PHOTO: The St. Regis Princeville. (Photo courtesy Starwood Hotels & Resorts)
Hawaii reigns supreme when it comes to U.S. honeymoon destinations so it’s not surprising that when Conde Nast Traveler asked readers to rate their top romantic resorts in the country, they were all located within the state.
Here is a rundown of some of the best, as featured on CNTraveler.com.
Its no surprise that the Sheraton Kauai Resort is one of the best honeymoon resorts in the Islands.
“The first thing you'll want to do at this scenic resort is go for a swim in the 'Ocean Pool,' which overlooks the beach and will instantly wash away any lingering wedding stress,” say Conde Nast editors.
The second thing you may want to do is visit the spa.
Hyatt Regency Maui Resort is another win for honeymooners. This is an ideal spot for adventurers and honeymooners alike.
“Situated on 40 acres along Ka'anapali Beach, the Four Diamond–rated Hyatt Regency Maui is within easy reach of the famous snorkeling around Black Rock—ideal for adventurous honeymooners,” say Conde Nast.
Looking for luxury personified? Honeymooners will find it at the St. Regis Princeville.
“The St. Regis Princeville, located on an oceanside enclave near the rain forest, covers 9,000 acres overlooking Makana Mountain and Hanalei Bay. The top-notch service matches the price tag, and it's all worth it. ” says Conde Nast.
The Ritz-Carlton Kapalua, Maui, is certain to wow newlyweds.
“Book an ocean-front suite, which has two lanai balconies overlooking the Pacific, and take a soak in the spacious bathroom's oversized soaking tub,” suggests Conde Nast.
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Maui’s Travaasa Hana is for those couples who really want to escape from it all. There are no televisions, no radios — there aren’t even clocks. It’s also not on the ocean, but instead tucked away with stunning views of the sea and sprawling grounds.
“Here, you'll find winding paths that connect rooms to pools, tennis courts, and a croquet lawn. You'll forget all about the beach once you're there, anyway,” says Conde Nast.
These just barely scratch the surface of Hawaii’s stunning, romantic accommodations so for more, go here.