Hawaiian Accommodations Experience paradise while staying at luxurious Hawaiian resorts. Are you ready for a spectacular getaway? Treat yourself to a sublime trip filled with exciting adventures, relaxation, and recreation. It’s just what you need to satisfy your wanderlust and rejuvenate your soul. Hawaii is among the most unique and enchanting places to visit in the United States. Unlike other tropical destinations, no passport is required for this dreamy vacation. Relax on some of the world’s most divine beaches, explore Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, tour Honolulu, attend an authentic luau, and indulge in the flavors of native Hawaiian cuisine. There are countless attractions to see and an unbeatable selection of optional excursions on our Hawaii tours. Of course, it wouldn’t be a vacation without time to relax, and our world-class resort accommodations offer serene settings to help you unwind in ultimate comfort. Lounge by the pool, take in the incredible views, delight in the variety of entertainment, and soak up the sun. No matter which Hawaiian adventure you choose, you’ll stay at marvelous properties on each island that will enhance this lavish trip. While each hotel offers a distinctive atmosphere and special activities, every room will feature a charming lanai, or private balcony, and you’ll always be just steps 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 spans 40 acres and offers everything you could want for a getaway in paradise. Enjoy gorgeous swimming pools, tropical vegetation, five on-site restaurants, oceanfront golf, and the tranquil Kamaha’o Marilyn Monroe Spa, featuring a full-service salon and spa treatments. Sink your toes into the white sands of world-renowned Ka’anapali Beach, take a short stroll to browse the shops at Whalers Village, and feel the fresh tropical breeze as you explore the grounds, perhaps encountering penguins, flamingos, and other tropical birds. Oahu Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa Just steps from Honolulu’s world-famous Waikiki Beach, this five-acre resort is a dreamy oasis with unrivaled views of Diamond Head Crater. Indulge in the wide variety of amenities including an open-air pool deck with two pools, an oversized hot tub, and a poolside bar. Take in breathtaking vistas of Queens, Waikiki’s most famous surf break, from the award-winning restaurant and brand-new amenity deck, an expansive outdoor entertainment space. Throughout the day, enjoy an immersive cultural activity or explore nearby attractions like seeing fascinating animals at Honolulu Zoo and shopping vibrant Kalakaua Avenue. Big Island Courtyard King Kamehameha’s Beach Hotel Nestled in the heart of downtown Kona off Kailua Bay on the Big Island, this resort makes it convenient to explore shops, restaurants, and attractions. Find rest and relaxation in the brand-new guest rooms, day spa, or infinity pool overlooking the ocean. Savor regional cuisine at the oceanfront restaurant or stroll along famous Kamakahonu Beach, also called King Kam Beach. During free time, enjoy easily renting kayaks, snorkel gear, or canoes to get out on the water, or catch the trolley for other nearby activities such as hiking and golf. You may also like discovering the fascinating history of this area, such as the Ahu’ena Heiau, a temple of peace and prosperity that has been reconstructed from the days of Hawaiian royalty. Kauai Sheraton Kauai Coconut Beach Resort On the sandy shores of Kiahuna Beach lies this extravagant resort surrounded by Kauai’s lush greenery and incomparable vistas of the mountains and ocean. Maximize your relaxation with a swim in the adult-only side of the infinity pool, surrounded by an oceanfront bar, or get cozy in a lounge chair to soak up the Hawaiian sun. During leisure time you may like to participate in beach yoga, play a round of golf, savor a delicious meal at the on-site restaurants, or simply gather with friends around the fire pits. Venturing beyond the hotel, you can rent a bike to explore the island, search for souvenirs at nearby Poipu Shopping Village, or visit the sacred site of Kaneiolouma Heiau to be immersed in Hawaiian heritage.