Top Hawaiian Resorts to Explore


Are you looking for a perfect resort to getaway? Check out the best Hawaiian resorts for your holiday celebration. Get ready to check in to paradise.

Four Seasons Resort Hualalai

Four Seasons Resort Hualalai is the perfect heaven and the best vacation of life which is opened in the year of 1996. It is comprised of 243 rooms; in low rise bungalows you can have rooms with ocean views, along with three restaurants, two bars, 51 suits, 7 pools, and wellness center with some of the best massage therapists in Hawaii. The pool at the Four Season Hualalai on the Big Island reflects the Hawaiian sky. It is more popular with the Hollywood celebrities for good reason. There is a tricked out teen louge for families and the baby proof rooms for visitors with infants. You can also enjoy the delicious food over here with amazing ocean views. This resort is highly recommended this little slice of paradise. (Image by Hawaii-Real Estate)

Four Seasons Resort Hualalai

Royal Hawaiian (Luxury Collection)

This classic Royal Hawaiian is located in the middle of Waikiki beachfront in Honolulu. This is the famed red colored exterior hotel comprised of premiums tower ocean rooms with flat screen TVs and Wi-Fi, 528 guestrooms, with beautiful grounds, along with private beach access. Guests of The Royal Hawaiian enjoy a weekly luau, two outdoor pools, tropical garden, and health spa with outdoor cabanas. The oceanfront Azure restaurant serves fresh seafood. The restaurants offer fantastic service from start to finish. Waikiki beach is beautiful with shallow water and fine sand. Best thing to do, get a board and out into the ocean for a day surfing and get chilled at the beach. (Image by Luxury Collection Hotels and Resorts)

Royal Hawaiian

Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort

Grand Hyatt Kauai resort is one of the best luxury resorts in Kauai comprise of 50 acres resort includes pools, waterfalls, a saltwater lagoon with a 150 foot slide, a sandy beach with palm tree studded islands, and the 45,000-square foot Anara Spa offers treatments in open-air bungalows. It is a beautiful location fronting a beach and surrounded by gardens and lagoons. Although all Hawaii beaches are public, the Grand Hyatt’s can feel semi private because the hotel is the only resort on its stretch of shore and not many locals congregate there. The hotel appears to have been built with children in mind. You can also have 11 dining options with ocean views and the families will love the five acres of aquatic fun and Kauai’s best kids’ club. It is the heaven on earth that worth your time and money. (Image by zwingman)

Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort

San Juan, Puerto Rico

San Juan is one of the most popular stops for the visitors and it is no wonder that San Juan is the third most visited resort. Puerto Rico is a great place to enjoy authentic Spanish-style sangria and taste a wide array of delicious tapas. When you are in San Juan, do not miss the opportunity to witness the pinnacle of natural beauty by exploring Puerto Rico’s El Yunque Rain Forest comprised of 240 species of trees. San Juan resort offers Guests a variety of options for water recreation and relaxation. Test your luck in the casino, which offers a full array of games. San Juan Marriott Resort guestrooms feature furnished balconies with city or pool/ocean views, plus refrigerators. High-speed Internet access is available and TVs offer pay movies.



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