Friday, November 25, 2011

Three Hawaii honeymoon resorts

A friend of mine just got back from Hawaii and I've been a little envious of her ever since. Today was a cool day here in Tennessee. Going to a tropical island sounds lovely. A Hawaii honeymoon is what my younger daughter has in mind (on her long list of possibilities). It's on my bucket list so I've been checking it out too.

Because it is in a tropical climate there are unique needs for cooling, hot water heaters and boilers. Hawaii strives to be as eco-friendly and is one of the most popular places in the world for honeymoons.

I found several Hawaii honeymoon resorts that sound good and some offer all inclusive packages. These make it a snap to plan any getaway. Plus, there are more picturesque spots in this tropical paradise than anyone could hope to have. When it comes to making a honeymoon selection my daughter has her work cut out for her!

The Hilton Hawaiian Village has a romance package that includes sparkling wine or cider upon arrival. There is a full American breakfast for two served either in your room or at a designated restaurant. Plus, it has 22 acres of oceanfront to be enjoyed. Search for this Hawaii honeymoon resort online or call the hotel at 1-808-949-4321

Another Hawaii honeymoon resort is within walking distance of the beach. The Waikki Edition has an outdoor movie theater, lobby bar, surf and bikini boot camps, spa and a famous restaurant. Visitors can dine at Morimoto Waikki. If you've not heard of the restaurant you may have heard of the famous Iron Chef star Masaharu Morimoto who owns the restaurant. Call the resort at 808.943.5800 or look them up online for more information.

Then there is the oceanside Four Seasons Resort Lana’i at Manele Bay which I think my daughter may fall in love with. This Hawaii honeymoon resort is adjacent to a marine preserve. She may pack her bags when she hears about the reef fish and green sea turtles on the preserve. There there are the golf courses, pool, beach and tantalizing packages. Find them online or call the resort at 1 (800) 321-4666.