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While each island has its own personality, there are some consistencies you can count on with Hawaiian hotels. If you’re interested in accommodations with a balcony or patio, you’ll want a room with a lanai. On-site gardens pretty much guarantee the presence of palm trees and hibiscus—the official state flower. Yet room decor and amenities vary from property to property. While many Hawaiian hotels incorporate island-inspired accents such as floral artwork and wood furnishings, others opt for modern minimalism. Whether you prefer boutique properties where you’re treated like ʻohana (family) or deluxe resorts where you’ll feel like royalty, follow this guide to discover the best hotels across the Hawaiian Islands.