Looking for luxury, relaxation or a room with a knockout view? Dedicated Server has selected the 20 hottest hotels for honeymoon in Hawaii. Our 8 favorite beachfront resorts on Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Lanai and The Big Island will put your mind at ease.
Kauai Marriott Resort
This gorgeous hotel offers pretty much everything—Hawaii’s biggest pool, five open-air restaurants, a great bikini shop—on 800 acres fronting Kalapaki Bay—a local hangout on the weekends for volleyball, surfing, and just plain old sunbathing
Sheraton Resort Kauai
This Poipu Beach honeymoon resort is fresh off a $16 million renovation—don’t miss brand-new RumFire, a swanky lounge offering 180-degree ocean views to go along with your lychee-tini. The beach here, by the way, is amazing for bodysurfing.
Kahala Hotel & Resort
This oceanfront hotel, with 306 upscale island-style rooms, has a gorgeous, earth-toned spa—all treatments begin with Ho’omaka, a cleansing sea salt foot scrub.
This 453-room Waikiki Beach resort has just come off a top-to-bottom makeover, with freshened-up suites. Don’t miss the nightly hula show at legendary House Without A Key, timed just so with sunset.
Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa
At this Poipu beach honeymoon favorite, parrots perch in the open-air lobby, and koi glide by your seat at date-night spot Tidepools. The spa has two spectacular couples’ treatment rooms.
St. Regis Princeville
Kauai’s five-star Hanalei Bay retreat, with butler service and a spectacular Jean Georges restaurant, made a cameo in The Descendants. And yes, George did stay here.
Four Seasons Lanai at Manele Bay
Watch for spinner dolphins at this top honeymoon resort, with a 1,100 foot-long pristine beach. Even if you’re not a golfer, drive the cart to check out the course’s incredible views.
Four Seasons Maui at Wailea
A-listers like Kate Bosworth and Jennifer Aniston love this Wailea beach beauty: Attendants deliver fresh pineapple, loaner Kindles, and traditional lomi lomi massages at the adults-only Serenity Pool.
Hawaii offers the perfect mix of downtime on the beach with a mai tai and adventure activities—think helicopter rides over volcanoes, hiking through rainforests, and yes, surfing.