Hotels in Hawaii

Hotels in Hawaii

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Welcome to Hawaii

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Key Info

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Languages

The most commonly spoken language is English.

Currency & Cost

The currency used in Hawaii is the US dollar.

£10 = a main course or a half litre carafe of wine.

Local Time

10 hours behind the UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

The weather can change a lot in Hawaii, even across small distances. The north-east side of the islands tend to get more rain and wind. The wet season is from October to March while the dry season is April to September. Peak tourism is in late December and January, while the hurricane season is June to November – although this tends not to affect Hawaii.
Families should choose a hotel on Oahu, where they’ll find plenty of coastal and city attractions. The state capital, Honolulu, is in the south of the island. Explore the luxurious Waikiki area, home to exceptional eateries and popular beach resorts. Head north to Pearl Harbour to find out more about the area’s tragic history or venture up to northern Oahu, where you’ll find Hawaii’s best big-wave surfing on its eleven-kilometre shore.Choose a hotel on Kauai to explore Hawaii’s unforgettable natural landscape. Best suited to couples or active groups, it’s a place of unspoilt beauty. On the west of the island, you’ll find the dramatic Waimea Canyon and Kokee State Park’s 70 kilometres of trails. Visit Hanapepe in the south-west to explore the island’s unique art scene, which is crammed into eclectic galleries and souvenir shops.Tour the world on one island by opting for a hotel on Big Island. Experience different climates from the polar tundras of Mauna Kea’s peaks to the tropical wet area of Kona. Families and groups will enjoy visiting the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and Punaluu Black Sand beach in the south. Head west to enjoy the bustling nightlife of Kona or venture north-east to see the waterfall at Wailuku state park.Hotels on Maui are great for couples and nature-loving families. Home to endless beautiful beaches along the Honoapilani Highway in the north and the legendary Road to Hana in the east, you’ll never run out of things to see.

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