PRIVATE tropical Hawaiian hideaway with an asian flare! Romantic B&B Suite with large king-size bed, spacious marble bathroom, tile shower for 2, additional outside garden tub and shower, and fully equipped open-air kitchenette on your own private lanai (deck). Extensive in-room video library. Exotic hardwood from floor to ceiling make Ala Aina warm, inviting and truly unique. Situated on a secluded lush 4 acre estate nestled with sweeping views of the ocean, mountains, jungle and beautiful sunrises and sunsets. Just a short hike to the 7 Sacred Pools (Pools at Oheo), lots of waterfalls, bamboo forest, beaches, hiking trails and so much more. We invite you to experience our tropical paradise. - Aloha!
5 on June 18, 2013
We had such a great time staying here. The owners are so friendly and helpful, but also allow you your privacy. The room was a haven in Hawaii. The sounds and views were delightful. Thanks for letting us stay with you!
5 on February 28, 2013
This B&B is in a private location on 4 acres and is landscaped like a minature Botanical Garden. You can enjoy an outdoor kitchen on the patio. It is so relaxing to sit outside and have breakfast and dinner with no bugs to bother you. There is always a nice warm breeze. You can see the ocean from 2 sides of the deck and from your bedroom. The outside shower and tub are a unique choice to use (totally private). When it rained during the night, it made it seem so peaceful and so refreshed in the morning. The air is so clean. Your bedroom has 2 sides that have windows at bed level that you can open and let the ocean breeze blow through. The owners (Sam and Mercury) are so particular with the yard and it is breathtaking. They are 2 very special ladies to meet, so kind and honest. They are always there if you need anything; otherwise, you never knew they were there. We are keeping this as a favorite place to stay and will be back the next time we get back to Maui. This is truly a very special B&B that tops all of the other places we have stayed during our travels. Stayed February 2013, traveled as a couple
4.8 on December 09, 2012
We just came back from Ala Aina Ocean vista. We fell in love when we first drove to the land. It was raining the whole way when we were driving, but a spectacular sunset greeted us as soon as we walked into our room. We felt like we walked into a heavenly paradise. This is one of our most favorite B&B that we’ve ever stayed. Sam and her daughter Mercury have done a fantastic job to keep the B&B so beautiful, so serene, so unique, and so rejuvenating. It washes your soul and brings peace into your world. Mercury is an artist. We love every detail that she puts into for the decoration. We spent a lot of time in the lanai to enjoy the gorgeous sunrise and sunset and the view of the garden. It was amazing to take the outdoor bath and watching the sun going down. We are not huge fan of cooking when we are home, but it was joyful and fun to cook while taking photos of different views every day. The fruits are so fresh and delicious and make our mouths watering while writing this review. Sam and Mercury, thank you much for this unforgettable vacation. Absolutely there is no question that we will go back. This is a paradise and it’s beyond the words can express.
4.2 on November 07, 2012
Stayed for two nights in this wonderful place. Beautiful view, very remote. If you want to get away from it all, this is your place. Be prepared to bring all of the food you might want to cook for meals, as Hana is 9 miles away on a very narrow and twisty road. Waking up and watching the sunrise over the ocean from your bed is magical there.
5 on October 22, 2012
Great location for those who want to unwind, relax and enjoy Hawaii True Nature. My honey booked this as a surprise, and what a pleasant one is was. Small, private, and plenty of room to stretch for soul as well as your legs. Fresh fruit at the ready. We stay 3 nights and enjoyed the King size bed and huge shower inside, as well as the outdoor tub and shower. Snorkel and beach chairs provided for our use. As well as detail descriptions of the most beautiful areas. We hope to return here soon.
4.6 on May 09, 2011
If you are looking for peace and quiet and beauty on the Hana coast, look no further. Beautiful site, lovely accommodation, and gracious hostesses. You are off the grid and that's a good thing. Loved waking up to the chirping birds, light wind rustling through the trees and fantastic ocean views out two huge windows, all without leaving the bed. Recommend without reservation (room reservations are required, though) and would return in a heartbeat.
4.2 on October 03, 2010
My wife and I loved our stay at "Ala"aina Ocean Vista - the room was beautiful, very airy with hardwood floors, lots of wood with some Koa trim. Real Hawaiian style. We were greeted by the owner and a beautiful rainbow. We especially liked the large bed next to the windows with great view of the gardens and ocean. Lot's of trees, flowers and fruit on the property. The place is well kept, clean and very quiet. The kitchen is on the open deck, It was fun cooking and eating on the deck with an ocean view on two sides. The room had a huge shower - we also enjoyed the outdoor tub. This is by far the best place we have stayed in Hana, we will definitely be back.
4.6 on November 14, 2008
Well, not completely, but far enough away from the commercialism to really appreciate the diverse beauty that Maui has to offer. Make your own meals to enjoy on the patio, stare up at the stairs and out to the ocean without getting out of bed. Huge selection of videos and cable if you have trouble staying occupied. Amazing!
4.6 on October 19, 2007
It was wonderful! Very private and quiet. We had everything we needed. My husband told me there was no electricity so I envisioned "roughing it" so when we arrived, I thought I had died and gone to heaven. Would do it again! Highly recommend
Island, Mountains, Oceanview, Tropical
Kahului, Maui, HI (OGG)
Art Galleries, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Bamboo Forest, Haaleakala National Park, Lots of Waterfalls, Charles Lindburgh Resting Place, Historic Landmarks, Sugar Cane Mill, Picnic area, Ruins
Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Fax Machine, Radio, Telephone , Large Private Deck, Activity Planning, Equipped Kitchenette, Exotic Wood Floors, Large Kingsize Custom Bed
Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Board games, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fridge, Ironing Board, Library, Private entrance, TV, VCR, Videos
Bird watching, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Whale Watching, Sunbathing, Snorkeling, Caving
Continental Breakfast in Your Refrigerator