Hawaii Accommodation

Hawaii accommodation can be found on several different islands in the region. Each of Hawaii's islands offers their own unique destinations from beautiful beaches, great surf, stunning scenery and natural wonders. O'ahu is the capital of the Hawaiian islands and home to Honolulu and the famous Waikiki Beach. From Honoulu you can fly to neighbouring islands of Maui, Kaua'i and the Big Island of Hawaii. There are many different options for Hawaii accommodation from budget hotels to 5 star luxury resorts located over the many beaches on each of Hawaii's islands. At TravelOnline we can help you find accommodation in Hawaii that suits you and your budget. You can search the main regions for Hawaii using the links below or use the map of Hawaii hotels to find what's best for your Hawaiian holiday. If you're looking for accommodation in Hawaii that caters specifically for Families or Couples, follow these links: accommodation for couples or family friendly resorts.

Waikiki Beach Honolulu Hawaii

Honolulu Accommodation

Located on the island of O'ahu, Honolulu is the gateway to Hawaii. Honolulu is home to fabulous shopping, dining and nightlife and offers a huge range of accommodation options. Top attractions of Honolulu include famous Waikiki Beach where you can learn to surf or simply relax on the beach. Visit one of the many bars at the beach at sunset to watch the nightly tiki torch lighting ceremonies. Honolulu has free walking history tours and a moving Pearl Harbour exhibition. The island of O'ahu is also home to North Shore famous for the world's best waves and is 2 hours by bus from Waikiki.

Wailea Beach Maui

Maui Accommodation

The island of Maui has more than 80 beaches, crystal clear waters and is haven for relaxation featuring first class spas and resorts. Maui is so picturesque it is the perfect holiday destination for rejuvenation and healing. Drive Hana Highway, Hawaii's Great Ocean Road with its 600 twists and turns and 54 one way bridges or view the spectacular sunrise from the Halekala Crater, a dormant volcano. Lahaina town is a historic district of Maui, formerly an old whaling town and is home many charming shops and art galleries. Maui also has 15 world class golf courses, with fairways near ancient lava flows and palm tree groves surrounding the greens.

Kauai - Kalalau Valley, Waimea Canyon State Park

Kauai Accommodation

Known as the Garden Island, Kaua'i is only 20 minutes by air from Honolulu. Kaua'i can only be described as lush and green, a Hawaiian island filled with breathtaking natural beauty. Imagine rainforest covered cliffs, cascading waterfalls and golden sand beaches. There is a variety of Hawaii accommodation types to be found on Kaua'i - all either beachfront or with wonderful oceanfront settings. Kaua'i is famous for day hikes, kayaking and kilometres of beaches to swim, snorkel and dive from. Helicopter tours are one of the best ways to view the natural treasure is the island of Kaua'i.

Hawaii Island, Tikis at Place of Refuge National Park

Hawaii's Big Island Accommodation

An island of contrasts is one way to do describe The Big Island of Hawaii with 11 different climate zones. From lush green rainforests to snow capped Mauna Kea, from black sand beaches to the flowing molten lava of Hawaii's famous Kilauea volcano - the 'Big Island' has it all. Accommodation can be found on the Kona Coast which is the sunny west coast of The Big Island. The largest town is Kailua Kona which features a variety budget, moderate and luxury Hawaii accommodation.