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kona village hawaii

There are 150 individual suites (or hales) here, each paying homage to the resort’s legacy by weaving in artisanal Hawaiian touches with modern finishes. Choose from a collection of one to four-bedroom configurations, each offering stunning views of the gardens, lagoon, mountains, or the ocean. Inside/outside living is naturally a theme here, with the interiors blurring the boundary between the two, courtesy of carefully selected natural materials, custom furnishings, and expansive private lanais.

As with the rest of Kona Village, the leisure facilities have been revamped, with a fitness centre, multiple pools, and tennis courts. There’s also world-class wellness – housed in Asaya Spa – that spotlights time-honoured practises and local ingredients, channelling the healing powers of the earth. Built into the black lava flow with views of the volcano, the six treatment rooms have retractable walls so guests can enjoy the island breeze whilst unwinding.

Dining at Kona Village is excellent, with a diverse culinary offering meaning there’s something for everyone. As is common in Hawaii, dishes are made up of fresh ingredients locally grown and lots of seafood. There’s Moana restaurant serving Pacific Rim-to-table cuisine, while Kahuwai Cookhouse and Market offers simple, nourishing food all day. Two icons from the resort’s past – Shipwreck Bar and Talk Story Bar – have been lovingly restored, and offer incredible cocktails paired with equally incredible views.


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