Beautiful Luxury Beach Resorts in Hawaii

Hawaii offers beautiful beaches as well as luxurious resorts for guests to enjoy.  The natural ocean views, the sea breeze, and the sand all provide visitors with a comforting and welcoming spirit that is commonly known as aloha. No wonder millions flock to the island every year. Hawaii is a real island paradise, and its numerous world-class resorts help make it so.

The resorts, with their superb designs, allow nature to flow and become commingled into the structures.  So many activities are lined up day and night at these hotels to entertain tourists and visitors. The luxury goes beyond the accommodation; it is already a luxury of spirit. So out of the many amazing resorts to choose from we’ve listed down a few that we think any self-respecting vacationer should try at least once. They’re gorgeous, they’re luxurious, and they’re downright heavenly.


Turtle Bay Resort


Turtle Bay Resort


The cottages and villas at the Turtle Bay Resort are fabulous with modern beach homes stylishly designed to suit the desires of its luxurious guests and visitors. The rooms are so structured to provide privacy at the same time allowing guests to enjoy the abundance of the ocean view, the clear blue skies, and the swaying leaves of palm trees through its sliding glass doors. The wooden floors are gleaming with a comforting feeling; making one wish to walk barefoot on them. The marble floors and tub in the bathroom add to the relaxing atmosphere. A fresh hot bath after a day’s tour of roaming around the pristine white sand beaches is simply bliss.




Travaasa Hana


Travaasa Hana is a plantation of sea ranch cottages and garden view suites on Maui’s eastern shores, overlooking Hana Bay. The structures are elegantly built to showcase Hana’s splendid beauty. One block from the resort is the Hana Cultural Center and half a mile away is the Red Sand Beach.

Mornings at Travaasa Hana are outstanding. Guests get to wake up to the cool breeze, the smell of the sea, and the scent of the wild flowers – simply wonderful. The outdoor porches or lanais are spacious enough to provide a picturesque panoramic view of the Kaihalulu Bay. Based on numerous comments and reviews, guests find the service, the food, and the grounds absolutely excellent.


Mauna Kea Beach Hotel


Mauna Kea Beach Hotel

Big Island

Mauna Kea Beach Hotel is on the Big Island’s sandy Kohala Coast.  Mauna Kea has been renovated many times, always upgrading itself while still retaining its distinctive island charm. It has always continued to remain contemporary, at the same time stylish. Mauna Kea Beach Hotel invigorates travelers by offering remarkable services and amenities that even the most discerning guests will approve of. The hotel has many unique recreational possibilities like spa massages, a 3 km golf course, a fitness center, and an outdoor pool. Mauna Kea Beach Hotel is the place to stay for those seeking comfort, convenience, and charm in Hawaii. Another nice thing about this hotel is its location – near Makaiwa Bay and Francis H II Brown Golf Course South Course, which are among the city’s main attractions.


Koa Kea Hotel


Koa Kea Hotel


Koa Kea Hotel & Resort on the Poipu Beach is a magnificent mid-size resort and a new seaside retreat on one of Hawaii’s most scenic islands. The resort is surrounded by lush landscapes and tropical reserves.  The Koa Kea Hotel & Resort has more than a hundred guestrooms and suites, all created for that desired luxury experience. The beachfront hotel is the same as the original feature of the former Poipu Beach Hotel – offering guests maximum proximity to the ocean. Each guest room has fresh, crisp colors inspired by the sea and the furniture highlights amazing exterior views. Windows are draped in sheer fabric in order for the sun and sea to become part of the in-room amenity.


Author: Nicole

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  1. I love staying at luxury hotels. I always take the little soaps and things. I would love to stay in one of these when I finally make it to Hawaii!

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  2. I have always wanted to go to Hawaii. If I ever get the money for plane tickets, I will definitely have to check these places out!

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  3. The description of Koa Kea Hotel & Resort has made me write it down to look into when we go to Hawaii next. It sounds absolutely stunning!

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  4. Hi guys Just to let you know that I am more the tent vaccay type but my girlfriend at the time convinced me to spend a night at Mauna Kea a few years ago, and it is now my official happy place.

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    • Michael

      We just spent some time in London, so know all about that rain! At least if it rains in Hawaii, it’s still warm enough to be wearing shorts and a shirt 🙂
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  5. Hawaii does indeed have a multitude of wonderful resorts. I’ve not stayed at any of the ones you’ve listed, but have certainly stayed at some awesome ones. Most recently, the Fairmont Orchid on the Big Island and the Moana Surfrider on Oahu.
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  6. Lovely photos! We’d love your review of Makaiwa Bay.

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