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Thank you to this group of people from the time we checked in to our departure for delivering a superb experience. Loved the spacious room, food options and overall amenities. Cannot wait for our next visit.
I've been to countless resorts and this was truly the best ever. The grounds are beautiful and the restaurants are fantastic, but the best part of this resort is the employees. I did not encounter one that wasn't completely engaged with the guests. Most the...More
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Response from TheFairmontOrchid, Guest Relations Manager at Fairmont Orchid, HawaiiResponded 3 weeks ago
What a lovely review! Thank you SO much for your very kind comments regarding our staff, we have sent your review to the leadership team and will ensure they see these great comments. We are delighted to hear you enjoyed the stargazing and look...More
The Fairmont Orchid was on outstanding stay. Fantastic room, great pool, outstanding beach - what more could you want? How about fantastic food at Brown's Beach House restaurant, and a great golf course at Mauna Lani next door. A must see on the Big Island.
I’ve stayed at the Fairmont in Sonoma and thought that was awesome but this one was even better. The staff works tirelessly and are so friendly and helpful, they made my conference/vacation seem like a Real vacation. The room was excellent. the beach was outstanding....More
My husband and I were arriving late and we wanted to have a "no worries" stay so we booked the Orchid due to the great reviews and pictures. We wanted to unwind immediately with no risk that is why we paid $700 for a night....More
Response from edesem123 | Reviewed this property |
Since you have a car, another suggestion is to make sure you head north and visit the town of Hawi. The town is worth a visit with it's artisan gift shops, cafés and restaurants. There a are a few good restaurants there... More
Since you have a car, another suggestion is to make sure you head north and visit the town of Hawi. The town is worth a visit with it's artisan gift shops, cafés and restaurants. There a are a few good restaurants there, including Sushi Rock (they also have cooked fish, and an amazing sweet potato cheese cake - sounds yuk but it is delicious!), and a vegan place called Sweet Potato. Also, Merriman's in Waimea is really good and worth a visit. Happy dining!
Response from beachbum52970 | Reviewed this property |
we were there during the July 4th week for a conference. During our 10 days there, the beach was never crowded. The people there were probably guests of the resort so it was mostly private. The beach area is basically a... More
we were there during the July 4th week for a conference. During our 10 days there, the beach was never crowded. The people there were probably guests of the resort so it was mostly private. The beach area is basically a cove so not a lot of waves at all. Great for children. The deepest part of the protected cove area before the ocean is about 15 feet deep. There were plenty of empty beach chairs the whole time we were there. There were about 30 people or even less each time we were there at the beach. I guess a lot of guests also use the pool at the resort so there's plenty of room for everyone.