Vacation Villas by Gina has eight ocean front 3-bedroom luxury villas, four ocean front studio villas and one ocean front 4-bedroom villa in the luxurious Ocean Villas development at the Turtle Bay Resort on Oahu, Hawaii. They are all beach front properties with dramatic ocean views and pool views.
Hotel Coral Reef built in 1956 is known to be the islands original boutique hotel. Located in the historical town of Kapaa featuring a variety of local shops and restaurants for any visitor to enjoy. Experience our newly renovated oceanfront guest rooms approximately 50 feet from the waters edge with direct ocean views. ...
With spacious one- and two-bedroom accommodations, Kauai Resort at the Beachboy is the perfect resort for small group travel to Hawaii. We’re centrally located on the Island, great for getting together with a few other couples, your far-flung family and friends for important Kauai events and happenings.
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to Destination Resorts Hawaii's cherished spirit of aloha and the fragrance of lei. Hear our stories, through chant and hula. See a spectacular sunrise atop Haleakala, float or splash in crystal turquoise waters and walk among lush waterfalls.
Aloha Hale Orchids (pronounced hah-leh, translation "house" in Hawaiian) is a newly renovated, one bedroom house fully furnished nestled among our orchid greenhouses located above the town of Kapaa on the eastern side of Kauai, Hawaii. Located near popular beaches and mountain views.
Nestled above shimmering Honokeana Bay, Napili Point Resort is a 115 unit low rise condominium where every condo has an incredible ocean view. In the distance, the islands of Moloka’i and Lana’i rise from the warm waters of the blue Pacific, silhouetting spectacular legendary Maui sunsets. Relax at one of our two ...
Hawaii wedding hotels, inns and bed and breakfasts
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While the Big Island doesn’t traditionally pick up the same amount of tourist interest as some of Hawaii’s other destinations, the state’s namesake is still qualified – in our opinion – to call itself paradise. read more