Best All-Inclusive Resorts in Hawaii

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Unlike Jamaica or Cancun where all-inclusive resorts are common, Hawaii doesn't have many. This is because it's a safe destination and tourists are encouraged to venture outside the hotel for dining, excursions, and other sight-seeing. But, if you're looking to minimize your decision-making, there are a couple of hotels that offer all-inclusive packages. Check out our list of the best hotels with all-inclusive packages in Hawaii and start planning your next vacation.

  1. The Travaasa Hana, Maui overlooking Hana Bay delivers rustic luxury in the middle of Maui's lush, secluded east coast. Guests can expect incredible service, a top spa, excellent food, a long list of stuff to do, and only 70 rooms on acres of uncrowded property. The rooms are large, clean, sleekly furnished -- and stripped of TVs, air conditioners, clocks, and radios. The all-inclusive package includes three meals daily, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages, and a $125 resort credit per person per day, which can be used toward spa treatments and private classes.

  2. A 15-minute walk outside Kaanapali's main strip, the family-owned Royal Lahaina has what the Kaanapali mega-resorts lack -- a quiet, isolated beachfront. Its amenities -- just three small pools, a nightly luau, and an 11-court tennis facility -- don't rival those at the mega-resorts, but this is still a great pick for peace and relaxation. They offer an all-inclusive package that includes a breakfast buffet, lunch, and a three-course dinner daily, plus $40 beverage credit per room.