Travaasa Hotel Hana, Hawaii (Maui, USA)

Experiential resort to really leave stress behind

  • Travaasa Hotel Hana, Hawaii (Maui, USA)

WHY WE LIKE IT

The Travaasa Hana has the old Polynesian feeling, with no TVs, clocks, radios or internet access in the individual suites. Together with the described ‘Traavasas experiences’ it’s a good place for people who want to escape from the daily stress. There is simply too much to do and see, so no reason to think about work.     

HOTEL DESCRIPTION

Enjoy the true Hawaiian feeling in the Travaasa Hana Resort. The fact that there are no radios, TVs or clocks ensures that you can fully embrace the low-key vibe of Heavenly Hana. So no doubt that you will find the peace and quiet you deserve.
To help you relaxing, the resort offers diverse courses. They call it ‘Traavasas’ which are five different pathways for their guests to explore; Adventure, Culinary, Culture, Fitness and Spa & Wellness. Join the ‘Hawaiian Pursuit’ and go on journey to the real Hawai’i.  

ACTIVITIES

Like described there are four ‘Traavasa experieces’; adventure, culinary, culture, fitness and spa & wellness . Every experience consists of several activites or trips which all have something to do with the Hawaiian life. A few examples of activities in the experience packages: snorkeling, healthy regional cuisine, ‘talk story’, outdoor circuit and a guided meditation.

USEFUL INFORMATION

If you have kids go in the special ‘kids week’. The kids are allowed to go in the adult areas and you are able to rent one of the beautiful rooms by the ocean

 

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