Hawaii, you can view tropical fish and turtles. You also have the opportunity to see whales and dolphins during January to March.View details