Despite being an island tucked far away in the Pacific Ocean, away from the hustle and bustle of day-to-day life, Hawaii is a surprisingly easy destination to get to. Flights are plentiful, especially from the United States, and it is very possible to island hop. If you wish to explore the islands by car, vehicle rentals are available at the airport, and your ALL luxury resort has parking. Alternatively, numerous cruise lines call in at Hawaii if you would like to get to your destination in particularly enjoyable style.
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Discover Hawaii’s legendary spa resorts for an experience combining spectacular natural scenery with a blissful island culture.
When one hears the word Hawaii, it instantly conjures up images of pristine white coastlines, lush green jungles filled with colourful flowers, and cocktails on the beach. All these things are absolutely true – but Hawaii and its holiday resorts offer visitors so much more, from thrilling water sports to immaculate, ultra-modern spas.
Frequently asked questions
Hawaii’s natural wonders are so varied and plentiful that you could easily spend your holiday doing nothing but exploring them. Truly, it would take a lifetime to get to know its flora and fauna, but there are lots of exciting ways to do it, including whale watching, mountain tubing and parasailing. Your ALL beach resort also offers lots of opportunities for exploring Hawaii. The Fairmont Kea Lani – Maui, for example, has its own scuba diving centre, while the Fairmont Orchid – Hawaii offers kayaking for guests who would like to explore the spectacular coastline from a unique angle.
Although its food culture might not be as well-known as its spectacular scenery, Hawaii is also a delicious food destination. Because it is a string of islands, it has developed a genuinely unique cuisine using all the fresh fish, seafood, fruit and vegetables which nature provides in abundance. Both the Fairmont Kea Lani – Maui and the Fairmont Orchid – Hawaii holiday resorts have five restaurants each. As a result, guests get a huge amount of variety to choose from, but whichever option they pick – from traditional Hawaiian seafood served in to open air to Asian-style grilled meat – they can be sure the food is cooked to perfection.
Hawaii’s spas and wellness resorts have attained legendary status because they have captured all the laidback spirit of the islands while keeping up to date with the latest wellbeing products, techniques and trends. To give you one example, the Spa Without Walls at the Fairmont Orchid – Hawaii beach resort offers private treatments both indoors and in its delightful gardens, so guests can soak up all Hawaii’s natural healing properties. Alternatively, you might consider the Willow Stream Spa at the Fairmont Kea Lani – Maui. This beautiful space was named the World's Best Hotel Spa - Hawaii in both 2014 and 2015 for its locally inspired treatments delivered using the latest spa technology.
Although the biggest crowds tend to arrive in Hawaii’s luxury resorts in summer and during the Christmas and spring holidays, it is actually a year-round destination. In high season - December to April and July to August – the weather tends to be a little rainier, but these are great times for whale watching and surfing. If you choose to travel in May or September, however, you will find the weather remains mainly sunny and mild. Canny travellers might opt to visit Hawaii in the low season from October to November, however, when the weather is hot and dry but there are not as many people around.