Hawaii's range of accommodation is as diverse as the islands themselves and is located in several of the islands regions. Each island offers its own unique destination with a range of activities and attractions including golden beaches, fantastic surf, breathtaking scenery and stunning natural wonders. Some of Hawaii's most popular places to visit are the state capital Honolulu on the island of Oahu, home to the famous Waikiki Beach as well as Maui, spectacular Kaua'i and the 'Big Island'. With accommodation options ranging from 5 star luxury to budget hotels, Hawaii has something to suit everyone. If you're looking for accommodation in Hawaii that caters specifically for families or couples, see our accommodation for couples or family friendly resorts pages.
Hawaii's capital, Honolulu is known as the 'gateway' to Hawaii and is located on Oahu Island. A fusion of ancient culture and modern conveniences, Honolulu is a favourite with tourists. There are a wide range of accommodation options to suit all travellers and budgets from which you can enjoy the sun kissed beaches, fabulous surf, excellent shopping, delicious dining and vibrant nightlife of Honolulu.
With over 80 gorgeous beaches, a spectacular dormant volcano and surrounded by the dazzling waters of the Pacific Ocean, Maui is a tropical oasis offering the ultimate in relaxation. With a first class range of resorts and day spas, the island offers stunning natural beauty and a relaxing range of attractions including boutique shopping, art galleries, golf courses and a scenic winding drive along the Hana Highway.
Just 20 minutes from Honolulu, Kaua'i is rightly known as Hawaii's 'Garden Island' due to its amazing lush green rainforests and striking natural beauty. With a spectacular tropical landscape studded by impressive cliffs, soft sand beaches and cascading waterfalls, Kaua'i is famous for its nature and adventure activities. Offering a great range of accommodation options, you can swim, snorkel and dive to discover this island paradise.
Featuring 11 different climate zones, Hawaii's Big Island is a holiday destination filled with contrasts. A great range of accommodation can be found on the island's west coast, known as the Kona Coast, visitors are free to explore the lush tropical rainforests and snow-capped peaks of Mauna Kea. The island is also renowned for its fascinating black sand beaches and Kilauea, an ancient active volcano.
Located in Honolulu, the capital of Hawaii and a bustling tourist attraction on the island of Oahu, Kapolei is often known as the 'sister city' of Honolulu. Enjoying easy access to attractions such as Waikiki Beach, Kapolei is best known as being the home of the Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa one of Hawaii's most popular family friend accommodation options and home to an amazing range of activities and attractions.
Hawaii is home to hundreds of accommodation options so to help you find what you're looking for we've put together a list of specific types of accommodation options highlighting the most popular hotels and resorts by their onsite facilities, star rating and access to local tourist attractions.