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Oahu Collection

The third largest island of Hawaii, Oahu is the main island of Hawaii with the largest population and where the capital city of Honolulu is located. This is an island of activity with surfing off famous Waikiki Beach, hiking through the tropical rainforests of Waimea Valley or snorkelling at Hunauma Bay.

Waikiki is famous as a "gathering place" where you can enjoy great shopping, restaurants offering a fusion of great cuisine and a vibrant nightlife of music and entertainment. The North Shore of Oahu, blessed with pristine white sand beaches - perfect, glassy walled epic waves and tubes, is known for its world-class surfing.



 
Style - Four star deluxe resort hotel
Location - Beachfront location on Waikiki Beach

The Hilton Hawaiian Village offers the perfect mix of exceptional resort accommodation and classic Hawaiian hospitality. The resort is spread over 22 oceanfront acres and offers a diverse selection of accommodation, dining, shopping and entertainment. The resort's beachfront pool is the largest on the island and on Friday night becomes the stage for a celebration of Hawaiian culture and entertainment, ending with a spectacular fireworks show!

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Style - Deluxe resort comprising hotel, beach cottages and ocean villas
Location - Beachfront location on the peaceful North Shore of Oahu

Turtle Bay Resort has almost five miles of beachfront. Only 45 minutes from Honolulu, guests experience the natural tranquillity of the North Shore lifestyle. The world's most legendary surf spots - Sunset Beach, the Banzai Pipeline and Waimea Bay are all close to the resort.

The resort features two lushly landscaped pools, two championship golf courses, tennis courts, horseback riding and mountain bike trails. All of the 375 luxury guest rooms, 26 suites, 42 beach cottages and luxury ocean villas have views of the Pacific Ocean. 

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Style - Legendary hideaway luxury resort
Location - Secluded oceanfront 10 minutes drive from Waikiki

This deluxe resort features 343 rooms and suites, five stylish restaurants and a world-class spa. The Kahala has a tradition of discreet and impeccable service A private lagoon set in lush tropical gardens where dolphins play, a sparkling swimming pool with valets to attend your every need, an unblemished crescent of beach with its own tiny island just offshore combine to make the Kahala a luxury retreat.

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Style - Gracefully elegant deluxe hotel 
Location - Oceanfront in the heart of Waikiki

"The First Lady of Waikiki" first introduced the world to Hawaiian hospitality in 1901. It has recently undergone a rebirth which has both enhanced its traditional architecture and furnishings with the best in contemporary amenities .

Beachfront Banyan Court has been updated where guests can relax under the historic Banyan tree, planted in 1904 and at sunset enjoy live Hawaiian entertainment on the beachfront terrace.

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Style - An oasis of sophisticated luxury
Location - Oceanfront in the heart of Waikiki

Halekulani is known globally for its unrivalled gracious hospitality, innovative guest service and understated elegance of its guest accommodation.


The five buildings of the Halekulani have been stylishly built around an original colonial home; this beautiful hotel is a calm and opulent retreat with open courtyards and lush gardens. The hotel offers a world-class spa and a stunning freshwater pool overlooking the pacific ocean.

Each of Halekulani's three restaurants offers its own distinct style amid stunning views of the sea.

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The Big Island of Hawaii

To avoid confusion with the name of the entire state, the island of Hawaii is appropriately named "Hawaii's Big Island"; it is bigger than all of the other Hawaiian Islands combined with 11 of the world's 13 climactic zones.

The Big Island is an important place in Hawaiian history with its numerous ancient Hawaiian temples, the birthplace of King Kamehameha I, and the landing spot of the first European missionaries.

The sheer grandeur of this island is humbling. It has three volcanoes including the Kileaua Volcano in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park - the world's most active volcano where a primal lake of lava flows into the steaming sea. The snow-covered summit Mauna Kea which dominates the Kohala coastline is the world's tallest mountain measured from the ocean floor at 33,000 ft and is where the largest astronomical observatory is located with 13 working international telescopes.



Style - Country bed and breakfast Inn
Location - Volcano Village close to Hawaii's Volcano's National Park

This unique country inn is situated in the tropical Hawaiian rainforest of Ohia and Hapu'u. After a day of hiking and exploring the natural splendours of the Volcanoes National Park, relax in the outdoor Jacuzzi in the garden gazebo and stargaze the volcanic night sky.

The Inn has 6 individually styled rooms and offers great Hawaiian hospitality starting with a fresh island continental breakfast and afternoon fireside tea.

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Style - Deluxe secluded resort with golf course and spa
Location - Beachfront on Hawaii's Kohala Coast

The Fairmont is in a magical setting of 32 tropical acres with the dramatic backdrop of the Mauna Kea volcano and the beautiful Kohala coastline of sandy lagoons fringed by black volcanic lava.

Watch Hawaiian sunsets from the "Kahakai" beach bar and the Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles that come to bask on the shoreline from the award-winning oceanfront Brown's Beach House. Enjoy a memorable Polynesian feast and a live performance of "The Gathering of the Kings" under the stars at the Plantation Estate theatre

The authentic Hawaiian outdoor Spa Without Walls has 10 private outdoor waterfall hales (huts) and 3 indoor treatment rooms along with a couple's cabana for romance and rejuvenation. 

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Style - Barefoot luxury resort of Polynesian thatched-roof bungalows
Location - On the site of an ancient Hawaiian fishing village at Kahuwai Bay

The Kona Village Resort is unique within the Hawaiian islands offering an inclusive package of accommodation, meals and water sport activities.

The individual style bungalows blend into 82 acres of natural tropical landscape 
Village guests get back to nature both with the surroundings and with glimpses of Humpback Whales during winter months, endangered green sea turtles basking in the afternoon sun and Manta Rays performing magical water ballet each evening.

