Hawaii: Heaven on Earth

Are you in need of a luxurious break but need a bit of expert inspiration? Why not catch a private jet to a celebrity hotspot; Hawaii? With lush valleys, breathtaking waterfalls, towering coastal cliffs and white and black beaches, the islands of Hawaii boast some of the most spectacular sceneries on Earth.

Here at Vertis Aviation, we not only aim to make your private charter luxurious and comfortable, but we also want your location to be perfect. That’s why we have listed some of the most luxurious hotels and resorts across the main islands of Hawaii.

Royal Hawaiian Resort in Honolulu

First on our list is the Royal Hawaiian Resort in Honolulu. This luxurious resort was known as the “Pink Palace of the Pacific” when it first opened. The Royal Hawaiian Resort has 528 rooms and features modern comfort and refined luxury. Each room provides an intimate lanai for a private vantage point of the sparkling Pacific Ocean. With such a rich history, magnificent architecture and located on the famed Waikiki beach, this resort is an ideal starting point for any adventure in Honolulu.

The Royal Hawaiian Resort is hosting a Matson Archives Exhibit: “Fashion Abroad Matson’s S.S. Lurline And The Royal Hawaiian”. Matson Navigation Company, the company that helped inspire generations of travel to Hawaii by building the resort in 1927, will be sharing rare treasures from its archives during the fashion exhibit. A collection from the 1920s – 1960s will be on display throughout 2019.

Want something a bit more modern? Every Monday and Thursday evenings, The Royal Hawaiian pays homage to Helumoa, the legendary playground of Hawaiian royalty where the resort now stands. Witness a modern interpretation of the traditional Hawaiian feast called ‘Aha‘aina, A Royal Celebration and be indulged in the local culture.

Grand Hyatt Resort and Spa

Second on our luxury places to stay in Hawaii list is the Grand Hyatt Resort and Spa located along the soothing white sands of sunny Poipu on the southern coast of Kauai. This beautiful beachfront resort is a perfect balance of lush mountains and the alluring azure sea. There are a total of 37 suites and exclusive Grand Club accommodations which all incorporate the resorts elegance and commitment to environmental conservation creating a true paradise.  

The area offers abundant local attractions and activities for visitors of all ages, including tranquil bays, unspoiled tropical rainforests, world-class golf courses and a stunning marina. Grand Hyatt Sanya Haitang Bay has plenty to offer, with outdoor pools, a spa and Camp Hyatt programs for kids.

Four seasons resort in Lanai

Third on our list is the famous Four seasons resort in Lanai. This resort is your ideal getaway to an exotic and private paradise where opportunities for adventure and relaxation are just around the corner. The resort re-opened in 2016 after undergoing a multi-million dollar transformation and now offers incredible views over the gold crescent of Hulopo’s Beach to the blue and green waters of a protected marine preserve.  

Verdant botanical gardens, two lagoon-style pools and cascading waterfalls serve as a beautiful backdrop for outdoor art and sculpture. Four Seasons Lana’i at Manele Bay offers two restaurants (including a NOBU), a full-service spa and two legendary golf courses to ensure you have a magnificent time.

However, if you wish to leave the luxury resort and do a bit of exploring then the charming Lanai City should be your first stop. It’s a clear reminder of how the spirit of Hawaii has been preserved on this unspoiled island. Just a handful of mom-and-pop shops and restaurants surrounds Dole Park, where you can shop for fashionable island apparel, souvenirs and art. Don’t miss the Mike Carroll Gallery, where the work of the island’s finest artists is displayed in a traditional bungalow.

Travaasa Hana in Muai

Fourth on our luxury list is the Travaasa Hana in Muai because it’s considered one of the most remarkable resorts in Hawaii. It’s located in the tiny town of Hana on the eastern tip of Maui and will immerse you in the real Hawaii. Timeless local customs like throw-net fishing and lei making are still a fundamental part of this community’s daily life.

The resort’s spacious cottages and private suites set a peaceful mood and some of them offer views of the waves rolling across the Pacific Ocean from their private lanai. In an environment free of radios, clocks and televisions, nothing will distract you from the natural beauty and relaxation of heavenly Hana. Travaasa Hana is located at the end of a three-hour, hair rising coastal drive along Maui’s rugged eastern coastline and is considered to be one of the most scenic routes on the planet.

This resort offers a number of amazing experiences for you and your loved ones to do whilst staying here! The resort promotes different pathways for you to explore: adventure, culinary, culture, fitness and spa & wellness. From stand up paddling, coconut husking and throw net fishing to outdoor yoga and guided meditation, there are countless things to do at the Travaasa Hana Resort.

Andaz Muai at Wailea resort

Lastly on our list is the Andaz Muai at Wailea resort as it radiates luxury. As soon as you enter the resort you’ll feel like you’re worlds away from reality. Accommodations are enhanced at every turn, with modern touches like private lanais for admiring magnificent Hawaii sunsets, baths with ocean and garden view showers and luxurious body products that invigorate both body and mind.

The resort also has two award-winning restaurants. You can share authentic island cuisine served family style at Ka’ana Kitchen or embark on a distinct culinary adventure blending Western and Japanese traditions at Morimoto Maui, led by the acclaimed celebrity chef Masaharu Morimoto. Dip your toes in the sand, explore Hawaii’s vast wonders or lounge poolside with your favourite drink at one of the most luxurious hotels in Hawaii.

If you like adventure, you’re in luck! Wailea is situated on the south shore of the island and allows travellers to experience both adventures on land and under the sea. You can explore the underwater world of the Pacific on a snorkelling expedition across miles of gorgeous reef or take a day trip to ascend the rugged trails of the volcano at Haleakala National Park.

These are just a few places in Hawaii you can fly to with Vertis Aviation. Each one is a perfect place to escape for a few days or a week or two! Brighten up the winter months and fly privately to one of the beautiful islands of Hawaii!

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