Secluded Island Sanctuaries
Hidden Beach Hideaways
Awaken to the beauty of island life, where sea and sky embrace in dramatic splendor, and your senses and spirit are stirred like never before. Set new intentions on a private cliff-top yoga session in Santorini. Free dive into the crystal-clear waters off the Hawaiian coast. Kayak the pristine turquoise waters of the Caribbean. Or enjoy the tranquility of having a South Pacific island all to yourself. Island life has its own rhythm: drink it all in, bathe in it, savor every exquisite detail—and emerge renewed.
- Destinations are brought to you with the best of beach culture at the resort from kayaking crystal-clear waters to a beachside movie night
- Connect with nature on guided hikes, cycling excursions, horseback rides and wildlife tours
- Dine anywhere with our unique picnic series and once-in-a-lifetime meals on a private island or in the treetops
More Nights, More Malliouhana
Make a stay at Malliouhana that much more memorable with complimentary nights when you stay longer. Stay for 5 nights and get 1 night free. Stay for 7 nights and get 2 nights or stay for 9 nights or more and get 3 nights free.
Enjoy up to three free nights and your breakfast, lunch, and dinner on us! Snorkel the legendary Beca Lagoon, go moonlight prawning or enjoy a one-of-a-kind private island picnic. With so much to do in Fiji, stay an extra night (or three!) to experience even more.
Exceptional Allures, Custom Itineraries
Dive into your next adventure while the waves wash your cares away. Leave the planning to us with bespoke adventures set at a relaxed island pace.
E ola mau ka Mo`olelo ("let the stories live on") as you explore Mauna Lani's transformational experiences. Immerse yourself in the history and culture of Hawai'i with a four-day adventure into the heart of the Big Island. Inquire at 855.201.3179.
Reawaken your body and spirit with the three days of beach relaxation and island exploration - all with Anguilla's signature style. Inquire at 877.733.3611.
Slip away to a private Fiji oasis, where you'll glide through calm waters on a bilibili, savor exotic flavors on a Warrior Cooking adventure and toast to paradise from the treetops. Inquire at +679.345.2100.
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Get away with Auberge
Explore our oceanside hotels
Set amidst the dramatic Kohala coast at the base of five majestic mountains, Mauna Lani is a bright jewel. In days past, warrior kings came here to rest and recuperate. Today, private bungalows, each with its own entrance and swimming pool, and spacious guest rooms and suites furnished with lanai balconies, set the stage for transformative experiences in a lush and expansive oasis.learn more
With its sophisticated Art Deco flourishes, Malliouhana stands out atop a scenic bluff that rolls down to pristine white sands and still, clear waters. Its guestrooms and suites, among the most graciously sized in Anguilla, all come with an expansive terrace, while spacious villas have their own infinity pool steps from the idyllic beach.learn more
A true tropical oasis situated on a two-mile-long stretch of white sandy beach on a private coastal Fiji estate. Nanuku offers a blend of standalone modern villas and traditional Fijian-style homes, some with direct beach access, private plunge pool and wraparound deck. Or sail along the fringing reefs of Beqa Lagoon to sleep under the stars on a remote desert island paradise all to yourself.learn more
Spend the day exploring secret hidden beaches, then return to our cliff-top sanctuary in time for taking in a legendary sunset. All rooms, suites and villas come with a private terrace, with most featuring a heated plunge pool opening to sweeping views of Santorini’s emblematic caldera.learn more
Perched on the bluffs of Punta Ballena, and overlooking the azure beauty of the Sea of Cortez, Esperanza enjoys the unique distinction of being the only private beach resort in Los Cabos, where pursuits from sea foraging to sunset sails are only moments away.Learn More
Chileno Bay Resort & Residences was created with a distinct vision to bring a contemporary take on the classic Baja escape, with each room and villa featuring an airy, open aesthetic. You will also enjoy the added benefit of being situated on one of Cabo’s most tranquil beaches with swimming to snorkeling a pristine coral reef just outside your door.Learn More
Discover Endless Experiences on the Islands
From horseback riding into the crystal-clear waters off the Anguillan coast, to sleeping under the stars on your own private, desert island in Fiji, these unique beach pleasures await.
