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Resorts in Hawaii are, naturally, built on beaches, and you can tell a lot about the quality of the hotel from the nature of the beach: The large hotel chains—Marriott, Hilton, Sheraton—are often clustered together in convenient locations and on beaches that can absorb large numbers of guests and are convenient for families and meeting groups. The higher-end brands, such as Four Seasons, Ritz-Carlton, and Fairmont, have scouted out more isolated settings to enhance the aura of exclusivity and pampering. But Hawaii's most alluring places to stay are even more remote: the surfer-chic Turtle Bay on Oahu, the retro-glam Kona Village on the Big Island, Lanai's English-manor style Lodge at Koele, and the vintage Hawaiian Hotel Hana-Maui. For longer stays, private villa rentals can actually work out to be a better value, especially for families and groups; firms such as Pure Maui and Pure Kauai make arrangements, including booking your choice of staff. Other value-oriented Hawaii hotels can be some distance from the beach. But what these smaller hotels and B&Bs lack in location, they compensate for with local color and character.

One more important word about location: If you're staying on a larger island—such as Maui, Oahu, or the Big Island—it's best to know which area of the island you'll be spending most of your time in: It can take upward of two hours to drive between towns. Location is less of an issue on Kauai, Lanai, and Molokai, which you can usually circumnavigate in less than two hours.

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Pure Kauai, Hanalei, Kauai, Hawaii

You can't control which direction the trade winds blow, but you can specify almost every other aspect of your Hawaiian vacation when you're working with this...more

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Pure Maui, Maui, Hawaii

Pure Maui dials you into your destination by prescreening rental villas and your needs and desires, lining up a staff to match. The agency's 25-plus standout...more

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Ritz-Carlton Maui, Kapalua, Kapalua, Maui, Hawaii

This 570-room resort reopened in December 2007 after a much-needed Hawaiian make-under. The $180 million renovation added a spa, refreshed the public spaces,...more

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Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii

After a multimillion-dollar renovation, completed in 2009, fans of the iconic pink palace can breathe a sigh of relief: The Royal Hawaiian Hotel is more...more

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Royal Lahaina Resort, Kaanapali, Maui, Hawaii

The Royal Lahaina was one of the first hotels to open on Maui in the 1960s, and it occupies a still-isolated two-mile stretch of world-famous Kaanapali Beach (a...more

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Sheraton Kauai, Koloa, Kauai, Hawaii

The Sheraton Kauai, the first resort built on Poipu Beach, is often overshadowed by the much larger Grand Hyatt Kauai nearby. But there is a lot of charm in the...more

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Shipman House Bed & Breakfast, Hilo, Big Island, Hawaii

Proprietress Mary Shipman entertained Liliuokalani (the last queen of Hawaii) and writer Jack London in this historic Victorian mansion built in 1899. Now her...more

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St. Regis Princeville, Princeville, Kauai, Hawaii

The crowning glory of the St. Regis Princeville hotel, located in the private community of Princeville, near groovy Hanalei town, is the breathtaking view of...more

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Travaasa Hotel Hana, Hana, Hawaii

The most Hawaiian town on Maui (both in terms of population of Native Hawaiians and a rural way of life that modern Hawaii abandoned 50 years ago), Hana has...more

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Trump Waikiki, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii

Some people call the Trump Waikiki home, which explains why the bellmen at this condo hotel greet people by name, and why service and security are top-notch...more

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