Hawaii Hotel Deals
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Hawaii Hotel Deals
Enjoy all the tropical ambiance of Hawaii on a small travel budget by finding the best local hotels.
Best Time of Year to Get a Cheap Hotel
Hawaii has several low seasons with affordable prices. Visit early in the year around the end of January or any time in February, and you can avoid the holiday crowds. September and October are popular for affordable Hawaiian vacations as well. Most families are headed back to school by this time, yet the temperatures in Hawaii are still comfortably warm. For spring travel, you can find the best deals during the first two weeks of March. After this point, spring breakers will flood the Hawaiian Islands, driving average hotel prices up. Keep an eye on the local calendar as you plan your visit as well. If your stay coincides with a major event like the Honolulu Marathon in December or the Hawaii International Film Festival in October, you'll see higher prices.
Areas in Hawaii with the Best Hotels
If you're looking for a cheap hotel in Hawaii, there are a few smart strategies you can use. Remember that all of Hawaii is beautiful, so you don't need to score an oceanfront room for stunning views and beach access. Staying a few more blocks from the water can help you trim your travel budget significantly. The added distance, meanwhile, may help you discover some outlying restaurants or attractions you would otherwise miss. On Oahu, Waikiki Beach is the best area for budget hotels. In Maui, try Ka'anapali Beach or Lahaiana. The best way to save money on the Big Island of Hawaii is to retreat from the major tourist bustle and try an area like Kalani that's more secluded.
Tourist Attractions and Nightlife
Hawaii is comprised of four major islands, each with their own perks. Kauai is known as the Garden Isle for its natural beauty and attractions like Kokee State Park, Wailua Falls, Waimea Canyon, and the stunning coastal Kalalau Trail. Maui, known as the Valley Isle, offers whale watching from Lahaina Town, scenic drives down the Hana Highway, and ample sun and sand in Makena Beach State Park. The Big Island of Hawaii offers metropolitan highlights in downtown Hilo as well as historic treasures in Historic Kailua-Kona Town. You can see the most active volcano in the world at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Oahu is known for its nightlife with a plethora of bars, clubs, and live music in Waikiki. Historic Pearl Harbor and stunning snorkeling spots in Hanauma Bay are available here as well.