Kona Hawaii Resorts
Kona... Hawaii’s Big Island, has a variety of things to see & do. Enjoy the island’s volcanoes, where you’ll experience nature’s active craters and the unearthly glow of molten lava flows. Hike the trails of Mauna Kea, where snowcaps tower over a tropical paradise.The beaches of this magnificent island range from white to black – and are all bounded by beautiful emerald seas that offer a variety of water sports. Whether diving into the deep seas, or trying a go at a festive hula, or feasting on a traditional luau.
Four Seasons Resort Hualalai
Located 7 miles from the airport & on the Kona-Kohala coast is a ½ mile stretch of natural white sand beach is the Hualalai Resort. 16 miles from the town of Kailua- Kona. 243 room resort. 36 one and two story bungalow buildings with ocean views and some allow step out access to a private outdoor garden shower. 24 buildings are ocean view, 8 are oceanfront, and 4 are golf course and ocean view. Ocean view Prime category rooms are located on the 2nd floor.
The Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii
The Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii is 20 miles from the airport & offers elegant beachfront accommodations amidst the natural beauty of the Big Island. The Orchid Beach-boys introduce the Hawaiian culture of canoes, ocean and adventure at the beach. The Spa Without Walls offers treatments amongst tropical waterfalls, while the Gold Concierge Floor offers the ultimate in luxury.
Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel
Located on the Big Island of Hawaii & 30 miles from the airport is a resort that offers spacious accommodations, impeccable service, & award winning cuisine. 18 hole golf course, & day spa. 350 rooms, 36 suites and 7 handicap rooms.
Hilton Waikoloa Village
This resort has over 62 acres of beauty and luxury. Art treasures & antiques flourish this resort along with refined furniture. 1,240 guest rooms including 57 suites, feature spectacular tropical views and a private lanai and are divided among the 3 low rise Ocean, Lagoon, and Palace Towers. Guests reach their rooms on mahogany canal boat, AC tram car, or stroll the resorts Museum Walk flanked by Polynesian and Oriental artwork. Snorkeling, water slides, & scuba diving are part of this resorts activities.