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Mauna Kea Beach Hotel is a legendary venue that is famous for its oceanfront setting on Hawaii Island. This beachfront resort is set along the white sand beach at Kauna’oa Bay. Mauna Kea Beach Hotel was opened by Laurance S. Rockefeller in 1965 and has since become known for its luxurious setting and service. There are a plethora of rooms to choose from like a beachfront room and deluxe gold view room to a premier oceanfront deluxe room and a suite. Guests can opt for 1 king bed or 2 double beds when booking. Rollaway beds and cribs can be requested. There are many different amenities available, such as a safe, desk, iron, hair dryer, coffee maker, and bottled water. Media offerings include high-speed internet, LCD television, an iPod dock, and premium movie channels. Mauna Kea Beach Hotel has many activities to partake in like a round of gold on its gorgeous greens or a relaxing day at its spa and beauty salon. Those who want to keep very active will love swimming at the beach or pool. For offsite attractions, there is everything from exploring the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and going sport fishing to horseback riding and hiking. The hotel itself has many dining options for the convenience of its guests. Breakfast at the Manta is highly recommended, as is its Sunday brunch there that some consider to be a tradition on the weekends. Copper Bar is where to head to for a specialty cocktail and modern cuisine. Those looking to immerse themselves in Hawaiian culture should be sure to try the Mauna Kea Lu’au with kalua pig and steel guitars for entertainment.
The Bay Club At Waikoloa Beach Resort - Waikoloa Village - Building
9.2 Excellent (346 reviews)
Overview Reviews
The Kings Land by Hilton Grand Vacations is on the Big Island of Hawaii. It’s just a 20-minute drive from Kona International Airport. The The Kings Land by Hilton Grand Vacations offers a number of all-suite accommodation offerings for guests to select from. One and two-bedroom suites offer a casual elegance that is infused with a lush tropical design. Each of the suites includes a kitchen, laundry facilities and private balconies with beautiful views. Five swimming pools are nestled in a tropical setting and are ideal for relaxing or enjoying a cool drink. Plunge pools, whirlpools and sand-bottom pools all offer a cool retreat. The on-site fitness center and volleyball provides guest with a fitful workout. The Kings Land by Hilton Grand Vacations is a family-friendly destination offering a number of activities for children of all ages. Nearby Waikolao Beach Resort offers a championship golf course. The resort offers a free shuttle for guests to get to area shops and the facilities at nearby resorts. The Kings Land by Hilton Grand Vacations offers easy travel to the world-famous Akaka Falls. Here guests can swim beneath the cascading falls while taking in Hawaii’s vibrant nature. The Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and the Macadamia Nut Farm are all within an easy drive of the resort. The Kings Land Bistro & Lounge offers up menu items that are infused with the flavors unique to Hawaii. Cocktails and other menu items are enjoyed poolside. Family-friendly and offering all of the charms of Hawaii, the Kings Land by Hilton Grand Vacation is a great relaxation destination.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: A very friendly and comfortable place. Staff is excellent and the Bistro was better than expected, making good food and drinks.
Cons: Bistro and Bar close early: 6:00 PM before Memorial Day, 7:00 PM after MD. The "Serenity Pool" really wasn't... Mostly kids with pool toys and water guns running around and screaming, having fun! So as long as you are not expecting the "Serenity Pool" to be completely Serene, its OK. Turns out the Adult area on the main pool is more Serene and closer to the bar, which is a plus...
9.7 Excellent
Pros: Room was very comfortable and well-equipped. Nice appliances, good water pressure in the shower.
Cons: Wished the lanai was bigger, the hope was the lanai would stretch the entire width of the unit instead of just the living room section.
9.1 Excellent
Pros: The Kohala Coast is one of the best locations in Hawaii for a luxury family vacation. Lots of recreational choices for everyone.
Cons: For couples and a better beach and hotel, the Mauna Lani Resort is better.
7.4 Good
Pros: The best thing about the Kingsland resort is the opportunity to have a 3 bedroom apartment -- with 4 adults (1 couple and 2 singles) this was ideal. Fully outfitted kitchen, with ample bathrooms, and nice lanai balcony for relaxing.
Cons: Building 9 in the Phase 1 buildings needs update, particularly to bathrooms where showers did not work very well. We found the largeness of the resort difficult because there was not good signage or user-friendly maps. Breakfast buffets in resorts are always expensive, but this one was not very good, not even equal to less expensive Hilton hotels. the Waikiloa resort amenities are usable to Kingsland guests, but huge and not very accessible. Be prepared to walk up and down a lot of stairs.
