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Rediscovering the Charm of Hāna at Resident Rates

July 29, 2011, 9:17 AM HST
* Updated July 29, 9:18 AM
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By Wendy Osher

Alau island located off of the picturesque Hāna shoreline in East Maui. Photo by Wendy Osher.

Hawaiʻi residents have an opportunity to rediscover the charm of Hāna at resident rates.  The stay-cation Total Travaasa packages are being offered to kamaʻāina through December 23, 2011.  The 30 percent-off deal comes following the branding change of the formerly known Hotel Hāna-Maui, to the Travaasa Hāna several weeks ago.

The package offers guests adults-only accommodations at the Hotel’s plantation-style, ocean view Sea Ranch Cottages. Also included per day are three meals, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages, any 60-minute treatment from the award-winning indoor/outdoor spa, all resort activities, use of sports equipment, wellness classes, use of The Spa facilities, lei greeting upon arrival, and parking.

“When you factor in all of the adventure, culinary, culture, fitness and spa/wellness experiences we offer, the Total Travaasa package presents our guests with an incredible value,” said General Manager Mark Stebbings. “They can do as little or as much as they would like, and not worry about resort fees or surprise add-ons.”

Programming reflects the local traditions and flavor of Hāna, with activities that include a historical tour of Hāna town, guided coastal and garden walks, and bicycle tours. For sun-seekers, the resort offers daily shuttles to Hamoa Beach.  There’s also an infinity wellness pool on property.

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Kamaʻāina rates for the Total Travaasa package start at $349 per person, per night, based on double occupancy, excluding taxes and service charges.

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The AAA Four Diamond Hotel was recently rated the No. 2 Hawaii Hotel in the 2010 Condé Nast Traveler Reader’s Choice Awards Poll. The Spa at Travaasa Hāna was also named the No. 1 Resort Spa in Hawaii by Condé Nast Traveler in 2011.

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