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Hawaii hotels

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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Paia Inn, Paia, Maui, Hawaii

The modern incarnation of the Paia Inn opened in 2008 in the cutest former plantation town in all of Hawaii. It's a welcome addition to Maui's hip north...more

see the Maui guide
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Kilauea Lodge, Volcano Village, Big Island, Hawaii

Located inside the chilly volcano rain forest, the lodge promotes its "International Fireplace of Friendship"—hokey, but it was established when the...more

see the Big Island guide
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Jacaranda Inn, Waimea, Big Island, Hawaii

This luxurious inn enables guests to stay in the former bunkhouses on the Parker Ranch (one of the oldest ranches in the United States, and at 150,000 acres,...more

see the Big Island guide
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Hotel Lanai, Lanai City, Lanai, Hawaii

Originally built in 1923 by pineapple pioneer James Dole for company VIPs and guests, this historic property became Lanai's first hotel. Details such as...more

see the Lanai guide
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Best Western Coconut Waikiki, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii

The Best Western Coconut Waikiki—an 80-room, very cheap, and extremely cheerful hotel located on the Ala Wai Canal side of Waikiki—is a great place...more

see the Oahu guide
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Aqua Bamboo & Spa, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii

This budget boutique hotel just one block from Waikiki Beach makes up in convenience (and price) what it lacks in luxury. High-speed Internet connections in...more

see the Oahu guide
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Information may have changed since date of publication. Please confirm details with individual establishments before planning your trip.

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