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Koa Kea Resort Hotel at Poipu Beach

Koa Kea Resort Hotel at Poipu Beach Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This 121-room Poipu boutique hotel offers five-star features -- rooms with fine Egyptian linens, Italian marble bathrooms, and personal espresso machines, and a free fitness center with individual cable-TV monitors. With just one pool and restaurant, it lacks the extras of the mega-resorts -- but the service is more attentive and pampering.
Wailea Beach Villas

Wailea Beach Villas Rating: 4.0 Pearls

For families looking for a quiet, serene location on Wailea Beach, the Wailea Beach Villas are a good choice. Sharing the same stretch of Maui beach as some of the island's most luxurious hotels, the villa-style accommodations are ideal for larger groups and are available in two-and-three-bedroom configurations. Each villa features a full kitchen and laundry, plus a lanai (balcony or porch) and BBQ. The property has several of the features expected of a resort: several pools, beach chairs and umbrellas, cabanas, spa treatments, and a small fitness center. It lacks a restaurant and spa, though.
Lumeria Maui Retreat

Lumeria Maui Retreat Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The wildly pretty, four-pearl Lumeria calls itself an “educational retreat” and a “sanctuary for authentic transformational travel.” The lofty language may sound cheesy, but the property does indeed offer tranquil grounds off the beaten path in Maui, lovely design, and natural beauty. Its 24 high-ceilinged rooms are airy, with scenic views and luxurious furnishings. The lineup of programs is impressive, from yoga classes to detox cleanses to writing retreats. There's an organic restaurant, a saltwater pool, and healing spa along with plenty of places to enjoy the manicured and majestic outdoors. With caveats like limited staff, no air conditioning, and windows that are wide open for others to see through, the property does, however, seem to stress its retreat services more than guest hospitality. If a retreat isn't really your thing, Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa on Maui's northwest shore and Grand Wailea on the west shore offer more traditional beachfront resort-style accommodations.
Travaasa Hana, Maui

Travaasa Hana, Maui Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Travaasa Hana, Maui overlooking Hana Bay delivers rustic luxury in the middle of Maui's lush, secluded east coast. Incredible service, top spa, excellent food, a long list of stuff to do, and only 70 rooms on acres of uncrowded property. The rooms are large, clean, sleekly furnished -- and stripped of TVs, air conditioners, clocks, and radios. Hard to reach unless you fly, but worth the trip.
Hotel Renew by Aston

Hotel Renew by Aston Rating: 3.5 Pearls

A top pick for those who want more than a budget hotel but less than a mega resort, this affordable, 72-room boutique a block from the beach is high on style, but short on amenities.
Waikiki Parc Hotel

Waikiki Parc Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

With a branch of Nobu in the lobby, a beach across the street, and signing privileges at its adjacent high-end sister Halekulani, this well-priced boutique hotel appeals to foodies and families. The fairly simple rooms have high-def, flat-panel TVs (some have spectacular views) and the service is friendly, if far less doting, than at its sibling.
Lotus Honolulu at Diamond Head

Lotus Honolulu at Diamond Head Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 12-floor, 51-room Lotus Honolulu is a luxury boutique hotel with the vibe of a Zen oasis, complete with Buddha statues, dim lights, and walls of votive candles in the “living room” lobby. The grounds are lush, green, and smell of the native flowers growing everywhere. Close enough to the hustle of the Waikiki strip for entertainment, but far enough away to feel secluded, the Lotus is a minute's walk from one of the islands best swimming beaches.
Manoa Valley Inn

Manoa Valley Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Manoa Valley Inn is a mid-range bed and breakfast in a residential neighborhood of Honolulu. The post-Victorian property has seven uniquely decorated rooms that, like the rest of the inn, have a mix of antique furnishings and kitschy pieces. The family running the B&B provide a cozy, welcoming atmosphere and a large breakfast with both hot and cold options. For a unique experience in a less busy area of Honolulu, the inn is a good choice, but guests will need a car to get to the beach and other parts of the city.
The Equus

The Equus Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This 67-room boutique along noisy Ala Moana Boulevard isn't much to look at. And though the ocean is across the street, views of it are mostly blocked by taller buildings. But the rooms are stylish; the small staff is friendly and accommodating; the beach, the business district, and shopping are all within walking distance; and the rates are reasonable.
Pineapple Inn

Pineapple Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

In an area full of large resorts and condo complexes, the five-room Pineapple Inn is remarkably tiny. This quaint, homey inn features four private rooms and a two-bedroom cottage and has beautifully landscaped grounds with a swimming pool and hot tub. It's not directly on the beach but the ocean can be seen from the rooms, and there are good views from the upper-level units. The cottage has two bedrooms and a full kitchen, but there's a minimum six-night stay required. If beach access is a must-have, check rates at Sugar Beach Resort.

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What's Your Style?

  • Boutique
  • Beach
  • Luxury
  • Resort
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Locations

  • Big Island
  • Kauai
  • Lanai
  • Maui
  • Oahu

Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
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Brands

  • Aqua
  • Best Western
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