Hawaii is renowned for its fantastic weather, famous beaches, popular surfing, excellent shopping and authentic and American-inspired cuisine however it is also quite popular as a family friendly holiday destination. There's plenty on offer for the whole family, however an overseas trip can quickly add up when you bring the kids along as well. That is unless you stay at one of these Hawaii hotels where kids stay free. Offering fantastic value for money, these hotels allow children to stay free of charge on existing bedding when sharing a room with their parents.
Hawaii hotels where kids stay free are located throughout the Hawaiian Islands including in Honolulu on famous Waikiki Beach, on Maui, the island of Kauai and Hawaii Island, also known as the 'Big Island' and range from 4 stars to 5 stars. Although age restrictions can apply, most hotels offer the free accommodation offer to children up to 17 years of age. Where age restrictions do apply, a discounted child rate is available when kids sleep on existing bedding in a room occupied by a parent.
Located in Honolulu, Regency on Beachwalk Waikiki by Outrigger allows children up to 17 years of age to stay free when sharing a room with their parents. Cots are also available from the resort but attract an additional fee. Situated in Maui, Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa offers a complimentary stay to children 18 years and younger provided that they use existing bedding in a room occupied by their parent. Located in Kauai, Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa also allows children up to 18 years of age to stay free when sharing a room with their parents and also offers a great kids club and activities. Situated on Hawaii Island or the 'Big Island', Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort and Spa features a child stay free policy that is applicable for all children up to 17 years of age.
To enjoy an overseas holiday with the whole family without spending a fortune, these Hawaii hotels where kids stay free are the ideal accommodation option for saving money whilst travelling with children.