9.7 Excellent
Pros: Pools are fantastic. Staff are super friendly and very attentive.
Cons: Can’t think of anything!
Overview Reviews
Kohala Suites by Hilton Grand Vacations is a spectacular hotel on the Kohala Coast of Hawaii’s Big Island and is designed to be an ideal Hawaiian haven in the heart of Waikoloa. Nestled within the black and red lava rock fields, from eruptions of the Hualalai volcano centuries ago, are green oases with world-class accommodations, fine dining and some of Hawaii’s best golf courses. Superbly situated adjacent to championship golf courses, Hilton Grand Vacations at Waikoloa Beach Resort provides an unsurpassed vacation setting. Award-winning restaurants, shops and galleries nearby in the Waikoloa Village, invite discovery amid amazing scenery, lush tropical landscaping and plentiful wildlife. Hotel guests have access and charging privileges at the abundant facilities and amenities of the nearby Hilton Waikoloa Village hotel, including an enticing array of restaurants, boutiques, and recreation. Complimentary shuttle service is available between the Kohala Suites by Hilton Grand Vacations, the Hilton Waikoloa Village, and area shops (8am-10pm, every half hour; subject to changes). You may also treat yourself to nearby Waikoloa spa for that much needed massage or spa treatment. Only 20 minutes from Kona International Airport, our well-appointed resort accommodations combine with Hawaiian culture to create a tropical vacation haven. Kohala Suites by Hilton Grand Vacations, an all suite resort, has all spacious two-bedroom suites offering all of the convenience of home. These spacious rooms incorporate a casual, elegant, tropical style and feature a superb variety of upscale amenities and furnishings. All two bedroom suites include a full kitchen, dvd players, whirlpool tubs and washer/dryer. Hilton Grand Vacations at Waikoloa Beach Resort Amenities and Services: • Outdoor swimming pool with slide and whirlpool spa • Business Center with complimentary printing • Complimentary Fitness Center featuring Precor equipment • Putting green, tennis court and playground • Outdoor grills and picnic areas • Full service Concierge for dining reservations and local tours • Complimentary Wi-Fi • Complimentary shuttle service to Waikoloa Village and area shopping Hilton Grand Vacations at Waikoloa Beach Resort Accommodations: • Two-Bedroom Suite: One king bed, two double beds and a sleeper sofa, full kitchen, 3 TVs, DVD player, whirlpool tub, washer and dryer, balcony • All accommodations include complimentary high-speed wireless Internet, microwave oven, coffee maker, iron, ironing board, hair dryer and housekeeping service • Handicap accessible rooms and facilities With a variety of activities for all ages, this resort is the perfect locale to make lasting memories. Discover the island culture and tradition at Hilton Grand Vacations at Waikoloa Beach Resort, offering an authentic Hawaiian experience in an unforgettable oceanfront setting. Book Your Next Stay at Hilton Grand Vacations Club at Waikoloa Beach Resort Daily Resort Charge will be added to the room rate and includes: Guest internet access; PS3 w/unlimited games and movies; access to Hilton Waikoloa Village amenities; resort wide shuttle; Hawaiian cultural activities; 2 16 oz. bottles of water per day; 1-800/local calls.
8.2 Excellent
Pros: I liked the floor plan layouts. We had access to other Hilton resorts.
Cons: Too far from the ocean. Pool wasn't as nice as Kingsland (sister resort). Floor were thin....we had a first floor unit and could hear footsteps above.
9.4 Excellent
Pros: Spacious 2 bedroom 2 bath suite with full kitchen and laundry. Nice facility including nice pool area with water slide.
Cons: Not on the beach but close to it.
