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The most romantic hotels in Maui

Maui is one of the most beautiful destinations in the world. This island has it all – stunning waterfalls, coastlines, scenic drives, snorkeling, food, and some of the best resorts in the world. So I’ve rounded up the most romantic hotels in Maui, though these would also be great for a girls’ getaway!

The Most Romantic Hotels in the World

From trendy hotels and tropical oases to spa getaways and oceanside retreats, I’ve got the perfect hotel for you.

Here are the most romantic hotels in Maui for an epic island getaway!

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The most romantic hotels in Maui
The most romantic hotels in Maui
The most romantic hotels in Maui
The most romantic hotels in Maui

Andaz Maui At Wailea Resort

This hotel has some of the most spectacular pools you’ll ever find. The four main pools are tiered beneath each other with waterfalls, and there’s an adults-only pool. Plus, some rooms have swim-out pools, and there are villas with private pools. Andaz Maui is also beachfront, and you’ll love the five on-site restaurants.

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The most romantic hotels in Maui
The most romantic hotels in Maui
The most romantic hotels in Maui

Hana-Maui Resort

Most people only visit Hāna as a day trip, but this hotel is reason enough to stay on the off-the-beaten-path Hāna side of the island. This hotel has vintage bungalow and cottage-style rooms, two pools, on-site bike rentals, and one of the best restaurants on the island.

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The most romantic hotels in Maui
The most romantic hotels in Maui

Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui

Every room in this hotel is a suite with one or two bedrooms, a sleeper sofa, a kitchenette, and a private balcony. This resort’s beach is surrounded on both sides by lava rock walls, giving this property a secluded feel. Plus, you’ll love the three swimming pools, including an adults-only oasis.

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The most romantic hotels in Maui
The most romantic hotels in Maui
The most romantic hotels in Maui

Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea

With ‘Four Seasons’ in its name, you know you can expect the epitome of luxury at this resort. You’ll love this property’s pools, spa, beach, restaurants, open-air design, and incredible views. Plus, this hotel is one of the only resorts in Wailea that doesn’t charge a resort fee.

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The most romantic hotels in Maui
The most romantic hotels in Maui
The most romantic hotels in Maui
The most romantic hotels in Maui

Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa

Located on the northern stretch of Kaanapali, this resort gives you views of Black Rock, Lanai, and Molokai. The Sheraton Maui has a beach, pool, lazy river, three restaurants, a spa, a fitness center, and incredible snorkeling.

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The most romantic hotels in Maui
The most romantic hotels in Maui

Ho’olei at Grand Wailea

This hotel gives you access to the facilities and dining at the nearby Grand Wailea. You’ll have a private villa with views of the ocean, two or three bedrooms, at least two bathrooms, a lanai, a patio, a full kitchen, an elevator, a washer and dryer, a garage, and a private outdoor grill.

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The most romantic hotels in Maui
The most romantic hotels in Maui
The most romantic hotels in Maui
The most romantic hotels in Maui

The Ritz-Carlton Maui Kapalua

This oceanfront hotel is surrounded by one of Hawaii’s most expansive natural preserves and two protected marine sanctuaries. Your room, suite, or residence will have incredible views, and the property has a spa, two championship golf courses, eco-adventures, and some of the best food on the island.

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The most romantic hotels in Maui
The most romantic hotels in Maui

Montage Kapalua Bay

Your spacious one-, two-, three-, or four-bedroom residential-style suite accommodations will have an expansive living room, large private lanai, full kitchen, and elegant master suite. This resort has fine and casual dining, a beach, a spa, an incredible infinity pool, two championship golf courses, tennis courts, and zip-lines.

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For Planning The Rest Of Your Hawaii Trip
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Frequently Asked Questions
  • How do I travel between Hawaiian Islands?

    The best way to island-hop in Hawaii is to fly. Hawaiian Airlines usually has the cheapest rates and the most flights. You could all take an inter-island cruise, but please ensure you only use sustainable cruise companies.

  • What is the best time of year to go to Hawaii?

