Mani Brothers Real Estate Group completed the purchase of East Maui resort Travaasa Hana for an undisclosed amount on Sept. 26, the company announced in a statement.
The 72-acre oceanfront resort offers 75 private bungalows, multiple pools, two restaurants, a spa and a menu of wellness programming.
"As we get to know the community of Hana and the team at the hotel, we will continue to offer the authentic, upscale Hawaiian experience that Travaasa is known for," Gregory Day, president of hospitality at Mani Brothers Real Estate Group, said in a statement. "The dedicated service visitors have enjoyed for years will remain untouched as we work to further enhance this destination resort."
Mani Brothers Real Estate Group, founded in 1994, is based in West Hollywood.
The Hotel Hana-Maui was converted to Travaasa Hana in 2011, becoming one of two Travaasa properties operated by Denver-based Green Tea, a unit of Amstar Group, which bought the property in 2010.