Beautiful 15-acre grounds with lots of pretty walkways leading to beach
Located next to two championship golf courses, which guests can use
Pricey on-site dining
No Wi-Fi in rooms
This upscale 533-room resort is perched on Anaehoomalu Bay on the Kohala coast, offering on-site beach access, lovely grounds with winding paths and fish ponds, and two pools. Rooms are big and stylish, but they lack Wi-Fi, and bathrooms are typically on the small side. The location -- next to two championship golf courses, and within walking distance of shops and restaurants -- is convenient, especially since guests may be inclined to skip the pricey, mediocre on-site dining.
On Anaehoomalu Bay on the Kohala coast, with some of the Big Island's best sunsets and snorkeling
This Marriott resort rests on Anaehoomalu Bay, which has a beautiful beach that is, typically, not very busy. It's part of the Big Island's northwestern Kohala coast, where ancient sites coexist with luxury resorts and renowned golf courses. This area is also known for its snorkeling, sunsets, and fish ponds.
The Big Island is packed with natural wonders, including active volcanoes, where visitors can still see lava flows, white-sand, black-sand, and even green-sand (!) beaches, cascading waterfalls, and rainforests. It's by far the largest of the Hawaiian islands, so be prepared to drive to experience some of the top attractions.
30-minute drive from Kona International Airport
2-hour drive from Hilo International Airport
2-minute walk to restaurants like Merriman's Market Café, Big Island Steakhouse, Island Fish & Chips, and Sansei Seafood Restaurant
5-minute walk to Queens' Marketplace
8-minute walk to the Waikiloa Petroglyph Reserve, where you can see ancient Hawaiian rock carvings
11-minute walk to Waikoloa Golf Course Beach Course
13-minute walk to Hilton Waikoloa Village golf course
15-minute drive to Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area, one of the island's top beaches
18-minute drive to the Pu'ukohola Heiau National Historic Site
33-minute drive to Waimea
36-minute drive to Kailua-Kona
1-hour-40-minute drive to Akaka Falls State Park, home to the 442-foot Akaka Falls and the 100-foot Kahuna Falls
2-hour drive to Mauna Kea Observatories (at the summit)
3-hour-50-minute drive to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, home to the island's most popular volcanoes
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