The 7 Best Hotels in the Hawaiian Islands in 2022

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Hawaii dropped all entry requirements for domestic travelers earlier this month, and their mask mandate officially ended on March 26, 2022. These reduced restrictions, in addition to the islands’ serene tropical charm, will make it probably a destination of choice for many travelers in the coming year. This list looks at seven great resorts on the Hawaiian Islands to consider staying at for your next trip.

Top 7 Hotels in the Hawaiian Islands

Koloa Landing Resort in Po’ipu (Kauai)

Koloa Landing Landing Resort offers beautiful and spacious rooms, multiple pools, and proximity to multiple shops and restaurants. Staying at Koloa Landing will put you a ten-minute walk from Popoi Shopping Village, a great place to enjoy a delicious meal or check out some local shops. There’s also plenty to do without leaving the resort: grab a drink from the on-site bar or rent a cabana to spend a day in the sun lounging by one of the hotel’s pools.

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Koloa Landing Resort in Po'ipu (Kauai)
Koloa Landing Resort in Po’ipu

Napili Surf Beach Resort (Maui)

This beachfront boutique resort is perfect for guests looking to have fun in the sun! Located off Napili Bay, the resort offers guests on-site snorkeling, a private beach, and two outdoor pools. For those wishing to plan a longer stay on the island, the Napili Sunset Beachfront Resort also offers apartment-style accommodations. They include a full kitchen and the option of an ocean view.

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Napili Surf Beach Resort (Maui)
Napili Surf Beach Resort

Halekulani Hotel (Oahu)

You can expect to enjoy an utterly luxurious stay at Halekulani. This resort has an on-site bar, a great pool, and offers an airport shuttle, making it a high-quality and convenient choice.

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Halekulani Hotel (Oahu)
Hotel Halekulani

Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa (Maui)

Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa is an incredible choice for all types of travelers. Couples will enjoy a romantic stroll through the resort’s 40 acres of gardens, plus couples massage options at the full-service spa. Families with kids will love the resort’s water park, which features a waterslide, grotto, and rope bridge. And guests of all kinds will enjoy delicious cuisine at one of the resort’s 5 restaurants. It’s also in a great location for those who want to explore the area around the resort a bit – Whaler’s Village has a great selection of shops and is about a 10-minute walk away.

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Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa (Maui)
Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa

Sheraton Waikiki (Oahu)

This beachfront resort features sleek, modern decor and a variety of great amenities. Those traveling with children can take advantage of a child-friendly pool, as well as on-site babysitting services. Older guests won’t have to worry about being disturbed by kids splashing around either, thanks to the resort’s adult-only infinity pool that offers gorgeous ocean (and sunset) views. ). If you want to check out some of the areas outside of the resort, the Waikiki Mall is just a short walk away. The Honolulu Zooas well as The Honolulu Museum of Artis also located a few kilometers or a few minutes by taxi.

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Sheraton Waikiki (Oahu)
Sheraton Waikiki Hotel

The Laylow (Oahu)

The Laylow is another great option for those looking to stay close to Waikiki Beach. This resort is about a five-minute walk from Waikiki Beach and offers countless amenities as well as nightly entertainment. Guests can expect a gorgeous pool as well as an on-site restaurant, and travelers looking to maintain their fitness routine won’t be disappointed at the hotel’s fitness center.

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The Laylow (Oahu)
The Laylow

Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa

Waikoloa Beach Resort is an amazing choice for those looking to stay on the Big Island. The resort is a short walk from the beach and offers spacious, modern rooms. Guests can lounge by one of the resort’s swimming pools. You can also expect to add some fun to their afternoon by visiting the waterslide. There’s no shortage of on-site dining options either. Enjoy Hawaiian cuisine at Hawaii Calls Restaurant or stop by the Sunset Luau on Mondays or Wednesdays for an authentic live Polynesian show with dinner.

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Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa
Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa

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