The Veranda Floor is centered around the living room. Cooled by gentle breezes, this large comfortable room features rare native Ohi’a hardwood floors, oversized bamboo furniture, local artwork, and other entertainments. It opens to the relaxing classic Hawaiian veranda. The jewel box-like Ulu, Bird of Paradise, Lokelani, and Mokihana Rooms wrap the living room to complete the veranda floor.
The Ulu Room, which is the inn’s sumptuous master suite, transports guests to the simpler, gentler Hawaii of the 1920s. Located on the second floor, the newly renovated bath has a vertical spa shower and the original built-in vanity.
Elegant eucalyptus floors and the original elliptical shower stall are the special features of the soft blue Bird of Paradise Room located on the second floor. Securing the corridor door it shares with the Ulu Room creates a two-bedroom suite.
The Mokihana Room located on the second floor is as lush as the mountain tops on which the coveted forest plant lives. The old glass-doored cabinets showcase the owners’ eclectic Oriental art collection.
Inspired by Maui’s natural beauty, the Lokelani Room is dedicated to the island’s pink rose. The morning sun gives a particular glow to the exquisite Hawaiian ohi’a wood floors located on the second floor. A sweet evening scent emanates from the exotic Tiare flourishing outside the south window.