Fairmont Orchid - Hawaii - Waimea - Building
8.8 Excellent (5,138 reviews)
Overview Reviews
Located on the stunning Kohala Coast in Hawaii, the Fairmont Orchid is family friendly resort nestled on thirty-two oceanfront acres. Guests will enjoy tropical landscapes and white sand beaches on this island paradise. Kona International Airport only 20 minutes, and the resort is conveniently located near many points of interest. Guests can take advantage of the many amenities it has to offer such as the award-winning Spa Without Walls, a 10,000 sq. ft. oceanfront pool, a fitness center, tennis courts, and the Hui Jolokai Beach Club, which offers an assortment of outdoor and waterbased activities. Additionally, the Holoholokai Beach is a perfect spot to take a dip. Other points of interest nearby include the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, home to one of the worlds most active volcanoes. Guests can indulge in some retail therapy by visiting the the Shops At Mauna Lani. The resort offers spacious guest rooms and luxury suites, many with an ocean view. Amenties include free wifi, air-conditioning, safe deposit boxes, and room service. Pets are allowed for an additional fee. There are several dining options available. The AAA Four Diamond award-winning Brown’s Beach House offers fine dining fare, while the Hale Kai restaurant provides a more casual dining experience. For a hearty breakfast buffet, guests will want to visit the Orchid Court. Brown’s Deli serves Kona Coffee, freshly made sandwiches, pizzas, and salads. Stop by the beachside Kahakai Bar for a refreshing beverage. All restaurants have child-friendly menus. For an idyllic paradise setting and plenty of activities for the whole family, the Fairmont Orchid is an ideal choice.
9.4 Excellent
Pros: The property is breathtaking the moment you set foot in it. Sea turtles and beautiful fish swim right there in the lagoon with you. Staff is very attentive. Sunsets are incredible and the nice acoustic singer sets the perfect mood. They had a nice champagne in our room for our honeymoon.
Cons: I chose this property after doing a LOT of research and the main reason was because there were a lot of activities for guests included with the stay (or so I thought). The brochure on their website is very misleading, it lists fitness activities without any pricing. My husband and I did Floating Yoga a couple of times and then I saw a charge of $20 per person per class on the final bill. I couldn't dispute it because apparently it was stated on the sign in sheet, but at 6:45am I really wasn't reading the fine print on what I was putting my name and room number on. The resort fee of $25 per day only includes parking and very slow wifi. Everything else is charged, even shaded chairs at the beach. Too many additional charges, in my opinion.
8.5 Excellent
Pros: Room is beautiful and the restaurants were excellent, maybe the large pool was excellent we landscaped and pool isn't to be at. Many activities to enjoy at the beach. The outdoor spa treatments are amazing! With the most friendly and helpful staff.
Cons: Leaving, The only casual dining was at lunch.
6.3 Good
Pros: It was a beautiful resort. The lagoon was great and the snorkeling was good.
Cons: This would be a great place to stay if you have no complaints or issues. The staff is not helpful at all. Not the front desk, not at the restaurants. It's as if apathy and not luxury service should be the hotel motto. It is pervasive. We had an issue with smoke in our room. It was coming through the AC. They kept calling to apologize and offering assistance but when I would meet with the front desk they would do nothing. It is advertised as a non smoking facility.
6.0 Good
Pros: Hotel was okay but you can't compare to a four seasons.
Cons: Need more people at the front desk. There are a lot of stray cats on the premises.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: The facilities are superb, the staff is outstanding, the food is very good (mainly breakfast). The snorkeling at the front beach is amazing. Lots is different and colorful fishes. Turtles also come by.
Cons: Internet speed. Although it is reached wherever you are, it definitely lacks speed.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: The housekeeping service, facilities, the restaurants, the pool area services, the sunset ritual
Cons: the beach is terrible, the inconsistency in serving the same breakfast - the waffle was presented with and without additions, like whipped cream, spiced sugar, coconut sauce. Unacceptable.
Overview Reviews
Our newly redesigned hotel offers spacious, modern accommodations with patios and lanais overlooking beautiful Anaeho'omalu Bay. The transformed Na Hale wing offers an intimate residential experience and are some of the most coveted Big Island guestrooms and suites across the resort. Step out onto our pristine, white, sandy beach - the only one of its kind in our resort area. Play in our three outdoor pools and waterslide. Golf on two 18-hole championship courses within the Waikoloa Beach Resort. Our boutique spa offers a full menu of therapeutic and beauty treatments. When you're hungry, stop by Aka'ula Lanai or Hawaii Calls Restaurant and don't miss our Sunset Luau with music, dancing and Hawaiian cuisine. Enjoy our 24/7 fitness center and free Wi-Fi in all public spaces. Host an event in our elegant venues, ideal for weddings, incentive trips and corporate retreats.
8.0 Excellent
Pros: Friendly staff, comfortable rooms, great location on A-Bay. Easy parking. Book a room with ocean view or ocean front, and get the deal with breakfast included. Really nice staff at the breakfast. Appreciated the refrigerator in room! Fitness center was adequate.
