Hotel Wailea – Maui
Welcome to the Hotel Wailea - home of the Maui Film Festival held in June. This 5-star adults only oasis is set just a stone's throw from Maui's main beach. Ask nicely and the staff will happily drive you in the hotel buggy down to the dunes where you can paddle board or rent a sunbed for the day. The view from the treetop restaurant will stay with you forever.
One bedroom suites from US$649 per night
Moana Surfrider - Waikiki
Old-school manners combined with contemporary facilities is what you'll get at the Moana Surfrider. Situated right on Waikiki beachfront you haven't got far to go for surfing, turtle watching or a dip in the ocean. Hang by the pool then grab a beer at the bar as the sun goes down. Streetside you'll find an array of cafes, and the shops are open till 11pm so bring your wallet.
Rooms from US$265 per night
You can fly from Honolulu to the Island of Waimea where the Westin Hapuna grandly awaits, and where you'll be met with views, views, views. Everywhere you go in the hotel you have views of the ocean – or the golf course. The stunning palm-lined entrance leads up to marble pillars which ooze decadence. Perfect for honeymooners, Hapuna Beach Resort is one of Hawaii's gems.
Rooms from US$515 per night
When you want to rub shoulders with the rich and famous, book into the Kahala Hotel and Resort in Honolulu. Former guests include Barack Obama, Cameron Diaz and Justin Timberlake. When you're ready for a bite to eat, head downstairs to Hoku restuarant for an custom made Poké bowl and brace yourself – you might be eating sushi next to Drew Barrymore.
Rooms from US$383 per night