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Where to stay in Hawaii

Exploring Hawaii

Looking to the tropical paradise of the U.S. for a trip? Our site can help in finding accommodation in Hawaii, no matter your preferences. Hawaii is a location associated with natural beauty, and being home to several volcanic islands, it is quite a literal ‘hotspot’ for tourists worldwide.

Visitors seeking a dreamy island getaway to immerse themselves in couldn’t find a better place. Nature lovers can enjoy scenic parks and great hiking trails in Maui, while city dwellers can enjoy bustling the nightlife and delicious eats found at several restaurants in Honolulu.

Things to see

In Maui, a unique sight for any visitor is Haleakala National Park, where one can find a stunning volcanic crater, landscape similar to the moon and a diverse collection of endangered plant species all in one spot. Since the park extends from the volcanic crater down to sea level, you can actually see the landscape change as it gets closer to the sea. The park is also known for having spectacular sunrises at the volcanic summit.

History buffs can will enjoy perhaps one of the most well-known landmarks as a result of the Second World War, Pearl Harbor in Honolulu. This is the very place that got America involved in the war full on. There visitors can visit five historic sites honouring the events that took place during the war. Once such site is the USS Arizona Memorial, a floating structure built over the sunken hull of the battleship. This is the final resting place for 1,177 crewmen that were aboard the battleship.

Hotels in Hawaii

Use our site to keep your accommodation hunting quick, efficient and fruitful. As a tourist hotspot, there is an abundance of hotels in Hawaii, as well as several other options. The budget hotels here provide clean and comfortable rooms but if you’re looking for luxury, then try the more decadent establishments in Kapalua of Maui. Here the resorts feature huge villas with enough space for a swimming pool, barbeque pavilion and parking at every unit. To get around, renting a car is highly recommended within the island but for inter-city travel, it’s either a plane or chartered boat.

Where to stay

If you don’t mind spending on luxury and comfort, give Kapalua a shot. It’s on the west coast of Maui and home to excellent resorts and home to pristine bays and beaches. Visit Kapalua Resort to view a natural wonderland of beauty and history. Here you can find lush valleys, scenic peaks, lava rock formation, picturesque bays and the list goes on. There are also several eateries serving local food, some casual and others award-winning restaurants.

The Waikiki region of Honolulu is the absolute hotspot if you like great convenience and the city atmosphere created by block after block of high-rise hotels. Everything here is within walking distance, including the white sanded beaches and the Waikiki Aquarium, featuring hundreds of species and an outdoor exhibit that contains Hawaiian monk seals.

How to get to Hawaii

If you’re flying in from U.S. mainland, you won’t be required to show your passport as it is still considered domestic travel. International flights usually use the airport in Honolulu, then visitors can take domestic flights for inter-island travel. An alternate method of getting into Hawaii is by taking a cruise that includes Hawaii as one of their designated routes.

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