Mani Brothers Real Estate Group Acquires Hawaii’s Travaasa H?na

USA, West Hollywood, California. November 11, 2019

Location! Location! Location! Mani Brothers Real Estate Group announces today the purchase of Travaasa Hāna, the beautiful 72-acre oceanfront resort boasting 75 private bungalows situated on Maui's east coast, marking it the newest addition to the group's expanding portfolio of luxury and lifestyle hospitality brands.

"As we get to know the community of Hāna and the team at the hotel, we will continue to offer the authentic, upscale Hawaiian experience that Travaasa is known for," said Gregory Day, President of Hospitality at Mani Brothers Real Estate Group. "The dedicated service visitors have enjoyed for years will remain untouched as we work to further enhance this destination resort."

Travaasa Hāna boasts a unique location in an ideal oceanfront vistas surrounded by lush tropical gardens with stand-alone bungalows across the grounds, complete with pristine ocean views, multiple pools, hot tubs and relaxation areas. Current on-site offerings in this wellness-centric property include many experiential attributes such as horseback riding, Stand-Up Paddling, Yoga and guided meditation. The property also features two full service food and beverage destinations, The Preserve Kitchen and Bar, an open-air restaurant overlooking tranquil Hāna Bay and historic Kauiki Hill, and Hāna Ranch Restaurant, providing upscale food and beverage offerings in a casual atmosphere in the town center.

The Spa at Travaasa boasts 12 treatment rooms featuring relaxing massages, body treatments, and facials, complete with full service facilities such as steam rooms, indoor and outdoor showers, cold-water plunge pools, outdoor lava-rock whirlpool overlooking Hãna Bay as well as a full retail operation.

"Remaining a vital part of the Hāna community is of the utmost importance to us. We have loved traveling to Hawaii for many years as a family and look forward to being involved in this magical destination," said Simon and Daniel Mani, co-founders of Mani Brothers Real Estate Group. "We are thrilled to add this resort to our expanding portfolio of luxury properties. We will refresh the historic property, while maintaining its original spirit."

The hotel was purchased for an undisclosed amount, and the transaction was completed on September 26, 2019.

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