Kona Hawaiian Village

Member Rating 5 out of 5 by voyageuse on September 24, 2003

Best Things Nearby:
The best beaches in the Kailua Kona area were Honokohau Bay, Holualoa bay and Kahaluu beach (great snorkeling).

Kona's Ali'i drive was great to explore on foot, many restaurants and shops. Free parking across from waterfront row.

Best Things About the Resort:
Our unit was near the swimming pool. The units are huge and very nice. Luxurious amenities. Very artistic island handicraft touches everywhere, from the magnificently hand-carved wood entrance door to the teak patio furniture on the lanai, the Hawaiian quilt bedspread, the rattan placemats, the lovely hand crafted palm fronds waste baskets, the vases with tall bamboo sticks, the unique cabinetry in the kitchen and the armoire in the living area, the bamboo shower doors, and the old style therapeutic bathtub. All gave the unit the feeling of a Polynesian hideaway! There are gas BBQ areas for guests to use, along with beach mats, chairs, floats, etc. all available free of charge.

Resort Experience:
The grounds are nicely landscaped, with many varieties of tropical flowers in bloom everywhere. The numerous cultural activities offered at the resort range from lei making to Hawaiian dancing lessons to Hawaiian language classes, and many more. The staff are very friendly and helpful.

Kona Billfisher
75-5841 Alii Drive
Kona, Hawaii
(808) 329-9277


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