Just Said Yes July 2013

Hawaii All Inclusive Honeymoon

Victoria, on February 16, 2013 at 1:39 PM Posted in Honeymoon 0 3
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I was searching the net trying to find an all inclusive deal for a Hawaiian honeymoon but haven't had much luck. I was hoping someone else has some insight and maybe has booked something similar. We don't want to spend too much but want to fully experience the islands. To save money I've been considering spending the first week in a bungalow and cooking native recipes ourselves then trying to have the second week in an all inclusive resort. Any advice would be awesome! Thanks!!!


  • Kari  Taggard
    August 2019
    Kari Taggard ·

    I don't know of any all inclusive resorts in Hawaii. Keep us posted if you find one though.

  • Krystle Straub
    August 2019
    Krystle Straub ·

    Hi Victoria,

    Unfortunately there are no all-inclusive properties in Hawaii. Many of the hotels will offer a free full-American breakfast/buffet breakfast sometimes they will even through in resort credits that can be used in select restaurants. Norweign Cruise Line has the Pride of America which cruises around the Hawaiian islands, this may be a good option if you would like your meals included. I would love to help you more with your honeymoon. I work for Best Rates Travel and specialize in honeymoons, and there is no charge for my services. My email address is krystle_bestratestravel@live.com.

    Krystle Straub

  • Julia Elzie
    August 2019
    Julia Elzie ·


    There are no all-inclusive resorts in Hawaii, there used to be a semi-inclusive (food, but not drinks) on the Hawaii Island (formerly Big Island). Breakfast included rates are very expensive for $30-$50 per day for 2 people. It is so easy to buy affordable food, find a local restaurant, eat on a beach from a food truck, and the grocery stores are full of reasonable prices on fresh fruit, delicious pastries, tropical yogurts, fresh fish. There are shave ice trucks and stands. My husband and I are foodies and we love eating in Hawaii because restaurants are easy and numerous, around every corner. We often do a suite/condo/villa and eat very, very well.

    Please let me know if I can help you - I am a Hawaii lover and a specialist with 20 years experience.

    Julia Elzie


    E-mail: juliae@mei-travel.com

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