Hotels in Hawaii

Located steps from Kapalua Bay—which has been voted #1 beach in America by "Dr. Beach"—the Kapalua Villas are a comfortable option for families and larger groups. These condos are furnished with full-service kitchens and can accommodate up to eight travelers in a luxurious, oceanfront setting.

If you want to feel like Ka'anapali is your home and not just a place you vacation, then slink on in to a two-bedroom condo at the Ka'anapali Ali'i.

Turn off the TV and turn on the fireplace in this romantic Upcountry retreat, where mornings are punctuated by crisp, cool air up at 3,200 feet.

Tucked away in a small, intimate cove at the start of the Road to Hana, the Inn at Mama's is one of the island's best-kept lodging secrets. Imagine eating at Mama’s Fish House and then strolling out into the moonlight, listening to the surf as you enjoy the short walk back to your room.

Here at this rural, rustic cabin in peaceful Keokea, daytime views of green pastureland rolling towards the sea morph into sights of constellations racing across the sky at night.

The Montage is the newest kid on the block in tony Kapalua, and it's gradually working its way towards becoming one of the island's best properties.

The Napili Kai Beach Resort is what you dream of for family vacations on Maui. There are no added fees and parking is free at this classic Maui resort, which has accepted visitors and welcomed them as family since opening in 1960.

Situated at the northern end of Ka'anapali Resort, Honua Kai is one of the island's most comfortable beachfront resorts. It's the newest property in North Ka'anapali and has large, spacious suites—all of which have the largest balconies of any resort on the island.

No amusement park necessary at this resort: the fun is in the breathtaking Hawaiian backdrop of lush rainforests and turquoise lagoons. Like all Disney ventures, guests of all ages are well-attended and entertained.

At the southern tip of Ka'anapali Resort and only two miles from Lahaina, the Hyatt Maui is an exceptional property—and exceptionally difficult to leave.

Situated along the Hamakua Coast, this small bed-and-breakfast is housed in the former residence of a sugar plantation superintendent. Built in 1932, the secluded house is surrounded by a lanai with hammocks, a tropical garden filled with fruit trees, and a gazebo overlooking the ocean below.

Featuring a four-suite bed and breakfast in a 1938 plantation house plus nine vacation rental condo suites, Poipu Plantation resides among lush gardens on the south shore, within easy walking distance of Poipu and Brennecke’s photogenic beaches.

Located atop rocky cliffs overlooking Pohakumanu Bay, this Victorian-style inn is set on a 3½ -acre estate just 15 minutes outside Hilo on the Big Island.