Staying in a Big Island resort offers the best of island
convenience. Most of the resorts on Big Island provide
exceptional services for guests who often don't
want to go elsewhere to get what they need. World class
dining, an assortment of restaurants to choose from, tranquil
spa services and a myriad of things to do are all advantages
to staying at a reputable Big Island resort. Resorts grant
the opportunity to choose from a multitude of amenities
without ever having to leave the resort property.
In the heart of Kailua-Kona lies the Royal Kona Resort,
an architectural gem situated on a stunning twelve-acre
property bordering Kailua Bay in historic Kona.
Three distinct towers house Big Island accommodations,
many featuring breathtaking vistas of the Pacific Ocean
from secluded lanais. Dining is a unique experience with
the Royal Kona's oceanfront restaurants overlooking
the bay. Celebrated cuisine is served up with dramatic
views as guests dine in a paradise-like setting. For a
traditional Hawaiian feast guests enjoy the onsite Big
Island luau three evenings a week.
Each of the Big island accommodations at the Royal Kona
comprises 390 square feet complete with natural hues and
Hawaiian adornments. Granite countertops, marble showers,
wet bars, cool tile floors and modern furnishings create
a calming atmosphere for those enjoying Hawaii holidays.
The many things to do at the Big island resort include
swimming in the multi-level pool and salt water lagoon,
indulging in spa treatments, playing tennis and embarking
on island adventures arranged by the activity desk including helicopter tours, whale
watching cruises and scuba trips.
The Four Seasons is one of the revered Big Island luxury
resorts set in a tropical oasis in historic Ka'upulehu
on the Kohala Coast. Secluded yet not completely isolated,
the resort is far enough away to create a private haven
yet close enough to enjoy many excellent island activities.
This Big Island luxury resorts biggest compliments are
world class Big Island golfing at its signature Jack Nicklaus
course and the award winning health facility. The stunning
design throughout lavishes guests in affluent surroundings
with only the finest of materials used.
Indoors, the Big Island accommodations at the Four Seasons incorporate fine textiles, soothing colors and private lanais with beautiful ocean views. Most guest rooms and suites are designed in bungalow-style and some feature lava rock showers and outdoor gardens. The large outdoor pool is set seaside and is the picture of perfection complete with poolside service. Hawaiian history and tradition are showcased in the lobby's cultural center and the Hualalai spa in this Big Island luxury resorts club area offers services fit for royalty.
The Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel is another excellent Big
Island Resort neighboring the Mauna Kea Resort on the
popular Kohala Coast. Almost 2,000 acres of prime oceanfront
property creates an outdoor playground for guests. From
the 350 guest suites at this Big Island resort, 36 are
oceanfront accommodations. Guests are provided a myriad
of complimentary services as well access to tennis courts,
spa services, onsite shopping, a fitness center and much
more. Patrons can golf at the resort's championship
Arnold Palmer/Ed Seay 18-hole course, visit Mauna
Kea for magical star gazing, enjoy Hawaii sailing
adventures and a number of other exciting Hawaii tours.
When guests choose to further their island experience, many resorts have well-trained staff to arranging Big Island tours, dinner show tickets, Hawaii dinner cruises and more so visitors can concentrate solely on their holiday experience. From total relaxation to many active pursuits the possibilities are endless. The result is the best of Hawaii at your doorstep with minimal effort needed to access the finest of island extravagance.