The Big Island resort/hotels: the good & Bad!
Posted 05 October 2006 - 07:00 PM
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Posted 13 February 2007 - 05:31 PM
We stayed in a VIP section I think. I think it was called "gold crown" or something like that. But we had a private conceirge for our floor and they took care of everything for us. There was also a private dining area that served a very nice continental breakfast and mid-afternoon snacks and evening cocktails. It was amazing. Oh and the bathrooms were gorgeous with marble floors, counters and showers. The bed was delightful with white down comforters. Definitely the nicest place I've ever stayed! ....we were soo spoiled there! It was not cheap.....I think almost $500 a night.
They had many onsite activities that ranged from yoga to snorkeling, guided walks, kayaking and a lot more.
Here is a pic of our engagement dinner. It was a private dinner on the shore on the grounds of the Fairmont Orchid.
Posted 21 February 2008 - 06:08 PM
The rest of the week we stayed at the Hapuna Beach Prince (got an awesome deal w/ partial ocean view on Priceline). We would definitely stay there again, the beach is gorgeous, staff was very nice, good food but of course that added up in $$. The room was fairly nice and very spacious. If you ever stay there definitely go early in the morning to reserve one of their poolside cabanas for $45. Comes with a cooler, bottled waters and will be a welcome shade when the sun really starts burning down.
Posted 18 March 2008 - 09:36 AM
each bungalow is stand alone and the location is beautiful. No, its not on the beach but its up in the mountains near the volcano national park.
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