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There’s a reason Hawaii has been named the top destination for US travelers! It has most everything: beaches, mountains, near-perfect weather, exotic wildlife, flora and fauna, volcanoes, and to top it all off, it’s still in the US!
If you are planning a Hawaiian trip this year, make sure you know the best resorts in Hawaii so you can plan accordingly. Here are 5 luxury resorts sure to give you the vacation of your dreams.
Best Resorts in Hawaii To Make Your Vacation Dreams Come True
Hawaii consists of 8 major islands and a series of smaller atolls, islets, and seamounts. The main islands for tourism are Hawaii, Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Molokai, and Lanai. If you want to plan a trip to Hawaii, do your research ahead of time!
Which island (or islands) you choose will depend on what you’re looking for. Hawaii, the Big Island, is more populated and commercial while Kauai has a much slower pace and fewer people. One of the other wonderful things about traveling to Hawaii is that the close proximity of the islands means you can easily visit multiple islands in one trip.
Wailea Beach Resort, Maui
The Wailea Beach Resort-Marriott is located right at the water’s edge and offers guests a family-friendly environment with luxury accommodations and plenty of things to do.
From a spa to a championship-level golf course to private floating cabanas to 5 pools and the longest resort water slide in the entire state, everyone will find something they love here.
Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii
The Fairmount Orchid is located along 32 acres of oceanfront land. It boasts white sand beaches, a lagoon, and waterfalls. While there, you can experience their signature Spa Without Walls, a 10,000 square foot pool that sits oceanfront, golf, tennis, and a children’s program.
Halekulani is the honeymooner’s paradise. It was one of the first hotels in Hawaii and is located along the freshwater springs that Waikiki is named for. Located on the beach, it provides unobstructed views of Diamond Head, one of the top tourist destinations in Hawaii. If you’re feeling adventurous, head to Diamond Head for unprecedented views of the Pacific.
Ko’a Kea Hotel & Resort, Kauai
The Ko’a Kea Hotel and Resort offers oceanfront rooms and also has packages for honeymoons, babymoons, and just a romantic vacation. While you’re there, check out their award-winning restaurants, arts, and cultural scene, or the pool and spa.
Four Seasons Resort Lanai