Hawaii Family Resorts
Hawaii is a top spot for family vacations; even the most luxurious resorts welcome families and often have kids' clubs, plus pools with waterslides and other waterpark features that kids love.
Hawaii has beautiful -- and often luxurious-- resorts that welcome families. Have a look at good choices for families on the islands of Oahu, Maui, The Big Island, Kauai, and Lanai.
Visitors to Hawaii won't find the sort of all inclusive resorts they may have come to expect from vacations in the Caribbean and Mexico. However, here are a few hints to help family vacationers move in the direction of an all-included getaway in the Aloha state.
Read about ten great spots for beach vacations in Hawaii, including some recommended family-friendly resorts.
If you feel like lapping up a little luxury, here's a group of eight upscale Hawaii resorts --on the west side of the Big Island-- that Conde Nast readers voted among the “Top Fifty Tropical Resorts Worldwide."
Disney's Hawaii resort -- due to open in August 2011-- deserves special mention as a newsworthy addition to Hawaii's resorts. Location is in Ko Olina, on Oahu's west coast, about 20 minutes from the airport and 45 minutes from Waikiiki. The Aulani has lofty goals, aiming to connect visitors to Hawaiian culture with layers of authentic details, and be a gateway for guests to learn about Hawaii. All in addition, of course, to being an beautiful resort with excellent kids' club, sheltered beach, pools, spa...
Maui is a popular island, for families: many stay at condo's, but Maui's also big with resort-goers. Maui resorts offer a range of prices, but the island is especially known for high-end properties.
See photos of different themed areas in this 5200 sq. ft. multi-room kids center which has complimentary kids programs for ages 3 to 12.