Published: 12 December 2014 by: Nichola Davies

Take a romantic stroll along the beach in Hawaii.

There's no doubt Hawaii makes an outstanding destination for honeymoons. Not only does it offer the kind of luxury accommodation honeymooning love birds are after, its white sands, turquoise waters and thriving shopping and dining life makes it an all inclusive destination to begin married life.

Made up of six unique islands, there are plenty of different experiences to choose from. Whether you want to relax on the beach, hike through the forest or enjoy strolling avenues of boutique stores, it's up to you.

Maui and Oahu in particular are known honeymoon hotspots. Stroll Maui's pristine shores, explore the awe inspiring Haleakala National Park or take a dip in the ocean - you might even be treated to the sight of a humpback whale.

Stunning Maui.

Maui

Wine and dine yourselves at some fine dining establishments if you stay at the Grand Wailea Resort Hotel and Spa, such as the award-winning Humuhumunukunukuapua'a restaurant. This tongue-twister is named after Hawaii's state fish. Other great spots for a romantic meal include Cafe Kula and Bistro Molokini. Another highlight of this resort is its gorgeous swim-up Grotto Bar, perfect for winding down together at the end of the day. 

The Aston at the Maui Banyan is also a great base for newlyweds who want to explore Maui's beautiful natural bounty. Take a short stroll to the beach or spend long, languid days around the hotel's pool.

The Aston Maui Kaanapali Villas are right on-site of the Kaanapali Beach in West Maui. Amble from your fully decked-out premium suite with garden views to the stunning shore, dipping your toes in the warm ocean, before dining at the sumptuous Castaway Cafe - unless a double dip in the spa calls first! 

Diamond Head Waikiki, Oahu.

Oahu

Oahu is home to Hawaii's capital city, Honolulu. City life is vibrant but also relaxed and there is plenty to do for travellers in search of cultural and artistic pursuits. Not far from the malls and shopping districts, Hawaii's captivating environment awaits.

Oahu is rife with natural splendour, such as the beautiful Waikiki beach and dramatic volcanic scenery. Take a hand-in-hand walk to the Nuuanu Pali Lookout and gaze out at the most magnificent of views, the whole island spread out before you.

Savour your stay at the Aston at the Waikiki Banyan, just a short walk from gorgeous Waikiki beach. While you're in the area, check out the serene public space Kapiolani Park or visit the Waikiki Aquarium and the Honolulu Zoo. After your day out - and when you're ready to relax again - head to the Aston's beautiful spa and sauna facilities.

Breathtaking scenery of the Garden Isle.

Kauai

You can truly hide away on the island of Kauai. A much more intimate island than Maui and Oahu, you really have this "Garden Isle" at your fingertips.

There is endless beautiful scenery to explore together, including Poipu Beach and Hanalei Bay, or quaint historic towns like Koloa and Hanapepe.

Take a walk to marvel at verdant green valleys, barren cliff walls and jagged peaks. You might even stumble upon your own private waterfall among all the rainforest.

Truly a place to escape to, this island retains its original charms with a relaxed and traditional way of life.

Make the most of paradise with a stay at Aston Islander on the Beach, surrounded by acres of green gardens and turquoise sea. Stroll the resort's beach and maybe even take a wander to the nearby Coconut Marketplace, full of delicious island food and fare.

You'll happen on even more delights yourself in Hawaii, so why not live the island dream and make some beautiful memories here as newlyweds?

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