Hawaii is one of the most popular honeymoon getaways, and for a good reason. The gorgeous beaches, vast jungles, ease and accessibility of travel and great food and culture make for a great adventure and a wildly romantic getaway. If a Hawaii Honeymoon is in your future, be sure to look into these top five luxury romantic getaways for the trip of a lifetime.
This beach oasis offers a modern and refreshing feel with great accessibility to a lively town center for exploring and romantic nights on the town. This relatively new beach front hotel offers incredible views of Diamond Head, one of the most famous oceanside cliffs in all of Hawaii. Waikiki beach is one of the most gorgeous in Hawaii, and the Alohilani Resort allows guests direct access to the beach. And with a lively downtown, this is the most happening spot on Oahu.
The open and airy guest rooms allow guests to take in the Hawaiian breeze and crashing ocean. The beachside suites are rooms to die for - with gorgeous views and spectacular amenities. Be sure to grab a surfboard and get out there, because Waikiki Beach has one of the best breaks in the world that is great for beginners getting into the sport, or seasoned pros.
Montage Kapalua Resort allows you to experience Hawaii lifestyle in truest essence. The beachfront openair resorts spills over onto Kapalua beach, one of the most stunning and romantic beaches in all of Hawaii. The remote setting allows guests to be fully transported into Hawaiian island hospitality and genuine, authentic Hawaiian cultural practices. You will want to spend your entire trip exploring the surround rainforest, adventuring on the gorgeous soft sand beaches, or taking a dip in their famous infinity pool that backs right up to the beach.
If you are into spa treatments, Montage has one of the most renowned spa centers in Hawaii. From massages, to facials, to yoga, they have it all with the most gorgeous spa view imaginable. Montage has also hosted countless world series golf tournaments due to their top of the line course. If you consider yourself a golfer, or even if you don't, spend a day playing around on the oceanfront five star course.