Monday, August 20, 2012

Hawaii Best Hotels

When planning a vacation, pristine beaches and a tropical climate are usually on the short list of requirements. How about a visit to Heavenly Hawaii ? 

There are six major islands that make up the Hawaiian Islands; Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui and Hawaii Island.  At WhatAHotel! we offer perks at the top luxury resorts at all but Molokai.

Each island offers unique experiences.  Kauai is Hawaii's island of discovery, Oahu is considered the heart of Hawaii, Molokai is the island that is full of wilderness and adventure, Lanai is enticing and tranquil and Hawaii Island is The Big Island and the home of the world's most active volcano.  But there is one island that offers so much, it is hard to not be the favorite.  Maui is considered The Magic Island and has also been voted "Best Island" by Conde Nast readers for not one, but seventeen years.   

When visiting Maui, Four Season's Maui is the number one rated resort by Trip Advisor members.The majority of the rooms and suites have unforgettable views of The Pacific from their private lanai.  All accommodations feature luxury and technology to fulfill all of your needs.  Flat screen televisions, iHome docking stations and high-speed Internet are just a few amenities to keep tech savvy visitors happy, while the deep-soaking marble tub, glass showers and special commissioned artwork make the rooms luxurious.  Enjoy the morning coffee and tea service provided daily, then venture out to a cabana by the ocean.  Traveling with the kids?  Check out the full-day Kids For All Seasons program.  That way the kids can have a blast and you can truly relax.  Dine at one of the three fabulous restaurants on site or visit the spa and let yourself go.  You'll have a hard time leaving here at the end of your trip.

Grand Wailea, Waldorf Astoria  just steps from the beach, gives you numerous options of how to spend your day.  Relax on the beach or by the pool, visit the spa for a massage or treatment, or tee off at the championship golf course.  With 6 restaurants to choose from, being hungry is not an option.  This elegant island hotel provides relaxation and adventure. 

Whether you visit Maui or one of the other Hawaiian islands, the choices of how to spend your time is endless.  Choose whale watching, golfing, canoeing, scuba diving or just laying-out on the beach.  The beautiful weather and friendly Aloha culture will have you yearning to visit year after year. 

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