An island paradise like Hawaii is 5-star destination craved by adventure-seeking globetrotters all around the world. This also means Hawaii needs to have a quality service and stunning accommodations to match its service. To help you with your stay in this tropical oasis here are our recommendations for the best all inclusive Hawaii resorts.
1. Turtle Bay Resort (Oahu Island)
Located on the Oahu's North Shore, Turtle Bay Resort is an active all inclusive Hawaii paradise. Turtle Bay is renowned for its two state-of-the-art fitness centers and the unique Nalu Kinetic Spa, just ten steps away from its white sandy beach. Best known for the movie "Forgetting Sarah Marshall," the resort also has two golf courses – the Arnold Palmer and George Fazio, while the Guideposts offer a plethora of watersports and tours to try out, including whale watching at the National Marine Sanctuary.
- It offers all-inclusive organic meals (including afternoon snacks), a personal concierge and unlimited snorkeling equipment.
- Turtle Bay is close to some North Shore sites, including Kawela Bay and James Campbell Wildlife Refuge.
- The resort is secluded, yet well-connected to the rest of the island via Kamehameha Highway.
- You will need to pay extra for Turtle Bay Resorts' best ocean-side views with their Vista Experience rooms.
2. Kaua'i Marriott Resort (Kauai Island)
The Marriott Resort is among the best all-inclusive resorts in Hawaii, or more specifically on Kauai Island. Renowned for its premier business and wedding packages, this Garden Isle tropical getaway offers a stunning ocean, mountain or beachside view. The amazing outdoor area in this all-inclusive Hawaii resort is centered around the largest family-friendly pool in the state, with full-service spa on offer close by. Besides, the Marriott Resort is just 5 minutes from Kalapaki Beach and the famous Duke Kauai Beachside Restaurant.
- The staff is warm, open and helpful, and can easily take care of all your needs.
- Amazing inland and beachside hiking trails nearby.
- A special weekend Happy Hour with dinner specials and world-class drinks on offer.
- Some of the rooms have only two-three electrical outlets, so make sure to ask for an extension cord at the front desk if you have multiple devices and chargers with you.
3. Travaasa Hana Resort (Maui Island)
Relaxing all-inclusive resorts in Hawaii don't get better than the low-key Travaasa Hana on Maui. Nestled in the sleepy town of Hana, this tranquil all-inclusive resort offers guests a chance to book one of their spacious garden suites or an entire beachside cottage overlooking the Pacific Ocean. All of the rooms are free of clocks, radios, and TVs, which compliments their spa center and unique individual yoga classes perfectly. Travaasa Hana is also surrounded by small secluded beaches like Mapelsden, Hana and Kauiki Head, so there is no shortage of beachside fun for couples and families alike.
- Upon arrival, you receive a "Welcome" banana bread, organic fair-trade coffee, a $175 credit per person for the spa, and a free tour of the grounds.
- Although pricey, breakfast, lunch and dinner are prepared by the resident chef every day.
- Numerous activities in and around Hana like hiking, horse-riding, biking tours, and snorkeling.
- If you are looking for action and bountiful nightlife this isn't a place for you.
- The rooms aren't fully disability accessible.
4. Fairmont Orchid (Hawaii Island)
Situated on the main island, this luxurious all-inclusive Hawaii resort covers a 32-acre breathtaking oceanfront area on the splendid Kohala Coast. Overlooking Pauoa Bay or the distant snow-covered peak of Mauna Kea, all of the Fairmont Orchid's 540 chick rooms have breathtaking backdrops with a private furnished lanai. Although pricey, luxurious Hawaii all inclusive provides guests with full access to its six restaurants, including the oceanfront Brown's Beach House and Norio's Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi bar, golf course, tennis court, private beach, spa, and year-round kid's program.
- It offers tours to all the major sites including Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa, Kilauea, Akaka Falls, and Panaluu Beach.
- It offers complimentary tea between 3 PM and 4 PM, as well as a snack at the bar from 5 PM to 7 PM.
- All rooms are well-equipped with Wi-Fi, Flat Screen TVs, iPod adapters, fridge, and coffee maker.
- All inclusive deals don't include additional equipment for snorkeling, canoeing, boogie or paddle boards.
- The hotel is located on a fairly remote part of the island, so you will need a car if you intend to move around.
5. Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort (Oahu Island)
Situated just on the outskirts of Honolulu, this five-star all-inclusive Hawaii resort covers the widest part of Waikiki beach, almost 25 acres. Its unique village-style layout means all of Hilton's guests have a sense that their inside city within a city. The resort has no less than 20 restaurants serving everything from traditional Hawaiian cuisine to Asian and Continental meals. It has five pools with the longest water slide in Hawaii, a children's program at Camp Penguin. It prides itself on having a nice Spa and Wellness Center, and activities ranging from Tai Chi and Sculpt to uniquely Hawaiian activities like ukulele and hula lessons and lei making.
- It offers a stay four nights get the fifth-night free deal with a chance to save 50% off of your next stay at the resort.
- Access all areas for families of four, including all pools, gardens, restaurants and evening entertainment.
- It offers the only outside luau on Waikiki Beach for free.
- Not all rooms have an ocean view, and to upgrade to the one you will have to pay an extra $60 per night.
- The pools and hot-tubs are only open until 8 PM, so there is no chance to enjoy the pool after sundown.
The Final Word
Without a doubt, these amazing all-inclusive resorts in Hawaii won't leave anyone feeling disappointed. Watch out for our trips, make use of our highlights and choose one of these resorts for your next all inclusive Hawaii experience.