Teenage dating on big island hawaii
Kauai is more "outdoorsy" with fewer specific sites to see/things to do than Maui, but it is also, in my opinion, far more beautiful.
But Maui might be better for teens - they might be bored on Kauai unless they're into water sports, beaches and hiking.
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If you end up on Oahu, and in Waikiki, White Sands Hotel offers kitchenettes and is moderately priced.
"If I were going to stay on the north shore, I'd stay in Hanalei." Or better yet, Haena.
I would agree with either Oahu/Kauai, or Oahu/Maui, but it really depends on your interests.
I disagree about Oahu unless you want to see Pearl Harbor and want more of a high-rise city feel vs a beach one.
If you want to chill, go to the beach then I would skip Oahu.
Hanalei is gorgeous but the main problem is the housing is all cottages with no pools and lots of teens might want a pool. It's only a 10 minute drive into Hanalei and there are a few places to eat in P'ville.
Oahu and Maui are the two most visited so I would only pick one busy island and one less busy island.