Secluded Island Adventures
Explore your next thrill at the beach.
Mauna Lani: Top Notch - How do you improve on perfect. Well trained staff whose goal is to make your stay enjoyable. Facility was extremely maintained with modern amenities. The golf courses were in great condition and accessible. The perfect life pace for a vacation. TripAdvisor, Art S March 2020
Stories from Auberge Resorts Collection
Mauna Lani Connecting with the Spirit of Hawaii
Hiking through Kalāhuipua‘a Historic Park, we stopped along the trail to appreciate the variety of petroglyphs that depict primitive life symbols and provide a view into Hawaiʻi’s rich and ancient history. The area also offers around 40 natural caves composed of lava tubes and partially collapsed lava bubbles that are perfect for exploring, and we were in search of one cave in particular – the mythical “spirit cave”. A short hike from our retreat at Mauna Lani, I was tipped off about the park’s unusual cave during a discussion with Uncle Danny, the resort’s resident expert in Hawaiian history and culture.
Grace Hotel An Expert’s Guide to the Top Wineries to Visit in Santorini
As Grace Hotel’s Head Chef, I’m blessed to be around so many distinctive, superbly refreshing white wines. They are the products of the island’s rich, centuries-old winemaking tradition. Crisp, minerally and bone-dry, these white wines pair wonderfully with local dishes, from the whole range of mezze spreads and refreshing salads tossed with feta or goat cheese, to lemon-accented fish and seafood dishes. Made primarily from the assyrtiko grape, which is grown on 65 percent of the ungrafted vines on the island, these wines beautifully represent their unique terroir.
Malliouhana A Foodie’s Encounter with Sea Urchin
As we descend down a set of wooden stairs to a secluded beach, we see the flickering glow of tiki torches. As we get closer, we can smell the fire burning amongst the tables. My husband and I are on this beach to experience the raw culinary experience.
Mauna Lani How an Ancient Fishpond Breathes
Fat silver fish turn figure eights beneath the surface of Lāhuipua‘a fishpond. Every now and then I catch the flash of an eel’s tail disappearing into the shadows. A slender rock wall encircles the five-acre coastal pond. It’s one of seven ancient fishponds at Mauna Lani—waters once cherished by Hawaiian kings and fishermen alike. Watching ripples spread across the surface of Lāhuipua‘a, I imagine the hands that built its wall eight hundred years ago.
Nanuku I Was Fijian Royalty For a Day
A trumpeting sound jolted me from my daydream as my family and I neared the entrance of Nanuku. The horn slowly grew louder as we rounded the corner, where I could see a band of drummers and greeters awaiting us. Our driver told me Fijians have used the Davui conch shell - marked by a small finger hole near the mouth of the shell...
Grace Hotel The Dreamiest Spot to Practice Yoga in Santorini
I’ve practiced yoga all over the world, including in India and Nicaragua for hundreds of hours of yoga training. But one of the most magical is right here in Santorini, especially at my favorite spot, on a promontory rock in front of Grace Hotel that juts out into the Aegean Sea. Here, taking in splendid views of the Caldera, I feel connected to Asclepius, the Greek god of medicine and healing; Epione, the goddess of soothing; and their daughters, goddesses of health and recuperation. I feel their ancient powers flow through with each breath and yoga pose.
Nanuku Moments Become Memories While Volunteering in Fiji
Thwack. The sound of a machete slicing through the air is not something most people hear every day. Yet one balmy Friday morning in March, I found myself hearing that thwack over and over as our guide Ratu led a group of guests and hotel employees through an overgrown path toward his village. As we reached a clearing and got our first look at the village we’d come to assist in building water filters, I glanced over at my teenage son in time to see his eyes widen. It’s safe to say, coming from the urban sprawl of San Francisco, neither of us had ever experienced anything quite like this before!