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All-inclusive is definitely a great way to go when you visit Hawaii. The Hawaiian Islands may not have as many all-inclusive resorts as perhaps Jamaica or Coastal Mexico, but there are still some great options here that have package deals that take the guesswork out of trip planning. These are our favorite all-inclusive Hawaii resorts, as well as hotels that have convenient and fun package options.
The Grand Wailea has a few different special offers and packages that are worth looking into. You can book a Grand Bed & Breakfast package here and enjoy a daily breakfast buffet for two people in the Grand Dining Room Maui, which offers lovely views of beach and reflecting pool. There’s also a Golf Stay & Play package that includes a round of golf and golf cart on each day that you stay here. Meanwhile, the Best of Grand Wailea package lets guests experience more of the resort with a $50 resort credit for each night of your stay. And the Waldorf Astoria Spa Package includes a one-time $150 credit towards any Spa Grande treatment. In addition to traditional guest rooms and suites, you can also book accommodations in the Napua Tower, which includes complimentary continental breakfast each morning and cocktails and hors d’oeuvres in the early evening.
Hana-Maui Resort is an all-inclusive resort on Maui with inclusive rates starting at $700 and a la carte rates starting at $450. The all-inclusive package includes chef-prepared breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily, as well as a $175 resort credit per person, per night that can be used towards spa treatments and private classes. Guests at Hana-Maui Resort will also receive unlimited access to various programs and activities, Wi-Fi, banana bread upon arrival, bottled water, and organic fair-trade coffee. The resort publishes and Experience Schedule so you’ll know what’s going on each day of your stay. Accommodation options to choose from include resort cottages, private suites, ocean bungalows, garden junior suites, and family suites.
This tropical and luxurious Sheraton has a special Kaiulu Club Lounge offer that includes lounge access, complimentary breakfast, afternoon appetizers, all-day snacks, and Wi-Fi. Starwood Preferred Guests receive room discounts, every fourth night complimentary, and discounts for restaurants and car rentals. The Suite Life in Paradise for the Deluxe Executive Suite and Ohana Suite offer includes daily breakfast and evening cocktails, and the Ocean Promotion Plus includes Mountain View accommodations and daily breakfast for two. Onsite restaurant options for guests include the Holua Poolside Bar & Lounge, Rays on the Bay, and the Haleo Luau.
The Fairmont Orchid also makes Hawaii vacations easy with some inclusive package deal options. The Fairmont Gold Experience includes access to a private concierge floor with lounge and complimentary breakfast, while the Suite Escape package includes your fifth night free in a luxury suite and $500 resort credit per stay. Meanwhile, the Bed & Breakfast package includes an extensive breakfast buffet at Orchid Court. This hotel is surrounded by 32 oceanfront acres, has a 10,000-square-foot oceanside pool, six restaurants, beach club, and a year-around children’s program. It’s also located in a really fun place to explore with impressive mountains, active volcanoes, black lava fields, top beaches, and world-class golf courses.
Whether you’re looking for romance, water sport fun, or relaxation, there’s a great package option waiting for you at the Wailea Beach Resort by Marriott. The Room and Breakfast Package includes a daily breakfast buffet for two, and the Experience Romance in Wailea Package includes breakfast daily, a candlelight dinner, and champagne and chocolate-covered strawberries upon arrival. There’s a golf package that’s good for daily golf for one or two people, a Fun in the Sun package for your choice of lounge chairs and chaises, and a Splash & Stay package that includes SUP, surf, and snorkel gear. There are 501 rooms and 46 suites across eight floors here. Local attractions include Te Au Moana Luau, Haleakala Crater, and the Maui Ocean Center.
There are also many all-inclusive vacation activities at the family-friendly Aulani Resort, which is a bit removed from all the Waikiki crowds. Guests enjoy fire pit storytelling, guided walking tours, crafts and games for kids, and the extensive art collection here. Pool options include the 8,200-square-foot Waikolohe Pool, tubing adventures at Waikolohe Stream, four whirlpool spas, the adults-only Wailana Pool, and more. Also included with your stay at Aulani are Disney movie nights, a kids’ supervised activity center, and a high-tech scavenger hunt. Babysitters are available for an extra fee. There are also 10 dining and snacking options here to suit every taste.
A great inclusive option at the Hilton Waikoloa Village is the Hilton Bed & Breakfast package, which includes breakfast for two each day as well as all the pools, lagoon, and water sports. The Leisure Escapes package provides a $50 daily credit to use on shopping, dining, and relaxing, and there’s a family fun package that includes breakfast for four people. Golfers can choose the Stay & Play package, which includes a daily round of golf, shared golf cart, shuttle, bag storage, and facility use. There are three low-rise towers at this resort and many rooms that offer private lanais and ocean views.
Turtle Bay Resort often offers special deals that include getting your fourth night free and daily breakfast. You can also bundle your hotel, flight, and car together for promotional rates. Romance packages here include stays at an Ocean Vista Level Room and that include a lei greeting, champagne, and chocolate-covered strawberries. Spa packages, golf packages, and culinary packages are available here too. Overall, this is a unique resort on the North Shore of Oahu with over 800 acres of property to explore. Some of the most fun things to do when you stay here are surfing, stand-up paddle boarding, horseback riding on the beach, helicopter rides, playing a leisurely game of disc golf, and taking a ride on the mountain bike trails.