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What could be more perfect than a honeymoon in Hawaii? This is a dream destination for so many couples and a perfect place to celebrate your new life together after the wedding.
Pretty much any time of the year, Hawaii enjoys perfect weather, plenty of sunshine, and postcard-worthy views of the beaches and volcanoes. This is such a popular honeymoon destination that the resorts here are accustomed to custom-tailored honeymoon packages that don’t leave romance out of any little detail. Honeymoons in Hawaii can be as relaxing or as active as you like, depending on the things you and your sweetheart enjoy doing together when you travel.
These are some of the most beautiful Hawaiian Honeymoon resorts to celebrate your love in comfort, style, and luxury.
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One of the very best resorts to stay at for your honeymoon in Hawaii is the St. Regis Princeville. This is a premier luxury resort that overlooks the Hanalei Bay and is very sophisticated with stunning views. Honeymooning couples can enjoy a breakfast buffet, butler service, and even an excellent golf course to play at. You can get as active as you like while stay here because there are lots of planned activities available, such as zip lining and horseback riding. This is a place to honeymoon if you like to dress up and aren’t afraid to splurge. There are dress code guidelines that you’ll need to adhere to, and the rates and restaurant prices can be a bit pricey if you’re traveling on a budget.
This oceanfront resort is located on 22 acres of lush gardens and tropical flowers. You can stay in the Rainbow Tower with ocean views or the Ali’I Towers, which have been newly renovated and are known for having top-notch amenities. This is a LGBT-friendly hotel that has special packages for newly wedded couples. For your honeymoon, consider upgrading to one of the specialty rooms or suites here for a little more space and the best views. Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort has over 20 restaurants, bars, and cafes to choose from that serve locally sourced and seasonal Hawaiian ingredients.
For a more rustic and quirky place to stay on your Hawaiian honeymoon, head down a rough, gravel road to reach Huelo Point Lookout. This boutique accommodation property has just a few cottages that are artsy and secluded. You won’t be close to any shops or restaurants here, so make sure to bring the things with you that you think you’ll need. However, you can use your own private kitchen to cook meals here and soak in a hot tub that’s all yours. Come here to live among nature and get away from the crowds that can spoil a romantic and private honeymoon.
Garden Isle at Kaua’i Marriott Resort is located on the Kalapaki Bay and has lots of recreation activities to choose from. This is a great place to stay for couples that like to golf because there’s an 18-hold Jack Nicklaus-designed championship course nearby. This is a popular place for weddings too, with 27,758 square feet of event space, so you have the option of having your wedding here too.
Another Marriott in Hawaii worth staying at is the Wailea Beach Resort, which is modern, elegant, and stylish. There are two resort pools and the new KAPA Bar & Grill here, and foodie couples love the Humble Market Kitchin by world renowned chef Roy Yamaguchi. This resort has recently undergone renovations and is more exceptional than ever before. Sip fresh-pressed juice at Whale’s Tale, and enjoy a dance at the Te Au Moana Luau. This is a family friendly resort and a good choice for families traveling with kids as well. But for your honeymoon, choose the spacious junior and one-bedroom suites with private balconies.
Wailea beach is the home to the Four Seasons Maui, which has 380 luxurious rooms and is very romantic. Make sure to spend some time at the infinity pool and relax in one of the sun loungers. The pool is adults-only, so you can enjoy some peace and quiet. The Spago restaurant by Wolfgang Punk is highly recommended for dinner. This is a great honeymoon pick for foodies and couples who enjoy the finer things in life. You can have dinner on the beach and enjoy chef-created five-course meals in privacy at your leisure.
There are 121 rooms at this romantic resort that’s located on Poipu Beach. Book your honeymoon here if you and your lover enjoy swimming and snorkeling. This island is perfect for those activities and is a favorite among couples. There aren’t a ton of pre-planned activities here, so this is a great spot for couples who like to make up their own plans as they travel. This is a more low-key option than some of the other more opulent resorts on this list. However, there is a nice spa here that uses soothing ingredients native to Hawaii. If you want to explore other parts of the island, inquire about packages that include a rental car to get to other areas during your honeymoon.
This resort is on the east side of Garden Isle in the historic town of Kapa’a. Enjoy the two-acre fantasy pool and garden, soak in the hot tub, or ride down the serpentine waterslides. The spa and fitness hut are available for use, and Oasis on the Beach Restaurant specializes in local seafood and produce.
This resort overlooks the Hana Bay and is located on the east coast of Maui. This is a great place to stay if you’re looking for seclusion, excellent spa services, and rustic accommodations that are still very luxurious. Get away from it all and enjoy some quiet time with the one you love. The rooms here don’t have televisions, clocks, or radios to help you unwind and leave your busy, stressful life behind for a while. The staff can set you up with adventures of your choice, including archery and horseback riding, and the cost of many of the adventures are included in your stay.
Located on the island of Oahu, the Kahala Hotel and Resort is just 10 to 15 minutes by car from the famous Waikki Beach. However, the resort is in a much more secluded and private location in a suburb of Honolulu. It spans about 6.5 acres of beach, waterfalls, and gardens. Get a side-by-side massage to treat yourselves after months of stressful wedding planning. When you stay here you’re in good company too. Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton honeymooned here, while avoiding the paparazzi as much as possible. Many other famous people have stayed here too, including presidents and music artists. Make sure to check out the “Kissing Point” at sunset for an ultra-romantic experience.
This hotel is located in the heart of Waikiki and is a great place to stay for honeymooning couples who enjoy cultural experiences. The Royal Hawaiian is a large resort with 528 rooms, which includes 34 suites and 18 of them are oceanfront. In 2010, the latest upgrade was the Mailani Tower, which is a 17-floor ocean-facing tower with elegant rooms and suites. There are doctors on-call at this resort in case you have any health issues, a multi-lingual staff, currency exchange service, and world-class restaurants. Make sure to dine at the Azure Restaurant and relax at the Mai Tai Bar.
If you’re looking for something truly unique and not mass produced in Hawaii for your honeymoon, consider a stay at the Ho’oilo House in Lahaina. There are just six rooms here, so you’ll need to book yours well in advance so you don’t miss out. It’s a bed and breakfast place that is adults-only and very intimate. Come here if you love off-the-beaten bath destinations and plan to spend a lot of your time relaxing and just enjoying each other.