Kona Hawaiian Resort Overview
Kona Hawaiian Village is an authentic resort designed in the style of an 1880s Hawaiian village. Palm thatched roofs, rustic bungalows and paths lie amidst flower and fruit bearing trees, palms and tropical vegetation. It is an easy walk or drive to Kailua-Kona Village, ocean activities and exciting nightlife. West Hawaii is the preferred visitor destination for the Big Island, as it is not as commercial as many others areas of the island. Many activities are available outdoors, such as bike riding, walking, hiking, swimming, snorkeling and more. The weather is warm all year around, not as seasonal as many other areas of the world are. Kailua-Kona is a stopping point for a large number of cruise ships, so there is always something exciting going on at the waterfront. And you can often see spectacular ships anchored in Kailua Bay. Minimum age at check-in is 21. Office hours are from 8am-6pm. There is departure cleaning only.
Big Island is one of the popular destinations of the Hawaiian Islands. The shores of Hawaii are protected on the West side of Hawaii, where it is natural, wonderful and untouched. Here lies Kailua-Kona, which has gained worldwide recognition because it is clean, warm and stunning.