Aulani

Ko Olina

World-famous for its Spectacular Beaches

The Ko Olina area of Hawai‘i is world-famous for its spectacular beaches and, as a Guest of Aulani, you’re just steps away from one of the most scenic stretches of sand imaginable. Nestled in a secluded cove between the lush green mountains and beautiful ocean waters, the beach is the perfect place to spend a day relaxing in the sun, building sandcastles with the kids or taking a dip the calm, crystal-blue Pacific waters.

Get your feet wet with invigorating activities that capture the spirit of Hawai‘i. Canoe racing, sand sculpture contests, sunset celebrations and sunrise yoga are just some of the beachside fun available for adults, teens, kids and families.

Plus, enhance your beach experience at Makiki Joe's, offering convenient equipment rentals and exhilarating activities such as swimming, snorkeling, paddleboarding or kayaking. Beach chairs and umbrellas are complimentary, but you may rent kayaks, snorkels and more. Ko Olina means “fulfillment” and “joy,” and after a day here, you’ll understand why.

Get your feet wet with invigorating activities that capture the spirit of Hawai‘i. Canoe racing, sand sculpture contests, sunset celebrations and sunrise yoga are just some of the beachside fun available for adults, teens, kids and families.

Halekulani

Waikiki Beach

World-famous jewel on the beach at Waikiki

Halekulani, which means house befitting heaven in Hawaiian, certainly lives up to its name. The legendary hotel on the beach at Waikiki has been offering visitors an oasis of tranquility for more than a century. This luxury hotel is in a prime location to enjoy the sun, sand, and surf which lure millions of visitors to Oahu each year. Though, while Waikiki Beach may have an international reputation, it still holds special secrets yet to be discovered – one of them, right in front of Halekulani.

Kawehewehe is the Hawaiian name for the healing waters of Gray’s Beach, a section of Waikiki Beach which fronts Halekulani. It has served as a place of spiritual and physical healing in Native Hawaiian culture through the generations. Hundreds of years ago, royalty used to soak in these waters to alleviate ailments- physical or spiritual. Come to Halekulani, swim in Kawehewehe, and soothe your soul.

The Kahala Hotel and Resort

Waikiki Beach

Famed beachfront getaway, popular with celebrities

The Kahala Hotel & Resort is situated on an 800 foot secluded, ivory sand beach. Enjoy a relaxing day with complimentary beach chairs and towels. This is the place for you to unwind and enjoy the best part of a Hawaiian vacation - a sun-filled Hawaiian day.

Mauna Kea Beach Hotel

Kohala Coast

Famed beachfront getaway, popular with celebrities

Located on the Kohala Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii, the Mauna Kea beach at Kauna’oa Bay is quintessential, picture-postcard Hawaii. With its abundant white sand, palm trees and clear, calm blue water, the crescent-shaped beach is a natural draw for sun-worshippers, water sport enthusiasts and families in search of safe, sandy fun.

Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel

Kohala Coast

Ranked among America’s Top Beaches by Conde Nast Traveler

In addition to the heated freshwater pool and poolside whirlpool at the resort, guests can enjoy the white sands of Hapuna Beach. Frequently ranked among America’s top beaches by Conde Nast Traveler, Hapuna Beach is a long stretch of pristine white sand. There is also a little cove nearby where the waters are sheltered and clear. On any given day, giant sea turtles may drop in for a visit. Otherwise, it’s the perfect place for swimmers and snorkelers to explore at their leisure.

Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort & Spa

Waikiki

One of the World’s Most Beautiful and Exciting Beaches

One of the world’s most beautiful and exciting beaches is just steps from our resort and no one lets you take advantage of the Waikiki beach life quite like the Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort & Spa. Sculpt spectacular sand castles and splash in the surf or enjoy a more secluded view from our many ocean view vistas. When you settle down in a lounge chair or private cabana at the pool of our resort, you’ll soak up Oahu’s tropical island sun and delight in amazing unobstructed views of the dazzling blue Hawaiian water.

With our ideal setting fronting Waikiki Beach, we offer a wide assortment of activities – from catamaran cruises to boogie board rentals and outrigger canoe rides that will help you to relax or escape into your own island adventure. Of course, Waikiki’s waters are ideal for surfing - pros and beginners alike - and home to many legends of the sport.

Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa is a proud partner of Reef Watch Waikiki. Learn from onsite volunteers every Wednesday from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. near the waterfall in the Great Hall. You will learn important information about reef etiquette as well as where to go and how to spot some our friendly marine neighbors.

