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Oahu
Home of Honolulu, Waikiki and Pearl Harbour. Oahu is diverse is best known for its fabulous shopping, restaurants, nightlife and famous Waikiki Beach. Honolulu is a bustling city with a tropical flavor if you are looking for excitement, culture, fast paced action and never a dull moment Oahu is the Island for you! Due to land restricitions in Waikiki the resorts tend to have smaller pools and are high rise as opposed to the outer islands.

 

Waikiki ~ The Modern Waikiki

The Modern Waikiki

Where innovative design meets barefoot luxury, The Modern Honolulu promises a refreshingly new, laid back experience. Home to Iron Chef Morimoto’s celebrated new restaurant Morimoto Waikiki, the hotel’s elegance and service has earned acclaim for service and design during its opening year. It’s posh without being pretentious, chic without being overdone, luxurious, yet brilliantly laid back. At The Modern Honolulu, stilettos and flip-flops are both welcome.
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Waikiki ~ Moana Surfrider

Moana Surfrider

In the heart of Waikiki Beach, the Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa on Oahu, introduced the world to Hawaiian hospitality in 1901. Often referred to as the “First lady of Waikiki”, this oceanfront Oahu hotel is a legendary landmark. Step back into yesteryear with all the contemporary amenities and unique services to make your Waikiki Hawaii vacation both memorable and enjoyable.
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Ko’Olina Area ~ JW Marriott Ihilani Ko’Olina Resort and Spa

JW Marriott Ihilani Ko’Olina Resort and Spa

JW Marriott Ihilani overlooks one of four private beach coves. Every luxurious amenity you could want is here to satisfy your dreams. Elegant surroundings. Private lanais. Views that take your breath away. Set on one of four white sand lagoons, this private retreat exudes a relaxed Hawaiian elegance that only hints at all that awaits you: an award-winning spa; world-class marina; tennis courts with breathtaking views and a championship golf course.
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Maui
Maui is the second largest of the Hawaiian Islands. 75 per cent of the island is wilderness. Maui offers the best beaches in Hawaii and the largest array of oceanfront resort properties. The humpback whales congregate in the channels between Maui, Lanai and Molokai and are easily spotted from Mauis coastlines. Surfing, diving, windsurfing, hiking, the famous Maui Downhill bike trip and zip lining are favorites here. Maui resorts are generally on large properties with extensive flower filled grounds surrounded resort style pools.

Remote ~ Travaasa Hana

Travaasa Hana

Opened in 1947, this 66-acre coastal resort was fully renovated in 2002. Isolated on the eastern side of Maui’s Haleakala mountain, it’s accessed by a 3-hour drive on a winding, two-lane coast highway, with one-lane bridges over waterfalls. The hotel is set in a working ranch, and horses graze on a bluff overlooking Hana Bay. Celebrating couples, eco-adventurers, and vacationing business people come for Hawaiian history, culture, and entertainment.
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Ka’anapali Area ~ Sheraton Maui Resort

Sheraton Maui Resort

Situated on Ka’anapali Beach at historic Pu`u Keka`a, Black Rock, this ocean side resort is nestled amongst 23 acres of tropical landscaping along Ka’anapali’s widest expanse of beach. Here in this pristine setting, all cares fade away as guests experience the sights, sounds, and flavors of Maui. Part of the hotel is built on Black Rock (Hawaiian name Pu‘u Keka‘a). Every night they have a torch lighting ceremony culminating with the torch bearer leaping off the short cliff at Pu‘u Keka‘a.
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Ka’anapali Area~ Royal Lahaina Resort

Royal Lahaina Resort

The Royal Lahaina Resort is located on Kaanapali Beach, which was voted “America’s Best Beach.” What was once the exclusive retreat for Maui’s royalty is now one of the most sought after tropical destinations in the world. You will know you’re in Hawaii the moment you set foot in the understated lobby. From the cool flagstone beneath your feet to the warm koa-wood walls and inviting wicker easy chairs, you will feel the soothing embrace of the tropics.
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Kauai
Kauai is known as the Garden Island. It is the quietest of all the Hawaiian Islands and arguably the most Beautiful. The coastline is fairly wild with a smattering of protected beaches. Fabulous Hiking on NaPali coastline. From Hanalei Bay in the North to Waimea Canyon (the Grand canyon of the Pacific) you will be astounded by the beauty of the mountains

Poipu Area ~ Grand Hyatt Resort and Spa

Grand Hyatt Resort and Spa

Discover paradise at Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa. Freshly renovated guestrooms, lush tropical gardens and infinite amenities at our Four-Diamond hotel in Kauai present myriad options for each guest to create their own personalized retreat. Kayak in the lagoons, indulge in a reviving treatment at Anara Spa, or simply breathe in the refreshing ocean breezes. Play championship golf or tennis, savor fine dining or delight in an authentic Luau.
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Lihue Area ~ Kauai Marriott

Kauai Marriott

The Kauai Marriott Resort & Beach Club pool’s dimensions are: 210 feet in diameter, 26,000 square feet, 300,000 gallons of water, 1.2 million tiles. Seen from the Aupaka above, the round pool with its scalloped edge features pink-marble waterfalls, a six-pointed sundeck-island, sculpted-animal fountains spraying jets of sparkling water, and a palm-shaded sundeck – including a children’s pool – spreading out to restaurants, lounges, and a broad sunning lawn bordering the beach.
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Big Island
The Big Island is the youngest and the largest of all the Hawaiian Islands with the worlds most active volcano, Mt Kilauea and the seasonally snow capped Mt Mauna Kea. With 18 Golf courses, the Big island is Hawaiis golf capital. Black sand beaches and lava rock coastlines are in abundance.

South Kohala Area ~ Hapuna Prince Resort

Hapuna Prince Resort

Situated on the sunny Kohala Coast, Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel has defined Big Island luxury since its opening in 1994. As the second phase in Rockefeller’s creation of Mauna Kea Resort, the hotel property shares 1,839 acres of oceanfront paradise with the legendary Mauna Kea Beach Hotel. Perfectly nestled into the bluffs above the #1-rated Hapuna Beach, the hotel presents a flowing, contemporary Hawaiian style where guests experience the true essence of rejuvenation.
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South Kohala Area ~ Mauna Lani Bay Hotel and Villas

Mauna Lani Bay Hotel and Villas

Mauna Lani sits oceanfront on the finest stretch of shoreline on the sunny Kohala Coast on the Big Island of Hawaii. The resort features 30 oceanfront acres and three miles of secluded shoreline. The resort includes the luxurious Mauna Lani Bay Hotel and Bungalows, Mauna Lani Spa, and the Francis H. I’i Brown Golf Courses. Grounds at this six-story Hawaiian resort are filled with greens, cabanas, and hammocks under coconut trees.
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