1. Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort
Planning a honeymoon? The Hilton Hawaiian Village in Hawaii is an excellent option. With its classic white-sand beach, soothing massage therapy at the largest Waikiki on-site spa, delicious cocktails and onsite luau dancers, the resort will create an unforgettable experience for you and your partner. If you’re booking a stay at this resort for a romantic getaway, please be sure to indicate that when you book so that the staff can try their best to keep your room away from the family-friendly areas of the resort.
2. Sheraton Kauai Resort
If you’re in need of a relaxing getaway after your big day, look no further than the Sheraton Kauai Resort. Take a dip in their stunning ocean pool that overlooks the resort’s beach, and then visit their spa for some well-deserved R&R. In the evening, enjoy breathtaking 180-degree views of the sunset at RumFire -the resort’s new restaurant with 240 seats. If you didn’t have time to plan your honeymoon whilst planning your wedding, don’t worry! The Sheraton Kauai offers an all-inclusive romance package that provides everything from hotel accommodations and flights to daily breakfast for two people all within a reserved bungalow so you can truly escape from it all.
3. Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa
With black rocks perfect for snorkeling and views that’ll sweep you off your feet, the Hyatt Regency Maui is an obvious choice for honeymooning couples. Along with modern amenities like golf and tennis, this hotel situated on 40 acres of beachfront will make it hard to leave your room — but we urge you too! Many rooms offer oceanic panoramas, but go all out by reserving the Regency Premier Oceanfront Room. Not only do you get complimentary snacks and drinks delivered to your door, but also a personal concierge at your service. If you’re looking for a drink spot with ambiance, Grotto Bar Built inside an artificial cave located between two waterfalls should be atop your list.
4. Ritz-Carlton Kapalua, Maui
From the Lobby to your ocean-front suite with two balconies, the 463-room Ritz-Carlton Kapalua screams luxury. With an oversized soaking bathtub in your spacious bathroom and traditional Hawaiian treatments at our 17,500 square foot spa, you’re guaranteed relaxation. And be sure to stop by Kai Sushi to try out some of their 20+ varieties of fresh sushi and sashimi! You’ll be blown away by the hand-carved ceiling beams inspired by outrigger canoes.
5. Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa
Choose the Sheraton Maui for an unforgettable vacation complete with a Pacific Ocean view. With 508 rooms and suites, you’ll have plenty of space to kick back and relax. Plus, being right on Kaanapali Beach means easy access to all sorts of water activities like snorkeling, sailing, kayaking with dolphins and more!
6. Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa
Immerse yourself in the Hawaii of the 1920s and ’30s by staying at this low-rise Keoneloa Bay resort, which features an open-air design with a beach on one side and gardens and lagoons on the other. One of the best things about staying at the Grand Hyatt is their first-rate rooms; including marble tiled entryways, rain showers, and terraces with mahogany furniture and Hawaiian-print linens. Another great perk are the dining options; ranging from pan Asian Yum Cha to Surf and Turf Tidepools that were designed to look like huts floating in a lagoon. If you’re looking for something extra romantic, plan on getting treatments at Anara Spa. They offer open air bungalows that any honeymooner would love!
7. St. Regis Princeville Resort, Kauai
The St. Regis Princeville, situated on a seaside property near the rainforest, is perfect for those who want to feel pampered during their vacation. With 9,000 acres and mountains and Hanalei Bay as your view, you will be in awe of the picturesque location. You’re worth every penny spent here because of the excellent service that always goes above and beyond your expectations. When you’re not playing golf on its gorgeous waterfront course or being pampered together in Halelea Spa, other activities like horseback riding and kayaking are available nearby. If you want to make your stay extra special, book one of their several couples’ packages–like the “Luxury Romance” offer which includes daily breakfast for two people, a bottle of champagne upon arrival and chocolate-covered strawberries waiting in your room.
8. Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea
With almost every one of the 380 guest rooms boasting a wonderful Pacific Ocean view, it’s hard to make a bad choice when booking your stay at The Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea. However, you might want to consider splurging on a ‘Club Ocean-View’ room. Along with access to all-day refreshments and a full-service bar, you’ll also receive separate concierge service. When you arrive, you will be greeted with delicious ginger-mint lemonade and refreshing cool towels. You’ll then receive a beautiful lei before heading to the luxurious infinity pool that’s reserved just for adults. This is the perfect way to start your honeymoon! If you’re looking for some delicious food, Duo is the place to be! This seafood and steak restaurant is run by award-winning chefs, so you know the food will be delectable. Another great choice is Ferraro’s Bar e Ristorante. This open-air Italian eatery serves traditional “cucina rustica” with a Hawaiian twist that’ll tantalize your taste buds.
9. Koa Kea Hotel & Resort, Kauai
If you’re looking to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life, look no further than Ko’a Kea (built on the old Poipu Beach Hotel site). For a romantic getaway, this is the perfect resort for you. With its tranquil atmosphere and stunning scenery, it’s easy to relax and feel like you’re in paradise. With only 121 rooms, all with balconies or lanais overlooking the soothing waves, it’s significantly smaller compared to other resorts on the sunny south coast. If you’re looking to avoid the hustle and bustle of a waterslide-filled resort, Ko’a Kea is perfect for you. With a serene pool, an elegant restaurant/lounge with delicious sashimi, and stunning views of the cove at sunset from the expansive lawn, you’ll fall in love with this place. Most importantly, you won’t be alone in your relaxation – nearly all guests are honeymooners!
10. Travaasa Hana, Maui
Travaasa Hana is the place for you if you’re needing a break from technology and just want to relax. With no way of telling time, its 70 ocean-view cottages and cathedral ceilings, you can completely disconnect and unplug your vacation. For a romantic getaway, book one of the rooms with private lanai hot tubs (not all rooms have them). Just be warned that if you’re looking for a beach honeymoon spot specifically, this resort isn’t it—it’s about a 5-minute shuttle from the nearest beach. However, what this resort does offer are winding paths connecting each room to pools , tennis courts , and a croquet lawn. With so much to see and do, you’ll need more than one vacation to take it all in! Dine with an ocean view at Ka’uiki, where the menu rotates every three days. Afterwards, relax in an outdoor lava-rock whirlpool before your couples massage. Finally, go horseback riding along Maui’s coastline for a truly unique experience.