You won’t find traditional all inclusive resorts in Hawaii. Instead, travelers are encouraged to leave their hotels (when they’re not digging their toes in the sand, of course) and explore the tropical islands—from the screensaver-worthy beaches of Maui to the profound history in Oahu.
However, some resorts offer all inclusive Hawaii packages (or nearly all inclusive Hawaii deals). If you’re looking for an all inclusive Hawaii vacation with the kids, consider one of these fantastic all inclusive Hawaii resorts.
1. Travaasa Hana – Maui
The all inclusive Hawaii resort package at Travaasa Hana in Maui includes accommodations, all meals, Wi-Fi, and a $175 resort credit per person, per stay. (Yes, it can be used at the spa)! It also includes all gratuities and activities, plus extras like welcome snacks and bottled water. The Travaasa Hana might as well be an all inclusive Hawaii resort!
2. Royal Kona Resort – Big Island
Elect the “Royal Experience” at Royal Kona Resort. It’s a semi-inclusive package that includes a discounted oceanfront guestroom, complimentary breakfast daily, a luau on one evening and a sunset dinner cruise. While the package is designed for two guests, kids can easily be added to the package. A minimum five-night stay is required. Air-inclusive packages are also available.
3. Royal Lahaina Resort – Maui
Royal Kona Resort has a sister in Maui: Royal Lahaina Resort. This all inclusive Hawaii resort also offers a “Royal Experience” for guests staying five nights or longer. It includes a discounted oceanview room, breakfast on the house, a luau and a sunset cruise.
4. Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa – Oahu
Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa offers families the ability to create personalized packages for a nearly all inclusive Hawaii resort experience. Aulani also includes a ton of amenities and services in rates, with character meet-and-greets, a water park, pool parties, a kids’ club and so much more among the complimentary offerings. The bucket list resort, situated on Oahu, also offers spacious villas for large groups, and doesn’t charge a resort fee.