If visiting Hawaii is on your bucket list, you know that planning can be overwhelming and costs can be high. Historic landmarks, beautiful beaches, and rich culture offer travelers endless itineraries. Here are five nice hotels in Hawaii that can help take the sting out of the costs when planning your Hawaiian holiday!
Reasonable Rates in Kona
The Kona Seaside Hotel, although not directly on the beach, is an easy walk to the water as well as other attractions. The rooms are bright, with each one offering a private balcony. A large pool is the perfect spot to relax and soak up the sun. Each room offers a coffee maker, refrigerator, free Wi-Fi, and flat-screen TV, and start at $110 per night. This makes it one of the most reasonable hotels in the Kailua/Kona region.
The Maui Beach Hotel has a variety of standard rooms as well as beautiful oceanfront suites. All rooms include free internet access and refrigerators, with some offering private balconies. Oceanfront suites all include a separate shower and tub, coffee maker and wet bar. Popular attractions in the area include the tropical hiking trails of Maui, golf in the shadows of a volcano, kayaking, and diving adventures. Free shuttle service makes getting around the area easy. Rates starting at $98 per night make this one of the most affordable hotels in the area.
Stay in the Heart of Waikiki
Located in the center of Waikiki, the Maile Sky Court offers a huge welcome and an array of amenities. A daily convenience fee of $10 per room allows you to enjoy many services, such as the Waikiki Shuttle, without incurring extra charges. Waikiki Beach is a short walk away and the Waikiki Beach Walk offers a wide range of shops and restaurants. The nearby Honolulu Zoo is a must-see for visitors. Rates start at $230 per night, and the hotel offers several packages and discounts.
Relax On Your Own Private Lanai
You can be close to the beach and not pay sky-high prices at the Aqua Waikiki Wave Hotel. The location is perfect for beach and shopping lovers. The hotel does not offer typical balconies; instead, the rooms at the Aqua Waikiki Wave offer furnished lanais where you can sip a cocktail kept cold in your in-room refrigerator. If you prefer to spend your day at the pool and not venture out, there is shopping on-site, including some food items. The Big Kahuna tiki bar offers pizza, burgers, salads, appetizers and cocktails. Rooms start at $200 per night.
Rooms at the Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki offer robes and slippers, room service and in-room massage. Relax away your stress in a spa treatment room, learn Tai Chi in the fitness center and finish the afternoon with a dip in the pool. Oceanfront rooms start at $309 per night, which is considered reasonable for the location and amenities offered. The hotel offers easy access to all Honolulu’s most popular attractions, from Aloha Tower Marketplace to Pearl Harbor. A perfect location for the business or vacation traveler, the Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki is a luxury resort just minutes from all that Waikiki has to offer and a short drive from Honolulu International Airport.
This is a sponsored post. I have been compensated for publication.