Many of us spend a lifetime dreaming of tropical vacations on faraway beaches. Pineapple drink in hand, a tiny umbrella to top it off and hopping from one exciting adventure to another. Luckily, with a timeshare in Hawaii, these adventures can become a reality. If your dream vacay is best described as a sequence of unforgettable high-end fun, head to the Aloha state. These islands offer up a big dose of unique, Hawaii luxury resorts.

Luxurious Resorts on Oahu, Hawaii

Oahu vacationers have so much to experience and plenty of excursions to partake in. Party oceanfront at Rumfire, an upscale tapas restaurant in Honolulu. Go shopping on Luxury Row for 100,000 square feet of the world’s top fashion brands, or spend the day playing a round of golf at the Ko’olau Golf Club. For sea lovers, take to The Royal Hawaiian Catamaran, a signature vessel that’s 52 feet of luxurious boating. When you’re done exploring the beautiful island of Oahu, head back to one of the best Hawaii luxury resorts for the ultimate comfort and relaxation.

Marriott’s Ko Olina Beach Club

Marriott Vacation Club owners revel in delight when staying at the Ko Olina Beach Club resort. This Marriott luxury resort in Hawaii is one to gush over, with outstanding amenities and comfortable accommodations. Marriott’s Ko Olina Beach Club sits steps away from the crystal clear Pacific Ocean, in a beautifully landscaped and gated community. Take in all of the sunshine you can at one of three outdoor pools, or indulge your senses at the on-site spa.

Accommodations here bring that extra touch of comfort with extra space, fully-equipped kitchens, and incredible views. Choose from a mountain view to see Hawaii’s tropical landscapes or an ocean view for soothing waves and sunshine. The whole family can relax in one, two or three-bedroom villas that offer privacy and pillow-soft beds.

Grand Waikikian by Hilton Grand Vacations

Located on the Waikiki Beach Walk, the Grand Waikikian by Hilton Grand Vacations is a great Hawaii luxury resort that will blow you away. Sitting on the world-renowned Waikiki Beach, this is also a prime surfing spot in Hawaii. Get your wetsuit on and hit the beach, or relax at one of four pools. This resort is great especially for bringing the kids along with their Camp Penguin children’s program. Guests can also enjoy on-site dining for convenience, as well as tons of restaurants and shopping only minutes away. Each suite comes with full kitchens, washers/dryers, and separate living room space for maximum comfort.

The Best Hawaii Resorts On Kauai

Taking a trip to Kauai? See the sea in style with a catamaran on the Napali coast, overshadowed by 3,500-foot cliffs. Take a hike through these beautiful rock formations, and get a glimpse of humpback whales in November through March. Kaui also has beautiful resorts to offer from some of the best vacation clubs like Wyndham and Marriott.

Wyndham Kauai Beach Villas

Just a hop, skip, and jump away from Kauai’s main airport lies Wyndham’s Kauai’s Beach Villas. Club Wyndham owners can use their points for a stay here, or you can find units available to rent. For a quaint, laid-back luxury Hawaii resort, this is your spot. Kauai’s Beach Villas sit oceanfront and greets visitors with an “Aloha” craved into the shrubs. The cozy atmosphere makes guests feel right at home, especially with fully-equipped kitchens in every unit.

Marriott’s Kauai Lagoons-Kalanipu’u

There’s nothing quite like Marriott’s Kauai Lagoons-Kalanipu’u resort. The multi-level pool set in front of Kauai’s dreamy landscape offers a tranquil experience. You’ll see cliffs towering over the ocean while sitting in your gorgeous, fully-furnished private balcony or patio. Each villa has french doors that open up to an incredible view of the ocean or mountains of Hawaii. If you’re a fan of golf, you’ll love the golf course only steps away from the resort that borders the shores. Villas come in two or three-bedrooms, giving you the extra space you need to stretch out and relax.

Luxury Resorts On the Island of Maui

There’s definitely no shortage of things to do on Maui. When you’re staying at a Hawaii timeshare, indulge in the interactive dining experience at Maui Chef’s Table, where guests have their meals prepared right in front of them. In the mood for an ocean drive? Take a classic car out for the day with Maui Roadsters, which offers 1957 Porche 356 Speedster Convertibles. For a real bird’s-eye view of all the beauty of Maui, be sure to take a helicopter tour and get a glimpse of Mt. Haleakala from above.

Hyatt Ka’anapali Beach Resort

A favorite among Hyatt Residence Club owners, the Hyatt Ka’anapali Beach Resort sprawls across over 40 acres of oceanfront land. Poolside bars in mad-made caves, a spa, and rooftop gazing will complete your trip. When staying at this Hawaii luxury resort, guests have panoramic views of gorgeous mountainside or oceanfront scenery. The zero-entry Wailele lagoon pool is decorated by palm trees and lounge chairs right next to the ocean. Grab a cocktail while soaking up the sun from the tiki bar, or enjoy snacks from the Lahaina Provision Company.

Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas

The Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas is another option through Vistana Signature Network. This resort is nestled between the West Maui Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. Along with expected vacation ownership amenities, guests will never have to leave this resort. Complete with a spa, restaurants and grocery store, Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas are a complete luxurious Hawaiian resort experience.

Hawaii Luxury Resorts On the Big Island

A trip to the Big Island is one for the books. Book a private dinner on the beach at the Four Seasons, have a crafted cup of coffee from the experts at Daylight Mind Coffee Company and enjoy a stay at one of Hawaii’s best luxury resorts.

Bay Club at Waikoloa Beach Resort

Sitting between two champion golf courses, the Bay Club at Waikoloa Beach Resort is one of the largest and best Hawaii luxury resorts. Hilton Grand Vacations Club owners can unwind at one of two swimming pools, play a round of tennis, and enjoy incredible views of Waiulua Bay. One and two-bedroom suites offer a generous amount of space, fully-equipped kitchens, and washers/dryers.

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Mia Reid is a University of Central Florida graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in English - Creative Writing. She specializes in writing, editing, search engine optimization, as well as graphic design and digital marketing. Mia's past experience is diverse, with a history of interning at UCF's own literary magazine, blog writing for local nonprofits and making weekly op-ed pieces for The Odyssey. She has lived in Orlando, Florida for 21 years and enjoys hiking, spending time at her local lake and being with her family.

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