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Bamboo Inn on Hana Bay
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Reviewed 20 April 2005

We stayed 4 nights and found the place clean, free of bugs and fairly well maintained. We enjoyed the porch with a view of the ocean. The cottages are too close together and if you have neighbors you need to keep the windows covered. We thought it was overpriced because of the condition, location of the cottage and the very limited service from housekeeping, but the breakfast was fresh and plentiful. We also thought it was interesting that guests were urged to recyle bottles etc, but the bathtub was a huge jacuzzi type that took gallons of water to fill up.

The food in Hana is expensive without being very good. The wait staff was always friendly at all the places we tried (and we tried them all)but the food was always disappointing. The best deal in taste and price was bar-b-qued chicken from a guys front yard. Yummy.

  • Stayed: April 2005
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9  Thank dogloverducy
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Reviewed 26 March 2005

We stayed one night in the Bamboo Studio and one in the Garden Suite. Bamboo Studio was very cute with ocean views but only superficially clean and not well-maintained. Open the drawers and you will see cockroach poop and rusty broken cutlery! We did still enjoy our stay in this unit but I think we were lucky that no one was downstairs.

Garden suite, however, was worse. The door didn't lock, there were no curtains in the bedroom, screens had holes. We just settled down to sleep and the jacuzzi tub upstairs started up and went on for a long time! The owner evidently didn't think much about people's peace and comfort when he designed this place!

It's a shame because Hana Hale Malamalama could be gorgeous if it was maintained properly. A bit more care and fastidiousness would make a big difference.

  • Stayed: April 2003
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6  Thank Aline H
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Maui
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Reviewed 28 December 2004

Overpriced, poor service, breakfast consisted of burned croissants and bad coffee. Stay somewhere else...this place is right on the road, away from the ocean and not worth the money...not even close. It's a 2-1/2-star on a good day trying to promote itself as a 4-star. All I can say to the management is "get real."

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Reviewed 20 December 2004

My wife and I spent the last 3 nights of our honeymoon at Hana Hale Malamalama. We stayed in the Bamboo Inn Studio. The room was a perfect size for us. Very nice deck area with a view of the black sand beach. The kitchen is small but had plenty of space for us to make breakfasts and lunches. The Hana Hale also offers a very nice contintental breakfast with fresh fruit, fresh muffins, and juice. Before I arrived I was a little concerned about the privacy because the studio was only one quarter of the whole Bamboo Inn. There were guests in the Villa during 2 of our 3 nights. We never had a problem with other guests or people on the beach. The only privacy concern is the outdoor shower. A bedroom window from the villa looks directly into it so make sure they have their blinds closed. The best part of the room was falling asleep and waking up to the waves crashing against the stones of the black sand beach. I wish I had capatured that sound for my home. Combine that sound with the beautiful sunrise each morning and it is a very romantic location.

  • Stayed: July 2003
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6  Thank A TripAdvisor Member
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Reviewed 29 September 2004

The Hana Malamalama is a great spot to spend a few romantic days in Hana hiking the rainforests and hanging out on the beach. I read the reviews and felt it would fit our desires perfectly. We stayed in the Banana Cabana. Aside from the noise from being close to the road it is a perfect spot. The building was cean and very well put together. The employees were very pleasent and the cofee they serve is great! One word of warning.... Hana is located in the lush Rainforest, anyone who is expecting not to see insects and geckos has never stayed/visitied a rainforest. People need to understand that these creatures are part of the experience. If you are unwilling to share your room with a gecko or two than do us all a favor and don't stay in Hana, the less tourists the better. Why complain? tthe geckos eat all the insects for you, your own insect exterminators that work all night for you for free. Its a good deal, nothing else in Maui was free! :) Cheers!

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