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Say "aloha" to one of our friendly hotels in Hawaii for a unique vacation experience. With settings near warm tranquil waters, stunning beaches, natural wonders and famous cultural experiences, our Hawaii Best Western hotels make your Hawaiian getaway truly remarkable.

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Hawaii Travel Information

Whether you are a new visitor to Hawaii or a returning guest, the unique Hawaiian islands offer experiences that will entice any traveler. Enjoy the fresh air, beautiful array of flowers every time you blink an eye and the warm tranquil waters. Visit one of our Hawaii hotels and enjoy moments that you will remember for a lifetime.

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Hawaii Attractions & Shopping:

Maui:

Haleakala Crater & National Park - A dormant volcano measuring 10,000 feet above sea level, it is Maui's highest point. Drive to the top and watch the sunrise at the volcano.

Road to Hana - Arguably one of the best scenic drives in all of Hawaii with many places to stop along the way. Maui's only black sand beach is along this route.

Wailea - Offering spectacular beaches and close to Molokini, a popular snorkeling spot.

Molokini - Snorkel in the warm, crystal-clear waters of one of Maui's favorite destinations - Molokini Crater Ocean Preserve. There are many fascinating underwater sites to explore and a wide variety of marine life to enjoy up close.

Ka'anapali Beach - Black Rock divides the beautiful beaches of Ka'anapali and Kahekili.. This is the site of one of the last volcanic eruptions on Maui. Snorkeling and scuba diving is especially good in this area as Black Rock forms a great reef wall.

Waianapanapa State Park - Located on the road to Hana, offering an amazing opportunity to visit the Waianapanapa Caves and the one and only Black Sand Beach.

Lahaina - In this historic whaling village, the old shops and ships' chandlers have been transformed into more than 40 art galleries and a wide range of restaurants.

Kauai:

Na Pali Coast - Take a boat ride up the coast for some of the most beautiful coastline and cliff views, make sure it includes a stop for snorkeling!

Waimea Canyon - The Grand Canyon of Hawaii! A 3,500-foot deep canyon providing stunning panoramic views. There are many trails to for both beginners and seasoned hikers.

Princeville and the Hanalei Valley - Offering spectacular views of very old Hawaii, and superb snorkeling at Tunnels Beach on the North Shore.

Wailua River - Flowing through gorgeous waterfalls and lush, jungle landscapes, Wailua River is one of the most popular navigable rivers in all of Hawaii.

Oahu:

Waikiki Beaches - Legendary beaches in Hawaii offering soft sand beaches, excellent views of Diamond Head and more. Waikiki beaches can be crowded, but are still well worth the visit!

Pearl Harbor Named for the pearl oysters once harvested there, Pearl Harbor is the largest natural harbor in Hawaii and the only naval base in the United States to be designated a National Historical Landmark. Pearl Harbor and the Arizona Memorial honor the historic attack of the USA in 1941. The USS Arizona Memorial is a place to learn about this historic attack and pay your respects to the brave soldiers that fell that day.

Waikiki Aquarium Founded in 1904, the Waikiki Aquarium is the third oldest public aquarium in the United States. Offering an excellent display of local marine life, this is an ideal spot for the kids.

North Shore and Waimea Bay - Offering some of the biggest waves, this is a great place to watch the hard core surfers in season.

Diamond Head - This 760-foot crater is one of Hawaii's most famous landmarks. Diamond Head is a popular hiking destination with spectacular views of Waikiki and Oahu's south shore.

Byodo-In Temple - Home to the largest wooden Buddha carved in over 900 years, the Byodo-In is a replica of an ancient temple in Japan and is surrounded by beautiful Japanese gardens.

Just a Few of Many Places to Eat in Hawaii

Old Lahaina Luau (Maui) - An exhilarating presentation of the Polynesians from Hawaii, Tahiti, Rarotonga, New Zealand and Samoa, set to drum beats. Experience the celebrative festival dances of that will take your mind through many regions while enjoying the amazing cuisine of each area.

Gazebo Restaurant at Napili Shores (Maui) - Get there early! It's worth the wait! Well known for offering some of the best breakfast food on the island. Take your pick of pancakes, fried rice, omelets and more!

Waimea Brewing Company (Kauai) - Enjoy outdoor dining in an ancient Hawaiian coconut grove. Sit back and enjoy the combination of great food and micro-brew beer in a relaxing Hawaiian atmosphere.

Brennecke's Beach Broiler (Kauai) - Conveniently located on the beach, offering casual family dining.

Waikiki Beach Walk (Oahu) - Waikiki's newest gathering place for shopping, nightlife, and cuisine.

Pikake Terrace Restaurant (Oahu) - Relax by the poolside setting of Pikake Terrace offering casual dining and nightly Hawaiian entertainment.


Hawaii Vacation Tours

Best Western makes it easy to customize your vacation with unique tour packages. There are many tour packages to choose from including: touring the sights of the city, workshops, and much more!

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