The hotel is very nice for the price. Rooms were comfortable and roomy. Great beach and snorkeling. Nice basic pool, nothing too fancy. It would have been nice to have a few more dining option on site. Also, the restaurants and bars close very early. There was no option for friends to gather after dinner.
Traveller from Philadelphia
Mauna Lani Bay Hotel and Bungalows is in Waikoloa on the Kohala Coast, a 5-minute drive from Puako Petroglyph Park and 15 …More
Great service, kind staff, pool was nice they also have bbq for you to cook on. The beds we're pretty comfortable, you also have a great view of the golf course and can watch turkeys timing around which my kids loved. There is a store very close and convenient for any lady minute items you need as well as a wonderful coffee shop. The location was also great for our needs. I would definitely recommend this place to others and hope to be back in the near future
Located 7 miles inland on the spectacular Kohala Coast, this resort is adjacent to Waikoloa Village Golf Course and shopping …More
The hotel is beautiful with so many things to do. There are large sea turtles and many colorful fish to watch in the lagoon. There are Dolphins to observe at Dolphin Quest. There are many different kinds of birds. There are activities like hula and yukele lessons, as well as, lei making. There are talks on Hawaiian culture. There are water slides and snorkeling. There is beautiful oriental art and statuary everywhere. There are lounges by the water for wave watching. There is a tram and boat ride to get around. We went the middle of November and crowds were minimal. We were able to enjoy all the amenities.
Traveller from Phoenix, Az
Situated on the beach, this resort is within a 15-minute walk of Dolphin Quest and Seaside Putting Course. Kings Shops and …More
Such great staff, beach access was horrible due to the construction and the daily noise due to construction but the hotel is nice I am sure it will be beautiful when it’s all done but we don’t know we weren’t able to use anything other than the beach and some room service as well as a host breakfast bar we had a good time thanks to the highly attentive staff and great beach
Traveller from california
Part of the 1,839-acre Mauna Kea Resort on the Kohala Coast of Hawaii's Big Island, Hapuna Beach Resort is flanked by 2 golf …More
After landing in Kona, We did the usual stock up on supplies because as usual the hotel was no were near a store . Then we checked in to Fairway Villas Waikoloa and was immediately amazed . This is how a restful retreat is supposed to look like . Spacious rooms and all the comforts of home . Not to mention that if you need supplies , ie Food and drink . They are a walk away. It’s perfect .. And yes there is a quiet time 10-8 pm ..
Traveller from California
Located on the Big Island's Kohala Coast, 1 half-mile from Anaehoomalu Beach, these townhouses are close to 2 18-hole golf …More
Absolutely stunning property. The luau was a fantastic experience as was all of their other dining options. Loved being able to chose between taking the tram or the boat up to the palace tower where we were staying. Tropical fish and sea turtles in the swimming lagoon! Perfect spot to watch the sunset. No bad view from anywhere on the property. Only 10 minutes from the state beach. Couldn’t have asked for a better vacation. We will definitely be back!
Traveller from Boston
This 7-story Waikoloa beachfront hotel located on an island is adjacent to two golf courses and within a 5-minute drive of …More
We were unhappy looking onto the parking lot initially. They gave us a great rate on an upgrade to a golf course view. Goats cats and lots of birds around. Quiet wonderful way to spend the mornings. Beach close by as well as shopping and restaurants. Great stay overall
Traveller from Nanaimo
This family-friendly Waikoloa hotel is located by the ocean, within a 15-minute walk of Waikoloa Kings Golf Course and …More
Luxury resorts, sprawling golf courses, and white sands line the Kohala Coast – Waikoloa. Hawaii’s sunniest coast is a must-go for beachgoers. It is also known as the cradle to King Kamehameha, Hawaii’s greatest king. His influence can be seen at the nearby Pu’ukohola Heiau National Historic Site, where visitors can see the temple of war he built before unifying the Hawaiian Islands.