The Kahala Hotel and Resort Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Kahala's enormous bathrooms come with his-and-hers mirrors and sinks, soaking tubs, and walk-in showers with rainfall shower heads.

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 The Kahala's enormous bathrooms come with his-and-hers mirrors and sinks, soaking tubs, and walk-in showers with rainfall shower heads.
The Kahala's enormous bathrooms come with his-and-hers mirrors and sinks, soaking tubs, and walk-in showers with rainfall shower heads. These tubs are one of a myriad of reasons why we selected it as one of the best luxury hotels in Hawaii. Bathrooms are spectacular at the Four Seasons in Maui -- separate showers and deep tubs, L'Occitane toiletries, and exceptionally soft cotton robes and towels. Six different kinds of music are piped into the bathroom. The resort re-opened in 2008 after a $180 million renovation -- and it shows. Rooms are immaculate and particularly the bathrooms, which gleam with marble floors and counters, a separate shower, and huge sunken tub. Even the most inexpensive room types have twin sinks and marble countertops. The Grand Wailea's spacious, marble-tiled bathrooms feature deep soaking tubs, a separate shower, and a separate toilet room. Bathroom products come from the resort's own Spa Grande, one of the top spas in the U.S. Bathrooms at Koa Kea may not be the most spacious in Hawaii, but they're very elegant and well-appointed with Italian marble, contemporary fixtures, and L'Occitane toiletries. Like most of the resort, everything in the bathroom looks and feels new. Clever lighting in Hotel Renew's bathrooms bestow an extra relaxing, urban Zen feel. Among the fine details: Japanese ceramic glasses, towels topped with smooth stones, and Face Stockholm toiletries.
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