In Maui, make the chic Four Seasons or the hip Andaz Maui at Wailea your home base. The Halekulani in Waikiki is superb for an urban stay with island hospitality and luxury. The Four Seasons Hualalai on the Big Island is a favorite for its outstanding restaurants and focus on local traditions. On the North Shore of Kauai, the Princeville Resort shines for its views, spas and excellent service. If the South Shore is where you want to be, the Grand Hyatt Kauai is a stunner, with gardens, pools, spa and more.
Balmy breezes, sunsets that make you catch your breath, sparkling ocean, volcanoes, mountains, dolphins and more -- it's all in Hawaii. Island hopping is part of the fun.
Maui is the perfect all around island, and you can take the ferry over to pocket-sized Lana'i. Kauai is for active exploring, with its Jurassic Park cliffs, Wailea Gorge, hidden waterfalls and crashing waves. Fly to Kona for a taste of the Big Island, local coffee, volcanic activity and a great vibe. There's nothing like the sunset on Waikiki, and Oahu offers both the urban pleasures of Honolulu and the sea life of the North Shore.