    Hawaii is made up of micro-climates, so the weather varies significantly from island to island and from one side of an island to the other. The year-round warm weather (rarely going below the mid-70s or above the mid-80s) means Hawaii is a great destination any time of the year. So Hawaii doesn’t have an off-season.

    April – September is the most popular time to visit Hawaii because these are the warmest and driest months. The ocean is calmer, giving you access to more water activities with better sailing conditions. Be prepared to pay the highest prices during these months. The islands will also be crowded, so book accommodation, tours, and rental cars in advance.

    The weather in Hawaii is marginally cooler from October – March, and these are the wettest months of the year. Pro Tip: the islands’ west coasts are significantly drier than their east coasts.

    October – March is whale-watching season, and the crowds and prices will be lower (though not significantly). These months have some of the largest swells of the year, so surfers will swarm the beaches.

  • What are the best places to visit in Hawaii?

    Oahu: Waikiki Beach, the North Shore, Diamond Head, Kualoa Ranch, Ho’omaluhia Botanical Garden, Pearl Harbor.

    KauaiWailua Falls, Maha’ulepu Heritage Trail, the Nā Pali Coast, Wailua River, Waimea Canyon.

    Maui: Hana, Wai’anapanapa State Park, Haleakala National Park.

    Hawai’i (Big Island)Hapuna Beach, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Akaka Falls, Rainbow Falls, Waipi’o Valley.

  • What should I bring to Hawaii?

    Hawaii’s climate and culture mean the dress code is very casual. Many visitors to the islands never change out of their swimsuits and sandals. You’ll want a sarong or cover-up for your swimsuit when shopping, dining, or riding in a taxi. And men should always wear a shirt inside.

    Bring fast-drying clothes and shoes. If you’re doing any hiking, bring moisture-wicking and UV-protected clothes. For boat tours, bring a hat with a neck strap to keep it from blowing away, and have a strap for your sunglasses.

    You’ll also want a lightweight rain jacket. If you’re going to visit Hawaii’s national parks or one of the higher-altitude volcanoes, you’ll want long pants and a jacket.

    In addition to your usual travel essentials, you’ll want these items:

    Bags for your wet and sandy shoes and clothes. If you’re visiting one of the public beaches, there usually aren’t showers for rinsing off. So always have a bag handy for wet and sandy clothes.

    Electrical outlets in Hawaii are Types A and B. So if you’re from the U.S., you won’t need an outlet adaptor. But British, European, and other travelers will need an adaptor.

    Sun protection. The sunshine is gorgeous but brutal in Hawaii, and you’ll usually find that there’s minimal shade on the beaches. So bring sunglasses, sunscreen for your skin and lips, a hat, and UV-protected shirts.

  • What are the best national and state parks to visit in Hawaii?

    1. Diamond Head State Monument, Oahu

    2. Haleakala National Park, Maui

    3. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawai’i (Big Island)

    4. Heʻeia State Park, Oahu

    5. ʻĪao Valley State Park, Maui

    6. Nā Pali Coast State Wilderness Park, Kauai

    7. Waianapanapa State Park, Maui

    8. Waimea Canyon State Park, Kauai

  • What are the best scenic drives in Hawaii?

    1. Chain of Craters Road, Hawai’i (Big Island)

    2. Garden of the Gods, Lanai

    3. Hamakua Coast, Hawai’i (Big Island)

    4. Kamehameha Highway, Oahu

    5. Road to Hana, Maui

    6. Route 560, North Shore of Kauai

    7. Summit road to Mount Haleakala, Maui

    8. Waimea Canyon Drive, Kauai

  • How many days do you need to visit Hawaii?

    Give yourself at least 3-4 days to explore each Hawaiian island.

  • Do I need to rent a car in Hawaii?

    If you’re staying in a vacation home on any of the islands, then you’ll want to rent a car.

    If you’re staying in a resort and planning on leaving your hotel, then a car is essential on all of the Hawaiian islands. You can hire a driver, and taxis and rideshares are common, but these are expensive. So if you’re going to leave your resort more than a couple of times during your trip, you’ll probably save money by renting a car.

    Plus, renting a car gives you flexibility and the freedom to set your own itinerary.

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