10 Things You Gotta Do In Paradise
You Do? Getting married in Hawaii is so popular, the Tourist Board features it prominently on its Website. Traveling to Hawaii to exchange vows has become so popular, in fact, that a bevy of wedding planners are waiting to make your walk down the aisle that much less hectic. Of course, the islands are a great way to test your love. Will she mind if, the next morning, you try to sneak in a quick nine? For more info, visit www.gohawaii.com.
For more information on all things Hawaii, check out www.gohawaii.com. There’s an endless amount of information on hotels, golf and spas. Plus, the site is in seven languages.
5 Resorts Where You Should Stay
1. Kona Village Resort, Big Island
Stay in a “hale” (or bungalow) at this “Gilligan’s Island meets Five-Star resort.” Although it’s first class, feel free to leave the coat and tie at home. It’s the islands.
2. Grand Hyatt Poipu, Kauai
A great retreat for the entire family. Just across the street from Poipu Bay, home of the Grand Slam of Golf.
3. Princeville, Kauai
The beach may be pint-sized, but there’s great snorkeling just a few feet from shore. It’s the views of Hanalei Bay that stick with guests after they leave.
4. Four Seasons Resort, Maui
First-class service is par for the course at the Four Seasons. Plus, snorkeling equipment is gratis for one hour.
5. Turtle Bay Resort, Oahu
With plenty of solitude (it’s 40 minutes from the airport), Turtle Bay is a far cry from the jam-packed city of Waikiki. Stay in a beach cottage. Every one has ocean views.
5 Packages That'll Save You $$$
1. Prince Resorts Unlimited Package
Play unlimited golf at Hawaii Prince GC, Makena, Hapuna and Mauna Kea, plus have breakfast for two. $349-$515
2. Tease For Two At Princeville
18-hole round of golf on the Prince or Makai Course, plus a 50-min massage. $199-$249
3. Grand Slam Package
Three rounds of golf at Poipu Bay, cart and use of driving range for guests of the Grand Hyatt Kauai. $300-$360
4. 2006 Golf Packages
Room and one round of golf on either Kauai Lagoons course. $360-$510
5. Unlimited Golf Challenge
Three days of unlimited golf on the Arnold Palmer and George Fazio courses at Turtle Bay. Includes oceanfront accommodations.
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