Accomodations on Hawaii Islands

Accomodations on Hawaii Islands : Hotels, B and B, Campsites

Accommodation with added aloha

There is nowhere on earth quite like Hawaii. No, forget that: there is nowhere on earth remotely like Hawaii, pun intended. Whatever you do there, and whichever of the islands you visit, you are guaranteed memories that will last a lifetime.

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Planning where to stay will be one of the most important – and most exciting – decisions you make in advance of your visit. The good news is that there are plenty of options for every kind of budget. However, it is usually a good idea to plan ahead.

Whether you’re after adventure, romance, or family fun, camping can be one of the most wonderful ways to experience the islands, as well as the least expensive. In fact, camping in the Volcanoes National Park it is totally free (apart from the entrance fee paid by all visitors). There are two fully equipped camping grounds, and no reservations or permits are necessary. Many other campsites do need permits, however, so do check before turning up.

On a budget
If camping isn’t your thing, but you’re travelling on a budget, then one of the friendly guest houses or bed and breakfasts dotted around all the islands might be for you. These vary from the homely to the luxurious. Look out for features like four poster beds, swimming pools and decor in traditional Hawaiian style.

For a truly special stay, Hawaii also offers a glorious range of boutique hotels where you can experience everything from fine dining to indulgent spa treatments to private swimming lagoons and professional tennis instruction.

Explore the historic town of Lahaina from the Lahaina Inn, which dates back to the early twentieth century but combines its antique furnishings with every modern convenience. Or treat yourself to a stay at the famous Mauna Kea Beach Hotel where you can enjoy unrivalled views from the seclusion of your own vast bathtub.

Honolulu
A personal favourite is the Turtle Bay Resort with guestrooms, suites, beach cottages and ocean villas almost all of which, thanks to the resort’s unique peninsula location, have gorgeous sea views. There are five miles of beachfront, and activities include horse riding, hiking, mountain-biking, surfing and tennis. Or if you prefer, simply unwind in the tranquil countryside which you will not believe is only 45 minutes away from vibrant Honolulu.

Wherever you choose to stay, you will be assured of a heartfelt ‚aloha‘, breathtaking scenery and whatever combination of adventure and relaxation you need.

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