Wyndham Mauna Loa Village

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

78-7190 Kaleiopapa Street, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, 96740, United States
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Hard Rock cafe

by djeanb

I heard the Hard Rock Cafe has been closed down due to the economy, is this true?
Donna

Re: Hard Rock cafe

by travelgourmet

The Hard Rock Cafe at the Coconut Grove Marketplace in Kona lost their lease on July 21.2008 and shut their doors. Still in Honolulu and Maui. See Hard Rock Location list at website: http://www.hardrock.com/locations/cafes3/

Travel Tips for Kailua-Kona

Watching the Snorkelers

by sarams

I didn't snorkel myself, but it was even fun to watch other people snorkeling at Kahalu'u Beach. It seems there were almost always snorkelers there. The bright blue water was quite enjoyable to look at.

A Crabby Experience

by sarams

As I was wandering along the beach near my hotel, I was stepping from rock to rock, looking for fish and sea turtles to photograph. In addition to these, I noticed a crab on one of the rocks It was one of the largest crabs I had seen: about 6 inches across. I was wondering if he would stay still enough to photograph; fortunately he complied. It was a good thing I wasn't wading, or I would have been in for a surprise!

Kailua-Kona Tip

by smoox

Anaehoomalu Bay is one of those oases. Somehow the lava spared this lovely spot. There have always been fresh water springs, and the ancient Hawaiians used to keep fish here (ancient equivalent to a fridge?). Never before have I seen such beautiful sunsets as here on the beach in Anaehoomalu Bay.

NEVER wear an Aloha (Hawaiian...

by mysie

NEVER wear an Aloha (Hawaiian print) shirt out at night - you will stick out like a sore thumb. This is pretty true for daytime, too. Keep those things folded up till you get home! If you really feel the need, a subdued, dark-on-dark pattern is usually ok. Most locals will change their shorts into jeans for nighttime, and that's about it.

Best Snorkling

by derats

Kahaluu Beach Park -- This is the most popular beach on the Kona Coast; these reef-protected lagoons attract 1,000 people a day almost year-round. Kahaluu is the best all-around beach on Alii Drive, with coconut trees lining a narrow salt-and-pepper sand shore that gently slopes to turquoise pools. The schools of brilliantly colored tropical fish that weave in and out of the well-established reef make this a great place to snorkel. It's also an ideal spot for children and beginning snorkelers to get their fins wet; the water is so shallow that you can just stand up if you feel uncomfortable. Be careful in winter, though: The placid waters become turbulent, and there's a rip current when high surf rolls in; look for the lifeguard warnings.

Kahaluu isn't the biggest beach on the island, but it's one of the best equipped, with off-road parking, beach-gear rentals, a covered pavilion, and a food concession. It gets crowded, so come early to stake out a spot.

Snorkeling at Kahalu'u Beach Park is the best in all of the state of Hawaii. Over 200 species of sea life are regularly observed and easily accessible. If you don't have your own gear for snorkling. There is gear available at the beach, or see Snorkel Bob on Alii Dr. for gear and special environmentally correct fish food (no frozen peas, please!).

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Address: 78-7190 Kaleiopapa Street, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, 96740, United States