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Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort and Spa

Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort and Spa, Big Island (Hawaii), Hawaii

Situated in the glamorous Waikoloa complex, the Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort and Spa is a large yet relaxing hotel; boasting vast gardens with quaint water features. It sits on a lovely part of the Anaeho'omalu Bay; which has soft white sands and ideal waters for swimming and other water sports; with kayaking, snorkelling, hydrobiking and boogie boarding all offered.

Within the resort's grounds are an infinity pool, whirlpool and children's pool, as well as the Mandara Spa and a fitness centre. A wide range of activities are offered to keep guests entertained; including ukulele lessons, lei making, petroglyph walking tours and hula dance classes; with the Waikoloa Kings' Golf Course less than one kilometre away.

There are three places to eat onsite - the Hawaii Calls Restaurant & Lounge; which is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the Sunset Luau; which is open for dinner, and the Kona Coffee Shop; which is open for breakfast. There are also a multitude of restaurants and bars to choose from in the wider Waikoloa Beach Resort area; with menus catering to all tastes. Guests staying at the hotel can also enjoy regular music concerts, live dance performances, comedy nights and fashion shows. For a more authentic Hawaiian experience, the twice weekly sunset luau showcases traditional Hawaiian food, dances and music.   

The pleasantly decorated rooms and suites all feature a private balcony offering views of the ocean, gardens or pool; and are well equipped with air conditioning, a safe, coffee/tea maker, mini bar, hairdryer, telephones, Wi-Fi access and a cable TV.

Our rating: Medium

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