Napili Kai Beach Resort

Napili

One of the World’s Most Beautiful and Exciting Beaches

Napili Kai Beach Resort is situated on 10 secluded tropical acres fronting one of Maui’s most beautiful snorkeling bays. We have no resort fees. Kids stay, play and eat free. Once you’re here, the most difficult thing you’ll have to do is leave. Our staff will make you feel right at home with a traditional Aloha feeling in this quiet uncomplicated setting. Imagine a tropical island paradise with all the comfort and spaciousness of a condo and modern resort amenities. Our resort offers a wide range of ocean view, beach front and ocean front condo-style guest rooms and suites.

Enjoy a gourmet meal at the beachfront Sea House restaurant, a cocktail at the bar or a poolside snack at the Makai Hale snack bar.

Snorkel or paddleboard on Napili Bay. Relax around four pools and a large whirlpool. Practice on our 18-hole putting green. Try your skills on two world-class golf courses located at Kapalua Resort, where courtesy rates for golf are available for Napili Kai guests.

Makena Beach & Golf Resort

Makena

Secluded oceanfront golf resort in South Maui

Starting on the slopes of Mt. Haleakala, Makena’s 1,800 acre resort meets the sea at picturesque Maluaka Beach. This quarter mile stretch of golden sand is an entryway to Makena’s famed Turtle Town, where beach goers are often delighted by the sights of Hawaiian turtles swimming a few yards from shore and hanging out on the beach. Farther out from shore, underwater enthusiasts are greeted by colorful schools of fish, multi-colored coral species, playful spinner dolphins, soaring manta rays and grand Humpback whales. With the popular snorkeling destination of Molokini Islet just a 15-min. boat ride from the resort, those looking for extraordinary sail and snorkel experiences can no look no further to the convenience of a 62ft. catamaran which docks directly on the beach. Divers can also delight in WWII Military wrecks located in the waters off Makena . The resort’s beach activities program offers ample opportunity to learn about the storied Hawaiian history of the area and the precious eco-systems of our Hawaiian waters with ocean adventures like eco-kayak tours, paddle boarding lessons and Hawaiian outrigger canoe experiences.

Moana Surfrider

Waikiki Beach

Humpbacks can be seen from late January

The beach area for guests is directly in front of the pool and occupies the prime spot on Waikiki beach. Catamaran sails, canoe rides, surfing lessons and various other beach activities are only steps away. For refreshments, the Beach Bar and the Snack Bar are adjacent to the pool deck. Beach chairs and umbrellas can be rented for $60/day.

Humpbacks can be seen from late January until late April. There is a pod of spinner dolphins that make their home in Waikiki. They can often be seen 300 yards in front of the hotel.

Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui and Villas

Wailea

Renowned all-suites resort on Polo Beach

The all-suite Fairmont Kea Lani rests on Polo Beach, a 600-foot stretch of soft, white sand. Located on Maui’s southern coastline in pristine Wailea, Maui, the beach is enclosed with lava rock on both ends, creating a secluded and private setting. Perfect for keiki (kids), Polo Beach has a sandy bottom with clear, approachable water. As part of the resort’s award-winning Hawaiian Cultural program, guests can learn how to paddle a traditional 6-person Hawaiian outrigger canoe, directly from Polo Beach. Snorkel gear, stand up paddle boards, ocean kayaks and boogie boards are also available to get a glimpse of the tropical fish and Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles swimming offshore. In winter months, Polo Beach is a prime spot to see 40-ton humpback whales breaching, tail slapping and peduncle throwing, right off the coast. For a day of sun, beach activities and chaise lounges, Polo Beach is Maui’s premiere spot for island visitors.

The Royal Hawaiian, a Luxury Collection Resort

Waikiki Beach

The Pink Palace of the Pacific that made Waikiki famous

The Royal Hawaiian, a Luxury Collection’s Royal Beach Club offers privately set cabanas to provide yet another exquisite opportunity to explore individual decadence from the exclusive concierge service, to the luxurious appointments, light tasting menu and the unparalleled views of the waters of Waikiki Beach. The Royal Beach Club Chaise Lounge reservation system provides guests the ability to select and reserve their preferred chaise lounges prior to their arrival and ensure reserved seating for the duration of the day. Chaises are available for rent at $40/day and include the following: two chaise lounges, one umbrella, one table, beach boy service, spritz and sun care services, pre-reservation and selection, full day usage.

