United States Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all United States activity »
  1. 1 Drive time from Lynwood to CenturyLink Field
  2. 2 Vegas-GC-Page-Bryce-Zion-Vegas
  3. 3 Trip Report http://beautyskintry.com/addium/
  4. 4 Frustrated with VRBO owners
  5. 5 New Hawaii countdown for 2014-15
  6. 6 UPDATED 10 days in Cali: SD to SF
  7. 7 Driving from Missoula to Many Glacier Hotel
  8. 8 How to break up trip between San Francisco and Laguna Niguel
  9. 9 Brainstorming - city to visit for disabled young man
  10. 10 Driving from Seattle to San Deigo
  11. 11 Napa Valley Weekend
  12. 12 2 weeks to see Grand Canyons, ending in Las Vegas, where to start?
  13. 13 New York: "It's SOOOOOOOO Touristy"
  14. 14 Trip Report Boston--Another Art Mission
  15. 15 We're missing one night's hotel accommodation in Glacier NP
  16. 16 NYC- LaGuardia to Rye
  17. 17 Carlsbad Caverns
  18. 18 Where to Stay in San Francisco for one night
  19. 19 Trip Report Kauai - wow, just WOW!!!
  20. 20 Boston, Maine, Nantucket/MV, RI,
  21. 21 Fun activities in Lubbock with 7 year old?
  22. 22 Trip Report Returned from Sedona
  23. 23 50th Anniversary Trip
  24. 24 Trip to Colorado in one week, RMNP
  25. 25 Trip from Anchorage to Homer, AK
View next 25 » Back to the top

Hawaii Spring Break Itinerary Feedback, please

Jump to last reply

Hi! My DH and I and our 2 teen daughters are planning a trip to Hawaii the first full week of April. We will arrive late afternoon on Saturday, April 5 and head back to snowy Michigan on the evening of Sunday, April 13. I know it would be nicer to have more time, but work and school dictate these dates. Have a budget of 300-500 per night for hotels. I have been shopping and have found some great promo rates on Oahu. Maui is crazy pricey, but not much I can do about that.

Here's what I'm planning… Sat-Mon nights stay at Outrigger Reef on Waikiki, Tues head up to the North Shore for 2 nights at Turtle Bay Resort, Thursday afternoon take a flight to Maui and spend 3 nights at the Westin Resort at Kaanapali. Then home. We will have a car both places to tour around.

I think this is a good mix of activity (for the teens) and relaxation, but am wondering if it's too much jumping around. Does it make sense to stay 2 places on Oahu? Also, we could arrive Friday night instead of Saturday afternoon, but not sure if the extra night of hotel is worth arriving 16 hours earlier. Thoughts are appreciated as I am booking this week.

10 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement