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With beautiful beaches, active volcanoes and warm weather, paradise may sound pricey, but that needn't be the case. From the cosmopolitan Honolulu to the sun rises over Mount Haleakala, let CheapTickets lead you to the land of aloha. Hike Diamond Head, drink Mai Tais at sunset and kayak the Kealakekua Bay. Whether it's your first trip or an annual pilgrimage, the ultimate Hawaii vacation is only a click away.

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Pacific Beach Hotel

3 stars
3.9 / 5 114 reviews
The Pacific Beach Hotel in Honolulu is a modern high-rise hotel located across the street from Waikiki Beach. This hotel features family-friendly guest rooms, all with beautiful beachfront views, and is famed for its one-of-a-kind 280,000-gallon indoor Oceanarium, where guests can observe 400 fish and 70 different types of marine life, which are commonly found in and around Waikiki. The hotel is also located on Queen Lili'uokalani Trust land, making it an important part of Hawaiian heritage. Friendly staff members are available to book your stay, and to help with concierge services. HighlightsThe Pacific Beach Hotel is home to the Premiere Polynesian Dinner Show, which is held on select nights throughout the week. Visitors can catch a few rays out on the sundeck, or soak it up at the hotel pool. Two clay tennis courts and three golf practice cages are available for reservation, and a 24/7 on-site fitness room is open for guests to keep up with exercise routines during their travels. Two restaurants are located at the Pacific Beach Hotel. The Oceanarium Restaurant offers amazing views and a themed buffet, which highlights delectable cuisine from both land and sea. The Aloha Center Café is perfect for a quick bite to eat, a smoothie or a hot cup of coffee. Massages and additional services can be taken advantage of at Laule'a Spa.  Search ResultStay at the Pacific Beach Hotel in Honolulu
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Royal Lahaina Resort

4 stars
4.0 / 5 138 reviews
The Royal Lahaina Resort is a family-owned complex of traditional tower hotel rooms and plantation-style beach huts beneath swaying coconut palms. Thanks to the lush 27-acre property size, there's nothing to interfere with views of those mesmerizing ocean waves and neighboring island Molokai, as you snooze in a wicker chair by the sea. Golf enthusiasts have access to two 18-hole championship courses at the Kaanapali Golf Resort, while nature-lovers will be thrilled with many whale-watching opportunities. At night, guests can indulge in Hawaiian history by joining in with a traditional "Myths of Maui" luau, and let the sound of Polynesian drums, the dazzle of colored costumes, and the intense fire knife dance initiate them into island life. LocationLocated on the tip of the renowned Kaanapali Beach, up the coast from Maui resort Lahaina and less than five miles from Kapalua West Maui Airport (JHM), the Royal Lahaina is down-shore from the more rowdy boardwalk scene, but only a 15-minute stroll from the restaurants and shopping of Whaler’s Village. The hotel is also just north of Black Rock, a large lava formation which serves as a local landmark for cliff-diving and snorkeling fans. Highlights350 guestrooms (97 cottage rooms, 236 tower rooms, 17 suites)11 event spaces3 outdoor pools and Jacuzzi11 tennis courtsBocce ball and shuffleboard courtsLimited free Wi-FiSnorkelingValet parkingGift shop3 restaurants: Royal Ocean Terrace Restaurant & Lounge, Don the Beachcomber, The Royal Scoop (ice cream parlor)2 barsRoom serviceMassage available FeesThe property is undergoing exterior painting project until 20 Dec 2015. Some disturbances are expected during this period. PoliciesTo book the most secluded getaway, choose the Royal Beach House, which provides exclusive beach access, plus a private pool and hot tub. For active types, fantastic snorkeling is available in Table Reef, near the front of Kahekili Beach Park. Search ResultRoyal Lahaina Resort, Maui
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The Westin Maui Resort and Spa

4 stars
4.1 / 5 106 reviews
Start your day by sipping coffee while you enjoy views of the Pacific Ocean or the mountains from the lanai of your suite at The Westin Maui Resort and Spa in Lahaina, Hawaii. Spend the morning in the hotel's shops to buy pearl jewelry at Nalu Pearl, pineapples at Pineapple Mike and swimwear at Ocean Commotion. Put on your new bathing suit for an afternoon at one of the three pools at the Westin. Drinks and snacks are served at the Beach Bar on the Oahu pool deck. HighlightsYou can end a relaxing day at the Westin eating fresh fish at Relish Oceanside while you enjoy an ocean view. If you want to have breakfast with a view, have a continental breakfast at the Colonnade Café while you watch the birds in the resort's wildlife ponds. Enjoy lunch at Relish Burger Bistro and snacks at Sea Dogs. Feast on Hawaiian cuisine next to Ka'anapali Beach while you watch Hawaiian dancers at a luau. You can order room service if you want to eat on your lanai. Restaurants less than a quarter of a mile from the hotel include the Hula Grill Kaanapali and Leilani's on the Beach. Work out in the fitness studio and then treat yourself to a massage in the hotel's spa to unwind and relax after a long day.  Search ResultStay at The Westin Maui Resort and Spa in Lahaina, Hawaii
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Sugar Beach - Maui Condo & Home

