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Kona Village Resort: Bungalow Land

Kona Village occupies the North Beach in this former village of Kaupulehu. Kona Village, while not as pricey as FSR, is still quite expensive for the bargin traveler. They offer accomidation based on their room types. This is not a traditional hotel, its similar to FSR in the way that they're all bungalow style and private. The setting is a bit more rustic if you want to go that way.

Kona Village has a celebration they run every Friday called "Aha'aina" which is a Polynesian Lu'au show. For 26 years they have made it a part of their festivities, stop on in!

Price Ranges from $530 - $940 per night

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Food and Dining, Luxury Travel
  • Written December 20, 2005

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Four Seasons Resort Hualalai: Number 1 Rated in Travel Leisure!

I work here! So I'm going to give my promotional skills a shot. We offer several activities and amenities to our guests. Our main focus is you, the guest! Our services cater to all ages from our Kids for All Seasons program, Hale Kula Teen Center, to two spectacular golf courses and a knowledgable concierge staff. There isn't any legitimate request that we turn down and if we don't have it, we'll find it! We have a 24 hour operation running which means we are at your service upon request no matter what time of day. We operate as a medium sized luxury resort meaning we can put more of the focus on your stay.

Prices range from about $700USD to $2,000USD per night
about $8,000 for three nights in our Presidential Villa (Three bedroom suite equiped with all home feel.)

Our resort offers fine dining at world famous Pahu I'a Restaurant. While you wait for your table, try the Lava Lounge above Pahu I'a for some pupus and drinks, open until 11:30pm. Pahu I'a offers breakfast and dinner daily. Want a light lunch or hearty dinner? Visit Beach Tree Bar and Grille for your needs. Our sister Hualalai Resort offers dining at the Hualalai Grille by Alan Wong, open for lunch, dinner, and drinks daily.

The resort area is located far from the stresses of town and offers a variety of leisurely activities. Register at the world class Spa for a treatment you won't forget. Take a stroll on into the Cultural Center and learn of the ancient ways. Hold your next business function or wedding with us in our large facilities. We also have a large sound stage and amphitheater (Hoku "Star" Theater). The resort has five swimming pools and one special for the kids. Make your next stay with us, you will have a most memorable experience!! Most of all, you'll find yourself immersed in a peaceful atmosphere with our personalized service. We make it a point to know your name.

  • Opinion of Price: most expensive
  • Related to: Kayaking, Spa and Resort, Business Travel
  • Written October 16, 2005
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