Hawaii’s Top 7 Most Romantic Hotels
It’s not a real stretch of the imagination to picture a romantic getaway in Hawaii. Here are some tropical escapes that are sure to put you in the mood for love. Pamper yourself with luxurious spa treatments for two, take in a round of golf, enjoy fine dining at its best, or just lounge by the pool – the choice is up to you.
Royal Hawaiian Hotel (Oahu)
Also known as the “Pink Palace of the Pacific,” the Royal Hawaiian is a Waikiki Beach landmark, and truly sets the standard for luxury. For a fine dining experience right on the beach, don’t miss the world-class restaurant, Azure.
St. Regis Princeville (Kauai)
In Kauai, prepare to take in a million shades of green with striking natural beauty as it is the oldest of the main islands in the Hawaiian chain. The St. Regis Princeville is located on Kauai’s north shore and is the perfect getaway when you want a first class Kauai experience.
Turtle Bay Resort (Oahu)
Oahu is known as the “Gathering Place” and it’s true that as the state’s most populous island you will have the widest variety of culture, nightlife, and things to do during your trip here. But if you feel the need to get away from it all, the Turtle Bay Resort way out on the north shore is a refreshing change from the hustle and bustle of Waikiki.
Grand Wailea (Maui)
A popular choice for celebrities and locals alike, the Grand Wailea on Maui truly lives up to its name. The grounds cover 40 acres on the sunny south shore of Maui, with amenities like the Spa Grande, tennis, golf, and adult only pool with swim up bar. The Adam Sandler movie “Just Go With It” was recently filmed here as well!
Four Seasons Hualalai (Big Island)
If you’re looking for a luxurious retreat, The Four Seasons Hualalai at Historic Kaupulehu may just be the answer. Its Five Diamond ranking means you’ll be pampered while you enjoy the amenities, such as world-class golf, spa facilities, and beautiful seaside swimming pools.
Four Seasons Lanai – The Lodge at Koele (Lanai)
For a change of pace, try this elegant (and recently renovated) lodge located up in the mountains on the island of Lanai. Guests will enjoy top notch service, shuttles to Lanai City and activities like horseback riding, plus temperatures much cooler than what you’d expect at sea level. Perfect for a secluded getaway or honeymoon.
The Fairmont Orchid Hawaii (Big Island)
This is another safe bet if you are looking for a little luxury during your Big Island vacation. Located on a beachfront property on Hawaii’s Kohala coast not too far from Volcanoes National Park, this hotel offers a nightly hula shows (read more About Luaus), has a 36-hole championship golf course (read more about the Best Golf Courses in Hawaii), has a beautiful pool and a spa. Kayaking, surfing and snorkeling are available on site, with additional amenities including two lava rock spa tubs, a sand bottomed children’s pool and a 10,000 foot oceanfront pool. Children’s activities include the Keiki Aloha program, offering nature walks, snorkeling and arts and crafts activities for a fee. Sliding glass doors open to private furnished lanais with ocean or garden views—all located in the shadow of Hawaii’s volcanoes.
While not exactly a hotel, bed and breakfasts like Holualoa Inn on the Big Island can also prove to be great hidden romantic getaways. You may also want to visit our Vacation Rentals page or check out the latest Hawaii Travel Deals.
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