A marine sanctuary abundant with colourful tropical fish lies off the crescent-shaped beach at Kahuwai Bay - ideal for snorkelling. Other activities include kayaking, sailing, scuba diving and stargazing.

The resort has three restaurants offering a gourmet selection of cuisine - French Polynesian, Pacific Rim and Hawaiian/Asian specialities.

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The Island of Kauai, Hawaii

Kauai is the oldest of this group of islands with lush tropical vegetation and awe-inspiring scenery.

The Waimea Canyon has spectacular plunging ravines and cascading waterfalls and the soaring cliffs of the Napali Coast are best admired from a helicopter or from the ocean.

"The Island of Discovery" has certainly been discovered by the film makers with films such as Jurassic Park, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Blue Hawaii and South Pacific being filmed there.



Style - Authentic plantation style boutique resort
Location - A peaceful coconut grove on the western coast of Kauai

This charming resort was once a sugar plantation which has been carefully restored with a blend of period furniture and the unique culture of contemporary Hawaii. Each cottage is unique and has been created or restored to retain a charming historical simplicity, giving a nostalgic glimpse of the past. The cottages all have a full kitchen with a front porch overlooking the grassy lawns which stretches towards the ocean. 
The Kauai Brewing Company is adjacent to the property offering traditional fayre from a creative multi-ethnic "plantation" menu.

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Style - Deluxe low rise resort of tropical design
Location - Beachfront on sunny Poipu Beach

The Sheraton Kauai is a spacious, extensive resort comprising several wings offering guests a choice of magnificent views of the tropical gardens and the pacific ocean.
The resort has three restaurants, including oceanfront dining and also hosts a twice weekly Luau - hawaiian feast - just footsteps from the crescent shaped beach - this surf to sunset event features award winning entertainment along with a wonderful selection of Hawaiian and traditional delicacies. 

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Style - Ultimate deluxe "Hawaiian Classic" resort
Location - Oceanfront on Poipu Beach

Enjoy absolute luxury in a place steeped in Hawaiian culture and natural heritage. The lush grounds and infinite amenities of this four diamond hotel will captivate …
The spectacular setting presents a dramatic backdrop for delectable culinary experiences - such as dining on the freshest seafood while overlooking waterfalls and koi-filled ponds

The Grand Hyatt features a meandering salt-water lagoon along with freshwater "river" pools that wind through waterfalls and grottos.
The newly expanded Anara Spa now offers treatments in open-air thatched-roof hales, amidst lush tropical grounds of waterfalls and soaking pools.

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The Island of Maui, Hawaii

The second largest Hawaiian island offers a diverse selection of holiday experiences in its unique vistas and small, intimate towns peppered throughout the island. Maui's beautiful beaches are voted among the best in the world - around 3,000 humpback whales visitthe warm tropical wates of rMaui each winter to give birth to their calves.

To truly recharge your senses stand atop the magnificent scenic heights of Haleakala, "The House of the Sun", which majestically overlook the "magic isle" of Maui or visit the spiritual haven of Hana and bathe in the invigorating water gushing from one of the numerous waterfalls.



Style - Oceanfront resort hotel with open tropical design
Location - In the heart of the world-class resort of Wailea

This hotel enjoys a stunning setting with expansive tropical gardens overlooking the pacific ocean between two beautiful sandy beaches. The hotel has two pools including an infinity pool overlooking sea. The Mandara Spa has 11 treatments rooms and also facilities for oceanside massages.

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Style - Legendary Hawaiian luxury retreat
Location - At the end of the Hana Highway on the lush eastern coast of Maui

Hotel Hana-Maui is for those seeking serenity and romance - a blend of Hawaiian heritage and the unspoiled beauty that made Hana such a special place.

The Honua Spa, located on an acre of landscaped grounds with spectacular views of Hana Bay, offer a true nurturing experience with massage, facials and body treatments

The hotel has been sympathetically restored to offer luxury accommodations designed to reflect Hawaiian history and culture. The Bay Cottages, close to the Main building, overlook the ocean and garden pool or lushly tropical gardens - many have their own enclosed garden. 

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Style - Sophisticated ultimate luxury resort
Location - Beachfront in the resort of Wailea

This deluxe resort combines aloha enchantment with Four Season's reputation for the finest service.

The spacious guest rooms and suites have 21st century amenities alongside local artwork specially commissioned to accent the décor.

A very attractive feature of the hotel is the Upper Waterfall Pool, close to the beach and linked to the formal pool where guests can relax in poolside gazebos attended by the pool valets.

As to be expected, the Four Seasons offers its guests a wonderful dining experience. According to Bon Appetit , their gourmet restaurant "Count Ferraro's is another example of why there's so much, well, wowie to be found on Maui, and why visitors are perpetually enthralled - not to mention well-fed."

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The Island of Molokai, Hawaii

Known as the most Hawaiian of the islands - nearly half of its population are of native ancestry, with only a scattering of visitors - Molokai has been able to preserve its rural lifestyle.

Molokai is perfect for the active visitor with mountain biking, snorkelling, fishing, kayaking or mule and horse riding. The island's snorkelling spots are protected by 32 miles of barrier reef - including one of the state's longest white sand beaches, Papohaku.


Style - Authentic Hawaiian experience
Location - Beachfront on the island of Molokai

Styled after a Polynesian village, from a time when outrigger canoes were the only transportation, Hotel Molokai is a secret hideaway from the frantic pace of modern life. Spacious bungalows and an oceanfront restaurant offer true island hospitality. The gardens are abundant with palm trees and plumeria.

The freshwater pool and bar overlooks the neighbouring island of Lana'i. The Hula Shores Restaurant is a lively and popular island spot with daily live music.

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