There’s a certain magic to enjoying Hawaii’s warmth and aloha as a family, and we know exactly what to do to capture it. Here are our picks of some of the most kid-friendly experiences in the Aloha State.
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"Telling someone he or she “must think and emote good feelings to others” might sound like the kind of truism a SoulCycle instructor would say at the end of class. But it is, in fact, an actual law in Hawaii. It’s called the “Aloha Spirit” law, and it’s encoded in the Hawaii Revised Statutes, Section 5-7.5."
"The massive Hilton Hawaiian Village on Waikiki Beach is perhaps too big, making solo travelers and couples feel engulfed and forgotten. Pros: great location, occasional great meals, and you really never have to leave the property. Con: badly dated rooms, icky carpet, meal quality varied wildly, and a focus on families and kids while neglecting solo travelers."