Cons: Rooms and public areas/hallways really need new carpet, but it looked like this renovation was under way. The beds were good, pillow selection horrible. The stairwells really need to be cleaned and spruced up.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: low key
Cons: not enough pool chairs
7.7 Good
Pros: The pools are awesome, cascading down in three tiers. The beach is a bit strange, with lots of rocks and when we were there they were doing a construction and palm tree trimming, so much of the area was taped off. Beach chairs/chaises were not in great condition. Our room faced the garden and was so so. The location is great! Walking distance to kings shops and queens shops. We loved the hospitality suite - which allowed us to hang out in the pool and at the beach after check out time.
9.7 Excellent
Pros: The staff was awesome! Asia the concierge gave a great overview of what to do on the island. If you have the opportunity to attend the concierge presentation I highly recommend it. If you haven't been to the Big Island it's a great overview and Asia gives excellent recommendations, and breaks it up into smaller doses. Nadia had checked me in and hooked me up with a great upgrade. She was very friendly and aimed to please. I have to mention Melissa, who I only met for a moment was a big part of the upgrade, and I appreciate them tag-teaming and making it possible. The resort only has one restaurant, which is fine with me, because most of the days we were out and about an island. The breakfast buffet is solid. There are made-to-order omelettes and waffles, and they change the variety on the line frequently. Make sure not to leave your table unattended as the restaurant is open to Nature and birds swoop down and eat your eggs. The restaurant is very clean, but as I said your in an open-air restaurant steps from the beach, so some Wildlife should be expected. Having seen two of the other resorts in the area, I was very happy with this choice. It's a good size, but not overwhelmingly large. It's updated, but not flashy. I felt very comfortable. Our housekeeper Hyacinth was especially attentive and left extra towels for us as she saw we were using a lot everyday. I will be returning next year, and I'm definitely going to stay at this Marriott.
Cons: The elevators were a little slow, but honestly I'm on vacation I'm not in a hurry.
The Westin Hapuna Beach Resort - Waimea - Building
8.6 Excellent (1,561 reviews)
Overview Reviews
The Westin Hapuna Beach Resort is a lavish beach resort in Hawaii that features plenty of dining and fitness options, as well as a luxury-style spa, and comfortable hotel rooms. Each room features a Westin Heavenly bed, a flat-screen TV, data ports, and a Westin Heavenly shower. Each non-smoking room also overlooks the ocean below, and is equipped with a fully-furnished lanai. For a day of relaxation, guests may indulge in massages, body scrubs, body wraps, or a couple's massage at the Hapuna Spa. A 24/7 fitness center is also located here, which is equipped with free weight, cardio equipment, TRX, and CrossFit equipment. Aside from the luxurious Hapuna Beach, guests can also unwind in the outdoor heated pool, as well as in the whirlpool. 24-hour room service is available to guests, as well as a convenient sundry store for snacks and toiletries. For additional dining options, guests may enjoy buffets, Mediterranean delicacies, or American fare at one of many restaurants at this resort. Some of these includes Piko, Naupaka Beach Grill, Meridia, and Ikena Landing. Guests will also love the Hapuna Golf Course, which includes lessons, golf rentals, a clubhouse, and a golf shop. Other nearby attractions and activities includes tennis, the Mauna Kea Golf Club, the Kona Coffee Living History Farm, and the Kohala Coast shoreline. Hawaii offers plenty of activities for travelers, and The Westin Hapuna Beach Resort makes it easy for guests to explore all that Kohala Coast has to offer, and much more.
7.4 Good
Pros: Great location and beautiful grounds - basic but nicely done. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Lobby is gorgeous and rooms are spacious, though outdated,
Cons: VERY few restaurants or bars open on site. Made it look and feel like a hotel on the way down. Looked like a lot of events had just happened and the staff had not gotten around to cleaning up yet. $12 for in-room wireless is SO yesterday. Hotels without site-wide free wireless are just trying to tap guests (aka hostages) for their last $. Had to go to lobby to get free wireless. Give this facility a little facelift and keep more restaurants/bars open and you might get more occupancy, more energy, and more revenue.
9.1 Excellent
Pros: Sweeping open spaces far from the crowds of Kailua-Kona. Beautiful open lobby and a cool drink at check in. Nice pool and great beach. This was our 3rd visit and probably won't be our last.
Cons: Always at least one flight of stairs to get down to pool and beach, so beware if someone in your party is mobility impaired. As others have commented, dining options are few and pricey. The Coast Grille was closed for renovation during our stay, limiting the choices even more. Fortunately, there are many choices further up the Kohala coast and a little ways inland at Waimea. We do miss the old tradition of free orange "slippahs" in the room, but apparently the bean counters got to that one.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Bed was very comfortable and the room spacious. Everything was very clean. Fantastic location.
6.3 Good
Pros: Location at the beach is excellent except that there are no real alternatives to hotel restaurants.
Cons: Outdated, especially bathroom and not very clean. All in 80's style. Tried restaurant once for breakfast and very disappointed. Parking too expensive, should be free (self parking far away from room).
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Room cleanliness, size, restaurants, beach, service was great. You get what you pay for..
Cons: Cheap snorkels
10.0 Excellent
Pros: We loved the location. The pool area was outstanding for families. The beach was very accessible and beautiful. It was very quiet and relaxing. We would stay here again.
Cons: The eating choices were few and expensive. The location felt isolated so that the only convenient choice for food was the hotel. That food was very expensive. One restaurant was closed the whole time we were there.
8.8 Excellent
Pros: I love the hotel room and facilities, especially the gym and staff members.
Cons: The hotel is under construction, so it's very noisy from 8 am to 5 pm, you can't relax between this times. We couldn't relax at the pool and at the beach because of the constant jackhammering no stop!
10.0 Excellent
Pros: The views are amazing and can't be beat! Very quiet and comfortable. Perfect luxury!
Cons: Nothing.
Overview Reviews
When you stay at Fairway Villas Waikoloa by Outrigger in Waikoloa, you'll be next to a golf course, within a 15-minute drive of Waikoloa Beach Golf Course and Waialea Beach. Featured amenities include a safe deposit box at the front desk and an elevator (lift). Free self parking is available onsite.
3.0 Mediocre
Pros: The grounds and landscaping was excellent, along with the pool area.
Cons: The room was dilapidated and unkempt. There were marks along nearly every wall, the blinds barely worked, the majority of the space was severely outdated. We will not stay in Outrigger again.
6.0 Good
Pros: good location and proximety to consumer necessity (food, beverage), good beach. Central location on the kona-kohala coast for sightseeing.
Cons: Staff not helpful with tips and advice! The room had very worn out furniture, carpet that is stained, dirty. The garbage disposer has a warning sign not to put anything in it, just minimal plate scraping or else it'll clog! No trash collection in 10d
9.0 Excellent
Pros: Nice pool and BBQ, free parking, right beside petrogylphs, lovely place, spacious, beach chairs and boogieboards
Cons: no tennis
8.0 Excellent
Pros: Location could not be better. Close to beaches, shopping, restaurants. Accommodations were spot on and had everything we needed for our comfort during our stay.
Cons: It is a non smoking property so cigar enthusiasts beware.
10.0 Excellent
Cons: The beds sagged a bit. Couch was in poor shape.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Very quiet place,have amazing views on King shop. Rooms good size,kitchen has everything you need to prepare food. Spa is small but nice and clean. Nice pool,clean. Located very close to shopping and beach.
Cons: Nothing.
Aston Waikoloa Colony Villas - Waikoloa Village - Building
8.7 Excellent (85 reviews)
When you stay at Aston Waikoloa Colony Villas in Waikoloa, you'll be near the beach, within a 15-minute drive of Waikoloa Beach Golf Course and Waialea Beach. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, multilingual staff, and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
Hilton Waikoloa Village - Waikoloa Village - Building
8.4 Excellent (4,455 reviews)
Overview Reviews
Hilton Waikoloa Village is beautifully set on 62 lush tropical acres of the Kohala Coast on the Big Island, Hawaii. The upscale hotel is the perfect romantic getaway for couples, or for any leisure travelers. Its close proximity to the town of Kona means that countless shopping, dining, restaurant, and entertainment options are only a short distance away. Luxury rooms combine contemporary comfort with tropical-inspired accents. Guests can choose from a variety of accommodations, including premier and executive suites. All rooms feature private balconies, signature beds, mini-fridges, flat-screen televisions, high-speed wifi, a workstation, spacious bathroom, air-conditioning, separate living areas, and pull-out sofa beds. All rooms are kid-friendly. Room service and laundry service are available. Guests can easily access the nearby black-sand beach, which is a common phenomenon on The Big Island, where the black sand is the product of the close proximity to a string of volcanoes. Guests can swim with green sea turtles at the nearby swimming lagoon. Countless activities are available, including boating, kayaking, paddle-boarding, dolphin-encounter tours, and snorkeling. There are 8 tennis courts, 2 golf courses, and three outdoor pools with lounging chairs and a sundeck. A 24/7 fitness center is fully-equipped with cardio equipment, free weights, and other exercise equipment. Guests can indulge in luxury treatments at the on-site spa which offers upscale beauty services such as massage, facials, manicures, and pedicures. The hotel boasts fourteen restaurants, which feature cuisine from all around the world. Guests can savor their cuisine in indoor or outdoor dining areas. Kona Tap Room features craft beers on tap and a pub menu.
8.5 Excellent
Pros: Right away we received a text message asking if there was anything we needed. We asked for a late checkout and got it!
Cons: Noticed The Waterfall wasn't flowing into the main pool? Whats up with that?
7.7 Good
Cons: Booked a double room, only got a king.
5.1 Okay
Pros: The room was clean, and the oceanfront view from our 5th floor location in the Ocean Tower was impressive. The Dolphin Quest experience, while expensive, was very much worth our time, especially for the time spent with dolphins--the guided snorkeling was not as good in their ocean-connected lagoon as it was out in some of the Hawaiian bays.
Cons: Check-In: the check-in experience was awful. While I waited patiently in line using the line suggested by the velvet ropes constructed by the hotel, at least four other parties skipped over this line and cut directly in front of my wife and me, with no recognition from staff. I tried to speak up politely about this when I finally checked in, and I received a boilerplate response about sharing this information with the manager. Food: The food was extremely expensive and poor. A fairly basic hot breakfast for two came out to well over $70. In addition, a pizza dinner at "Dona and Tony's" was essentially a frozen pizza and cost well over $40. Housekeeping: In terms of housekeeping, one of our housekeepers (most likely unintentionally, but still) managed to throw out an expensive razor that we were storing on the bathroom tub, and on that same day the housekeeper also forgot to use a flat sheet when re-making the bed. Parking: Finally, I feel that the parking expense is outrageous. $25/day for self-parking (when valet is $30/day...plus tip), especially when your room is 0.8 miles away from your car.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: I had a conference at the Marriott and opted to stay at the Hilton. And what a great choice that was! This resort is beautiful: spacious, clean and wonderful in every way. The dolphins and the water lagoon with giant sea turtles were incredible. I will definitely bring my kids here!
10.0 Excellent
Pros: I like the location and the Hilton's usual touch. Our room was very clean and the view of the ocean was spectacular. The pool areas are beautiful and some of those areas have good windbreaks. Very relaxing. I really like the long outdoor hallways connecting the towers. They have different art and it is nice to take long walks in the resort and if you get tired of waking, you can jump on the tram to get back. This is a great resort. We stayed in the Lagoon Tower with the Makai offering. Was excellent.
Cons: The Ocean Tower is under construction is not up to Hilton standards. If you are planning a trip to this Hilton, you should ensure you understand what room you are getting. Currently, the Ocean Tower rooms are dated and substandard for Hilton. They are remolding everything, but I am unsure of the timeline. Again, I recommend verifying what you are getting into when you reserve. Breakfast was way too expensive for what you get. I believe it was about $42 per person. That is too much for what is offered.
2.8 Mediocre
Pros: Beds were comfortable.
Cons: The lies, poor service, staff didn't even care when I walked across the whole complex to speak with someone about my concern. Wouldn't get a manager for me to speak to when requested. Staff very rude! Hidden fees, no shuttle services for free as they stated, prices for food was so high we ate lobster for every meal somewhere else and saved money than eating at the Hilton. Transportation around hotel was poor! Took 15- 20 minute before either would arrive. Trolleys would only run certain times a day, there were 13 boats I counted and there wasn't but 2 of them running at any given time. Had to walk across the whole facility every time, in which we beat the trolley and the boat to our destination. Trolley would always be in maintenence so when we did try it out it only went down one stop from the lobby and you had to walk from there. If you need exercise, then choose this place. Plan on 15-20 minute walk to lobby or the pool, etc. We stayed at the Fairmont for 5 days before we came to try out the Hilton. Switching was the biggest mistake! Fairmont 6 star rating, Hilton 1 star only because we stayed alive. Going to share this experience on every review site possible.
