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Hawaii included on Travel + Leisure World's Best list

By Erika Engle

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LAST UPDATED: 10:56 a.m. HST, Jul 02, 2014


Aulani, a Disney Resort and Spa Hawaii in Ko Olina, ranked as the best hotel for families in the United States, according to the annual Travel + Leisure World's Best list, released Wednesday morning.

The 19th annual World's Best list is compiled based on a survey of T+L readers and includes every type of visitor experience, from hotels and spas to cruise lines and safaris.

Maui is the best Hawaiian island, according to poll participants, while Hawaii's top hotel or resort is Four Seasons Resort Hualalai on Hawaii island, and Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui has the best hotel spa.

The magazine has posted its lengthy, multi-category list online.

http://www.travelandleisure.com/worlds-best-2014-hp







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control wrote:
too bad locals cant afford to stay there
on July 2,2014 | 08:01AM
cojef wrote:
Yea, visited Waikiki a lot from the mainland, and although curious about how Disney created this resort, found it too expensive for my taste. Maybe too stingy?
on July 2,2014 | 02:25PM
samidunn wrote:
Not a lot of homeless there yet.
on July 2,2014 | 09:47AM
localguy wrote:
It's not the facilities, which are nice, it is the employee attitude Disney does so well. They treat guests better than anyone else. Sad to say the majority of Waikiki hotels doesn't even come close. They would do well to emulate Disney.
on July 2,2014 | 02:43PM
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