Las Vegas & Hawaii  

A trip to remember

Swap the casinos of Vegas for the soft sands of Hawaii

What better place to pause your journey to Hawaiian paradise than a few nights in fabulous Las Vegas? It’s the perfect stopover on your way to Hawaii, with plenty of time to continue the party in lively Oahu before unwinding on the pristine beaches of Maui. You’ll fly back to the UK from Maui, with an airport layover on your way back east.

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9 nights
Las Vegas, Oahu, Maui

Breaking up the flight to Hawaii in style

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Las Vegas

Prepare to be dazzled

Break up the flight from London to Hawaii in Las Vegas with a blast of desert heat and enter a world of pure imagination. Las Vegas kicks off your holiday in inimitable style.

What to do in Las Vegas

Take a tour

Step away from the casinos and head to the southern point of The Strip to take a customary snap at the famous ‘Welcome to the Fabulous Las Vegas’ sign. Looking for an aerial view? Glide over the strip on a helicopter flight to see the razzle-dazzle from the skies, or head further afield for a phenomenal view over the Grand Canyon.

Where to stay in Las Vegas

Stay in an iconic hotel

Choose a hotel like the pyramid-shaped Luxor, the famous New York New York or MGM Grand for a classic Vegas stay. When it comes to Las Vegas, you have an exceptional choice of hotels.

Oahu

Fly west

Swap the desert sands of Las Vegas with the beaches of Hawaii, flying six and a half hours across the Pacific Ocean to paradise shores. You’ll land in Honolulu and stay in one of the impressive beachfront resorts at Waikiki, just a short transfer away.

What to do in Oahu

Relax on sunny shores

Waikiki, located on the south shore of Honolulu, is one of the most popular destinations in Hawaii. This buzzy neighbourhood is known for its white-sand beaches, crystal-clear waters, and perfect waves. It’s also a hub of activity, with plenty of restaurants, shops, and entertainment options to keep you busy.

Where to stay in Oahu

Big and beautiful beach resorts

Large beachfront resorts are a common sight in Waikiki, with many boasting ocean views and easy access to the beach. The Laylow Waikiki is one of our favourites, with its chic and fresh design.

Maui

Beach bliss

Hop on a quick flight from Oahu to Maui and find yourself surrounded by a tropical paradise of palm trees and sandy beaches on an island known as the Valley Isle. Explore the island's rich history, observe the diverse wildlife, and try activities like hiking and snorkelling.

What to do in Maui

Visit Wailea

Maui is famous for its natural beauty, pristine beaches lapped by clear water, lush rainforests with beautiful waterfalls, and towering volcanic mountains. Maui is also home to world-class resorts and a thriving culinary scene.

Where to stay in Maui

Beautiful resorts

Most of Maui’s resorts are large, with plenty of activities and restaurants to make a beach holiday as relaxing as possible. Hotel Wailea should be on your radar if you're travelling without children – it's a wonderful and well-regarded hotel.