Accommodations range from deluxe oceanfront resort properties to quaint inns, local hotels, campgrounds, bed-and-breakfasts and condominiums. Most properties are fairly well-managed, clean and more than adequate. Some visitors prefer staying at a megaresort. These properties are universes unto themselves, with every amenity, facility and diversion imaginable. Others prefer smaller facilities, which may have a more authentic Hawaiian flavor. Families traveling with children should inquire about properties with keiki
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Each island has state and county campgrounds, although facilities aren't always first-rate. Check with the Department of Parks and Recreation on each island for information on permits, costs and availability.
Whatever accommodations you choose, book far in advance.< Show Less