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Your Questions About Hawaii Honeymoon Resorts

 

Donald asks…

Does anyone know the best resorts to stay at in Hawaii for a honeymoon?

I am trying to find an amazing honeymoon resort. Yet still stay under $800 a night. If anyone has any advice, please let me know. Thank you!

Akela answers:

Kauai is just beautiful….we stayed at the Marriott there, and I think it was absolutely awesome. Definitely under 800 a night.

Great restaurants, great rooms, the grounds were beautiful, it was right on Kapalupa (sp?) Bay, there were exercise classes, salons, everything.

Waikiki Beach is good to see for a couple days, climb Diamond Head and gawk at the people. But for real beauty, you can’t beat Kauai.

If you go to Kauai, try to take a whale watch around the Nepali Coast (no roads even to get there it is so reclusive). Our whale watch was awesome, we saw tons of dolphins and a couple whales.

Just beware of all the roosters running around the island. Legend has it that when Kauai had a huge hurricane several years ago, all the roosters got out and now they cockle doodle doo any time of day or night because they are so confused. LOL. It was pretty funny.

Lisa asks…

Are there any honeymoon resorts in hawaii?

or at least resorts for couples only?

Akela answers:

I spent considerable time looking . All the sites that SAY they have info on couples only resorts in Hawaii, list resorts all over the Caribbean, but NOT in Hawaii!. I am sure there are some, but I can’t find names. It would be a good idea to consult a travel agent for this.. No cost to you.

Daniel asks…

Best Resort and Spa in Hawaii for a Honeymoon if price wasn’t an issue?

I wanna know what the best resort and Spa is in Hawaii for a honeymoon. Im talking i want it all, from swim up bars to an in room, outdoor shower and hot tub. Anybody know of a place like that??

Akela answers:

Hotel Hana Maui. There is no lovelier or more more romantic spot on the planet.

Http://hotelhanamaui.com/

Michael asks…

Advice for Honeymoon in Hawaii?

My fiance and I are going on our honeymoon on July31-??. We cannot leave the states b/c his papers will be pending, so we have chosen Hawaii. We would like to spend $500 or less a night for a room- or $3000 for the hotel cost (using miles for airfare).

I would really appreciate some recommendations from people that have been to Hawaii. We want the classic Hawaii honeymoon, preferably a resort where there will be NO kids, and I am super picky about hotels. I like modern-luxury.

We really are not wanting to do a lot of activities (hiking, kayaking) we just mainly want to relax on the beach and have some drinks :) So a hotel with beach access is a must.

We are also looking for a resort with at least a couple of restaurants so we will not have to leave that much to go and eat.

And if your thinking….just call a travel agency…I have and they work off commission so they don’t listen to what I really want- they just want to send us to a mainstream hotel with nothing that we asked for :(

So I would really appreciate some good advice- as we need to book soon! :)
Thanks!

Akela answers:

Sounds like you would want a 4 Seasons, except the only one I know has the crappiest swimming beach around. A good recommendation I would make for you is Mauna Kea Beach Resort or Hapuna Beach Prince Resort, both on the Big Island of Hawai’i. They’re both next door to eachother and yes they are built on 2 of the biggest and most beautiful white sand beaches on the island. But one thing, there may be a lot of kids depending on what time of year you plan to visit.

During school break periods (winter, spring, summer) it may get packed. Also, if you visit during the winter months (November, December, January, February) there may be MASSIVE surf, so you wouldn’t be able to go out for a swim. They both do have lots of shops and restaurants and it is far from town, the closest out of resort mall would be the King / Queen Shops at Waikoloa. (Oh yeah, I’m not sure how much per night. But I think it’s under $500 a night, more or less.)

If you would just want to settle for the 4 Seasons on this island it’s one of the most expensive in the world. An economy room can cost like $1000 a night, but the hotel is 5 *****.

I would recommend Mauna Kea Beach Resort or Hapuna Beach Prince Resort because it is more fun and slightly less class.. Yeah.

Btw, I was born and raised in Kona on the Big Island. So if you have any more questions just message me.

Betty asks…

I am planning a honeymoon to Honolulu, Hawaii. Which is the best resort or hotel to stay at?

What was your experience while there and what activities did you enjoy?

Akela answers:

If you don’t mind the hustle and bustle of Waikiki, then then are plenty of choices. Almost all hotels will cater to your needs.

…. But want to get away from the city and have some peace and quiet?

Turtle Bay Resort on the north shore, less than an hour or so drive from Honolulu. They also offer honeymoon & romance packages, champagne and rose petal service.

Tons of snorkeling on the north shore too, but the only downside (if you want to call it that) of staying up north is the fact that you have to drive down to the Honolulu area to do all the tourist activities. Most tours (island circle, waterfall, diving, etc.) depart from the Waikiki area.

If you’re looking to stay in the Honolulu area, than I would recommend the Hilton Hawaiian Hotel, it’s expensive but it sits right on the beach…

 

 

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