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A tree for shade, sand, tide pools to explore, a canoe house (hale) covering a koa canoe nearby, and a friendly turtle (honu) who feeds here are all part of what could be a perfect day. Full review →
Dramatic resort-estate in a beachfront setting on the Kohala Coast. Full review →
Built atop a lava flow, this eco-friendly resort is famed for its sea turtle rehabilitation program. Full review →
The rooms here are large and all but 27 have ocean views. Every room has a lānai (veranda), air-conditioning, robes, coffee, and other high-end touches.
Popular with honeymooners and anniversary couples for decades, this elegant Kohala Coast classic is still one of the most beautiful resorts on the island. Full review →
After a $30-million renovation that wrapped up in late 2013, the posh guest rooms once again gleam with understated elegance. Full review →
Even if you weren't familiar with this hotel's longstanding reputation for quality service and unforgettable surroundings, you'd be impressed the minute you walked through the door. Full review →
Big resort perks with a small resort heart, including two golf courses, a turtle sanctuary and a Hawaiian-inspired spa. Full review →
The Mauna Lani has a loyal clientele for its unfussy vibe and commitment to Hawaiian cultural stewardship. Full review →
This beautiful luxury beach resort on the Kohala Coast is chock-full of excellent features: top-rated dining, golfing, tennis, fitness training, and spa experiences. Full review →
The breezy arrow-shaped Mauna Lani Bay Hotel points seaward from a white sand promontory within view of three volcanoes. Full review →
-room eco-friendly hotel and five bungalows constructed on a 16th-century lava flow, currently the nesting ground for endangered sea turtles thanks to the hotel's rehabilitation program Full review →
4.5 Star Hotel maunalani.com