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Hawaii Resorts Big Island

So you have decided on when you would like to take your vacation, found the best possible flight deals and have taken care of all the little extras such as travel insurance – but have you decided on one of the many Hawaii Resorts?

The Big Island has a number of world class resorts, and we have tried to put a few brief descriptions together on the ones that have received a lot of attention. So please read on and familiarise yourself.

Hawaii Resorts: The Big Island’s Treasures

Next up is the stunning Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel which is sited on the same grounds as its sister resort the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel. These super forms of accommodation are generously surrounded by over 1800 acres of beautiful tropical landscape and overlook the beautiful Hapuna Beach.

A short distance away you will find the above mentioned sister hotel called the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel. Sharing the same remarkable grounds as the Hapuna, guests can expect to encounter the same high quality service and a very much more family orientated atmosphere. This Hawaii resort prides itself on its long standing return business a true testament of customer satisfaction!

Third on our Hawaii resorts list is the quaintly modern Mauna Lani Bay Hotel located just thirty minutes from the Kona Airport. Key features include the two championship golf courses, the comfortable rooms, private balconies and of course the many activities on offer – from sailing to tennis.

The Waikoloa Beach Marriott can be found on the Kohala Coast, which is on the drier part of the island. What strikes most guests is the “super charged” pool area which comes complete with water slides, jet pools, a sandy bottom pool and a large family pool. Other attractive qualities include the well equipped and comfortable guest rooms and the private balcony areas.

Last but not least is the Hilton Waikoloa Village. As far a Hawaiian resorts go this one is five star all the way! Spread over more than sixty acres the Village is right on the seafront and is comprised of three separate towers that house the 1240 guestrooms. Some unique features include the canal boats which are used to ferry quests around the premises and the dolphin pool where guests get a very surreal encounter with our “flippered” friends.

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