8.0 Excellent
Cons: Charge to park more than 1/2 mile from the room. Must turn in pool towel cards at checkout or be charged $10 each. Long wait to check out.
8.2 Excellent
Pros: This was our third visit to this resort in the past 10 years. We keep coming back for the terrific location, the pools and lagoon, and the expansiveness of the property. It is beautiful and there is always something to do for everyone.
Cons: The prices at all of the dining options are ridiculous. We ate off property. Really, $5 for a plain croissant at the coffee stand?! No healthy breakfast choices either. We bought papayas for a $1 each at the Kona market and stocked up on yogurt and granola for breakfast, carrots and turkey sandwiches for lunch, and found our favourite place for dinner about a half hour away - the Seafood Bar.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: I like the way staff service in the breakfast restaurant. They are very nice. We'd like to thank Mason, luggage services, he was on time to help us to check out from Hotel very quickly so we would not be late for the our fly. We would come back to Hilton Village resort in the future if we can. Thank you for your services.
The Aeolian Residence - Waikoloa Village - Building
8.2 Excellent (388 reviews)
7.4 Good
Pros: The price and the location worked perfectly for my trip.
Cons: Lack of privacy. The sliding glass door in my room had sheer window coverings. The door entered the backyard and a shared public patio. They could also use a microwave or a toaster oven for use by the guests. Lastly, it would be nice if this was a non-smoking residence. The room was fine, but common areas reeked of cigarette smoke.
Jacaranda Inn - Waimea - Bedroom
8.2 Excellent (289 reviews)
Marriott's Waikoloa Ocean Club - Waikoloa Village - Building
8.5 Excellent (32 reviews)
Experience the beauty and pure relaxation of Marriott’s Waikoloa Ocean Club. This beachfront vacation ownership resort overlooks Anaehoomalu Bay and places guests within steps of Waikoloa Beach activities and watersports. Shopping, restaurants, golf courses and stunning waterfalls are waiting for you in Hawaii. Inside our oceanfront resort, premium one- and two-bedroom suite rentals feature large, separate living rooms, kitchenettes, laundry facilities, complimentary Wi-Fi and furnished balconies with mesmerizing views of the ocean, pools or the Big Island. Take a refreshing dip in one of our three pools or break a sweat in the modern fitness center, over a tennis net or playing volleyball. Family-friendly and child-focused resort activities abound, including cultural tours. Reinvigorate in the full-service, oasis-like Mandara Spa or indulge in our tempting restaurants. For an authentic Polynesian experience, join us for an exciting evening of food, music and dance at our twice-weekly Sunset Luau.
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Bask in the beauty of Hawaii when you stay at Ocean Tower by Hilton Grand Vacations. Surrounded by breathtaking scenery, our hotel is just 20 minutes from Kona International Airport. We’re situated within Hilton Waikoloa Village Resort, granting you access to all resort amenities, including the salt water lagoon, pools, spa, fitness center, restaurants and shopping. Our guest rooms feature a private balcony, mini-refrigerator, coffeemaker, PlayStation 3, and streaming services to the HDTV. Choose a suite for a full kitchen and separate living/dining area, with space to sleep up to 8 people. For extra space, select a penthouse suite. Located on the top three floors, these suites offer two - three bedrooms and superior views. Enjoy access to three pools, including waterfalls, a waterslide, and an adults-only pool. Relax by our four-acre lagoon with white sand beach and unwind at our luxurious Kohala Spa and Precor® fitness center. We offer watersports, tennis and daily resort activities. Check out the Legends of Hawaii Luau and swim with dolphins at Dolphin Quest. Indulge in delicious dining when you stay at our Kohala Coast hotel. With access to fourteen diverse restaurants, you can enjoy exotic flavors and fresh ingredients every day. With a wealth of natural beauty to explore, you’ll never be short of things to do. Head out to the stunning surrounding beaches, go snorkeling, or visit Mauna Kea Summit and the Kohala Volcano. Take a tour of the Kona Coffee Farms or visit the Captain Cook Monument.
8.0 Excellent
Pros: Good location. The room was nice, with a very comfortable bed. The lagoon was convenient and enjoyable to swim in.
Cons: My room was the last room in the Ocean Tower next to the construction and was very noisy. I traveled alone and was there for a conference so I didn't request to switch rooms, which I would have done if I had my family with me. There were many choices for meals but I had my best meals off property at the King's & Queen's markets. I was disappointed there wasn't an ocean beach on their property. Had a 25 minute walk to a sandy beach.
