5 Super-Luxe Hotels in Hawaii


5 of Hawaii’s Newlywed Faves

These resorts will have you dreaming of returning to celebrate the many anniversaries to come

The Kahal Resort & Spa


The Kahala Resort & Spa is a heavenly location for new husbands and wives to enjoy their newly-wedded bliss. The Kahala Romance Package offers tropic relaxation to celebrate new-found love with a $100 credit for any treatment at The Kahala Spa and a 4-course dinner for two at Hoku’s, the hotel’s award-winning restaurant. The resort also offers a variety of activities from a Dophin Quest Encounter to shopping at their exclusive boutiques, as well as free bike rentals and an introductory surfing lesson for each guest. The serene beauty of the Kahala beaches and exclusive amenities of the resort offer a honeymoon that won’t be forgotten.


The bigger, the better. The Four Seasons Hualalai at Historic Ka’upulehu offers multiple pools and a variety of activities for rejuvenating after the hustle and bustle of the wedding. “The famed spa at the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai offers up all the pampering you could imagine including services like acupuncture, sound and energy healing, and even yoga therapy to reset after a wild wedding weekend,” Harmony Walton of Jet Fete by Bridal Bar tells Twirl New York. With activities for two including, a Duet Massage and the Sew The Seeds Of Love adventure where you can tour the slopes of Mauna Kea and plant your very own legacy koa tree, you’ll be relaxed and reconnected in no time. We recommend the Palm Grove Pool, and not just for it’s swim-up bar. Reserve one of four luxury day beds off the pool’s deck that include two adjacent lounge chairs on Palm Grove Lawn. Remember to reserve at least two weeks in advance.

Four Seasons Hualalai At Historic Ka'upulehu

You can find romance anywhere, from sexy restaurants in downtown Honolulu to the black-lava sands of the Big Island. —Susan Moynihan, The Honeymoonist

Koa Kea Hotel & Resort


Reconnect after the strain of wedding planning at Koa Kea Hotel & Resort at Poipu Beach on Kauai. With their Tropical Desire Package, there is no need to worry about what to do when you get there. Included is daily breakfast with mimosas, a rental car, and your choice of a couples massage from the Koa Kea luxury Hawaiian Spa in an exclusive couples room, or an adventure for two. Sit back, relax and rejuvenate together.


The Honeymoon Package at The Ritz Carlton Kapalua includes a Deluxe Ocean View room, daily breakfast for two in The Terrace Restaurant, and one day of VIP Luxury at their Poolside Cabana. It’s based on availability, so remember to book early. Don’t forget to book the Kapalua Embrace (for couples) at the spa and spend two and a half tender hours reconnecting with a body polish, massage and bath soak.

Ritz-Carlton Kapalua
The St. Regis Princeville Resort

The St. Regis Princeville Resort

Prepare ahead for your time at The St. Regis Princeville Resort with their Honeymoon Registry. Friends and family can gift the bride and groom room upgrades, spa treatments and intimate dinners for two to enhance your opulent tropical experience. All newlyweds honeymooning at the resort will enjoy a bottle of champagne and fresh flowers upon their arrival. Jet Fete by Bridal Bar‘s Harmony Walton recommends visiting the The Halele’a Spa, where you’ll find a Hanalei Bay Couples Ritual, complete with facials, salt body wraps, and seaweed baths perfect for rejuvenating after the wedding. And don’t forget to book your couples massage! After the long flight it’s the perfect indulgence.