7 All Inclusive Resorts in Hawaii for the Ultimate Pacific Escape

Hankering for a once in a lifetime Hawaiian vacation? The Pacific Island nation is known for its stunning volcanic landscape, vibrant culture and rich local cuisine. Why not experience all of that with a stay in a world-class resort? We compiled a list of the seven best all-inclusive resorts in Hawaii just for you. Plush white robes, all you can drink champagne and spa days await…

Best All-Inclusive Resorts in Hawaii

*As COVID-19 continues to evolve, please check with the resorts for their updated guidelines.

1. Kaanapali Alii Resort

When it comes to luxury, elegance and gourmet dining, Kaanapali is a cut above the rest. This Maui gem provides guests with the utmost in hospitality, service and Hawaiin charm. In addition to a stellar atmosphere, the endless adventures available onsite and the stunning surrounding beauty make it a perfect choice to recharge and relax. Want to wake up to an incredible Pacific Ocean sunrise every morning? The Oceanfront rooms are an excellent choice.
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2. Napili Kai

Napili Kai is one of Hawaii’s best all-inclusive resorts for its sophisticated yet welcoming atmosphere in the heart of paradise. For more than 50 years they’ve been providing Napili Kai guests with the utmost service and hospitality. Let the days pass on by lounging under a swaying palm or have a paddleboarding adventure on the pristine waters. Napili Kai makes it, so you have plenty to do or not do – your choice. As the name suggests, the oceanfront view suit is where you want to be. Separated by just a few steps of sand and towering palm trees, it’s the ultimate paradise.

3. Four Seasons Lanai – Lanai

It should come as no surprise that Four Seasons Resort Lanai is one of the best in Hawaii. This all-inclusive heaven is surrounded by pristine nature like towering Cook Island pines, white sand beaches and red lava cliffs. Whether you spend your days exploring the island’s natural wonders or sip the day away with a few poolside cocktails, you’re sure to have the getaway of a lifetime at Four Seasons Lanai. For a truly luxurious stay, book the Penthouse Prime Oceanfront Suite.
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4. The Travassa Hana

If you’re looking for the best of the best when it comes to coastal views, luxury spa treatments and world-class food, Travassa Hana is for you. From horseback rides at sunset, ukulele lessons and more sea activities than you can imagine, you’ll never grow bored of things to do. After you spend the day relaxing in the spa or swimming in the tropical waters, indulge in a feast fit for a king at the onsite restaurant. A stay in their Oceanfront Bungalow Premier Suite just steps from the waves is absolutely worth rounding off your all-inclusive vacay.

5. Montage Kapalua Bay – Maui

Sprawled along the pristine beaches of Namalu Bay, Montage Kapalua Bay is the Hawaiian escape of a lifetime. Spend the day pampering yourself in the world-class spa then feast at any of their six dining options such as the famous Cane & Canoe. Feeling a bit more active? No problem. Spend the afternoon paddleboarding the waters or embarking on a tropical hike through the area. For the ultimate stay, splurge on an ocean view residence complete with deep soaking tubs, marble floors and a balcony fit for a palace.
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6. Wailea Beach Villas

This slice of Hawaiian paradise is the stuff of dreams. Wailea Beach Villas bring the very best of Hawaii to its guests with its luxurious villas, warm Pacific hospitality and jawdropping scenery. From in-room massage sessions to adventures scuba diving opportunities, you can spend the days as relaxed or excited as you like. Spend the evenings eating to your heart’s content at the nearby restaurants or, upon request, the staff will pre-stock your gourmet kitchen for a big Hawaiian barbecue on nights when you’d rather stay in. Be sure to book a stay in any of their ocean-view rooms for a truly memorable vacation.

7. Royal Lahaina Resort

Royal Lahaina is the ultimate oasis to escape to. Spend your evenings savouring delectable cuisine made with local ingredients after relaxing the day away at the pool. Alternatively, you can embark on an epic snorkelling adventure through the surrounding Pacific waters to see reefs and wildlife that will make you swoon and then cap it off with some drinks. A stay in one of their oceanfront suites will set you up for breathtaking sunsets and peaceful waves to wake to.

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Melanie Hamilton
Melanie Hamilton

Melanie is an avid traveller with a passion for history and global foods. She is currently based in Tbilisi, Georgia where most of her time is occupied with qvevri wine and Soviet history. Having do-si-do'd her way across Europe and Latin America, she's enjoyed some of the world's most exciting places firsthand and can't wait to tell you about them.

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