We decided to overnight in Hana, so we didn’t have to drive there and back in one day. We had a hard time finding a moderately priced hotel room in Hana, and we ended up at Hana Kai Maui Resort, an oceanfront condo resort on Waikaloa Beach, which, at $250 was more than we were hoping to spend. The room we stayed in had a full, well furnished kitchen and a large lanai. The bathroom is very comfortable and has a separate sink area. The view of the ocean was unfortunately partially blocked by another building down the hill below us. The room smelled strongly of Indian food, but it quickly aired out. There is no TV (which was fine by us!), but there was wifi internet access. The rooms aren’t particularly sound-proof – the noise from our neighbours upstairs woke us up in the morning. The grounds are pretty with plenty of flowering tropical plants. There is beach access, but the water isn’t swimmable in the winter.