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Royal Kona Resort - Kailua-kona Hotels

Royal Kona Resort

75-5852 Alii Dr, Kailua-kona - Map
3.9 out of 5 (2,759 reviews)
Four Seasons Resort Hualalai at Historic Ka'upulehu - Kailua-Kona Hotels

Four Seasons Resort Hualalai at Historic Ka'upulehu

72-100 Ka'upulehu Drive, Kailua-Kona - Map
4.8 out of 5 (112 reviews)
Kilauea Hospitality Group - Volcano Hotels

Kilauea Hospitality Group

19-4178 Wright Road, Volcano - Map
4.0 out of 5 (96 reviews)
Mauna Lani Bay Hotel and Bungalows - Kamuela Hotels

Mauna Lani Bay Hotel and Bungalows

68-1400 Mauna Lani Dr, Kamuela - Map
4.7 out of 5 (792 reviews)
Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel - Kamuela Hotels

Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel

62 100 Kaunaoa Dr, Kamuela - Map
4.5 out of 5 (1,133 reviews)
Kilauea Lodge - Volcano Hotels

Kilauea Lodge

19-3948 Old Volcano Road, Volcano - Map
Aston Kona by the Sea - Kailua-Kona Hotels

Aston Kona by the Sea

75-6106 Alii Dr, Kailua-Kona - Map
"Great location facilities and staff"
Father and son on an adventure holiday together. Aston was great because we had a 2 bedroom apartment which was very comfortable and lovely view of the ocean. Self catering really helps save on the holiday budget. Great bbq facilities. Located near town Centre but far enough to be quiet. A tremendous stay.
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The Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii - Kamuela Hotels

The Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii

1 N Kaniku Drive Kohala, Kamuela - Map
4.6 out of 5 (894 reviews)
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Kailua-Kona - Kailua-Kona Hotels

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Kailua-Kona

75-146 Sarona Ln, Kailua-Kona - Map
4.5 out of 5 (132 reviews)
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Pahala Plantation Cottages - Pahala Hotels

Pahala Plantation Cottages

96-3208 Maile Street, Pahala - Map
3.9 out of 5 (56 reviews)

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    Pocket Guide: Hawaii

    To avoid confusion with the name of the entire state, the island of Hawaii is called "Hawaii’s Big Island"… a bit confusing at first, perhaps, but the name is extremely apt. In fact, bigger than all the other Hawaiian islands combined, Hawaii’s Big Island encompasses 11 of the world’s 13 climatic zones within it’s shores.

    With such a varied landscape, it’s certainly clear that there is a lot to do on the island; so use our range of Big Island Hawaii hotels as the perfect base to plan your next trip. There is so much to do and see on the Big Island. Home to several ancient Hawaiian temples, the island is the perfect place to learn about Hawaiian history. Or, for the more adrenalin-motivated, perhaps a trip to explore the Kileaua Volcano – the world’s most active volcano – is more up your alley. Or for something more unexpected in Hawaii, visit a cattle ranch and meet up with the paniolo (Hawaiian cowboys). Hawaii’s Big Island really is an island of surprises. All of this excitement is within easy reach of our Hawaii Big Island hotels.

    For those who are after something more relaxed, however, the island is also a perfect haven for retreat. From the sun-dappled sands of Spencer Beach Park, you’ll hear nothing but the soothing sounds of birds chirping and waves lapping the shore. Whatever you’re after, Hawaii’s Big Island is sure to have something for everyone. So go on… browse through our range of Hawaii Big Island hotels below, and pick out the base for your perfect getaway now!

    Nature at its most incredible

    One of Hawaii's most impressive sites is Kilauea Volcano, one of the world's most active volcanoes. It erupted in January 1983 and has been continuously flowing ever since. By January 2000, it had added 506 acres of land to Kilauea's southern shore. You might imagine that humans are prohibited in this volatile landscape, but actually it's possible to hike through the lush rainforest nearby and experience vents spewing steam, walk-through lava tubes, and newly created land.

    Being situated in the Pacific Ocean has its perks. Humpback whales migrate from Alaskan feeding grounds every winter to holiday in the warm waters surrounding Hawaii. If you're lucky, you might see a frolicking whale leap out of the water during one of many whale-watching catamaran cruises. Equally, dolphins seem to love Hawaiian water, and glass bottom cruises are the ideal way to view these intelligent animals in their natural habitat.

    The islands are also home to some of the biggest waves on earth. Waves at Jaws Beach on Maui can reach heights of 70 feet and move at 30 miles per hour. For this reason, it has become something of a mecca for experienced surfers the world over.

    For people who like their sea slightly less choppy, Hawaii also has some of the world's most beautiful snorkelling spots. Molokini, for example, has the clearest water in Hawaii, with visibility often at 200 feet, and is teeming with vibrant aquatic life.

    From the air, a helicopter ride along the Kohala Coast explores stunning sea cliffs opening into the majestic valleys of the Kohala Mountains. Much of Hawaii is not accessible by foot, but a helicopter ride offers an unparalleled vantage above untouched landscape.

    Cultural embrace

    The culture of the native Hawaiian people has been enjoying a proud rebirth. The best way to experience this cultural uprising is at a Polynesian Luau, where the history, music, and dance of Hawaii are celebrated by women in grass skirts, men with face paint, and crowds of fire dancers.

    Of course, Hawaii had a major part to play in the Second World War, and the USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbour pays tribute to the men and women who lost their lives on December 7, 1941.

    Be it on land, in the ocean, or from the air, the true power and beauty of nature reveals itself in Hawaii. But while its volcanoes bubble and its waves roar, the people of these islands are able to relax, smile, and enjoy the finer things in life. And when you visit, they'll encourage you to do the same. Hide