My husband and I went to Hawaii for 1 week and stayed at cheaper hotels for part of the trip so we could splurge and stay here 2 nights-- it was worth it! Absolutely gorgeous mansion looking down at Kona with it's own coffee grown on site! Beds were super comfy and the food was delicious and local. Both mornings we were there we enjoyed coffee on the upper terrace and breakfast with new friends around the main dining table. When we asked the staff a good place to go snorkeling they gave us snorkel gear to use free of charge! Would absoluetly recommend it to couples looking to get away on the big island.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Casual elegance with Polynesian luxury... Spectacular Pacific Ocean views, 30 lush acres of well-tended tropical fruit and flower gardens, 4,000 Kona Coffee trees, custom-tiled mosaic pool, exquisite inn guest rooms, cottage, covered open-air pavilion, exceptional service, rooftop, pool and garden gazebos and an abundance of Aloha Spirit. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Holualoa Hotel Holualoa
- Holualoa Inn Hawaii