3 stars
4.1 / 5 12 reviews
Centrally located, Sugar Beach Resort rests on Maalaea Bay, on the states longest stretch of uninterrupted shore. Sugar Beach, named for its fine white sand, is a six-mile long beach excellent for swimming, snorkeling, windsurfing, kayaking, canoe paddling or for just relaxing. Gaze at the spectacular sunsets, watch for whales, or swim with green sea turtles"the opportunities are limitless. Tropically furnished units have full kitchens, cable TV, telephone, in-room washer/dryers and private lanais to relax and enjoy Kiheis gentle trade wind breeze. After a day of fun in the sun, return to Sugar Beach Resort to enjoy the oceanfront swimming pool, whirlpool spa and sundeck. The resort has a barbecue area and dining tables with a full ocean view, an activities center, an on-site convenience store and a Deli with a bar. There is so much to see and do on the island, having a quiet and inviting place to lay your head each night is vital to a vacation in paradise. Kihei is located about 20 minutes from Kahului airport and about 30- 45 minutes from Lahaina. South Maui has, arguably, the best beaches on Maui. The golden sand and crystal clear water is a top pick for those who want to experience true paradise. Among some of Kiheis most popular beaches are Kamaole Beach Park I, II and III, which are great for swimming and families. These beaches are also the best place to sit back and watch the Maui Sun drop behind the Pacific Ocean for a perfect Maui sunset. Kihei has many options for shopping from groceries to clothing to souvenirs. There are three grocery stores located in central Kihei. Please be advised the Sugar Beach Resort will undergo Pool maintenance work and walkway work to the ground floor sidewalks. The entire Pool, Jacuzzi and Spa area will be closed from Monday, September 15, 2014 to Monday, September 22, 2014, due to the pool deck being refinished. There will be some intermittent noise caused by sanding during this repair. During the closure no guest is allowed in the entire pool deck area for safety reasons. Guests however will have full beach access. The ground floor walkways repair is from Monday, September 22, 2014 to Monday, October 6, 2014. The work scheduled will include minimal noise level and disruption. There may be limited access in and out of the units on the ground floor.
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Royal Kona Resort

3 stars
3.9 / 5 94 reviews
KONA'S BEST LOCATION - With a dramatic oceanfront setting overlooking picturesque Kailua Bay, the Royal Kona Resort offers great value and is conveniently located within walking distance to the village of Kailua-Kona with its many fine restaurants, shops, historical sites, and activities. Ideally situated on 12 acres of tropical gardens on a lava promontory, the Royal Kona Resort is surrounded on three sides by the crystal clear waters of the blue Pacific. The resort is comprised of three guestroom towers, and all guestrooms in the Alii and Lagoon Towers were completely remodeled in 2006, offering guests a fresh, new, contemporary decor. The resort's Bay Tower offers travelers a choice of comfortable, value-priced guestrooms which were refurbished in 2001. Each of the resort's spacious guestrooms feature large outdoor lanai's on which guests can enjoy the tranquility, and take pleasure in beautiful mountain vistas or gaze out across the magnificent Pacific Ocean. A relaxing open-air lobby and surrounding tropical salt-water fishpond lead out to an expansive oceanfront sundeck and split-level freshwater swimming pool which is impressively perched on a lava flow directly above the ocean. The resort also features a private sandy beach cove and sheltered salt-water swimming lagoon which is perfect for snorkeling. Other resort amenities include four Tennis Courts available for day or evening play, rejuvenating massage and spa treatments at the resort's Lotus Center, complete hair, nail and skin care salon services, and great on-property shopping. Island specialists are available at the resort's Activity Desk to assist guests in booking tours and to recommend other island attractions, and specialists are also available on-property to assist couples with destination weddings and vow renewal ceremonies. Kona's very best dining experience is showcased in a truly world-class ocean-side setting at the Royal Kona Resort's award-winning Don The Beachcomber restaurant. And guests will find live entertainment, light meals and a variety of tropical beverages, including the Original Mai Tai, at Don's Mai Tai Bar. With its open-air setting, right on the water's edge, Don's is the perfect spot to enjoy the sights and sounds of all of the activity taking place on Kailua Bay, and a great place to catch a breathtaking Kona sunset. Several nights a week, the resort also presents Kona's only oceanfront Luau, the "Lava Legends and Legacies Polynesian Luau", amidst a lovely oceanfront Coconut Grove. For a great location in the heart of Kailua-Kona, gracious Hawaiian hospitality and service, and the Big Islands best value, the Royal Kona Resort is an excellent choice. We have been advised that the freshwater pool at the Royal Kona Resort will require repairs and these have been scheduled from April 1 through April 7, 2015. During this period the freshwater pool at the Royal Kona Resort will be closed for guest use. The oceanfront sheltered saltwater lagoon will be open and available for guest use throughout this period. Arrangements have also been made for guests to enjoy access to freshwater pool area at the neighboring Kona Reef during this time period. Royal Kona Resort is a 100% non-smoking hotel.
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Departure Arrival Travel dates Round-trip
Portland Honolulu Wed, Sep 23 - Tue, Sep 29 $398
Kona (Big Island of Hawaii) Maui (Island of Maui) Mon, Oct 19 - Wed, Oct 21 $150
Honolulu Lihue (Island of Kauai) Wed, Sep 16 - Wed, Sep 23 $180
Maui (Island of Maui) Kona (Big Island of Hawaii) Sat, Nov 14 - Sat, Nov 21 $150
Honolulu Hilo (Big Island of Hawaii) Mon, Aug 31 - Tue, Sep 1 $189
Honolulu Kapalua Tue, Aug 11 - Sat, Aug 15 $158
Honolulu Hoolehua Fri, Oct 16 - Mon, Nov 2 $132
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  • Best Time to Go

