For people experiencing their first taste of winter right about now, a Hawaii vacation might sound really good. And what might sound even better is that cheap Hawaii hotels can make a trip really affordable.
ResortQuest Waikiki Beach is offering 20% off regular rates for travel through 2009 in you book by February 28. This four-star Honolulu hotel also provides complimentary "breakfast on the beach." Guests who’ve stayed at the property rate it a 4.5 out of 5 and rave about its beach location that’s easy walking distance to shopping and restaurants.
Or, for a Hawaii vacation far from the activity of Waikiki Beach, you may want to visit Kauai. This oldest of the Hawaiian Islands is known for its lush tropical foliage and spectacular scenery. ResortQuest Kauai Beach Hotel has a day spa and an award-winning on-site luau, and if you travel by March 31, 2009, you can take advantage of 35% savings.
ResortQuest Shores at Waikoloa, on Hawaii’s Big Island, is a good choice for family vacations, and guests who’ve stayed at the property rate it a 4.8 out of 5. This condominium development features spacious accommodations with kitchens, and it’s close to shopping, restaurants and golf. If you book your 2009 Hawaii vacation by February 28, you can save 30% off regular rates.
Cheap flights from Seattle to Honolulu start at just $331 roundtrip. You may want to stay at one of the Honolulu hotels along the famous Waikiki Beach. There are plenty of interesting, and cheap ways to enjoy the island of Oahu. A visit to the USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor is free, and you can hike (or drive) to the top of Diamond Head Crater for just $1 per person or $5 per car.
Travel from Salt Lake City to Maui from $585 roundtrip and stay at one of the popular Maui hotels along Kaanapali Beach or the Wailea coast. Maui is home to some of the world’s most beautiful beaches, and, from November through April, some 3,000 humpback whales. For an unforgettable drive, book a cheap car rental and head to Hana. This is one of those instances (maybe the only one) where your travel really is about the journey, not the destination. While Hana itself doesn’t have much to see, the drive there is famous for its hairpin curves, dramatic coastal views and spectacular waterfalls.