Hotel Hawaii [2021 Update] Experience paradise while staying at luxurious Hawaiian resorts. Is it time to get away somewhere spectacular? Does a destination that will rejuvenate your spirits entice you with exciting adventures and much needed relaxation and recreation? Hawaii is among the most unique and desirable places to visit in the United States in 2021. Unlike other tropical destinations, you don’t need a passport to vacation in Hawaii. Relax on some of the world’s most divine beaches, explore Volcanoes National Park, tour Honolulu, attend an authentic luau, and pay respects at the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor. There are so many attractions to see and excursions to explore on our Hawaiian Islands tours. With world-class resort accommodations, you may also want to just sit by the pool, enjoying the views and relax for a blissful vacation. Each Holiday Vacations Hawaii itinerary is unique, but all include marvelous properties on each island. While each hotel offers a distinctive atmosphere and special activities, you’ll always be just footsteps away from the Pacific Ocean. Browse all Holiday Vacations tours to Hawaii here. Maui Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa Located on Maui’s sun-soaked northwest coast, the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa lies on 40 beautiful acres with lavish swimming pools, tropical vegetation, five restaurants, and the luxurious oceanfront Kamaha’o Marilyn Monroe Spa, featuring full-service salon and spa treatments. Enjoy the white sands of breathtaking Ka’anapali Beach, shopping and dining at the Whalers Village, Drums of the Pacific Luau & Polynesian Show, and Ka’anapali Golf Courses, all just a short stroll away. Look forward to the fresh tropical breeze from your room’s private balcony called a lanai in Hawaiian, and explore the grounds, perhaps encountering penguins, flamingos, swans, and other tropical birds. Oahu Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa Just steps from Honolulu’s world-famous Waikiki Beach, this five-acre resort is our home base on the island of Oahu. Look forward to your room’s private lanai, rejuvenate at the on-site spa, and savor cuisine at the hotel’s Kuhio Beach Grill. Here you’re not far from Diamond Head Crater, the volcanic cone that overlooks Honolulu. Enjoy bedazzling city lights with plenty of opportunities for shopping along Kalakaua Avenue. Be sure to check out the bronze statue of Duke Kahanamoku just a few blocks down from the hotel along Waikiki Beach. A legendary swimmer, surfer, and outrigger canoe paddler, “the father of modern surfing” played a major role in popularizing the sport of surfing worldwide. Big Island Courtyard King Kamehameha’s Beach Hotel Located in the heart of Kona, this beachfront hotel is just steps away from shopping, dining, culture, and beautiful Kailua Bay. Rent paddleboards, kayaks, snorkel gear, or canoes to get out on the water, or catch the trolley for easy access to attractions and activities such as tennis, hiking, and golf. Ready to relax? Treat yourself to the wonderful rejuvenating experiences at the Spa at Kona Beach Hotel, and enjoy oceanfront yoga or classes in the on-site studio. Soak up the sun by an outdoor pool, or lay out on the beach in this sunny destination. The history of the area is fascinating, particularly the Ahu’ena Heiau temple, reconstructed from the days of Hawaiian Royalty, a temple of peace and prosperity from when people worshipped many gods with a spiritual practice based in the natural world.