11 Amazing, Family-Friendly All-Inclusive Trips to Hawaii

Ready to get away to the Aloha State? Take a deep dive into the newest, family-friendliest and most out-and-out luxurious ways to bundle the very best of what Hawaii offers now.

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Travaasa Hana (Hana, Maui)

Perched like a tropical bird above Hana Bay on Maui’s easternmost shore, Travaasa Hana prides itself on being “the first resort on the island to greet the rising sun.” The stunning property is popular with locals and far-flung visitors alike: it claimed Hawai’i Magazine’s Best of Maui Reader’s Choice Award this year as well as a 2018 Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor. Its Total Travaasa plan includes lodging, three daily meals and unlimited snacks, access to experiential activities (like bamboo pole fishing, outrigger canoe excursions and Hawaiian spear throwing) and a daily $175 resort credit toward luxe spa treatments and private lessons. BOOK NOW: Travaasa Hana, starting at $725/night

Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa (Ko Olina, Oahu)

Disney’s Oahu resort is, of course, paradise for little ones: in addition to character experiences and themed treats, Aulani offers a 321,000-gallon “lazy river,” poolside play areas with splash zones and water slides, a complimentary supervised activity center and more. It’s pretty Edenic for grownups as well, thanks to an adults-only pool, scenic whirlpool spas and live entertainment. All of that is complimentary for guests, and an array of premium experiences, spa, salon and fitness offerings, and dining and drinking destinations offer endless ways to appreciate Hawaii as a family. BOOK NOW: Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa, starting at $494/night

Turtle Bay Resort (Kahuku, Oahu)

The Ocean Vista Experience — a premium package that makes the picture-perfect sights at Oahu’s only North Shore resort even more relaxing — grants access to the property’s exclusive Vista Gallery and express restaurant seating and includes daily breakfast, all-day snorkeling equipment rental and a dedicated VIP Concierge. Given that Turtle Bay Resort’s grounds include five miles of iconic coastline, 12 miles of hiking and biking trails and more than 1,300 acres of land, it’s well worth flying out for a bird’s-eye view. BOOK NOW: Turtle Bay Resort, starting at $399/night

Four Seasons Resort Hualalai (Kailua, Hawaii)

The Big Island’s historic Kona Coast was once a retreat for royalty: Hawaii’s King Kamehameha spent the last years of his life in the Kailua area. Accordingly, the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai presents accommodations and amenities fit for visiting dignitaries — think helicopter tours and secret-beach explorations, complimentary “Kids For All Seasons” programming (and Camp Manitou, a premium, all-inclusive summer-camp experience available for an additional fee), an 18-hole Jack Nicklaus signature golf course and more. The resort offers especially attractive rates during its value periods, when a minimum stay of three nights gains guests a credit of up to $200 for ocean activities, spa services and food and drink. BOOK NOW: Four Seasons Resort Hualalai, starting at $950/night

Montage Kapalua Bay (Lahaina, Maui)

Montage Kapalua Bay offers an array of special offers to suit luxury travelers of all stripes, and its spectacular Discover Maui package has something for everyone: the deal includes a 1,250-square-foot ocean view residence with a full gourmet kitchen and private lanai, daily valet parking, a daily $60 breakfast credit at Cane & Canoe, a traditionally-designed contemporary dining space that overlooks the water, and a $150 daily resort credit that can be applied to ziplining, horseback rides, luaus, whale watching, spectacular sunset cruises and more. BOOK NOW: Montage Kapalua Bay, starting at $1,570/night

Royal Lahaina Resort (Lahaina, Maui)

If you’re planning an intimate week for two, the bestselling Royal Experience Package at western Maui’s Royal Lahaina Resort is a match made in heaven. Guests who book stays of five nights or more enjoy an ocean-view guestroom that overlooks Ka’anapali Beach, daily buffet breakfast, a sunset dinner cruise and admission to the Myths of Maui Luau, the longest-running Polynesian luau on the island. BOOK NOW: Royal Lahaina Resort, starting at $410/night

Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort (Waikiki, Oahu)

Especially-amphibious vacationers will appreciate Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort, which rubs shoulders with Duke Kahanamoku Beach, boasts its own five-acre salt-water lagoon and has six pools (one of which features the longest water slide in Waikiki). Its 2019 seventh-night-free promotion includes tickets for two to its Waikiki Starlight Luau, an outdoor, interactive event that features dining and performances as well as a conch-blowing challenge and a group hula lesson. BOOK NOW: Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort, starting at $231/night

Halekulani (Waikiki, Oahu)

Special treatment in Halekulani’s Suite Life package — available to guests for a minimum of three nights — includes SUV transportation to and from the airport, a fresh tropical floral arrangement, daily full breakfast for two, a spacious garden junior suite and a Chef’s Special Dinner for two at La Mer, the longest-ranked AAA Five-Diamond Restaurant in Hawaii. All guests, in turn, enjoy the resort’s “For You, Everything” program, which includes complimentary artistic and cultural experiences like access to the only royal palace in the United States, an art and architecture tour, museum admissions, tickets to the Hawaii Symphony Orchestra’s performances and more. BOOK NOW: Halekuani, starting at $965/night

Ka’anapali Beach Hotel (Lahaina, Maui)

Recognized by industry pros as “Hawaii’s Most Hawaiian Hotel,” Ka’anapali Beach Hotel defends its title by developing complimentary interactive cultural programming like native language, storytelling, cloth- and lei-making classes. Its Holoakihiki package pairs those activities with perks: the four-night offering includes ocean-view accommodation, mix-and-match ocean activities like canoeing, snorkeling tours, and stand-up paddle-board lessons, a rental car, one buffet breakfast for two, and one lunch for two at the property’s Tiki Grill. BOOK NOW: Ka’anapali Beach Hotel, starting at $445/night

The Kahala Hotel & Resort (Honolulu, Oahu)

While it would be tempting to spend all of one’s time at the Kahala gazing at the Ko’olau Mountains from a Juliet balcony in a Scenic View room, the resort’s Explorers Package encourages guests to enjoy its facilities and its surroundings. Qualifying stays of three nights or more include the daily breakfast buffet for two at the open-air Plumeria Beach House (pictured above), a $120 credit for pool and beach equipment rentals, tickets for two to the Bishop Museum and priority bike rentals for two (with a map, naturally). BOOK NOW: The Kahala Hotel & Resort, starting at $485/night

Hilton Waikoloa Village (Waikoloa, Hawaii)

Snagging a deal through Hilton Waikoloa Village’s popular Fall Inclusive Sale requires a bit of fancy footwork — the promotion is only available for booking through the Kona coast resort’s website between July 22 and July 29, and it applies to stays between September 6 and December 19th — but it’s well worth the hustle. The package includes daily breakfast, dinner and all-day drinks at six restaurants and the Legends of Hawaii Luau (with reservations), resort-charge benefits like lei-making, hula and ukulele-playing classes, and daily self-parking. BOOK BETWEEN 7/22 AND 7/29: Hilton Waikoloa Village, starting at $358/night

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