Here are the 12 Best Luxury Resorts to consider for your next trip to Hawaii! For more information on how to book your next vacation, email email@example.com.
1. Four Seasons Resort Lanai
Four Seasons Resort Lanai is a fantastic choice for those seeking a luxury beach vacation in the Hawaiian island of Lanai. Enjoy the Hawanawana Spa as well as the two swimming pools which resemble a tropical lagoon setting alongside hot tubs, private cabanas, chilled towels, beverages, a fitness and kids center, nine restaurants, a championship golf course, diving, snorkeling, tennis, and a boutique store, etc.
2. Hotel Wailea, Maui
Hotel Wailea is located in one of the top rated locations in the entire U.S. and the most famous island in Hawaii. The resort is located on a 15 acre private tropical oasis, and the resort complex consists of 72, 720 sq foot, one bedroom suites that resemble luxurious beach cabins. Each unit comes with expansive ocean views from their decks. Notable features include a separate bedroom, living room, spacious bathroom, high end appliances, and other amenities.
3. Four Seasons Hualalai, Island of Hawaii
Yet another highly rated Hawaiian property from the unparalleled Four Seasons Hotels. This resort is a great choice to stay for couples and families alike. Located near the island’s famous pristine white sands and clear waters, the resort consists of 243 elegant rooms and suites available for a variety of flexible prices. Expect well appointed bedroom suites that come with private balconies, 75 inch TVs, large granite bathrooms, bathtubs, glass showers, etc.
4. Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina, Oahu
This Four Seasons resort is a breathtaking location for those seeking a superlative Hawaiian beach getaway. It’s a huge resort with over 370 guest rooms and suites, as well as first rate dining, a beach that all guests and families can enjoy, a large family pool, a relaxation and SPA center, cabana rentals, a marina offering watercraft rentals, shopping, a business center, five restaurants, and much, much more.
5. Ko’a Kea Hotel & Resort at Poipu Beach, Kauai
For those who revel in the finer things in life, this resort consists of 121 of some of Kauai’s most luxurious and top rates rooms and suites. The rooms are bright and elegantly decorated, with quality furnishings. A wonderful suite choice is the phenomenal ocean view suites and oceanfront amenities. These units feature king beds in a bedroom area, bathtubs, furnished balconies, etc.
6. The Royal Hawaiian, Honolulu
Located on the famed island of Honolulu and on the even more famed Waikiki Beach, the Royal Hawaiian is a historic Hawaiian hotel and is commonplace in most brochures or travel guides. Known as the Pink Palace of the Pacific, this resort gives guests expert and dedicated service, has over 500 elegant rooms with private porches and ocean views, dark wood decor with boudoir pillows and bathrobes and more.
7. Aulani, Oahu
Whilst luxury and romance is vital on any tropical getaway, Aulani focuses more on family friendly activities. Providing amazing and quality service, Aulani at Oahu offers a fabulous beach, three pools, lazy river, a splash zone, whirlpool spas, golf at the Ko Olina Golf Club. Rent a catamaran or go horseback riding. Anything you can't think of, chances are Aulani has it.
8. St. Regis Princeville, Kauai
Located along the rugged coast of Kauai’s North Shore, this St. Regis property provides a luxury haven from which guests can explore the island. Enjoy horseback riding along the Namolokama mountain range as well as kayaking and watersports near the Hanalei River to hiking the dramatic Napali Coast. And for the more daring guests, the Princeville Ranch Adventures can arrange ziplining and other guided tours on 2,500 acres of private land away from the tourists. Of course, you may just want to relax at the spa or by the huge infinity pool surrounded by tropical gardens right next to the beach, anything you choose, you are free to do.
9. Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort
One of the most luxurious resorts out there, Andaz Maui at Wailea promises guests a unique and cultural experience with crescent shaped shores and gorgeous grounds with an attentive service. This 15 acre oceanfront resort is perfect for guests who seek the ultimate relaxation experience. With a soothing spa and four outdoor pools as well as breathtaking water views and guided tours exploring the island, guests are practically spoiled for choice.
10. Montage Kapalua Bay
A picture-esque 24 acre property, Montage Kapalua Bay boasts 50 residential style accommodations, three delicious restaurants and bars, and over 50,000 square feet of event space. For the adventurous visitor, Montage Kapalua Bay offers perks such as zip lining, snorkeling, helicopter tours, etc. Spacious one to four bedroom villas all have easy access to a dramatic three-tiered pool overlooking a crescent-shaped beach where you’re able to alternate in where you want to soak in the sunshine. You’ll feel like home with resort’s added touches that include a full-service kitchen, washer and dryer, and cozy in-room couches.
11. Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua
The Ritz-Carlton Kapalua resort is an exclusive property which boasts a stunning oceanview of the breathtaking Molokai Island. Guests will find over 463 rooms and suites with classy decor and wood floors in addition to over seven restaurants the devotedly practice organic and farm to table cookery. Recreational facilities boast a wide array of treatments and SPA massages as well as tennis, basketball, swimming, surfing, etc. Enjoy the Hawaiian wildlife with Ritz-Carlton’s expert led programs allowing guests to study and observe the surrounding ecology and wildlife.
12. Turtle Bay Resort
Home to one of the best surfing spots in the world, Turtle Bay Resort is located on the luxurious end of the island’s North Shore. Ideal for both families and couples alike, the resort is nestled on 5 miles of sun-kissed beach space where you’ll find laid-back vibes and an abundance of surfing lessons, kayak excursions and spots that are ideal for a day of lounging. If you’re up for some adventure, book a trip to the hiking trails, splurge for a helicopter tour, or trot along on the Pony Experience.