Hawaii Resort Reviews

Golf resort reviews from major Hawaii destinations: Big Island, Kauai, Lanai, Maui, Molokai, Oahu

  • Makena Golf Course - hole 15 Maui Makeover: Makena Beach & Golf Resort on the comeback trail

    After a few tumultuous years, the buzz is back at Makena Beach & Golf Resort on Maui as the property is celebrating its 25th anniversary and wrapping up its first extensive renovation. The buzz, though, isn't too loud. Makena, after all, is meant to be a peaceful place, Brandon Tucker writes.
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  • Kaanapali Beach Resort on Maui Kaanapali Beach Resort on Maui offers variety, excitement, tranquility

    It's no secret visitors flock to Maui to escape from it all. And Kaanapali Beach Resort offers an ideal getaway. All the comforts of home -- and then some -- are at your fingertips. Whether it's a romantic getaway or a family vacation, the five hotel resorts and six condominium resorts offer the variety and size to fit all your needs.
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  • Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa - Black Rock Ancient 'Black Rock' still the main attraction at posh Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa

    The Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa stakes claim as both the "oldest" and "newest" resort in the Ka'anapali development near Lahaina. Being the first resort to break ground in 1963, the property underwent a major renovation and expansion project in 1996. With the renovations and upgrades to most areas, what was a property much older than anything in Wailea or Kapalua hardly feels that way, Brandon Tucker writes.
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  • Hawaii Prince Hotel Paradise found: Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki and Golf Club in Honolulu

    Visit the Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki and Golf Club, where world statesmen mingle nearby the average Joe. The 27-hole golf course, designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay, provides an escape from the bustle and excitement of Honolulu. Near the hotel, you'll find a collection of million-dollar yachts, shopping, restaurants and plenty of people-watching opportunities, Mike Bailey writes.
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  • Manele Bay Hotel The Manele Bay Hotel Named 'Best Golf Resort In North America' By Conde Nast Traveler

    The Lana'i Resorts continue to receive top honors as they celebrate their 10th anniversary. Most recently The Manele Bay Hotel achieved the #1 spot on Condé Nast Traveler's 6th annual survey where readers pick "The 50 Best Golf Resorts in North America" and The Lodge at Koele received a "Top Service in Hawaii" rating from the Travel & Leisure readers' poll for "World's Best Service."
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  • W Hotel - Honolulu Honolulu's W Hotel: W Stands for Wonderful

    It's not yet one of the world's best-known hotel chains. In fact, W Hotel could just as easily be referred to as Who?Tel. But if you want a respite from Honolulu's large crowds while still staying on popular Waikiki Beach, the W (formerly the Colony Surf Hotel) is an outstanding choice.
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  • Prince Hapuna Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel

    On the Big Island of Hawaii, Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel is upbeat, breezy and dramatic. Sharing 1,839 acres of oceanfront paradise with the legendary Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, the Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel opened in 1994.
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  • Princeville Princeville Resort

    With lush landscaping and brilliant tropical flowers in abundance, the Princeville Resort is dazzling in its natural beauty offering 23 acres terraced along the bluff facing Hanalei Bay. Since its opening in 1990, the Prince Course has been consistently chosen among the top golf courses in the country by GOLF DIGEST, GOLF Magazine, GOLFWEEK Magazine, and LINKS Magazine.
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  • Hyatt Kauai Hyatt Regency Kauai

    The ultimate "Hawaiian Classic" resort with architecture and decor reminiscent of Hawaii's golden age of the 1920s and '30s, on a spectacular 50-acre oceanfront setting on Keoneloa Bay, part of the world-famous Poipu Beach District; rated 6th on Conde-Nast Traveler's "Top 10 Tropical Resorts".
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  • Turtle Bay Resort Turtle Bay Resort

    The resort features two lushly landscaped pools, two championship golf courses, ten tennis courts, horse back riding, hiking and mountain bike trails, world-class dining and shopping. The Arnold Palmer Course at the Turtle Bay Resort is located next to the big-wave surfing locations on Oahu's famed North Shore with the front nine having characteristics of a Scottish links.
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  • Prince Mauna Kea Golf Prince Mauna Kea Beach Hotel

    The world-renowned Mauna Kea Beach Hotel is located on beautiful Kauna'oa Bay, considered by many to be the island's single most picturesque beach. The incomparable Mauna Kea Golf Course offers golfers the perfect challenge to match their level of play. Created by Robert Trent Jones, Sr., the 18-hole championship course presents dramatic changes in elevation, large undulating greens, and 120 well-placed bunkers.
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  • Hyatt Waikiki Hyatt Regency Waikiki

    The Hyatt Regency Waikiki features 1,230 oversized guestrooms and suites, each with a romantic secluded terrace and spectacular view of the ocean or mountains, close to plenty of golf on the Hawaiian island as well.
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  • Hyatt Maui 3 Hyatt Regency Maui

    This "fantasy resort" offers a multitude of activities including championship golf, kayaking, snorkeling, scuba diving, tennis, and windsurfing, all within steps of the resort. Spectacular waterfalls, landscaped grounds featuring exotic birds, wildlife and an extensive Asia/Pacific art collection, a lava rock grotto and a 150-foot enclosed lava tube waterslide divide the hotel's half-acre pool.
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  • Molokai Lodge Golf Sheraton Molokai Lodge & Beach Village

    From Hawaii's longest waterfall to the highest seacliffs on Earth, the Island of Molokai is a natural wonderland - and the Sheraton Molokai Lodge puts you right in the middle of it all.
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  • Kapalua Bay 1 Kapalua Bay Hotel

    At once profoundly intimate and undeniably grand, the Kapalua Bay Hotel is a 18-acre bastion of tropical splendor embracing Maui's spectacular Kapalua Bay. It is a resort of rare beauty, where contemporary luxury meets Hawaiian grace. Boasting three world-class golf courses, the state's largest staff of PGA professionals, some of Maui's most spectacular views, a bevy of prestigious accolades, and a state-of-the-art Golf Academy, Kapalua is considered by many as the "golf mecca of the Pacific."
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  • Maui Prince Hotel

    All rooms open to a central courtyard featuring immaculate Japanese gardens and mesmerizing koi ponds. The moving quilt work of color is a wonderful contrast to the precision landscaping of the trees, shrubs and rocks. Maui Prince Hotel in Makena is known for its warm white-sand beaches, great tennis and the famous Makena Golf Courses. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr., these unique courses boast 36 spectacular holes of the most pristine golf imaginable.
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  • Fairmont Orchid Maunalani Fairmont Orchid at Mauna Lani

    The resort is situated on 32 beachfront acres along the semi-tropical Kohala Coast, on the Northwestern coast of Hawaii. With 538 guestrooms and suites, the resort offers a full-service spa and fitness center, 42,000 square feet of function space, three restaurants, 10 tennis courts, and is located close to two 18-hole golf courses.
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  • Kapalua 2 Kapalua Villas

    The Kapalua Villas is the only Maui condominium rentals with Kapalua golf and resort privileges. No other program provides golf packages, complimentary tennis, and charging privileges in shops and restaurants on the Kapalua Resort. The Kapalua Villas is the perfect choice for travelers seeking more than hotel lodging. The Kapalua resort is 1,650 acres of peaceful seclusion and refined pleasures along three miles of shoreline on the northwestern tip of the Hawaiian island of Maui.
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