Has The White Lotus made you book a vacation to Hawaii yet? If not, this article is the sign you’ve been waiting for!
The recently released HBO Max series, The White Lotus, has drawn much attention to the classy, exclusive, and glamorous hotels of Hawaii. The locations have been captured so mesmerizingly that it’s impossible for the audiences to keep their eyes away from the exquisite architecture.
Among the lavishly featured hotels is the Four Seasons Resort Maui, the hotel where the series has primarily been filmed. If you love the feel of luxurious vacations, get ready to be blown away. This series and the shots from the beautiful resort will transport you straight to Hawaii, right from within your living room!
But the Four Seasons Resort Maui isn’t the only eye candy you can expect if you plan a Hawaiian vacay. There are a handful of other classy hotels as well that showcase similar architecture and offer luxurious amenities.
Here’s a quick look at three Hawaiian hotels that will make you want to binge-watch The White Lotus again.
The Westin, Hapuna Beach Resort
This lovely resort, along with its 18 hole golf course and 249 rooms, resides on the shores of Hapuna Bay. The bedroom-area varieties range from 670 to 3,500 square feet, along with a 6,800 square foot common pool.
Apart from the exquisite and luxurious rooms, the resort has other amenities such as an adults-only infinity pool, fitness studio, spa, and scrumptious menus at three restaurants. This unique resort is perfect for those who wish to opt out of a traditional resort and enjoy the extravagant facilities.
Espacio, The Jewel of Waikiki
The nightly starting price of this lavish and exquisite hotel is $5,000. In addition to their 2,250 sq. ft. bedrooms which occupy the whole floor, this luxury hotel has three ocean-facing suites attached with Jacuzzis in the balcony. Additionally, there are several other posh amenities, such as a private dry sauna, Bulgari bath products, and a fully equipped kitchen that comes with a customized selection of snacks and beverages.
Grand Wailea, A Waldorf Astoria Resort
With its 40 acres of luscious land, this resort has set the bar quite high in comparison to the hotels in New York and Amsterdam. The 2,000 feet long pool, along with its adjustable lounges and tented cabanas inspired from the Greek, is a major attraction to tourists. Additionally, the private villas with panoramic views of the ocean are equipped with three-bedroom sets, luxury kitchens, and private grills.
Wrapping it up
Though we’ve picked only three of them for this piece, we can assure you that the list of luxurious Hawaiian hotels is endless. Each having its own unique decor and amenities, Hawaiian resorts are the hottest spots to visit right now.