Los Angeles & Hawaii  

Hello Hollywood, Aloha Hawaii!

All the action of Los Angeles combined with exciting Waikiki and the intoxicatingly calm vibes of Maui

You begin your holiday in Los Angeles, where you can enjoy a stylish and relaxing start to your trip. You can spend your time in LA on the beach, perhaps in Santa Monica or even Huntington Beach. Or base yourself in Hollywood for easy access to star attractions. Next, you’ll fly west to explore two contrasting sides of Hawaii — the vibrant Waikiki Beach and the serene Maui. You’ll fly home from Maui, breaking up your journey back to the UK with a short airport layover.

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9 nights
Los Angeles, Oahu, Maui

Making the most of a stopover in LA

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Los Angeles

City of Angels

You’ll need to break up the long flight from the UK to Hawaii. Los Angeles is an ideal place to make an extended stop and give yourself a breather from the long-haul flight. Not only get to enjoy the California sunshine, but you also start getting used to the new time zone.

What to do in Los Angeles

Explore LA

Consider a Go City LA All-Inclusive Pass to access over 40 tours and attractions. Take a Celebrity Homes Tour in Malibu, hike to Griffith Park for a panoramic city view, or spend a day soaking up the sun on the Santa Monica boardwalk with a bike or rollerblade rental.

Santa Monica

Where to stay in Los Angeles

The hotels to know

Choose Shutters on the Beach for a luxurious beachy vibe, Dream for Hollywood opulence, or The Garland for an irresistible indie vibe, just ten minutes from Universal Studios.

Oahu

Fly west

Leave Los Angeles behind for the six-hour flight over the Pacific Ocean to Hawaii. You’ll land in Honolulu, where most hotels are nearby in Waikiki. Stretch your legs and soak up the energy along Kalakaua Avenue – a palm-lined boulevard set back to Waikiki Beach - after a short transfer from the airport.

What to do in Oahu

Beach bliss and vibrant nightlife

Oahu is Hawaii’s epicentre and home to the state’s vibrant capital, Honolulu. It’s a hub of activity that appeals to all types, whether you want to get adventurous on the waves, tour cultural sites, or let loose with a night on the town. Beyond Honolulu, you’ll find pretty botanical gardens and idyllic beaches.

Where to stay in Oahu

Big and beautiful beach resorts

Large beachfront resorts fringe the busy shoreline in Waikiki. Consider The Laylow for its lush greenery and easygoing feel or the historic Royal Hawaiian, known as the Pink Palace.

Maui

Calm and low-key

It takes less than an hour to fly from Oahu to Maui. An island of swaying palm trees and hula dances on sandy shorelines might be the first thing your imagination conjures up, but look a little further and uncover history, wildlife, and endless ways to get active. Or give in to the laid-back vibes with a good book and a dose of sunshine.

What to do in Maui

Visit Wailea

Wailea’s crescent-shaped beaches might command most of the attention, but it’s also home to resorts, golf courses, spas, and shops. The restaurants here are great too, leaning on the local bounty to produce creative and delicious dishes.

Where to stay in Maui

Resorts galore

Maui is home to some magnificent beachfront resorts. Many are perfect for families, but if you want something quieter, consider the exceptional adults-only Hotel Wailea for a luxurious island stay.