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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...
Napili Surf Beach Resort
Regulars bring appetizers to the Wednesday mai tai party at this friendly, well-maintained property tucked on a gentle curve of sand on Napili Bay...
Evincing modern sophistication, this resort hotel lives up to its name, which means ʻHouse Befitting Heaven.’ It’s an all-encompassing experience of gracious living, not merely a place to crash...
The Inn At Kulaniapia Falls
To reach this grand inn, you must drive 4 miles past acres of macadamia orchards to 850ft above sea level. Your reward? A fantastically verdant setting, complete with 120ft waterfall and swimming hole...
Hands-down, this is one of the island's classiest, most romantic properties...
Hilo Bay Hostel
A backpacker's dream, this hostel is virtually faultless...
The Modern Honolulu
Whimsical postmodernity is hotel designer Ian Schrager’s signature, from a revolving bookcase in the lobby that hides a sleek bar to the contemporary video art in the hallways...
Maui Seaside Hotel
If you have some dire need to spend the night in Kahului, this is the better of its aging hotels. It’s a plain Jane but the rooms are clean.
Waikiki Marina Resort At The Ilikai
On the far north side of Waikiki near the Ala Wai Yacht Harbor, this humble timeshare is just as close to the Ala Moana Center mall as it is to the beach, and both places are within walking distance...
Turtle Bay Resort
Situated on a dramatic point, Turtle Bay Resort boasts impressive 800-acre surrounds. Each of the slightly dated guest lodgings has an ocean view; deluxe rooms come with private lanai...
Paradise Bay Resort
The Windward Coast’s only resort property is a step above area rentals. Casual, earth-tone contemporary rooms with kitchenettes are just the beginning...
Royal Kona Resort
Spread over three striking towers, the Royal Kona has a breezy, open-air feel. Surrounded by a tropical theme and Don's Mai Tai Bar, you'll know you're in Hawaii...
Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel
The Mauna Kea Beach Hotel's 'sister' resort, open since 1994, boasts an ideal location on Hapuna Beach and affordable rates...
Wailea Beach Marriott Resort & Spa
Perched between two of Wailea’s loveliest beaches, this is the smallest and most Hawaiian of the Wailea resorts. Instead of over-the-top flash, you’ll find warm alohas, serene koi ponds and swaying palm trees...
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...
The Fairmont Orchid
Elegant and almost formal (for Hawaiʻi), the Orchid never lets you forget that you're at an exclusive, luxury hotel. The architecture feels more continental than overtly Hawaiian, but the meticulously maintained grounds are buoyantly tropical...
Best Western Pioneer Inn
Between the ship figureheads and swinging saloon doors, this historic harborfront hotel packs loads of whaling-era personality. While the common space abounds in character, the rooms are disappointingly bland and lacking water views...
Hilton Waikoloa Village
You'll either love or hate the showy, theme-park features of this 62-acre, 1240-room mega-hotel. There's no natural beach, so its glamour is manmade...
Makena Beach & Golf Resort
Under new management following a foreclosure auction, this striking, fortress-like resort is revamping the decor in all rooms. Upgraded bathrooms will have granite countertops and two sinks...
The Guest House
Now fronted by an inviting salt water pool, the welcoming Guest House provides amenities that put nearby resorts to shame. Every room has its own hot tub and 42in plasma TV. Stained-glass windows and rattan furnishings reflect a tropical motif...
Ala Moana Hotel
Looming over the Ala Moana Center mall and convenient to the convention center, this high-rise offers bland hotel rooms without island flavor. Upper floors may have straight-on views of the beach – request the Waikiki Tower for a lanai (balcony)...
Life feels less hurried at this older, island-style high-rise hotel, where the staff show true aloha spirit and Hawaiian paintings adorn the lobby...