7.4 Good
Pros: Very nice rooms, the place is huge and took over 10 minutes to walk to the room, but they have a tram that cuts that in half. It was very family oriented with beautiful grounds and pools and a cool lagoon and a few nice restaurants.
Cons: We were woken up our first morning to the sound of jack hammers and construction. They are still working on the east end of the building. They did move us to a room away from the construction that was quiet. It is also very large commercial with an almost Disney land feel.
Aston Shores at Waikoloa - Waikoloa Village - Building
7.5 Good (175 reviews)
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With a stay at Aston Shores at Waikoloa in Waikoloa, you'll be next to a golf course, within a 5-minute drive of Waikoloa Beach Golf Course and Waikōloa Beach. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and an elevator (lift). Free self parking is available onsite.
10.0 Excellent
Pros: Quiet, private, lots of space and lovely furnishings
Cons: Enjoyed everything.
When you stay at this vacation home in Waikoloa, you'll be next to a golf course, within a 15-minute drive of Waikoloa Beach Golf Course and Waialea Beach. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
D101 Vista Waikoloa is an amazing two bedroom, two bathroom vacation villa, and is the perfect getaway for friends and family sleeping up to six guests.   Includes a Hilton Waikoloa Pool Pass for 2019:    Click here for details on our Hilton Waikoloa Pool Pass A spacious living room is inviting and features a large L-shaped sofa, a large flat screen TV, and access to a covered lanai that offers designer patio furnishings and a dining table with seats for four. Tropical garden views during the day, and star gazing during the tropical evenings is not to be missed. Open and inviting, the living room open to a gourmet kitchen which comes fully-equipped with stainless-steel appliances and a beautiful dining table with seats for six.  Vista Waikoloa has a heated a salt water pool and hot tub for your year round enjoyment.  A luxurious master suite features hardwood floors, access to the covered lanai and an en-suite bathroom with an extra large walk-in shower. The guest suite offers two double beds and is  close to the main bathroom. For extra guests there is a sofa sleeper in the living room. Also included is; basic cookware, dishware, drink ware, coffee maker, blender, washer/dryer, hairdryer, bed and bath linens, iron, air-conditioning, wireless service, basic cable TV. There are beach towels for your use. Waikoloa Beach Resort is a pedestrian friendly resort with 2 outdoor shopping centers, Queens’ MarketPlace and Kings’ Shops, Hilton Waikoloa (directly across the street) and Waikoloa Beach Marriott and Anaeho'omalu Bay (A-Bay) – all within walking distance of the condo. Enjoy the white sand beach of Anaeho'omalu Bay is about a 15-minute walk away which offers many water-sports from this picturesque beach along with the very popular restaurant Lava Lava Beach Club. Water sports include windsurfing, swimming, sailing, snorkeling, glass-bottom boat, dive trips, whale watching trips, etc.  All our vacation rentals include a basic “start-up supply” of: laundry detergent, garbage bags, kitchen sponge, liquid soap, dishwasher tabs, paper towels, toilet paper, shampoo/conditioner, small bar soap and salt/pepper. Cooking oils and spices are not provided. Once the startup supply runs out, guests are on their own to purchase additional supplies if needed. Cleaning solvents are not supplied. HAWAII TAX ID NUMBER:  GET/TAT-079-865-5488-01 Highlights: -Hilton Pool Pass for stays in 2019 - Saltwater & Heated Swimming Pool  - Hot Tub - Fitness Room - 2 Bedrooms - 2 Bathrooms - Sleeps 6 - Gourmet Kitchen - High-End Appliances - Air Conditioning - Linens  - Beach Towels - Multiple Flat Screen TVs - Cable TV - High Speed Wireless Internet - Ceiling Fans - Washer & Dryer - Large Terrace - Outdoor Dining & Living - 2 Beach Chairs - 2 Boogie Boards - 1 Beach Umbrella - 1 Portable Ice Cooler - Gas BBQ Grills at the Pool - Concierge Service - Non-Smoking Community -reserved parking spot for one car Bedding: - Master Suite: 1 King - Guest Bedroom: 2 Doubles - Additional Bedding: 1 Sofa Sleeper ​    
With a stay at The Islands at Mauna Lani in Kamuela, you'll be in the historical district, within a 15-minute drive of Waikoloa Beach Golf Course and Great 4-D Movie Ride. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, laundry facilities, and a safe deposit box at the front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.