    Hawaii’s archipelago is thriving with good weather the whole year round. Mauna Kea of Hawaii Island features excellent skiing conditions during the winter months. The best months for Hawaii vacations in terms of minimal wallet damage, smaller crowds and good weather, are May and September. You will be able to enjoy the best of the sea while island hopping through Hawaii’s six islands tailored for travelers: Maui, Oahu, Hawaii Island, Lanai, Molokai and Kauai.

  • Ala Moana Hotel

    Check out Ala Moana Hotel, nestled between Honolulu and Waikiki beach and home to Rumors nightclub and just a short walk away from the Ala Moana Beach Park.

  • Appetizers

    Enjoy the local appetizers such as the Loco Moco, hamburger steak served with rice and egg, at the Café 100 on Hilo on the Big Island.

  • Queen Kaahumanu

    Choose between the Queen Kaahumanu Center or visit the local shopping options at Paia Town in Maui.

  • Ancient Petroglyph

    Ancient petroglyph drawings are found on boulders and ancient lava flows near Lanai’s Shipwreck Beach.

  • Na Pali Coast

    The Na Pali coast in Kauai prides itself as the spot for Jurassic Park & King Kong movie shoots, and is heralded as the most breathtaking shoreline around the world.

  • Hawaii highlights
  • Waikiki and Honolulu (Oahu)

    The starting, stopping and staying points of many Hawaii vacations, Waikiki and Honolulu have been shaped with tourism in mind. Hula dancers, beaches and ukuleles abound, but you'll also find plenty of cheap eateries, hotels and shopping, too. Trek up to Diamond Head Crater for gorgeous views in the Pacific, and bring the little ones to the Hawaii Children's Discovery Center to enjoy hands-on exhibits and educational activities.

  • Pu'uhonua o Honaunau (Oahu)

    A sanctuary for Hawaiians of old, this historic park offers serene spots to stroll on your Hawaii travels. View ancient temples, wooden ki'I, tidepools, turtles and more. Admission prices are a modest $5 per vehicle, or $3 per person when entering on foot or bike, and free for kids 15 and younger.

  • Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (Big Island)

    See the awesome power of nature at this unforgettable site where hiking opportunities are second to none. Kilauea is the world's most active volcano, constantly sending streams of molten lava into the sea. Entrance fees cost just $10 per vehicle or $5 for individuals. Get there before 9 a.m. to enhance the experience with a ranger-led program.

  • Waimea Canyon (Kauai)

    Over 10 miles long and up to 3500 feet deep, this craggy chasm of long-dried lava is the place for photo-opportunities. Stay up top for extraordinary vistas or hike through the canyon floor alongside the Waimea River to witness natural history in action.

  • Haleakala National Park (Maui)

    Discover why Mark Twain claimed sunrise on Mount Haleakala sublime. You have to start your trek early (about 3 a.m.), but the dawning views from the summit make it oh-so worth it. On the way you'll experience unique wildlife, volcanic landscapes and seriously soulful terrain. A three-day entry pass is $10 per vehicle or $5 for individuals, making it a budget must on your Hawaii travels.

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