Hotel Features. The CanoeHouse features ocean views and is open for dinner daily. Bay Terrace offers daily breakfasts in its open-air, garden dining room. Conference rooms, a business center and wireless Internet access are provided. The Fire & Ice spa features specialty services including the Opu Huli, Lomilomi Hula and Pohaku Pa'a treatments. Carefully preserved ancient Hawaiian fishponds, petroglyphs, archaeological sites and marine life, including green sea turtles and tropical fish, punctuate this Big Island resort. Two on-site, 18-hole golf courses are built around the lava formations. A fitness center is available, as are historic and fish-feeding tours, water sports, nearby horseback riding, and a children's camp.
Guestrooms. Renovated March 2010, all guestrooms feature private lanais and tropical-inspired decor. Bathrooms contain dual marble sinks, make-up mirrors, bathrobes, slippers, and designer toiletries. Furnishings include a couch, desk and chairs, and a coffee table. Rooms also feature coffeemakers with Kona coffee and minibars. Complimentary wireless and high-speed wired Internet access are provided, as is a 32-inch LCD television.
Expert Tip. This unique property is the only locale where the five surrounding Hawaiian mountain peaks, Kaleakala, Hualalai, Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa and the Kohala Mountains, can be viewed.