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$239-$252 -- Honolulu: Luxurious Beachfront Resort
Source: Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa | By Jessica McNally

As part of the Starwood Semi-Annual sale, we found a great deal at this iconic hotel overlooking Waikiki Beach.
Select dates Oct.-Dec.; other dates also on sale

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Source: Koloa Landing Resort at Poipu

Stay in a brand new studio that is walking distance to Poipu Beach Park -- "the most popular beach on the South Shore" (Fodor's).
Through Dec. 20, 2016; 2017 also discounted

Source: Grand Wailea, a Waldorf Astoria Resort

The "most incredible beach resort in the United States" (Conde Nast Traveler)
Select dates Oct. 5 - Dec. 15

100% (14 ratings)
Source: Queen Kapiolani Hotel

Location is king at the Queen Kapiolani, just one block from the beach and steps from the Honolulu Zoo. Members save 40% including a discounted
Oct. 1, 2016 - Jan. 31, 2017

Source: Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa at Keauhou Bay

Watch Keauhou's beloved manta rays glide by during dinner alfresco at Rays on the Bay.
Through June 2017


Hotels with Member-Exclusive Extras

Source: Travaasa Hana

Beautiful resort at the end of the Hana Highway
Available year-round

89% (45 ratings)
Source: Mauna Lani Hotel & Bungalows

Ranked in the Top 25 Hawaii Resorts by Conde Nast Traveler, the iconic hotel is impeccably maintained; all rooms were renovated in 2014 and come with a private lanai
Available year-round

Member Favorite: 97% (122 ratings)
Source: Lotus Honolulu at Diamond Head

The resort is set apart from the touristy area of Waikiki
Available year-round

Source: Waikiki Parc Hotel

4-star boutique hotel provides a chic contrast to Waikiki’s massive high-rises
Available year-round

Source: Plantation Hale Suites

Nearby beaches are within walking distance
Available year-round

Source: The Modern Honolulu

Luxe 4.5-star celeb favorite that exudes cool without being pretentious
Available year-round


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Finding Hawaii Hotel Deals
With its tropical rainforests, turquoise waters and iconic volcanoes, Hawaii is unlike anywhere in the world. This island paradise draws travelers to its welcoming “aloha spirit” and natural beauty. Of the eight main islands, the most popular are Maui, Oahu, Kauai and Hawaii Island (aka the “Big Island”), each of which has its own unique personality.

It’s no surprise that Maui has topped Conde Nast Traveler’s Best Islands list for more than two decades. The Magic Isle is famous for its charming villages, luxurious oceanfront resorts and pristine beaches. Don’t skip sunrise over Haleakala (Maui’s highest peak), the scenic road to Hana, or Lahaina, a historic whaling town tuned artsy hot spot.

Home to the majority of Hawaii’s population and the capital city of Honolulu, Oahu receives the vast majority of tourists. History buffs delight at the plethora of cultural attractions, including Pearl Harbor and the Iolani Palace. Waikiki attracts fashionistas and sun worshippers alike with world-class luxury shopping and golden beaches, respectively. Outdoor aficionados can hike the majestic Diamond Head volcano or catch a wave on the North Shore, famous for its epic surfing competitions.

Nicknamed the Garden Isle, Kauai is known for its tropical climate, breathtaking Na Pali Coast and magnificent waterfalls. Must-sees include sunny Poipu Beach, Hanalei Bay and Waimea Canyon – dubbed the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific” by Mark Twain. Kauai’s fresh fish tacos rarely disappoint, and the most delicious are served from food trucks in the quaint seaside town of Kapaa.

Hawaii Island (the “Big Island”) is best known for its size – it’s almost twice as large as all the other Hawaiian islands combined – and dramatic landscape. Home to all but two of the world’s climate zones, the Big Island is dotted with natural wonders from Kilauea, one of the world’s most active volcanos, to lava deserts and black sand beaches.