Minimum stay is 1 night, except 2 nights minimum during certain holidays and special events. The maximum stay is 3 nights. Escape to a private studio guest suite in beautiful remote Hana, Maui. The air conditioned guest suite offers a comfortable king size bed, private well-equipped cooking area, and full private bath with tub and shower. A great place to wind down after a long day of exploring the wonders of East Maui. After a quiet night's rest, dozens of beautiful rain-forest songbirds will gently wake you in the morning. The private and secluded entrance to the suite includes satellite TV and free Wi-Fi service to keep you connected to the rest of the world while you enjoy your privacy. Please remember you are in a tropical rainforest jungle in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Internet speeds may be sporadic due to weather conditions and the temperament of the Hana Time Warner Cable system. We request that you check in before 6:00 pm. The kitchen area is fully stocked with Cuisinart, blender, Melitta coffeemaker, mixer, toaster, a fondue pot and sterno (wonderful Maui raised beef can be purchased at the local grocery stores in Hana), and just about every utensil you would need to make delicious meals. The refrigerator has a freezer so, if you like ice cream, look for Roselani Ice Cream (made on Maui) at the Hana stores - this is an experience you do not want to miss - every flavor is delicious. The property is rejuvenating and Hana brings out creativity - everyone always says how wonderful they feel and that their only regret is that they didn't plan to stay longer. Explore Hana Town and visit the local shops and food stands along the road. Visit amazing tropical wonders such as Hamoa Bay, the Pools at O`heo Gulch, and the unforgettable Pipiwai Trail bamboo forest in Kipahulu. Taste ono grinds and true organic vegetables and fruits at local markets. Meet the locals and experience what true Hawaiian culture and life is all about. Take note that the road to Hana is a long and winding one - both ways. Be prepared to spend a full day driving one way. Your journey to Hana - in car, on bike, or even on foot - is waiting, come visit! Please be patient for a reply. Hawaii is 3 hours earlier than PST time. We try to respond as soon as possible.