Discover a selection of more than 10,000 vacation rentals in Hawaii, US that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and kitchens. Prices start at $190 per night, and houses and villas are popular options for a stay in Hawaii. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Tropical paradise at vacation home rentals in Hawaii

Aloha, and welcome to the most laid-back spot in the US. Hawaii is a place to kick back, leave your worries at home and get stuck into the pleasure of living. When you think of the Polynesian islands, you'll likely visualize lush tropical forests and powdery beaches, flanked by swaying palms and dotted with surfers. Maybe you've seen photos of the smoky volcanoes, the colorful coral reefs or the famously orange melting sunsets. It's exactly as you imagine, and you can see it all if you stay at a Hawaii vacation rental.

Things to do

Layers of Hawaiian history to discover

Hawaii, like the rest of this Pacific region, has a fascinating heritage, which can be discovered in the Polynesian Cultural Center. In more recent history, the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941 triggered the US's entry into WWII. If you stay in a Hawaii vacation rental, you can learn about that shocking event on one of the daily tours throughout the high season. If you really want to get into the swing of things, consider donning your grass skirt and signing up for hula classes. Other spots to check out include the Iolani Palace and Bishop Museum on Oahu.

Activities

Surf's up in Hawaii

Life in Hawaii ticks along at a slower pace. People here work to live, not the other way around. With such a balmy climate, it's no surprise that most vacationers' time is spent outdoors, whether it's hitting the world-famous surf or horseback riding along the equestrian trails. When you stay in a Hawaii vacation rental, you'll probably need nothing more than a quiet spot on one of the powdery beaches, from which you can splash around in the shallows. If you can drag yourself away, you can charter one of the boats and fish for mahi mahi and tuna.

Weather

Balmy evenings in Hawaii, year-round

Flocks of vacationers descend upon Hawaii between December and March for a little winter sun. If you are planning a getaway around this time, be sure to book up your Hawaii vacation rental early, particularly if it's around Christmas and New Year. Arguably the best time to visit is the shoulder seasons of spring and fall, when you miss the summer family crowds and the weather is still deliciously warm. If that's not enough of a reason to tempt you in, the dip in pricing between April and June or September and November surely will.

Natural features

Dolphins, whales and turtles in Hawaii

Hawaii's isolated spot in the Pacific has contributed to its unique biodiversity. What it lacks in land-dwelling mammals on its volcanic shores, it sure makes up for in the waters that surround them. Humpback whales migrate into the bays and gracefully fluke, as do orcas. Bottlenose dolphins are commonly sighted and, if you dive under the surface, there's a whole underwater world of sea turtles, Hawaiian monk seals and colorful exotic schools of fish. You'll never be far away from nature when you stay at a Hawaii vacation rental.

How many vacation rentals are available around Hawaii, US?

Our 2020 property listings offer a large selection of 22,211 vacation rentals around Hawaii. From 3,356 house rentals to 1,001 villa rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.

Can I rent an ocean-view property in Hawaii?

Rising every morning to amazing ocean views and the rhythmic rumble of waves lapping at the sandy shore. Isn't this what perfect vacations are made of? Vrbo has 10,644 beachside rental properties. Open to other suggestions? Vrbo has a bunch more options to browse through, including:

  • 7,293 seaside vacation rentals.
  • 6,944 oceanfront vacation rentals.
  • 6,075 beach-view vacation rentals.

Can I rent a condo in Hawaii?

If the prospect of bunking up with a bunch of strangers in one room with a shared bathroom doesn't thrill you, you'll have plenty of space to unwind and do your thing in a condo. In this destination, Vrbo has 14,738 to pick from. Book now and you could be parting with as little as $47 a night. Or maybe you'd rather pick one of the area's other property types, such as:

  • House: 3,916 vacation homes. Prices start from $25 per night.
  • Villa: 1,021 vacation homes. Prices start from $124 per night.
  • Studio: 862 vacation homes. Prices start from $46 per night.

Can I stay in Hawaii in a large group?

Sometimes it can be tough finding time to meet up with close friends and family. A group getaway is the perfect opportunity to come together. If you were hoping to kick back together, Vrbo has options to suit. 3,840 condo vacation homes are available. Presently, they're the most popular choice here for big groups. Around this area, rental properties that can house bigger groups include:

  • If yours is a squad of 6, we offer 5,845 vacation homes just right for that size. Spend a night for as little as $50.
  • If you have 8 in your squad, you'll be happy to find out that there are 2,832 vacation homes perfect. You can book one for as little as $50 a night.
  • On a trip away with a group of 5? We offer 1,056 vacation homes that will suit. Prices start from $49 a night.

So don't fret! When you travel with us you can bring your mom, your cousin and all your mates to Hawaii.

Where are the cheapest rentals in Hawaii?

Vrbo has a selection of excellent budget-friendly rentals. Treat your family to a lavish night out or extend your vacation for a few nights with all the money you'll have leftover. Puna District is a fantastic area to look at if you want to keep an eye on your budget. Vrbo has 680 rentals, and the average price is a very agreeable $125 per night. Another 428 Vrbo rentals are available in or around Hilo. With an average price of $131 per night, you're sure to grab a deal worth bragging to your friends about.

Explore destinations around Hawaii

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