Updated: Jun 5
Are there all inclusive resorts in Hawaii? The Gypsea Traveller is a Hawaii Travel Agency. The Owner, Libbi is a travel agent that lives in Hawaii. She has visited all of the Hawaiian Islands and lives on Oahu and has information about all inclusive resorts in Hawaii below.
The question "Are there all inclusive resorts in Hawaii?" gets asked all the time. The easy answer is there are no all-inclusive resorts in Hawaii, however there are resorts that have club level rooms that often include breakfast, appetizers and sometimes drinks!
I'm going to answer the questions "Are there all inclusive resorts in Hawaii?" below and breakdown the resorts in Hawaii that have club options and what they include!
1. Hyatt Regency Maui, Kauai and Waikiki
Hyatt Regency has the Regency Club that includes access to a private lounge with daily continental breakfast, refreshments and snacks throughout the day and light appetizers and desserts in the evening. Alcoholic drinks are not included on Maui and Kauai but are included in the evenings in Waikiki.
2. Outrigger on Oahu and Big Island
Outrigger Waikiki, Outrigger Reef Waikiki and Outrigger Kona all have the Voyager 47 Club. The club is private with daily breakfast and Kona coffee as well as evening appetizers and drinks including local craft beer, wine and a signature cocktail. The Outrigger Beachcomber and Honua Kai do not have a Voyager 47 Club.
3. Prince Waikiki
The Prince Waikiki has a Club Lounge for guests staying in Club-level rooms. Guests get complimentary breakfast, afternoon snacks, evening appetizers, and beer and wine and tap.
4. Alohilani Resort Waikiki
The Alohilani has the Longboard Club which includes daily breakfast including their signature Acai bowl and custom coffee blends. They also have an evening service with wine and draft beer, as well as cheese/charcuterie selections and a made to order pasta station. A sample of their breakfast and evening menu is here.
5.The Twin Fin
The Twin Fin was the Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel. It's been renovated but they still have their Coconut Club which is on the 21st floor and includes breakfast each morning.
6. Fairmont Orchid and Kea Lani
Both the Fairmont Orchid on the Big Island and the Kea Lani on Maui have Fairmont Gold rooms which allow access to their Gold Lounge. It includes a signature welcome amenity, bottle of champagne on arrival, daily hot breakfast, evening appetizers, non-alcoholic and espresso beverages, fruit and dry snack bar and a honor bar.
7. Westin Maui
Guests staying in the Hokupa'a Rooms and Suites get access to the Hokupa'a Lounge. There is a private bar and pool up there as well as free daily breakfast. All drinks from the bar are an additional cost.
8. Grand Wailea Maui
If you stay in the Napua Rooms and Suites, you get access to the Napua Lounge. The lounge includes daily breakfast with coffee and tea, afternoon snacks and beverages and evening cocktails, appetizers and desserts.
9. Embassy Suites Waikiki
The Embassy Suites in Waikiki comes with free breakfast for all guests! They also have an evening reception with appetizers and drinks for guests as well. The best part is you do not have to upgrade your room for these benefits. All guests have access.
10. Hyatt Place Waikiki
Hyatt Place Waikiki offers a free breakfast buffet to all guests. You do not have to have a special room or upgrade your room for breakfast.
If you've been dreaming of a Hawaiian vacation, but don't know where to start to plan your vacation, book your zoom consultation with The Gypsea Traveller to learn more. Libbi can help you book a vacation package that includes your flight, the perfect resort for you, car rental or airport transfers and insurance. She can also custom design an itinerary for you based on excursion and restaurant recommendations. Sometimes my clients are surprised with free breakfast or amenities at some of the resorts at no additional cost to them!
Libbi lives in Hawaii and has visited all of the Hawaiian Islands. She loves helping clients book their dream vacation to the Hawaiian Islands. You can visit www.thegypseatraveller.com and click on "Schedule Consult" to choose a date/time to zoom with Libbi, The Gypsea Traveller