Getaways: Five Unbeatable Hawaiian Resorts

Travassa Hana: Maui
Maui has a lot of options for places to stay on the dry side of the island but smart travelers will brave the two-hour, winding, coastal Hana Highway on the wet side and escape to the Travaasa Hana (formerly Hotel Hana Maui). Recently rebranded and organized into an all-inclusive resort, your stay includes three meals a day and daily spa treatments, all for a surprisingly reasonable price. The Sea Cottage cabins overlooking the coast are the rooms to beat (ask for a hot tub on your lanai). There is no air conditioning, no TVs, just complete, joyous isolation in paradise where daily rainstorms make for great napping and are quickly followed by sunny afternoons to enjoy by the tile bottom pool. The food is good, though it will not blow you away. The Spa, however, is world class both in service and amenities.

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