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From 1923 to 1990 the Hotel Lanaʻi was the only hotel on the island. It seems little has changed here over the decades, other than the conversations that echo through the thin walls...
Napili Surf Beach Resort
On a curving bay perfectly poised between Kaʻanapali and Kapalua, this low-slung oceanfront complex feels like staying with ohana (family and friends), especially during Wednesday night mai-tai parties. No credit cards.
Volcano House Hotel
With an unforgettable location perched on the rim of Kilauea Caldera, the newly reborn Volcano House has long enjoyed its unique status as the park's only hotel, so reserve far in advance...
Adjacent to some of Lahaina’s hottest restaurants, this seven-story property is the only oceanfront condo complex in central Lahaina operated hotel-style with a front desk and full services...
Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa
The Hilton might be Waikoloa's glamour gal, but the Marriott is the solid girl next door. This airy, 555-room hotel is rather standard in design, but it fronts ʻAnaehoʻomalu Bay and thus boasts an awesome beach setting, plus three oceanfront pools...
Hilo Bay Hostel
A backpacker's dream, this hostel is virtually faultless...
Aqua Waikiki Joy
The numerous Aston hotels scattered throughout Waikiki are hit-or-miss, particularly the budget options. So the conveniently located 93-room Waikiki Joy is a find...
Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa
Hmm, darling. Shall we snorkel beside turtles? Or watch whales breach from the room? Or maybe catch the sunset cliff dive? The choices are many at this sleek hotel, which sprawls across 23 acres at the north end of the Kaʻanapali Beach Walk...
Ka'anapali Beach Hotel
Guests are welcomed like old friends at the beloved Kaʻanapali Beach Hotel...
The Makai Inn
The furnishings could exude a bit more luster at this well-worn inn, but the ambience is welcoming and the oceanside setting shines. All units have full kitchens and louvered windows to catch the breeze.
Castle Hilo Hawaiian Hotel
Location, location. Hilo's biggest hotel's major attribute is its prime location across from Liliʻuokalani Park. It's also an apt choice for those who prefer a largish hotel feel, especially with the spiffy lobby and restaurant renovations in 2010...
This is Maui's ultimate escape. Exclusive Hotel Hana-Maui leaves the electronic gadgets at the front desk. Forget TV, you won't even find an alarm clock in the guest rooms. This pampering resort in remote Hana is all about unwinding...
Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa
Built in 1901, the 'First Lady of Waikiki' was Hawaii's first hotel on the beach. The historic Banyan Wing resembles a grand, plantation-style manor...
Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort
The only true mega-resort in Waikiki, the 22-acre Hilton is a self-contained, fantasy island 'village'. Nearly 3000 rooms are spread throughout five high-rise towers surrounded by pools, tropical foliage, flamingos and koi (Japanese carp)...
If your idea of comfort is a full-size apartment with kitchen, Ilima Hotel can't be beat...
At the distant Diamond Head end of Waikiki, adjacent to Sans Souci Beach, the former 'W' hotel has toned down its hip, cutting-edge design and ended up transformed into a classy, boutique-style destination hotel...
Aston Islander On The Beach
Among midrange hotels, you can’t top the Islander. It’s not a resort, so don’t expect frills, but the 186 rooms seem modern and upscale, with granite countertops, flat-panel TVs and stainless-steel and teak furnishings...
The Kauai Inn
In an ordinary residential area near Alekoko Fishpond, this quiet inn offers a simple home base away from traffic and crowds. While not fancy, the 48 rooms include refrigerator and microwave; air-con costs $10 per day...
Sheraton Princess Kaiulani
The wide, open lobby of the Sheraton Princess Kaiulani is perhaps Waikiki's best spot for people-watching. You'll see a parade of tourists, from snowbird couples to Japanese brides to college partiers...
Queen Kapiolani Hotel
One of the best-value options in Waikiki, this 19-story hotel at the quieter Diamond Head end of Waikiki has a regal theme: chandeliers, high ceilings and faded paintings of Hawaiian royalty...
Aqua Bamboo Waikiki
Velvet furnishings in burgundy and celadon. Bamboo-slatted pillars, wicker chairs and marble walls. Step into the stylish lobby of Bamboo and you'll feel soothed. Bamboo is a decent choice, especially if you cop a discount rate...
Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa
The lobby atrium is tricked out with cockatoos in palm trees and extravagant artwork, the grounds given over to gardens and swan ponds. Kids of all ages will thrill in the water world of meandering pools, swim-through grottos and towering water slides...