Aulani, A Disney Resort and Spa that opens its doors at the end of August 2011, is a new resort in Oahu, a perfect family destination for Hawaii vacations. Co-created by Disney Imagineers, this resort uses the Hawaiian culture as its inspiration for the décor and general vibe that guests receive upon checking-in.
Hawaii is famous for its beauty and warm welcome. As one of the major tourist destinations in the world, it offers something special for everybody. Whether you prefer to enjoy the worldly luxuries or just want to experience the simple pleasures of life, Hawaii has it all.
Here, I will try to provide you with a simple guide on Hawaii hotels that you can choose the next time you visit Hawaii.
Every year hundreds of globe trotters seek out travel deals in the hopes of netting luxury holidays to the tropical paradise of Hawaii to soak up its legendary sun, sand, and surf experience. Hawaii is also well known for its luxury hotels as well as sumptuous luxury hotels. A shining example in the luxury domain is the Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa. With its captivating location on the Kaanapali Beach, the hotel is right next to the point where the famous Kaanapali Black Rock and the ocean meet each other. In fact, the Black Rock acts as the anchor for the hotel. Almost every month, numerous exciting events are organised such as hula lessons, lei making, yoga classes, snorkelling lessons, and Hawaiian Arts and Crafts. Here is some more insight into the hotel.
Frommers has been always a prime source for recommendations all across the world. Here is their 2011 list of best luxury hotels in Hawaii:
Halekulani (Oahu; tel. 800/367-2343; www.halekulani.com): When price is no object, this is really the only place to stay. An oasis of calm amid the buzz, this beach hotel is the finest Waikiki has to offer (heck, I think it's the finest in the state). Even if you don't stay here, pop by for a sunset mai tai to hear Sonny Kamehele sing the old hapa-haole tunes of the 1930s and 1940s while a lovely hula dancer sways to the music.