Looking for the best honeymoon resorts in Hawaii? The Hawaiian Islands are a top honeymoon destination for good reason: the beaches are lined with palm trees and are beautiful, with white-coated foamy waves that attract surfers from all over the world. The attitude is relaxed and laid-back in a way that appeals to vacationers as they strive to shake off their daily lives and simply relax.The delicious food includes everything from tuna fish to macadamia nut crusted fish, shaved ice topped with tropical fruit and macadamia nut pancakes with coconut syrup.
And you can’t go on your honeymoon in Hawaii without visiting a luau, where hula dancers show you moves you’ve never seen before and traditional dishes, like underground cooked pork and a coconut milk pudding called haupia, will remind you forever this time.In Honolulu, you’ll also find crazy shops: Chanel, Gucci and Saint Laurent have outposts on Waikiki.
Hotels are more important than restaurants and shops, and even adventure activities like canoeing and surfing lessons.These islands are dotted with world-class resorts. You’ll find sexy pools, stunning spas and rooms worthy of distracting you from the beaches (at least for a while).
We’ve put together the 14 best Hawaiian honeymoon resorts on Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Lanai and the island of Hawai. If you’re planning a trip to paradise, you’ll definitely want to consider these award-winning hotels!
14 Best Romantic Resorts in Hawaii
1.Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea ⭐⭐⭐
Fresh from a multi-million dollar renovation, this 383-room pillar on Maui’s popular southwest coast has renovated rooms, Missoni-decorated pool cabins, secluded oceanfront solariums and unforgettable experiences (like a private chef’s dinner by the Serenity Pool for adults only).Also not to be missed: the instructional couples massage.
2.Four Seasons Resort Lana’i ⭐⭐⭐⭐
If you’re looking for total isolation, head to the Four Seasons Resort Lanai. As one of only two resorts on the island owned by Oracle billionaire Larry Ellison, you’ll get the full private island experience and many honeymoon-worthy amenities.These include five restaurants, including the outposts of the ever-lively Nobu Farm and Malibu, a Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course, ocean-inspired treatments at Hawanawana Spa and an adults-only pool surrounded by palm trees and plumeria.
At sunset, stroll through the water to see Sweetheart Rock, the place where Hawaii’s ancient Romeo and Juliet promised their eternal love.
3.Princeville Resort ⭐⭐⭐⭐
There is no shortage of perfect views of Kauai’s north shore in St. Regis Princeville. Our favorite: a view of the ocean and the green peaks of the surrounding gardens, as seen from under the kiawe tree at sunset, preferably cocktail in hand.
4.Four Seasons Resort Hualalai ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Instant moments abound on the island of Hawaii, from the black or green sand beaches to the natural hot springs north of Hilo and the lava spewing Kilauea Caldrea within Volcano National Park.Do you want an authentic Hawaiian experience? Book a hula lesson or lei-making. Would you rather relax in the sun? Hang out on the beach or choose from six stunning pools.
5.Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
Wailea Maui’s coast is filled with some of Hawaii’s best resorts.At Andaz, a stylish and modern option for honeymooners, you can take a paddleboat out into the calm waters early in the morning, lie on the beach in the afternoon and dine at a Morimoto restaurant in the evening.
6The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
This sprawling resort may have 463 rooms and suites, but it’s located on 54 acres of lush land, including the Honokahua preservation site, one of Hawaii’s largest nature reserves, so don’t expect to feel like you’re in a crowded theme park.Newlyweds love the secluded beach, which has strong ocean currents (fast dives recommended) but also discreet burgers when it’s time to enjoy (you’ve earned it!And speaking of indulgences, Ritz-Carlton is known for its top-notch spa programs, so be sure to book a couples’ massage in a private cabin: treatments incorporate local plants, flowers and fruits and herbs grown in the resort’s organic garden.
7.Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
If you’re the kind of newlywed who wants great resort amenities, but also exclusivity and privacy, book a room at this Wailea hotel suite and get a secluded lanai (balcony), private pool and grill.Ask the concierge to fill your fridge with super-fresh ingredients and put the new centers to work.
8.Montage Kapalua Bay ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Luxury abounds at this residential-style Kapalua Bay hotel, from the award-winning golf course to complimentary guided walks, multiple infinity pools and horseback riding trails through the pineapple fields and along Maui’s west coast.Also not to be missed: a tour of the local brewery and winery (beer for him, wine for you) and the most romantic private dinner ever created at Kapalua’s Cliff House, a former plantation house built in 1940 overlooking the ocean.
There’s a reason why Halekulani, which means “House Worthy of Heaven” in Hawaiian, has been an Oahu institution for nearly 100 years. Some of our favorite reasons: the elegant white-on-white décor, the views of Diamond Head, the first-class service and the ingenious spa programs.Expect to feel like you’ve died and gone to Hawaiian honeymoon heaven when you step into your suite overlooking Waikiki Beach or dine on Hawaiian seafood with a French twist at La Mer or sip cocktails under the romantic Kiawe tree at the keyless House restaurant.
10.Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina ⭐⭐⭐⭐
This newcomer to Oahu’s less traveled west coast (in a land once inhabited by Hawaiian royalty) has a different atmosphere than the rest of the island.It’s close enough to Honolulu that you can experience the hustle and bustle of downtown, but also escape it and relax on a secluded beach. If you do, it will feel like a trip back in time, even though there are modern and luxurious resorts.Ko Olina makes the most of the amenities: five restaurants, kanoe tours, an adults-only pool with butler service cabins, extra-large rooms (80 percent have an ocean view) and a two-bedroom penthouse suite for $17,000 per night.
11.Koa Kea Hotel & Resort ⭐⭐⭐
On an island ruled by mega resorts, this elegant sanctuary in Poipu stands out for its discreet style and size.(The 121 mod rooms here have a private lanai.) The locals love the place too: you can see some very relaxed monk seals sunbathing on the golden sands of the hotel.
12.Hotel Wailea ⭐⭐⭐⭐
This award-winning boutique hotel in a former private club has only 72 suites, and after a $15 million renovation, the decadent atmosphere is still very exclusive, from the cottage-lined pool to the apothecary style bar.
13.Holualoa Inn ⭐⭐⭐⭐
This elegant plantation house in the Kona mountains offers a variety of accommodations, from rooms to suites and cabins, in an elegant fusion of Polynesian and Southeast Asian décor.The establishment includes a mosaic pool and a whirlpool bath overlooking the Pacific. The farm grows thousands of coffees, nuts and fruits, all of which become part of the daily gourmet breakfast. An intimate experience with first class service. Within walking distance of art galleries, coffee farms, local fruit stands and a short drive from the coast.
14.Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Located on the sunny side of the island, the well-kept grounds and royal palms of this resort feature endless photos during your honeymoon in Hawaii.