Hotels in Hawaii

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Every room in this whitewashed resort is a large, comfortable suite, and the fusion of Hawaiian and Mediterranean ambience creates a classy feel... Read More

The three pools at this resort include one with a kid-friendly, 140-foot-long waterslide, and another with an ocean-view swim-up bar—but it’s the adults... Read More

Imagine eating at Mama’s Fish House and then strolling out into the moonlight, listening to the surf as you hold each other on the short walk back to... Read More

If you want to get away from the bustle of Waikiki, but still have easy access to the bulk of Honolulu’s best restaurants, shopping, and sights, then... Read More

The Aqua Lotus at Diamond Head, formerly the W Waikiki, is a 50-room boutique hotel at the foot of Diamond Head and about a half-mile from the beach in... Read More

Although it’s not directly on the beach, the Modern is often preferred by travelers who want a more contemporary, design-forward hotel. Superstar design... Read More

This is where to stay if you want to be walking distance from Front Street, but still have a quiet place to sleep. A historic oasis in old Lahaina town,... Read More

An anomaly in Waikiki, the Surfjack isn’t a high-rise luxury hotel or a mid-market mass chain. It’s a boutique hotel in the best sense, drawing almost... Read More

The five-pool setup at the Westin Maui has the feel of a private island, where the view from the uppermost pool to the bottom evokes a lookout from a... Read More

Travaasa is Maui's original resort, having opened its doors in 1946 in the most peaceful corner of the island. This is where luxury, simplicity, and... Read More

Just feet from Waikiki’s famous white sand, Trump’s 38-story tower has 180 studios and 120 one-, two-, and three-bedroom suites.... Read More

Oahu’s famed North Shore (home to arguably the best surfing in the world) is worth more than just a day trip. This is the rural, remote side of the... Read More

The only luxury resort on the North Shore; an outdoors-lover's dream, with 880 beachfront acres—plus amenities like the top-notch surfing school,... Read More

Tucked among the ohia trees and huge ferns of a mountain rainforest, the extensive woodwork and windows of the Bamboo Guest House, Guest Cottage, Forest... Read More

Toward the quieter eastern end of Waikiki this family-friendly hotel packs 800-plus rooms into a high-rise across the street from the beach. A recent... Read More

This property was sold and reopened as the Modern Honolulu. ... Read More

The Halekulani’s sister hotel lies just across the street from its (much more) expensive sibling. This casual, low-key property has comfortable,... Read More

Kohala Coast property on 15 oceanfront acres with a Polynesia-meets-Asia vibe after the recent $54 million renovation. Read More

All the classic resort amenities, plus koi ponds, old-growth banyan trees, and other authentic Hawaiian details are par of this mahogany-and-rattan chic... Read More

The golden sands of Ulua Beach are steps from your villa’s front door at this hyper-exclusive South Maui enclave. The 98 villas terraced down towards... Read More

At this hyper-exclusive South Maui enclave, the sands of Wailea’s Ulua Beach are just steps from your villa’s front door. The 98 villas terraced down... Read More

A former oceanfront sugar plantation on the western side of Hawaii's "Garden Isle" is a perfect base-camp for travelers who want to explore Kauai's... Read More

Situated along the Hamakua Coast, this small bed-and-breakfast is housed in the former residence of a sugar plantation superintendent. Built in 1932,... Read More

For a sprawling resort, the Westin Ka’anapali manages to exude calm. This is in part due to the lone (though large) pool—a marked contrast... Read More

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