All-inclusive resorts in Hawaii are a term you see all the time when searching for the perfect vacation spot in Hawaii. It sad to say, but the term “all inclusive” means “we have everything you could possible want and you don’t have to leave our property for anything.” Sorry, but it doesn’t exist! There was only one hotel in Hawaii that really was “all inclusive” but due to a hurricane, it has closed its doors until it can be fixed.
So, why do other hotels offer an “all inclusive” package that doesn’t include anything you need when staying there? It’s a catch phase…a marketing ploy used by hotel firms around the world, not just in Hawaii. They are suppose to be package deals with airfare, a suite, breakfast, lunch, dinner, and other things you might enjoy, but you have to read the fine print of these “all inclusive” package deals.
All-inclusive resorts in Hawaii only offer some of the things you’ll want when you visit Hawaii. Since there are several islands, a hotel really can’t offer an “all inclusive” as you’ll want to visit the other islands to see what they have to offer. There are tons of things to do in Hawaii, but they’re not all on the same island. Another thing about offering “all inclusive” is you couldn’t afford to take them up on their offer.
It would be much more than you’re willing to pay for a vacation. You may want to see the Alelele Falls, the Seven Sacred Pools, or Hanakapiai Falls, which are not on the same island. So, that all inclusive package deal could cost you more than you’re willing to pay, if you’re staying on the Big Island. As a matter of fact, there are no “all inclusive” packages in the United States at this time. You can find a package deal that will get you close to what you may want to do and see while visiting Hawaii, but nothing that covers everything.
However, Hawaiians understand you want to visit other islands, so, they have packages you can purchase through the hotel where you’re staying. You can visit any of the islands or take an island tour by yourself or go with a group. You can find restaurants close by for lunch and dinner if your package only offers centennial breakfast.
Also, all-inclusive resorts in Hawaii wouldn’t really suit you as you’ll be exploring off property most of the time, anyway. They have public beaches where you can surf or wind sail, boats for fishing trips, luau, which is a Hawaiian meal that normally includes all the food you can eat, beer and wine. It’s a great way to end your visit to Hawaii having a feast with a kalua pig on the beach at sunset. When you book your vacation to Hawaii, be sure to check the fine print for what is in the “all inclusive” package deal you just booked to Hawaii. Keep in mind that all-inclusive resorts in Hawaii is different than what you would expect in other tropical locations.