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.
Seasoned guidance for a wide range of Big Island adventures. Walking distance to downtown Hilo. Clean quiet & reasonable. All rooms with kitchens. Free WiFi Internet available. Rated nicest small hotel in Hilo.
Hale Ho'omana spa retreat and guesthouse is an intimate and exclusive get-away located on the slopes of Maui's pristine Mt Haleakala and tucked amidst serene eucalyptus forest. Owned and operated by a native Hawaiian family we provide a unique vacation retreat where you can enjoy the pleasures of a Maui escape while ...
Nothing in the world can compare
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.
Kauai Beach Resort is a beautiful Hawaiian plantation-style resort situated oceanfront on 25 lush acres of Kauai's longest exploring and strolling beach. This hotel features stylish vintage accommodations with modern day amenities and Hawaiian ambience and is conveniently located close to the airport, shopping, ...
Castle at Princeville is set amid the beauty of Kauai's North Shore with scenic mountains streaming with waterfalls and spectacular views of Hanalei Bay. The resort offers a wide variety of moderate condominium units in three complexes. Each spacious suite features spectacular views overlooking Princeville's famous golf ...
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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