With the most oceanfront hotels in Hawaii, Marriott Bonvoy offers a true change of scenery as we welcome visitors back to the islands.
Explore our expansive resorts, infinity pools that span endless horizons and access to wide swaths of sandy beaches.
Give Support Through The American Red Cross
Join us in supporting The American Red Cross, which is providing resources to support the immediate and long-term recovery needs for the people and places affected by the devastating Maui wildfires.
Give Support Through Marriott Bonvoy™ Point Donations
We are heartbroken to see devastation caused by extreme winds and severe brush fires on the island of Maui’i Hawai’i. Please consider joining us in supporting relief efforts by donating Marriott Bonvoy™ points. All point donations will be matched by Marriott Bonvoy™.
Planning Your Stay
The State of Hawaii is limiting visits to the National Parks, we highly recommend that guests make reservations for activities, dining and rental cars in advance of their visit.
The Gathering Place, Where City Meets Surf
Known in Hawaiian as “spouting waters,” Waikiki was introduced to the world when its first hotel, the Moana Surfrider, was built on its shores in 1901. Today, Waikiki is Oahu’s main hotel and resort area and a vibrant gathering place for visitors from around the world. Some of the best surf breaks in the world are on this main Hawaiian Island.
If you want an escape from bustling Waikiki, it’s just a short drive to a variety of educational Oahu attractions, including Pearl Harbor, Iolani Palace and Kualoa Ranch.
Family-Friendly Explorations on The Valley Isle
Beloved for its world-famous beaches, migrating humpback whales during the winter season, and unforgettable hiking and outdoor experiences, Maui has something for everyone.
Don’t miss the island’s unique Upcountry experiences, like lavender-infused tea and scones at Ali`i Kula Lavendar Farm; walking the vineyards at Maui Wine (we’re partial to the dry, aromatic Ulupalakua Rosé); and taking the keiki on the farm tour at Surfing Goat Dairy.
Lush Discoveries on The Garden Isle
The oldest and northernmost island in the Hawaiian chain is draped in emerald valleys, sharp mountain spires and jagged cliffs aged by time and the elements. Centuries of growth have formed tropical rainforests, forking rivers and cascading waterfalls. Most of the island is inaccessible by car, so the views by sea or air are particularly memorable.
Kauai offers some of the most distinct culinary experiences in the state. From the family-run Hanalei Taro & Juice Company to the Wailua Shave Ice truck, owned by a local-boy chef trained in NYC’s Michelin-starred restaurants, the island is known for food that honors the island’s bountiful agrarian resources.
The Island of Hawaii
Connecting to the Natural Elements & Culture on the Big Island
From the sunny shores of the Kohala coast to the many geological features of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, the Island of Hawaii is the youngest and largest island in the Hawaiian chain.
Nearly twice as big as all of the other Hawaiian Islands combined (hence, its nickname, “Big Island”), its sheer size is awe-inspiring. Just as inspiring is the rich cultural history of the youngest island in the chain, where hula is celebrated annually and the guests are invited to immerse themselves in the natural wonders of the terrain.
Malama Hawaiʻi means “to care for or give back to Hawaiʻi. The program’s goal: to immerse visitors in the local community, provide volunteer opportunities to give back to those communities, and foster greater respect for Hawaiʻi through cultural education.
Hawaiian Beaches Perfect for Keiki
Traveling with kids can require just a bit more pre-planning. Read on for our guide of kid-friendly beaches awaiting your family, no matter which island you choose.
Favorite Hiking Trails on all Four Islands
Stay active and explore the natural wonders of Hawaii’s spectacular trails. For a chance to reconnect with your natural surroundings, read on for our favorite hikes on Maui, Kauai, Oahu and the Big Island.
Secret Beaches to Explore in Solitude
Hawaii offers 750 miles of stunning coastline, and there are a multitude of secluded sand oases to discover. Hawaii’s golden sands beckon travelers to engage in thoughtful exploration and relaxation.
Winter is Whale Season in Hawaii
It’s not a fluke: Hawaii really is the best place to spot whales! In the winter, an estimated 12,000 humpback whales visit Hawaii each season, from November to May, with the most action happening between January and March.