The St Regis Princeville Resort

Princeville

Luxury golf resort with breathtaking views

Hawaii is a place of rarified beauty. Kauai is an island of natural grandeur even rarer still. And on its verdant northern coast, on a broad promontory commanding one of the Pacific’s most indelible vistas, the St. Regis Princeville Resort is poised to become one of the most exclusive destinations on Earth. Drawing inspiration from the most luxuriant of the Hawaiian Islands, the resort is a monument to its setting. Guests of the St. Regis Princeville Resort reside in a bastion of tropical sophistication, surrounded by the stunning and soft sand beach fronting the incredible waters of Hanalei Bay and an array of activities as thrillingly diverse as the island itself. Situated on one of the world's most beautiful sites, this new Kauai resort overlooks Hanalei Bay and the emerald Napali Coast. Ancient sea caves, lagoons, a wildlife refuge, and mountains surround the resort while the stunning, soft sand beach fronts the incredible waters of Hanalei Bay. Protected by the Anini reef, the waters of the St. Regis remain calm and sheltered year round. These waters provide our guests with amazing snorkeling opportunities without leaving the resort. Relax on a complimentary chaise lounge or choose a more exclusive option with our Beach Side Cabana's.

Grand Wailea, A Waldorf Astoria Collection

Wailea

Lavish resort with renowned spa, pools, and suites

Just steps away from the Grand Wailea is Wailea Beach, rated one of the best beaches on Maui and one of the top beaches in the world. Snorkel with green sea turtles. Kayak or stand-up paddleboard in Maui’s warm waters. Or simply rent a cabana and watch a perfect Wailea Beach sunset.

The Fairmont Orchid Hawaii

Kohala Coast

Luxury sanctuary on the sun-drenched Kohala Coast with white-sand beach and snorkeling

The Big Island has more coastline than any other Hawaiian island. Snorkelers and scuba divers love the clear, pristine waters and amazing variety of colorful reef fish and turtles. Fishermen love the deep-sea fishing off of Kailua-Kona. Whale-watchers love our wintertime humpback visitors.

Sheraton Kauai Resort

Poipu

Poipu Beach resort with two pools, snorkeling

The crescent-shaped, white-sand Po’ipu Beach fronting Sheraton Kauai Resort has long been a favorite of Kaua‘i residents for its sunny weather and crystalline ocean waters. Often ranked among the world’s best beaches, ocean conditions are mild most of the year, making this a popular beach for swimming, snorkeling, boogie boarding and surfing. The resort’s most frequent return guest, Kimo, is an endangered Hawaiian monk seal who stops to rest and sunbathe on the beach almost weekly. From December through April, whale watching is great from the beach and even better from the oceanfront rooms as humpback whales spout, breach and frolic right in front of the resort.

The oceanfront fun continues as families connect with Kauai’s rich history and culture through song, dance and traditional culinary treats at Sheraton Kauai’s ‘Auli‘i Lu‘au, Kauai’s only beachfront lu’au with views of the blue Pacific and the bright-orange sunset as its stunning backdrop.

Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa

Ka'anapali

Relaxing Hawaiian resort on Ka'anapali Beach

Legend tells us the last chief of Maui, Kahekili (Thunderer), proved his spiritual strength by leaping from sacred Pu’u Keka’a (Black Rock) to the Pacific. Each evening with sunset painting the sky, a young cliff diver honors his heritage each evening by re-tracing footsteps in the sand on beautiful Ka’anapali Beach. A chant of old Hawai'i begins the progression of our warrior; the echo of the conch shell announces his arrival. He leaves a trail of glowing torches surrounding the lagoon as he makes his way to Black Rock. Upon reaching the summit, he offers his torch to the ocean below, casts his flower lei into the sea; and finally takes the breathtaking dive from Black Rock into the rolling surf below.

During the day, you will be dazzled with the incredible marine life that calls Ka’anapali Beach and Black Rock home. From endangered Hawaiian sea turtles to brilliantly colored tropical fish, this pacific oasis is just steps from your room at the beautiful Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa.

Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa at Keauhou Bay

Keauhou

Famed beachfront getaway, popular with celebrities

Perhaps no resort in Hawaii brings such awe to visitors as Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa at Keauhou Bay. The resort is uniquely perched at the shoreline in dramatic fashion atop stunning black lava rock cliffs. The vast Pacific Ocean fronts the resort’s 22-acres and Keauhou Bay hugs the resort’s northern edge. Add to this the immense Manta Ray Super Slide and Pool within the resort’s atrium interior and meandering ocean side exterior and Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa is ideally situated to offer guests an array of on-property and nearby water-based activities to fill every visitor’s day.

Within walking distance of the resort’s main entrance is bustling Keauhou Bay marina. Adjacent to the bay’s small sandy beach, snorkel and dive cruises, kayaks, stand-up paddleboarders, and nighttime Manta Ray adventures depart. Hop aboard the Keauhou Trolley and within minutes, you’re gazing at honu (green sea turtles) and colorful tropical fish while snorkeling at nearby Kahaluu Beach Park.

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