Hawaii is renowned for being one of the world’s most beautiful places to visit.
Whether you plan on going as a solo traveller, with a group of friends, for a family holiday or romantic couple’s getaway, Hawaii has something to offer for everyone. Hawaii is made up of eight main islands, all of which are unique in their own way, the most popular being Hawaii Island, Oahu, and Maui. Despite having a winter season, for holidaymakers, it is summer all year round. The temperature never goes below 24 degrees no matter what time of the year you may want to visit. It is easy to see why Hawaii is renowned for being one of the world’s most beautiful places to visit.
Hawaii has a stunning coastline and is famous for its white sand beaches. Surrounded by an endless ocean, the Hawaiian Islands offer world-class surfing, whale watching, scuba diving, snorkelling, fishing, paddle boarding all year round. It is bursting with breath-taking landscapes and gorgeous scenery with numerous active volcanoes. The islands are well known hiking destinations with a selection of spots to suit everyone, from pleasant nature treks to rugged volcano climbs.
The islands are known for their amazing selection of food. Hawaiian cuisine is a unique range of traditional and regional food on account of the Native Hawaiians, a multi-ethnic population. Nothing tells the story of arrival, intermingling and reinvention of cultural traditions on the islands as deliciously as the variety of cuisines that make Hawaii a foodie wonderland. In addition to this culturally diverse backdrop, there is a lot of local ingredients and produce including many fish and plants that are unlikely to be found anywhere else in the world. There are farmers markets in the towns selling local produce that are just waiting to be explored by tourists.
The people of Hawaii really shape a visitor’s experience. Native Hawaiians are known for the warm smile on their faces, friendly attitude and welcoming you with open arms. This is often referred to as the Aloha Spirit. The people of Hawaii have a deep appreciation for their culture and natives are often more than happy to share their knowledge and stories about their land with visitors. You will most certainly feel the aloha spirit. There is no Pacific paradise quite like Hawaii.
Our Top Hotel Recommendations:
The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Waikiki Beach, Honolulu, Oahu.
Located at the gateway to Waikiki Beach and adjacent to the world-class shops of Luxury Row, The Ritz-Carlton Residences provide a private, exclusive experience set back from the busyness of the middle of Waikiki. Rooms and suites at this Waikiki Beach hotel blend the amenities of a residence with the services of a luxury resort. Available with up to four bedrooms, accommodations feature ocean views, balconies, floor-to-ceiling windows, gourmet kitchens, living spaces and bathrooms with deep soaking tubs. Resort amenities include a full-service spa, fitness center, Waikiki’s two highest infinity pools and five extraordinary dining experiences including Sushi Sho, an acclaimed sushi restaurant led by a legendary master. Please inquire with our luxury travel advisors for additional terms and conditions and exclusive amenities when booking with FROSCH Ireland.
Wailea Beach Resort – Marriott, Maui
Perfectly placed within steps of the ocean, Wailea Beach Resort – Marriott, Maui offers scenic luxury in a stunning travel destination. Experience stylish comfort along the water’s edge in beautifully appointed, family-friendly hotel rooms with ocean-inspired décor. Elevate your experience with 4-star amenities like a modern fitness center, championship-level golf courses and a tranquil spa. Ignite your senses with diverse dining options, private floating cabanas and a vibrant luau show. Refresh in the sparkling waters of five pools, featuring the longest hotel water slide in all of Hawaii. Punctuate your day with a relaxing evening on your large balcony or oversized lanai, and enjoy stunning views, including vibrant Maui sunsets and an occasional humpback whale. The new Wailea Beach Resort is a source of serenity and renewal, and a wellspring of Hawaiian culture and tradition.
Hāna-Maui Resort, Hawaii, Maui
Elegant and enchanting, the Hawaiian island of Maui offers visitors gorgeous scenery, aloha spirit, stunning beaches and exciting activities. Maui is the second largest Hawaiian Island; it is home to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park where the world’s most active volcano – Kilauea – can be found. At the end of the Hana Highway, on the lush eastern coast of Maui, is Hāna-Maui Resort, where tranquillity is a way of life. The glittering Pacific Ocean is the star of the show at this luxury retreat set on 66 acres of pristine countryside. Each of the 75 rooms, suites and family residences come with a private lanai, ideal for revelling in island trade winds or admiring a colourful sunset. Some rooms are intentionally designed without clocks, radios or TV’s, to offer a peaceful respite ideally situated along the Road to Hana. Looking for a little more space? Choose a one- or two-bedroom residence, which boast a gourmet kitchen, separate living area and dining table.
Special Offers – Guests enjoy every 4th night free at Hana Maui Resort from now through December 20, 2022. Blackout dates may apply, including for Festive Season dates of December 20, 2021 – January 3, 2022. Offer may not be combined with any other package or promotional offer, and is not valid towards group reservations of 10 or more rooms. Subject to space availability. Please inquire with our luxury travel advisors for additional terms and conditions and exclusive amenities when booking with FROSCH Ireland.
Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort, Wailea, Maui, Hawaii
Situated on Maui’s southwestern coastline along Mokapu Beach, the 15-acre beachfront Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort features 331 guestrooms and suites, including 30 luxurious two- to four-bedroom residential villas; five chic swimming pool facilities; a 14,000 square foot full-service spa with a private adults pool, apothecary, retail and fitness facility; and two highly acclaimed restaurants, including Ka’ana Kitchen helmed by Executive Chef Isaac Bancaco and Morimoto Maui by Chef Masaharu Morimoto. Designed by world-renowned architects, Rockwell Group, Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort captures the spirit of today’s Hawaii. The award-winning Andaz Maui was recently named #1 Resort in Hawaii by Conde Nast Traveler in 2020 and U.S. News & Works Report’s 2019 Best Hotels Gold Recognition.
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